Which one do you mean? The 1940's one, the Super Friends one, the Peter David "Orin" Aquaman? The harpoon hand / gladiator one (also Peter David's)? The water hand one? Or how about the "Mercy Reef" TV series one? I would surmise Geoff Johns' favourite is the Super Friends version, because that's about his era of comics history, but he might also splice in some of the 60's cartoon series, with a new Topo and a de aged Garth. If this "Aquaman: Rebirth" ever happens. And doesn't look like it ever will.
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