Appearing in "The Super-Pranks of Krypto"Edit
- Kosmon the Space Hunter (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Super-Pranks of Krypto"EditA space-hunter captures Krypto and employs a protoplasmic shape-changer to lure Superboy into his clutches.
Appearing in "Aquaman Meets Aquagirl"Edit
- Eddie (Single appearance)
- Hugo Morel (Single appearance)
- Atlanna (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Tom Curry (Appears in flashback and main story)
Synopsis for "Aquaman Meets Aquagirl"Edit
While riding in her yacht, a young woman sees through it's glass floor that Aquaman has his leg pinned in the mouth of a giant clam. Grabbing an electric torch and jumping overboard, she saves Aquaman's life. Upon returning to the surface, both Aquaman and the girl are shocked to learn that she was under the water -- unaided by breathing devices -- for 60 minutes. The girl introduces herself as Lisa Morel, daughter of Dr. Hugo Morel, a famous Ichthyologist. Swimming to meet her father, Aquaman is once more surprised to find that Lisa can also swim at great speeds and up waterfalls. When revealing the discovery to Lisa's father, he dismisses it until she exhibits the ability to command sea life when she orders seals to prevent her fathers prized globe from falling into the ocean. Convinced, Dr. Morel asks Aquaman how he aquired his powers, Aquaman explains his origins once more. Since none of the Morel family originated from Atlantis, that theory was ruled out. Aquaman tells them he must return to the sea but he will return the next day.
Appearing in "The Case of the Vanishing Arrows!"Edit
- Unnamed Thugs (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Case of the Vanishing Arrows!"Edit
Inspired by a note from the Batman signed with a bat-emblem, Green Arrow decides that all his arrows should be tipped with green arrow heads. Digging up a special green rock to make these arrow heads, Green Arrow and Speedy go into action foiling various crimes. However, after they have busted up each crime, their arrows suddenly vanish, are blown away, or are destroyed.
Once they have completely run out of arrows, Superman arrives and tells them that the arrow heads they were using were made out of Green Kryptonite and that, from a safe vantage point, Superman destroyed them so that they would not weaken him. After Superman departs, Green Arrow and Speedy have the rest of the rock destroyed so that it may not be used against Superman in the future.
- "Aquaman Meets Aquagirl" is reprinted in Super DC Giant #S-26, Aquaman Archives, Volume 1, and Showcase Presents: Aquaman #1.
- "The Case of the Vanishing Arrows!" is reprinted in World's Finest Comics #123, Super-Team Family #2, and Showcase Presents: Green Arrow #1.
- First mention of the purple-eyed Atlanteans exile.
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Links and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks