Aquaman: King of Atlantis, a three-episode animated miniseries, premiered on HBO Max last year. Fans will now be able to purchase the series, which includes three episodes totaling more than forty minutes, to form one action-packed and entertaining feature-length animated picture. On April 26, Aquaman: King of Atlantis will be released on digital and DVD.
The film Aquaman: King of Atlantis is a reinterpretation of the underwater superhero. The miniseries provide an original narrative about the character’s first days as the new ruler of Atlantis’ underwater capital. The series follows Aquaman and his two royal counselors, Vulko and Mera, as they labor together to preserve Atlantis from perils both above and below the surface of the water, as well as everything in between. Aquaman must overcome these obstacles and demonstrate to everyone that he is the true ruler of Atlantis.
The box art for the series DVD release showcases the series’ bright graphical style. The series’ version of the aquatic hero appears to be exceedingly powerful in the artwork, holding open the jaws of a sea monster while other frightening-looking water creatures swarm around him. However, the series’ highly whimsical side may be observed in the box art as a small crab swinging on the hero’s beard.
Cooper Andrews (The Walking Dead, Shazam!) voices the titular character, Thomas Lennon (Reno 911!) as the scholar Vulko, Mera the warrior princess, and Dana Snyder (Aqua Teen Hunger Force) as Ocean Master, Aquaman’s wicked half brother who seeks to usurp the throne. Andrew Morgado, Flula Borg, Kimberly Brooks, Kevin Michael Richardson, Robbie Daymond, and many more provide their voices to Aquaman: King of Atlantis.
The project’s showrunners and co-executive producers were Victor Courtright (ThunderCats Roar!) and Marly Halpern-Graser. Courtright and Halpern-Graser also collaborated on the narrative for Aquaman: King of Atlantis, with Bryan Condon (ThunderCats Roar!), Halpern-Graser, and Laura Sreebny (She-Ra and the Princesses of Power) co-writing the actual scripts for the series. Keith Pakiz directed each of the three episodes (ThunderCats Roar).
Warner Bros. Animation produces Aquaman: King of Atlantis, while James Wan, the director of the current live-action Aquaman film starring Jason Momoa, acts as an executive producer on the miniseries through his production company, Atomic Monster. Michael Clear, Rob Hackett, and Sam Register are also executive producers on the show.On April 26th, Aquaman: King of Atlantis will have DVD and digital version. Take a look at the colorful box cover for the DVD release below: