Aquaman: The King of the Seven Seas. A pretty impressive title, but over the years perhaps no other major DC character has moved through so many titles and gone through so many retoolings and relaunches. He first appeared as a backup feature in More Fun Comics #73 (November 1941), moved on to Adventure Comics in 1946 for a long run, and then popped up for a brief run in Detective Comics (July 1961) and World's Finest Comics (May 1962). He was a charter member of the Justice League of America (not to mention the Super Friends!) and has had two of his own titles and three limited series. He has even had two completely different origins. A pretty busy guy, and it certainly isn't over yet! The stories presented in this Archive Edition mark one of Aquaman's true high points, beginning with the story where he really entered the Silver Age of comics - a story that just happens to contain a revised origin. Volume One of The Aquaman Archives showcases over twenty underwater adventures by some of DC's finest writers, and features art by one of the all-too-few female stars of comics, Ramona Fradon. So come on in, the water's fine!