Mera's Pregnancy Encounters Complications in Aquaman #57 [Preview]

The Aquababy is coming! Well, at least that's the plan. But in this preview of Aquaman #57, out next week from DC Comics by Kelly Sue DeConnick, Robson Rocha, and Daniel Henriques, things don't always go according to plan.

Mera's Pregnancies Encounters Complications in Aquaman #57 [Preview]

 

Mera's Pregnancies Encounters Complications in Aquaman #57 [Preview]

As Mera collapses after battling Black Manta…

Mera's Pregnancies Encounters Complications in Aquaman #57 [Preview]

She needs medical attention, but there's just one problem…

Mera's Pregnancies Encounters Complications in Aquaman #57 [Preview]

Since Bernie Sanders hasn't become president yet, there isn't any Medicare for All. And sorry, Aquaman, but the insurance company isn't going to take seashells to pay your premium and copays!

Mera's Pregnancies Encounters Complications in Aquaman #57 [Preview]

So Aquaman and Mera are left with no choice but to head back to Atlantis where health care is a right for all underwater citizens.

Mera's Pregnancies Encounters Complications in Aquaman #57 [Preview]

Thanks, Aqua-Bernie Sanders!

Mera's Pregnancies Encounters Complications in Aquaman #57 [Preview]

Aquaman #57 hits stores on Wednesday.

AQUAMAN #57
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(W) Kelly Sue DeConnick (A/CA) Robson Rocha, Daniel Henriques
In this issue, Mera and Aquaman welcome their very own Aquababy! In the wake of Black Manta's attack on Amnesty Bay, Aquaman encounters a new crisis when Mera unexpectedly goes into labor…and things don't look good for the queen of Atlantis. Don't miss this historic, emotional issue that kicks off a bold new era for Aquaman!
In Shops: Feb 19, 2020
SRP: $3.99

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