Stand Aside Aquaman, Queen Mera's Getting Her Own Comic Series

All hail the queen. More than 50 years after her debut, Mera is finally getting her own comic book series.

Image: DC Comics

Mera: Queen of Atlantis is a six-issue limited series written by Dan Abnett (War of Kings, Guardians of the Galaxy) with art by Lan Medina (Fables, Mutant X). It takes places during the events of the current Aquaman storyline, which finds Atlantis in the midst of a civil war after Arthur Curry was kicked off the throne. He's currently believed to be dead, although we know better.

Mera, the newly anointed queen in exile and Justice League member, is struggling to keep the peace between Atlantis and the surface world. Meanwhile, Aquaman's brother Orm, the Ocean Master, is working on his plans to return to Atlantis as its king.

It's kind of surprising that Mera has been around for over 50 years, having made her debut in 1963's Aquaman #11, and yet she's never gotten her own solo series before. But now seems as good a time as any, as Amber Heard will be playing the character in Justice League and the upcoming Aquaman film. Unfortunately, we have to wait a little longer than Justice League for this series to come out. It's scheduled to be released February 28.

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    Neat. The character looks cool. Interesting though that Comics really aren't my thing but I love the look of the character/art here so my interest in peaked. I'll keep it on my radar.

    I look forward to the day where women will be drawn normally, but that'll never happen..

      I look forward to the day when people understand that there are women that look like this. If you’re constantly in combat you would be sleek and lean. Just because she’s attractive doesn’t mean her body type doesn’t exist.

        Was more talking about the unrealistic clothing that's almost literally on every single female character in comics.

      And what do you consider “normal”?

        Shirts with boob pockets that were vacuum sealed to her body to me is not normal.

          Personally Ive always appreciated how realistic the men have been dressed. Such a shame its just the female characters portrayed in an unrealistic fashion. EVERYONES A DISGUSTING SEXIST!!!!!!

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