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"The Plot to Steal the Seas": Lemur and his band of alien thieves arrive on Earth and begins stealing large volumes of water from various lakes. Aquaman and Aqualad investigate, but quickly fall prey to Lemur's attacks. Lemur announces his plans to bring the stolen water back to his home pla



Appearing in "The Plot to Steal the Seas"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

  • Lemur (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Syx (Single appearance)

Locations:

  • Oceanus (Single appearance)
  • Phrygia (Single appearance)

Items: Vehicles:

Synopsis for "The Plot to Steal the Seas"

Lemur and his band of alien thieves arrive on Earth and begins stealing large volumes of water from various lakes. Aquaman and Aqualad investigate, but quickly fall prey to Lemur's attacks. Lemur announces his plans to bring the stolen water back to his home planet, Phrygia. Another alien named Syx - sympathetic to Aquaman's plight, helps him to escape, and together they travel to his home world of Phryigia to reclaim the stolen water. After several daring mishaps, the crew returns to Earth with the water, whereupon Aquaman rounds up Lemur and his gang.



Notes

  • This issue is divided into three chapters:
    • Part I: The Plot to Steal the Seas
    • Part II: The Double Doom on Planet Oceanus
    • Part III: Marooned in Space

Trivia

  • The planet Oceanus is named after one of the Greek Titans of Myth. Oceanus is also one of the patron deities of Atlantis.
  • The planet, Phrygia, is named after an ancient kingdom located in modern day Turkey.
  • This issue contains a text article entitled "Our Ocean Laboratory".
  • This issue contains a one-page "Lucky, World's Greatest Stuntman" humor strip by Henry Boltinoff.

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