Appearing in "The Stolen Identities!"Edit
- Planet Xelthu
Synopsis for "The Stolen Identities!"Edit
Jonathan Kent and Martha Kent are abducted to the sub-atomic world of Xelthu, and two Xelthuians impersonate them, but cannot deceive Superboy for long. Even though their attempt to use a Red Kryptonite ray to transfer him to their world goes awry, he is able to save their tiny world and regain his parents.
Appearing in "The Ninth Wonder!"Edit
- Congo Bill[[Category::wikipedia:William Glenmorgan (New Earth)/Appearances]] (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Congorilla (Flashback and main story)
- Janu (Appears in flashback and main story)
Adversaries: ^ River Pirates
- Dr. Kovec
- Ivory Poachers (Appears in flashback and main story)
Synopsis for "The Ninth Wonder!"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in "The Menace of Aqualad!"Edit
- Unnamed Thieves (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Menace of Aqualad!"Edit
Bringing a pod of whales to the mainland, Aquaman and Aqualad are stopped by a ships captain, who gives Aquaman a cake because that Sunday is Aquaman's birthday. Aquaman and Aqualad then drop off the whales at a local marine exhibit for a benefit of retired seamen, there Aquaman puts on a show for spectators.
After the exhibit, Aquaman is about to return to the sea when an old woman falls into the water, Aquaman saves her life and she reveals that she is a fortune teller and that she will reward Aquaman with a free fortune telling. In her tent she tells Aquaman that there will be a great danger that somebody new in his life may replace him.
Later that night, back at sea, Aquaman is woken by his pet octopus Topo, who alerts him that a ship is sinking. Aquaman and Aqualad go to the rescue however Aqualad is knocked on the head by the sinking mast-head of the ship. Soon after, Aqualad begins acting strange, collecting items and asking questions about Aquaman's weaknesses.
During a break up of some pirates stealing rare fish, Aqualad doesn't participate in the fight because he is too busy collecting a fish bowl and harpoon gun. That night, when Aquaman falls asleep, Aqualad ties him up in a net and leaves him alone. When Aquaman awakes he has to fight a sword fish all alone. Finding the boy he demands answers, and Aqualad takes him back to their undersea cave home and shows him that he was really constructing a trophy collection as a birthday gift.
- "The Stolen Identities!" is reprinted in Four-Star Spectacular #4.
- "The Ninth Wonder!" is reprinted in World's Finest Comics #148.
- "The Menace of Aqualad!" is reprinted in DC 100-Page Super Spectacular DC-15, Aquaman Archives, Volume 1 and Showcase Presents: Aquaman, Volume 1.
- Congo Bill vignettes begin with this issue. The previous Congo Bill strip concluded in Action Comics #261.
- First issue where Aqualad is addressed by name.
- First appearance of the Aquacave.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks