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Published August 1994 by DC
Hitting Bottom
Peter David
Martin Egeland
Martin Egeland
Aqualad; Aquaman; Charybdis (first appearance); Dolphin
"Hitting Bottom" Admiral Strom asks Aquaman and Aqualad to investigate a sunken submarine, but it is a trap set by Charybdis to capture the Sea King and steal his powers.
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Published August 1994 by DC

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Story Title
Hitting Bottom
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Martin Egeland
Cover Art
Martin Egeland
Character Appearances
Aqualad; Aquaman; Charybdis (first appearance); Dolphin
Storyline
"Hitting Bottom" Admiral Strom asks Aquaman and Aqualad to investigate a sunken submarine, but it is a trap set by Charybdis to capture the Sea King and steal his powers.
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Published September 1994 by DC
Single Wet Female
Peter David
Martin Egeland
Martin Egeland
Aqualad; Aquaman; Charybdis; Dolphin; Letifos; Scylla (fake)
"Single Wet Female" Charybdis steals Aquaman's powers, which aren't at useful as he thought. After Aqualad frees Aquaman and Dolphin, they chase Charybdis to land, where he destroys Aquaman's hand before being shot by Dolphin.
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Published September 1994 by DC

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Story Title
Single Wet Female
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Martin Egeland
Cover Art
Martin Egeland
Character Appearances
Aqualad; Aquaman; Charybdis; Dolphin; Letifos; Scylla (fake)
Storyline
"Single Wet Female" Charybdis steals Aquaman's powers, which aren't at useful as he thought. After Aqualad frees Aquaman and Dolphin, they chase Charybdis to land, where he destroys Aquaman's hand before being shot by Dolphin.
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Published October 1994 by DC
A Crash of Symbols
Peter David
Martin Egeland
Martin Egeland
Atlan (dream); Atlanna (dream); Aqualad; Aquaman; Black Manta (dream); Charybdis (flashback); Chubb (Atlantean child); Dolphin; Drin (dream); Mera (dream); Nero (Atlantean Guard); Nuliajuk (dream); Vulko
"A Crash of Symbols" After a series of nightmares, Aquaman puts the harpoon on his arm as a symbol. Aqualad gives Dolphin a tour of Atlantis.
Near Mint- 9.2

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Published October 1994 by DC

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Story Title
A Crash of Symbols
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Martin Egeland
Cover Art
Martin Egeland
Character Appearances
Atlan (dream); Atlanna (dream); Aqualad; Aquaman; Black Manta (dream); Charybdis (flashback); Chubb (Atlantean child); Dolphin; Drin (dream); Mera (dream); Nero (Atlantean Guard); Nuliajuk (dream); Vulko
Storyline
"A Crash of Symbols" After a series of nightmares, Aquaman puts the harpoon on his arm as a symbol. Aqualad gives Dolphin a tour of Atlantis.
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Published November 1994 by DC
Arthur Goes Hawaiian: Chapter 1 "Hand Off"
Peter David
Gene Gonzales; Martin Egeland
Tom Grummett
Admiral Strom; Aqualad; Aquaman; Dolphin; Porm; Superboy; Vulko
"Arthur Goes Hawaiian: Chapter 1 "Hand Off"" Aquaman learns to use his harpoon, then goes after the general who set him up for Charybdis. Porm (Aquaman's adopted dolphin mother) is captured by Japanese dolphin hunters. Aquaman fights Superboy to see Strom, who tells him about Porm's capture.
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Published November 1994 by DC

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Story Title
Arthur Goes Hawaiian: Chapter 1 "Hand Off"
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Gene Gonzales; Martin Egeland
Cover Art
Tom Grummett
Character Appearances
Admiral Strom; Aqualad; Aquaman; Dolphin; Porm; Superboy; Vulko
Storyline
"Arthur Goes Hawaiian: Chapter 1 "Hand Off"" Aquaman learns to use his harpoon, then goes after the general who set him up for Charybdis. Porm (Aquaman's adopted dolphin mother) is captured by Japanese dolphin hunters. Aquaman fights Superboy to see Strom, who tells him about Porm's capture.
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Published December 1994 by DC
A Porpoise In Life
Peter David
Martin Egeland
Martin Egeland
Admiral Strom; Aqualad; Aquaman; Captain Tanaka; Doctor Shinobi; Dolphin; Lobo; Ray (Dolphin Hunter); Space Dolphin
"A Porpoise In Life" Admiral Strom tells Aquaman where to find Porm, but Lobo is already on the way. The dolphin hunters took Porm and the other dolphins to Doctor Shinobi, and use Shinobi as a human shield against Lobo. The dolphins take Shinobi's body with them.
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Published December 1994 by DC

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Story Title
A Porpoise In Life
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Martin Egeland
Cover Art
Martin Egeland
Character Appearances
Admiral Strom; Aqualad; Aquaman; Captain Tanaka; Doctor Shinobi; Dolphin; Lobo; Ray (Dolphin Hunter); Space Dolphin
Storyline
"A Porpoise In Life" Admiral Strom tells Aquaman where to find Porm, but Lobo is already on the way. The dolphin hunters took Porm and the other dolphins to Doctor Shinobi, and use Shinobi as a human shield against Lobo. The dolphins take Shinobi's body with them.
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Published January 1995 by DC
Out Cold
Peter David
Jim Calafiore
Jim Calafiore
Admiral Jory; Aqualad; Aquaman; Dolphin; Kako; Koryak (first appearance); Robin (Inupiat); Shan (Inupiat); Vulko
"Out Cold" An Inupiat village is having trouble with a sea monster, Aquaman and co go back to Pearl Harbor to find Strom gone. Aquaman goes to find Kako in the hopes of finding Atlan, his father.
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Published January 1995 by DC

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Story Title
Out Cold
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Jim Calafiore
Cover Art
Jim Calafiore
Character Appearances
Admiral Jory; Aqualad; Aquaman; Dolphin; Kako; Koryak (first appearance); Robin (Inupiat); Shan (Inupiat); Vulko
Storyline
"Out Cold" An Inupiat village is having trouble with a sea monster, Aquaman and co go back to Pearl Harbor to find Strom gone. Aquaman goes to find Kako in the hopes of finding Atlan, his father.
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Published February 1995 by DC
Unfathomable
Peter David
Martin Egeland
Mike Mignola
Aqualad; Aquaman; Deep Six (Jaffar, Gole, Slig, Trok, Shaligo, Pyron); Dolphin; Kako; Koryak; Letifos
"Unfathomable" Aquaman and Koryak battle the sea monster, and discover that the Deep Six are behind it. Aqualad searches for Tula, and finds someone else.
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Published February 1995 by DC

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Story Title
Unfathomable
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Martin Egeland
Cover Art
Mike Mignola
Character Appearances
Aqualad; Aquaman; Deep Six (Jaffar, Gole, Slig, Trok, Shaligo, Pyron); Dolphin; Kako; Koryak; Letifos
Storyline
"Unfathomable" Aquaman and Koryak battle the sea monster, and discover that the Deep Six are behind it. Aqualad searches for Tula, and finds someone else.
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Published March 1995 by DC
Revenge Runs Deep
Peter David
Martin Egeland
Martin Egeland
Aqualad; Aquaman; Corona (Fire Elemental); Deep Six (Jaffar, Gole, Slig, Trok, Shaligo, Pyron); Dolphin; Kako; Koryak; Letifos; Naiad (Water Elemental); Vulko
"Revenge Runs Deep" Aquaman and Koryak fight the Deep Six, Kako turns into Corona, Aqualad figures out that Letifos is not Tula, and Atlantis is struck by earthquakes.
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Published March 1995 by DC

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Story Title
Revenge Runs Deep
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Martin Egeland
Cover Art
Martin Egeland
Character Appearances
Aqualad; Aquaman; Corona (Fire Elemental); Deep Six (Jaffar, Gole, Slig, Trok, Shaligo, Pyron); Dolphin; Kako; Koryak; Letifos; Naiad (Water Elemental); Vulko
Storyline
"Revenge Runs Deep" Aquaman and Koryak fight the Deep Six, Kako turns into Corona, Aqualad figures out that Letifos is not Tula, and Atlantis is struck by earthquakes.
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Published April 1995 by DC
Elemental, My Dear Aquaman
Peter David
Martin Egeland; Casey Jones
Martin Egeland
Aqualad; Aquaman; Corona (Fire Elemental); Deep Six (Jaffar, Gole, Slig, Trok, Shaligo, Pyron); Doctor Sorel; Dolphin; Koryak; Letifos; Naiad (Water Elemental); Vulko
"Elemental, My Dear Aquaman" Corona kicks the Deep Sixes' butts, then is attacked by Naiad. Atlantis continues to rise. Aqualad is killed by the whirlpool of death.
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Published April 1995 by DC

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Story Title
Elemental, My Dear Aquaman
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Martin Egeland; Casey Jones
Cover Art
Martin Egeland
Character Appearances
Aqualad; Aquaman; Corona (Fire Elemental); Deep Six (Jaffar, Gole, Slig, Trok, Shaligo, Pyron); Doctor Sorel; Dolphin; Koryak; Letifos; Naiad (Water Elemental); Vulko
Storyline
"Elemental, My Dear Aquaman" Corona kicks the Deep Sixes' butts, then is attacked by Naiad. Atlantis continues to rise. Aqualad is killed by the whirlpool of death.
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Published June 1995 by DC
Dreaded Deadline Doom
Peter David
Joe St. Pierre
Joe St. Pierre
Atlan; Aqualad; Aquaman; Deadline; Doctor McCoy (S.T.A.R. labs); Dolphin; King Thesily; Koryak; Letifos; Vulko
"Dreaded Deadline Doom" Deadline is hired to kill Aquaman by King Thesily, Aquaman returns to a shaken and crooked Atlantis, Letifos mourns by Aqualad's skeleton, Aquaman goes to S.T.A.R. labs to get a new hook. Aqualad washes up, alive, on a strange shore.
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Published June 1995 by DC

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Story Title
Dreaded Deadline Doom
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Joe St. Pierre
Cover Art
Joe St. Pierre
Character Appearances
Atlan; Aqualad; Aquaman; Deadline; Doctor McCoy (S.T.A.R. labs); Dolphin; King Thesily; Koryak; Letifos; Vulko
Storyline
"Dreaded Deadline Doom" Deadline is hired to kill Aquaman by King Thesily, Aquaman returns to a shaken and crooked Atlantis, Letifos mourns by Aqualad's skeleton, Aquaman goes to S.T.A.R. labs to get a new hook. Aqualad washes up, alive, on a strange shore.
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Published July 1995 by DC
Revelations
Peter David
Jim Calafiore
Jim Calafiore
Aquaman; Cron One-Eye (shark); Dolphin; Donna Troy; Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner); King Thesily; Koryak; Ocean Master (dream); Old One (shark); Qeej (dolphin); Vulko
"Revelations" Aquaman prevents Green Lantern from killing a dying shark and its guardian while Koryak lets King Thesily die.
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Published July 1995 by DC

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Story Title
Revelations
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Jim Calafiore
Cover Art
Jim Calafiore
Character Appearances
Aquaman; Cron One-Eye (shark); Dolphin; Donna Troy; Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner); King Thesily; Koryak; Ocean Master (dream); Old One (shark); Qeej (dolphin); Vulko
Storyline
"Revelations" Aquaman prevents Green Lantern from killing a dying shark and its guardian while Koryak lets King Thesily die.
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Published August 1995 by DC
Exodus!
Peter David
Martin Egeland
Martin Egeland
Aquaman; Dardan (Shalakite Priest); Dolphin; Korbo (Atlantean citizen); Koryak; Mera; Qeej (dolphin); Tufo (Atlantean citizen); Vulko
"Exodus!" Aquaman arrives back at the city in time for King Thesily's funeral, after which Koryak unites the people and leaves the city with them. Dolphin stays to comfort Aquaman, and they are interrupted by the return of Mera.
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Published August 1995 by DC

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Story Title
Exodus!
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Martin Egeland
Cover Art
Martin Egeland
Character Appearances
Aquaman; Dardan (Shalakite Priest); Dolphin; Korbo (Atlantean citizen); Koryak; Mera; Qeej (dolphin); Tufo (Atlantean citizen); Vulko
Storyline
"Exodus!" Aquaman arrives back at the city in time for King Thesily's funeral, after which Koryak unites the people and leaves the city with them. Dolphin stays to comfort Aquaman, and they are interrupted by the return of Mera.
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Published September 1995 by DC
Acts
Peter David
Martin Egeland
Martin Egeland
AJ; Aquaman; Dolphin; King Iqula (Tritonis); Koryak; Mera; Queen S'ona (Tritonis); Thanatos; Vulko
"Acts" Thanatos is enraged that Mera escaped into the real world, but so is Dolphin who battles her. Koryak leads the people to Tritonis where tensions build. Mera dives into the bottomless pit, and Aquaman and Dolphin follow her.
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Published September 1995 by DC

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Story Title
Acts
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Martin Egeland
Cover Art
Martin Egeland
Character Appearances
AJ; Aquaman; Dolphin; King Iqula (Tritonis); Koryak; Mera; Queen S'ona (Tritonis); Thanatos; Vulko
Storyline
"Acts" Thanatos is enraged that Mera escaped into the real world, but so is Dolphin who battles her. Koryak leads the people to Tritonis where tensions build. Mera dives into the bottomless pit, and Aquaman and Dolphin follow her.
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Published October 1995 by DC
Judges
Peter David
Martin Egeland
Martin Egeland
AJ; Aquaman; Dolphin; King Iqula (Tritonis); Koryak; Mera; Thanatos; Vulko
"Judges" Aquaman fights Thanatos through a series of dream sequences, while Mera, Dolphin, and AJ figure out what is going on. In Tritonis, Koryak leads the Poseidonians into sacred tunnels against King Iqula's will. Thanatos is freed to the real world.
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Published October 1995 by DC

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Story Title
Judges
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Martin Egeland
Cover Art
Martin Egeland
Character Appearances
AJ; Aquaman; Dolphin; King Iqula (Tritonis); Koryak; Mera; Thanatos; Vulko
Storyline
"Judges" Aquaman fights Thanatos through a series of dream sequences, while Mera, Dolphin, and AJ figure out what is going on. In Tritonis, Koryak leads the Poseidonians into sacred tunnels against King Iqula's will. Thanatos is freed to the real world.
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Published November 1995 by DC
Lamentations
Peter David
Martin Egeland
Jim Calafiore
AJ; Atlan; Aquaman; Captain Depuis; Claudia Rasmussen Jones; Dardan; Dolphin; Koryak; Major Disaster; Mera; Officer Rasmussen; Thanatos; Vulko
"Lamentations" Thanatos takes Aquaman's place in the real world. Major Disaster uses his new powers from Neron to kill Thanatos, thinking he is Aquaman. Koryak and his people discover impossible drawings in the sacred tunnels. Aquaman contacts Atlan.
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Published November 1995 by DC

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Story Title
Lamentations
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Martin Egeland
Cover Art
Jim Calafiore
Character Appearances
AJ; Atlan; Aquaman; Captain Depuis; Claudia Rasmussen Jones; Dardan; Dolphin; Koryak; Major Disaster; Mera; Officer Rasmussen; Thanatos; Vulko
Storyline
"Lamentations" Thanatos takes Aquaman's place in the real world. Major Disaster uses his new powers from Neron to kill Thanatos, thinking he is Aquaman. Koryak and his people discover impossible drawings in the sacred tunnels. Aquaman contacts Atlan.
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Published December 1995 by DC
Chronicles
Peter David
Jim Calafiore
Walt Simonson
Admiral Strom; AJ; Atlan; Aquaman; Dolphin; Kordax; Koryak; Mera; Tiamat; Vulko
"Chronicles" Atlan transports the four to somewhere else, but Mera and AJ go back. Aquaman discovers he is under the city, in the meteor, a ship actually, that sank Poseidonis. He battles Tiamat. Koryak accidently awakens Kordax.
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Published December 1995 by DC

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Story Title
Chronicles
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Jim Calafiore
Cover Art
Walt Simonson
Character Appearances
Admiral Strom; AJ; Atlan; Aquaman; Dolphin; Kordax; Koryak; Mera; Tiamat; Vulko
Storyline
"Chronicles" Atlan transports the four to somewhere else, but Mera and AJ go back. Aquaman discovers he is under the city, in the meteor, a ship actually, that sank Poseidonis. He battles Tiamat. Koryak accidently awakens Kordax.
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Published January 1996 by DC
Kings
Peter David
Martin Egeland
Martin Egeland
Aquaman; Dardan; Dolphin; Fire; Guy Gardner; Ice Maiden; Kelt (dolphin); Kordax; Martian Manhunter; Obsidian; Vulko; Wonder Woman
"Kings" The JLA comes to Poseidonis to check out the threats made by Thanatos, and get booted out by Aquaman and Dolphin. Kordax enslaves all the people of Poseidonis after beating up Koryak.
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Published January 1996 by DC

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Story Title
Kings
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Martin Egeland
Cover Art
Martin Egeland
Character Appearances
Aquaman; Dardan; Dolphin; Fire; Guy Gardner; Ice Maiden; Kelt (dolphin); Kordax; Martian Manhunter; Obsidian; Vulko; Wonder Woman
Storyline
"Kings" The JLA comes to Poseidonis to check out the threats made by Thanatos, and get booted out by Aquaman and Dolphin. Kordax enslaves all the people of Poseidonis after beating up Koryak.
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Published February 1996 by DC
Numbers
Peter David
Jim Calafiore
Jim Calafiore
Admiral Strom; Aquaman; Dolphin; Guardian of Hy-Brasil; Martian Manhunter; Queen of Hy-Brasil
"Numbers" Aquaman goes to Hy-Brasil to enlist the help of the people there against the coming invasion. Admiral Strom is an agent of the invaders, and after the JLA declares Aquaman to be only cranky, takes matters into his own hands.
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Published February 1996 by DC

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Story Title
Numbers
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Jim Calafiore
Cover Art
Jim Calafiore
Character Appearances
Admiral Strom; Aquaman; Dolphin; Guardian of Hy-Brasil; Martian Manhunter; Queen of Hy-Brasil
Storyline
"Numbers" Aquaman goes to Hy-Brasil to enlist the help of the people there against the coming invasion. Admiral Strom is an agent of the invaders, and after the JLA declares Aquaman to be only cranky, takes matters into his own hands.
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Published March 1996 by DC
Biblical Sense
Peter David
Martin Egeland
Martin Egeland
Admiral Strom; Atlan; Aquaman; Dolphin; Garth (Aqualad); High Seer of Hy-Brasil; Ocean Master; Queen of Hy-Brasil
"Biblical Sense" While Aquaman tours Hy-Brasil, Dolphin has a vision and starts shooting the people. She is captured and put on trial, then freed by Aquaman. Admiral Strom goes to warn Ocean Master that Aquaman is coming.
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Published March 1996 by DC

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Story Title
Biblical Sense
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Martin Egeland
Cover Art
Martin Egeland
Character Appearances
Admiral Strom; Atlan; Aquaman; Dolphin; Garth (Aqualad); High Seer of Hy-Brasil; Ocean Master; Queen of Hy-Brasil
Storyline
"Biblical Sense" While Aquaman tours Hy-Brasil, Dolphin has a vision and starts shooting the people. She is captured and put on trial, then freed by Aquaman. Admiral Strom goes to warn Ocean Master that Aquaman is coming.
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Published April 1996 by DC
Brother's Keeper
Peter David
Martin Egeland
Dave Johnson
Admiral Strom; Atlan; Aquaman; Dolphin; Garth (Aqualad); Ocean Master; Staci
"Brother's Keeper" Aquaman goes to the Dreaming City in the Himalayas to enlist their aid, but they are ruled by Ocean Master. Atlan flees. Garth, formerly known as Aqualad, frees Aquaman and Dolphin from OM's trap.
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Published April 1996 by DC

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Story Title
Brother's Keeper
Writer
Peter David
Interior Art
Martin Egeland
Cover Art
Dave Johnson
Character Appearances
Admiral Strom; Atlan; Aquaman; Dolphin; Garth (Aqualad); Ocean Master; Staci
Storyline
"Brother's Keeper" Aquaman goes to the Dreaming City in the Himalayas to enlist their aid, but they are ruled by Ocean Master. Atlan flees. Garth, formerly known as Aqualad, frees Aquaman and Dolphin from OM's trap.
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