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This fact alone gives any Aquaman movie a serious advantage that, with the proper marketing (see Guardians for just how to do that…) could really be capitalised on.
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Done well, an Aquaman movie could surpass all expectations.
It’s Not the Justice League Without Him
There’s no doubt about this: the Justice League doesn’t feel like the Justice League without Aquaman. Every time the character has been absent from the group in a run of books, the group has felt like another team; Aquaman is integral.
And there’s a great reason for it: Aquaman is the hot head of the group – the warrior who will do whatever it takes to seek justice, vengeance or retribution.
He’s neither as altruistic as Clark Kent nor as cool, calculated and pragmatic as Bruce Wayne. He provides conflict and questioning; he butts up against the Justice League from within the Justice League itself.
Not only that, he has a hell of a spark with Diana, Wonder Woman, that the other strong male Justice League members are envious of.
Like Batman, he has a loyalty to his kingdom over and above any loyalty to the League but importantly from a business perspective, Aquaman is also expendable…
I’m undoubtedly not directly comparing the two, but we all saw how much of a galvanising force the death of Phil Coulson was for The Avengers, Arthur Curry could easily fulfil a very similar role for the Justice League.
Built up as an integral member of the team over the course of a few films, only to have the life ripped from him in a dramatic and meaningful manner, Arthur’s death would matter to the League.
This angle was utilised to great effect during the “Our Worlds at War” saga in print, yet on the business end, the League could do without him on screen whilst his absence wouldn’t really compromise the lure of audiences looking to see ‘the big three’ on screen.
Aquaman is a character that benefits from strong writing and a serious attitude: applied confidently to a movie treatment, the character could well prove to be DC’s unexpected ace in the hole.