Should you not get the reference in this issue, please hang your head in shame. Following said shaming, go out and rent Monty Python’s Holy Grail (or however you kids get your movies nowadays).
I’ve definitely been enjoying Brightest Day, but come on, hasn’t Aquaman gone through enough?
Today’s Aqua Page was done by Mauro Vargas:
Mauro Vargas was born in Bariloche, Argentina. At the age of 17, he began studying film-making in Buenos Aires, while also indulging his passion for drawing comics. He went on to make a number of short films, before turning his back on a film-making career to concentrate on freelance artwork for several art studios in La Plata city. Much of this work involved drawing and inking for children’s stories, comics and storyboards. Nowadays, he devotes the majority of his time to writing and drawing personal projects, always doing his best to make his stories as good as they can possibly be. At the moment, his projects range from a graphic novel to a film idea.
Have a great weekend, folks, and we’ll see you back here on Monday.