Current Aquaman News


Friday, July 03, 2009

Friday Links

Tempest returns in Titans #15. Well, it seems I got my wish with regards to Dolphin.

Blackest Night Aquaman:

Image of Blackest Night Aquaman

If you aren't reading The Aquaman Shrine daily, you are missing a lot. Rob tends to scoop me on just about every story because I'm blogging very infrequently lately.

More Aquaman reflections from The Comic Treadmill.

The webcomic Sheldon mentions Aquaman then clarifies a little.

Kurt Busiek has a website.

More on Mermaids.

I don't really understand why Spain would have a claim to this recovered gold. And speaking of underwater treasure, look at this rock heist that stole $1 million from an underwater farm.

In another story right out of an Aquaman tale, Mexico is looking for a missing island. The reason is logical, they want the territory the island would give them. But you have to wonder where the island went, if it ever existed in the first place.

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Wednesday, May 27, 2009


The Comic Treadmill's Finny Friend Countdown comes to the obvious conclusion (well, obvious for any long-time Aquaman fan).

Oh, I definitely want this Ramona Fradon retrospective.

Aquaman Shrine on DC Action Figure book. Want.

More Aquachicken.

Aquaman piecework from Joe.

Superhero cakes including Aquaman.

These Blammoids look... bizarre. I'd really like to see what they'd do to Black Manta.

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Tuesday, May 12, 2009

An Overdue Links Post

Elbert Or's Aquaman sketch.

Maris Wick's Aquaman sketch.

Tomn!'s Aquaman sketch (scroll down).

Michael Schwartz's Aquaman sketch.

Lee Sargent's Aquaman sketch.

Mark Aaron James' Aquaman's Lament.

Caffeinated Joe talks about Aquaman.

The Comic Treadmill continues complete Aquaman coverage.

Comic Book Legends Revealed #202: does anyone out there have the rest of the pages of that Aquaman story?

Aquaman Shrine Links:

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Saturday, July 26, 2008

Tardy Link Post

I'm in the process of moving, and haven't been around for a bit. So make sure you visit The Aquaman Shrine every day for your daily dose of Aqua-news and fun.

The Comic Treadmill tackles some Aquaman back-ups in Action Comics.

The Aquaman Shrine Interviews Ramona Fradon.

Aquachicken is rejected.

Super Dollhouse.

Colleen Doran still likes Aquaman.

Classic DC Cartoons, including Aquaman have been added to iTunes and Xbox Live.

This story would make a great Golden Age Aquaman plot.

Aquaman Wallpaper.

Papercraft Aquaman.

An Octopus with 96 tentacles.

Possible Aquaman news? Or maybe this is news? Be sure to check out the Brave and the Bold Aquaman and Manta image from that second link.

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Monday, May 19, 2008

Lotsa Links

Scipio's prediction.

Aquaman at Six Flags.

More Comic Treadmill Aquaman indexing.

Aquaman Shrine:Men of the DCU Contest.

Japanese Aquaman design. More info here.

Aged Superheroes.

More Seaguy.

Starfish: masters of the undersea mountains.

How David Blaine Held His Breath. Not recommended for beginners.

Don't like the land? How about Sea Steading?

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Tuesday, March 18, 2008

A Few Links

The Comic Treadmill does more Aquaman Indexing.

Stumpy Friends! from friend-of-the-blog Karin!

Black Manta's Costume is Cool.

Dolphins are cool.

Poor little octopus.

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Saturday, February 23, 2008


Mike Sterling agrees that Year One Aqualad is Ugly.

The Aquaman Shrine interviews J.M. DeMatteis.

The Comic Treadmill indexes more Aquaman stories. Yes, Ripples Through Time will return. Eventually.

Aqualad/Tempest HeroClix.

Super Friends coloring book.

A nice use for an old phone booth.

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Thursday, February 07, 2008


Comic Treadmill on DC Special #28.

Yes, the Aquaman Website supports Michael Netzer's efforts to save J'onn J'onzz.

Beluga Bubbles.

Menhaden, the most important fish you've never heard of.

Is it safe to eat fish?

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Wednesday, December 12, 2007



I really need to get this book. Maybe I ought to put it on my wishlist.

Rob continues to amaze with his birthday gift, a Craig Hamilton original.

An interview with Tad Williams. Via.

An interview with David Michelinie.

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Monday, October 29, 2007

More Links

Dave Van Domelen includes a rant on Aquaman: Sword of Atlantis #57.

The Comic Treadmill on Aquaman: Sword of Atlantis #57.

Scipio on Aquaman: Sword of Atlantis #57.

The Shrine reviews Aquaman: Sword of Atlantis #57 and then Interviews Tad Williams.

Fish that can survive for months in a tree. Hmmm.

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Sunday, October 28, 2007


The 1967 Aquaman Halloween Costume at the Aquaman Shrine!

The Aquaman Shrine Interviews Bob Rozakis.

More Shrine: Aquaman in the Batman newspaper strip. I would love to see all the Aquaman appearances in the Batman and Superman newspaper strips. Those are pretty difficult to find, though.

The Comic Treadmill tackles the 1986 Aquaman series (the rest is here).

Jim Rugg on Aquaman:
Aquaman – cause he should be the greatest eye-candy, all-ages global adventure comic in the world, and well, have you seen Aquaman lately? I think this book has the potential to be incredible and like nothing else on the stands. It could really take advantage of all the breakthroughs in production that comics have undergone in the last 25 years and it could serve as an ambassador to capture new, young readers...
Golfer Woody Austin makes the most of his new nickname, gotten when he fell face-first into a water hazard.

Aquaman in model painting.

Extraordinary Creatures of the Deep. Be sure to check out the slideshow.

You Don't Know Jack: Aquaman Left Spyware on My Hard Drive... is it a superhero, or a computer program, or both?

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Wednesday, September 05, 2007


The Comic Treadmill on the Mera Backup Stories, the Death of Artie Jr and the rest of 1978.

Rob looks at a DC Super Heroes Activity Book and The Tonner Aquaman and Mera dolls. He also delves into the fantasy world of Surf and Turf, the non-existant Aquaman team-up book.

Scipio gets custom HeroClix. Follow the links to find cool custom Aquaman family HeroClix.

More studies are being done on tidal power, a source of energy I have great hopes for.

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Tuesday, May 15, 2007


Surf and Turf #1. I'd buy this book.

And is it just me, or is Rob on an Aquaballs run: Aquaman on a ball, Aquaman on a ball, and Aquaman on a ball.

More Aquaman Indexing from the Comic Treadmill.

Clever Octopus.

Boring Sponges. No, not dull... they bore into their hosts.

Massive environmental damage done by trawlers.

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Tuesday, April 03, 2007


I've been busy off playing at the Emerald City Comicon, so I haven't been updating the links like I should. This has led to a lot of missing links. Here they are:

The Aquaman Shrine shows off Super Friends Paint By Numbers, 1974 Wonder Bread Card, Ohio Jaycees Pin, Official Adventures of Aquaman LP, Aquaman Thank You Card, and remembers Artie Jr's Birthday.

More Comic Treadmill Aquaman goodness.

The Continuity Blog loves Tad Williams' Aquaman.

Newsarama quotes the Legion of Doom's criticism of Tad Williams... I think they have never met the guy or talked with him, because he's a fanboy and surely does understand his audience, as he's PART OF IT. Still, an interesting critique, if flawed by assumptions on the part of the Legion.

Speaking of, Tad Williams' page now has a limited Aquaman section. Only a solicit there, so far, but might be a place to watch.

Scipio gives us Haircare with Aquaman week: Day 1, Day 2, and Day 3.

The Navy wants Dolphins to patrol Puget Sound, and both The Seattle Times and The Seattle P.I. report on objections to the plan.

Goldfish survive in a Deep Fat Fryer.

CSI Atlantis.

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Thursday, March 15, 2007


Tad Williams is back from his signing tour, and posted on the DC Message Board a nice note with some good tidbits for people to read. One item of note, Tad mentions that he will be working with Paul Gulacy on the book, which was rumored some time ago but never confirmed.

Rob at the Aquaman Shrine has an interview with Steve Skeates. Just to add to the fun, the next issue of The Aquaman Chronicles, a print fanzine, will be devoted to Steve Skeates.

The Comic Treadmill judges Kurt's run on Aquaman.

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Monday, March 12, 2007


More Aquaman Shrine: Aquaman: Sword of Atlantis Ad. Yeah, I think I posted that at some point, too. I like it. I liked the book, too, and can't wait to see it finished.

And The DC Superheroes Super Healthy Cookbook. Oh man, I really want this. I think I had it as a kid, even (though I suspect I only had the pull-out sample that earth 2 chris mentions in the comments). I wonder if it's still in one of my boxes somewhere? Man. I really wish I had one of these. I'm going to have to hunt eBay once I have money again.

The Comic Treadmill continues to cover Aquaman in Adventure Comics.

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Friday, March 09, 2007


The Aquaman Shrine finishes up Aqualad week with the Pocket Heroes Aqualad.

The Comic Treadmill continues to index Aquaman stories.

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