“Aquaman” is the king of Atlantis and the box office. The latest DC Comics adaptation has officially passed the $1 billion mark at the worldwide box office, but “Wonder Woman” still remains DC Comics’ box office champion in the U.S.

“Aquaman” has earn $1.02 billion worldwide after opening on Dec. 7 in China and Dec. 21 in the U.S. It’s international box office has done phenomenally well in comparison to other DC adaptations from Warner Bros.

The Jason Momoa-led film has earned over $732 million overseas, which is more the worldwide totals for both “Justice League” ($657 million) and “Man of Steel” ($668 million). It nearly doubles the foreign box office of “Wonder Woman,” but it still doesn’t come close to the Amazonian princess’ domestic box office.

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"Aquaman" has earned $1.02 billion. Warner Bros. Entertainment

One of the differences between “Wonder Woman” and “Aquaman” is that the former was critically adored, and critics tend to matter when it comes to a superhero movie’s box office in the U.S. While “Wonder Woman” only earned $409 million abroad, the female-fronted flick earned another $412 million stateside.

“Aquaman” had mixed reviews, earning a 64% on Rotten Tomatoes. The film has raked in about $287 million domestically after three weeks in theaters. However, that’s not far behind where “Wonder Woman” landed after three weeks with $293 million.

The difference between “Aquaman” and “Wonder Woman” domestic box office results are small right now. “Wonder Woman” was in U.S. theaters for a whopping 23 weeks, so it’s safe to say that audiences will have to wait a while to find out if Atlantis’ king will defeat Themyscira’s princess at the domestic box office.

On the worldwide scale, however, the James Wan-directed film will be the reigning box office champion for Warner Bros.’ DC Extended Universe (DCEU). It also could be the top-earning DC Comics adaptation ever. “The Dark Knight Rises” ($1.08 billion) is the only DC movie to earn more.

All box office numbers are from Box Office Mojo.