Appearing in "Superboy and the Mermaid from Atlantis"
- Jim Saunders (Single appearance)
- Lewis Lang
- Britt Lemaris
- Omra Lemaris
- Aquaman (Cameo)
- Tom Curry(Cameo)
Synopsis for "Superboy and the Mermaid from Atlantis"
Lori Lemaris, the teenage mermaid from Atlantis, tells a series of whoppers to attract the attention of Superboy. Learning that Lori is stretching the truth, Superboy uses his super-brain to “clear...away negative thought patterns so that [Lori] would know the difference between good and bad”. But Britt Lemaris, Lori’s father, super-hypnotizes Superboy, Lori, and Lana Lang into forgetting their encounter to keep Atlantis’s existence a secret.
Appearing in "Seven Faces of Congorilla"
- Clothing Vendor (Single appearance)
- Hunters (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "Seven Faces of Congorilla"
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in "The Lost Ocean"
- Sea Creature (Single appearance)
- Movie Producer (Single appearance)
- Jim Flood (Single appearance)
- Ted Flood (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Lost Ocean"
Aquaman and Aqualad have just finished delivering a new TV antenna to lighthouse owner "Old Duff" so that he can catch his favorite TV program: "Sea Chase" which star Jim and Ted Flood. Leaving the old man to his television program, the two heroes muse about what Duff would think if he knew that they were on their way to the set of the program to see a taping of the next episode.
Upon arriving in the studio, they soon learn that Jim and Ted are currently in iron lungs because they had gotten the Bends from surfacing too fast. Since Aquaman and Aqualad resemble Jim and Ted Flood they're asked to help out in the filming of the rest of the next episode of "Sea Chase." During the course of the taping, the film crew arouses the interest of a real live sea creature, which Aquaman incapacitates without arousing anybodies attention of the real danger they were in.
Days later, Aqualad and Aquaman pay Old Duff a visit and amuse themselves with his reactions to the episode which they secretly played a part in completing.
- Aquaman and Aqualad next appear in their first full length silver-age feature in Showcase #30 before their next appearance in Adventure Comics #282.
- "The Lost Ocean" is reprinted in Showcase Presents: Aquaman #1 and Aquaman Archives, Volume 1.
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