There are some other decent potential personalities for Aquaman - I was intrigued when Morrison tried to get a "Clint Eastwood" Aquaman going around the time of "Final Crisis" (we get to see a panel of him that was meant to be a teaser for his return) - and found his story in "Brightest Night" by far the best.
However, yes, AquaHerc is pretty darn enticing. I know when I story post in the Fantasy Leagues it's been hard to not keep hearing that voice or writing him in that style. I may finally break down and do so next season. (Now that the Trinity are regaining their identities - I had them "regressed by the Time Trapper" to explain why I only had access to their secret ID's (the AE's) - I have the commanding role filled by Batman so Arthur doesn't need to stick with it. I think the Time Trapper regression may be a perfect excuse too as to why Arthur is acting different; he's just "growing up with a new personality" this time. )
Still not giving up on Someday. "Nobody important? That's amazing. You know, in 900 years of traveling time and space I've never met someone who wasn't important."
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I do really love Brave and The Bold Aquaman. He's the best part of the show.
And I totally agree on the comic and Herc thing. I've read Hercules since his redebut on the Frank Tieri labors series, and haven't missed any since. He's just a fun character, and his bromance with Amadeus Cho was a thing of legend.