The Krypto's Mean Master! / The Comic Book Archer! / The Kid from Atlantis! wiki last edited by Jacquenette_Harper on 09/07/16 12:08AM View full history

  1. "Krypto's Mean Master!" written by Jerry Siegel, art by George Papp. Reprinted in Superman Family #169
  2. "Peg" gag strip by Henry Boltinoff.
  3. "The Comic Book Archer!" written by Robert Bernstein, art by Lee Elias. Reprinted in Showcase Presents: Green Arrow #1
  4. "Tricksy the World's Greatest Stuntman" gag strip by Henry Boltinoff.
  5. "The Kid from Atlantis!" written by Robert Bernstein, penciled and inked by Ramona Fradon. Reprinted in Aquaman Archives #1, DC Special Blue Ribbon Digest #9, Showcase #79, Showcase Presents: Aquaman #1
    Everyone needs a friend, even the King of Atlantis, so writer Robert Bernstein and artist Ramona Fradon provided a lifelong pal for Aquaman in a back up tale in this issue. The sea king found a young Atlantean boy - identified as such by his purple eyes - who was exiled from the city due to his fear of marine life. The boy was dubbed Aqualad, and through Aquaman's guidance, he eventually accepted that fish were friends, not foes. In return he helped his mentor to rescue a plane in distress by telepathically instructing dozens of luminous fish to create an emergency landing strip. His phobia conquered, Aqualad was returned home to Atlantis, though he quickly decided that he much preferred swimming side by side with Aquaman.

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