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"Aquaman: "The Pirate Who Plundered Atlantis"": When Captain Demo, a surface-world pirate operating underwater, attacks Atlantis, Aquaman first battles him, then, inexplicably, gives in to him. Unknown to the Atlanteans, Aquaman has surrendered because Demo has plant


Quote1 Oww... My head hurts so much, I don't know whether I had a nightmare or we're really fightin' a bunch of talking animals! Quote2
-- Stripesy



Appearing in Aquaman: "The Pirate Who Plundered Atlantis"

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Synopsis for Aquaman: "The Pirate Who Plundered Atlantis"

When Captain Demo, a surface-world pirate operating underwater, attacks Atlantis, Aquaman first battles him, then, inexplicably, gives in to him. Unknown to the Atlanteans, Aquaman has surrendered because Demo has planted bombs around Atlantis and has threatened to ignite them with a radio signal from his hook-hand if opposed. The people of Atlantis are forced to pay tribute to the pirate, until Aquaman foils him by placing a large oyster over his hook-hand with a radio-jamming device inside. He then easily defeats Captain Demo and frees Atlantis.

Appearing in Star-Spangled Kid: "Dead End Animals"

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  • Pockets (Single appearance)
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  • Leo (Single appearance)
  • Living Furniture (Single appearance)

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  • Land of Magic

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Synopsis for Star-Spangled Kid: "Dead End Animals"

This is part five of an unpublished story of the Seven Soldiers of Victory – written in the Golden Age but never completed until 1975. The Star-Spangled Kid and Stripesy drop (literally) into the Land of Magic. Hearing a fight in a nearby club, they see animals in human clothing walking, talking and fighting! The animals – dressed and speaking as a juvenile gang, attack and subdue SSK & Stripesy. They awake tied to a chair, and trick their rat guard in leaving so their friend, a lion, can untie them. The chair walks away – even the furniture act human! Star Spangled Kid plants a torch and matches in the pouch of a kangaroo and then sets fire to the club. The furniture evacuate the building and spot the planted evidence. The furniture and the animal gangs fight it out. The furniture win the battle and make the animals vow to be good or else. To thank our heroes for helping reform the Dead-End Animals, the lion asks his friend the whale to give SSk and Stripesy a lift back to earth.

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