Aquaman and the Justice League crossover this fall for DC Comic’s Drowned Earth event

Things won't be calm for the League this November as they try to deal with ancient sea gods, aliens, the flooding of the Earth and more.

Justice League - Aquaman Drowned Earth Featured

Following the events of Wonder Woman and Justice League Dark: The Witching Hour in October, another portion of the Justice League will have to deal with another world-altering threat.

As announced by DC, James Tynion IV (writer for Wonder Woman and Justice League Dark: The Witching Hour) joins Justice League writer Scott Snyder, artists Howard Porter, Francis Manapul and Frazer Irving as well as the Aquaman creative team of Dan Abnett & Lan Medina for Justice League: Drowned Earth. This event will pit the heroes against ancient sea gods, an army of alien mercenaries, secrets from Aquaman’s past as well as a plot to flood the entire Earth & turn people into aquatic monsters.

The story kicks off in Justice League/Aquaman: Drowned Earth #1 followed by Justice League #11, Justice League #12, Aquaman #42 and Aquaman/Justice League: Drowned Earth #1 for the conclusion.

Check out the covers and issue information below:

Justice League - Aquaman Drowned Earth

The saga begins with JUSTICE LEAGUE/AQUAMAN: DROWNED EARTH #1 by Tynion IV and Porter, on sale October 31. This 48-page one-shot introduces the Ocean Lords–ancient and powerful deities with an axe to grind against both Aquaman and Wonder Woman and a plan to flood the world. As the rest of the League races to stop the waters from rising, Arthur faces off against his nemesis Black Manta in a must-win battle if he is to retain his connection to the world’s oceans.

Justice League 11

The action continues November 7 in JUSTICE LEAGUE #11, written by Snyder with art by Manapul. Pursued by the Ocean Lords and their army of alien warriors and at risk of turning into inhuman fish monsters, the League is scattered across the seven seas. A crippled Aquaman believes he holds the key to victory, but it would mean unleashing a different revenge-driven god upon Earth’s oceans. Meanwhile, remember the Totality, that rogue piece of the Source Wall that’s been bouncing around? Well, a certain Dark Knight has been guarding it in a now-sunken Hall of Justice. He seems to think that no one can attack him there, but that might not be exactly true…

Justice League 12

JUSTICE LEAGUE #12 opens the third part of Drowned Earth on November 21, with Tynion stepping as writer and featuring art by Frazer Irving. This promises to be one of the craziest fights in comics as a bed-ridden Batman, complete with full body cast, takes on the Legion of Doom – The Joker, Lex Luthor, Gorilla Grodd and Sinestro! Meanwhile, Aquaman crosses tridents with Poseidon and Mera discovers an ancient secret that could change the fate of Atlantis, if not the entire planet!

Aquaman 42

November 21 also showcases Abnett and Medina’s AQUAMAN #42, a tie-in story where Aquaman and Wonder Woman have discovered the secret to turning the tide against the Ocean Lords in the mysterious Graveyard of Gods. However, Arthur begins to think that the League may be fighting the wrong foe when he learns a startling secret about Atlantis. Arthur must join forces with Mera and confront the Ocean Lords with this newfound knowledge and learn the truth before the flood changes all life on Earth!

Aquaman - Justice League Drowned Earth

The Drowned Earth event reaches its conclusion on November 28 in the 48-page AQUAMAN/JUSTICE LEAGUE: DROWNED EARTH #1. In this blockbuster finale, Aquaman must find a way to reclaim the power of his birthright or watch the rising tides drown and corrupt everything that he holds dear. With the Justice League on the ropes and the fate of the world at stake, Arthur may have to make the ultimate sacrifice to restore balance to the land and the seas!


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