Justice League Updates: New Image of Jason Momoa as Aquaman With Trident Revealed in Fan Art
Since last month we have come across various character details on our Justice League superheroes from the movie. Hardcore fans have also been working hard at creating art forms of The Flash, Superman, Commissioner Gordon and many others based on the description shared by the production team. But what about Jason Momoa’s Aquaman?Advertisement
In DC Comics and the animated version, Aquaman has unfortunately been an underrated superhero. Although the character has a gripping story line as the king of Atlantis, for reasons unknown, he hasn’t been able to compete with the likes of Superman, Batman and other DC superheroes.
While Aquaman may have failed at appealing to the masses in DC Comics, DCEU’s decision to cast Jason Momoa for the role might be the best decision by the studio by far.
Since his first appearance in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, fans have been on their tiptoes waiting for more news on Jason Momoa as Aquaman. Fortunately, a fan has created a digital art of Aquaman based on the description from his first look.
We came across the image thanks to redditor speculumfight. You can check out the image below on the Twitter feed. The image reveals Jason Momoa as Aquaman, holding his trident in deep water. Unfortunately, we currently aren’t aware of the artist who created the image.
We can expect DCEU to share some details on Aquaman during their presence at San Diego Comic-con this year. Justice League movie will be released on November 17th, 2017
In other news, we came across a new theory on Superman and Darkseid in Justice League movie. If true, the mighty strength of Aquaman is more necessary than just the wit of Batman. There have also been speculations on the appearance of Green Lantern in the movie.
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