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Aquaman Vol 1 18


Aquaman Vol 1 18

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"The Wife of Aquaman": Aquaman is crowned king of all Atlantis. To celebrate, he weds Mera. The Justice League of America attend the wedding.

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Synopsis for "The Wife of Aquaman"

Aquaman is crowned king of all Atlantis. To celebrate, he weds Mera. The Justice League of America attend the wedding.

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  • Green Arrow appears on the cover to this issue, but does not appear within the actual story. However, it is reasonable to assume that he made a behind-the-scenes appearance at the wedding ceremony.


  • The Hawkman that appears in this issue was originally the Pre-Hawkworld Thanagarian hero Katar Hol. Retroactively, his appearance here has been substituted for Carter Hall, the Golden Age Hawkman.

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