Appearing in "A Small World Incident"Edit
- Prime Minister Stom (First appearance)
- Black Manta
- Aquababy (Appears in flashback and main story)
- David Shelby (a news broadcaster) (First appearance)
- Echson Krystal (First appearance)
- Harry Cocca (First appearance)
- Henry (Mister Mission's aide)
- Justice League International
- L'Par Krystal (First appearance)
- Mera (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Minkis (First appearance)
- Richard (Minister Stom's aide)
- Richard Mission (an American politician) (First appearance)
- Tyrn Krystal (First appearance)
- Oumland (First appearance)
Synopsis for "A Small World Incident"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- The release of this series coincides with the fiftieth anniversary of Aquaman.
- First appearance of Thesily, the king of Atlantis. Thesily's reign follows that of the inept leader Pletus, and began shortly after the giant jellyfish invasion chronicled in Aquaman (Volume 3). He will remain Atlantis' king throughout the remainder of this series and the first year's worth of issues of Aquaman (Volume 5).
- This issue reveals that Vulko is still alive after he had been reported killed in Aquaman Vol 3 #1.
- The Justice League's international charter was revoked following the events of the "Breakdowns" affair in issues of Justice League International and Justice League Europe.
- Mister Mission's first name is not revealed until Aquaman Vol 4 #8.
- No trivia.
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- Aquaman Recommended Reading
Links and ReferencesEdit
- Aquaman at Wikipedia.org
- Aquaman at DCU Guide
- Aquaman at Comic Book Database
- Aquaman at Toonopedia
- Aquaman at TV Tropes
- Aquaman at Comics Alliance
- Aquaman at Hark! A Vagrant
- The Aquaman Shrine
- The Unofficial Aquaman Website
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