Often the target of jokes, Aquaman aka Arthur Curry is one of the most iconic heroes in the DC Universe. Even if it’s not always for the best reasons. The character first appeared in 1941, fighting Nazis and other waterborne threats.
However, there is a constant mockery for being the wholesome superhero who talks to fishes. The writers have consciously tried to make him darker and edgier over the years. Also presenting the character as serious and brooding. Making him struggling with the weight of being the ruler of the largest kingdom on the planet.
Here are some interesting facts about Aquaman:-
The love angle between Dolphin
The dolphins that raised Aquaman sent him away to interact with actual humans. Because he was developing a romantic relationship with a young dolphin named Nera. Their relationship ended when Aquaman and his brother who is an actual dolphin started competing for Nera’s affections.
Aquaman’s first live-action appearance was on a highly-rated 2005 episode of the television series Smallville titled “Aqua.” In the episode, Arthur Curry was a University of Miami student. He was investigating the devastating effects of a Lex Luthor military project on marine life. When asked which environmental group he worked for. Curry responded, “I don’t travel with an entourage.”
Trident of Nep-Toon
Aquaman first appeared in animated form in 1967 The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure. Then the related Super Friends program. He had a prominent role in the 2000s series Justice League Unlimited and Batman: The Brave and the Bold.
Heavy is the Crown
Over seven decades, Aquaman has lost the throne, been exiled, or abdicated the throne numerous times. In fact, he’s likely spent more time losing his power as King. Rather than holding it. In the most recent storyline, Aquaman has been denounced as a traitor to his people. He is currently Atlantis’ number one enemy.
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