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Here is the latest cool comic book moment in our year-long look at one cool comic book moment a day (in no particular order whatsoever)! Here‘s the archive of the moments posted so far!
Today we take a look at Aquaman using his powers in an interesting fashion.
Adventure Comics #266 has an interesting Aquaman story within its pages, written by Robert Bernstein and drawn by the great Ramona Fradon.
In it, Aquaman meets Aquagirl (who would not exactly turn out to be a major character in the series).
That’s not the important thing, though.
No, you see, later in the issue, the musicians on a ship got seasick and were unable to perform for a child’s birthday party.
The day was lost, you would think, right?
Under normal circumstances, totally.
But that’s the thing about Aquaman.
Aquaman prepares for everything.
Even training his friendly octopus Topo to perform as a one-octopus band for the children!
Come on, that’s awesome!!
Thanks to my pal H at the awesome Comic Treadmill for the scan!
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