Young Arthur Curry, Jr was abanded by the Lighthouse couple who was washed away out to shore beneath the ocean and he learns how to breathe underwater and uses his telekenetic powers to communicate with the Sea Mammals and he is sent to the city of Atlantis, where he was adopted to the Atlantean Family and he grew from his childhood years to the adult years and learns how to swim faster and faster with incredible Super Powers, than other sea creatures. He is now King of the Seven Seas.
Half Atlantean Half Human Prince Namor must save atlantis to be the rightful ruler of the lost city.
Aquaman, born as Orin to Queen Atlanna and the mysterious wizard Atlan, was abandoned on Mercy Reef as a baby because of his blond hair, which was seen by the superstitious Atlantean culture as a curse. Raised first by dolphins, then by a lighthouse keeper who gave him his own name (Arthur Curry), one could say he had an unusual childhood. Sometime in his teens he met and fell in love with an Inupiat named Kako, and was driven away before he knew she was pregnant with his son. Aquaman can communicate directly with sea life, can swim underwater at ...
There are two worlds: the one we know...and the one below. A young marine biologist named Aspen discovers her missing past when a super-evolved underwater humanoid race, under the leadership of maniacal Killian, emerges to eradicate human civilization.
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