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"Aquaman: "Grand Illusion!"": Black Manta has set nuclear weapons aloft, on a course for New Venice, while he and his men go to attack Atlantis. Aquaman and Cal Durham are released from their prison by a


Quote1 Wha-wha-wha -- Whaddya wanna do a thing like this to me for? Wh-wh-wh-why should ya hate me so much? Quote2
-- Woozy Winks



Appearing in Aquaman: "Grand Illusion!"

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  • Gus D. Tyrone
  • Oconn (Single appearance)
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Synopsis for Aquaman: "Grand Illusion!"

Black Manta has set nuclear weapons aloft, on a course for New Venice, while he and his men go to attack Atlantis. Aquaman and Cal Durham are released from their prison by a short-circuit. Aquaman proceeds to use dolphins to broadcast sound waves at the missiles that knock their guidance systems off-balance. They explode harmlessly, though the noise wakes up Mera. Black Manta's troops are halted by Aquaman and Vulko, who give them the chance to become citizens of Atlantis. They lay down their arms and accept the offer. Mera shows up and places “Black Manta” in a hard-water shell, having been brought there from her New Venice home by Cal. But, abruptly, the “Black Manta” in their custody proves to be a booby-trapped robot, which explodes.

Appearing in Starman: "...And Death's Icy Touch Shall Come Searching"

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Synopsis for Starman: "...And Death's Icy Touch Shall Come Searching"

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Appearing in Plastic Man: "A Night at the Nuthouse"

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  • Sam Spudd (Single appearance) (Flashback only)
  • T. Foster Fabricent (Single appearance) (Flashback and main story)
  • Minnastroni (Single appearance) (Flashback and main story)
  • Lucky (Single appearance) (Flashback and main story)

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Synopsis for Plastic Man: "A Night at the Nuthouse"

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  • The crooks in the "Plastic Man" story bear a very striking resemblance to the Marx Brothers ... In looks and mannerisms!



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