"Aquaman: "The Dolphin Connection"": On his way to see General Horgan, Aquaman stumbles across a heroin-smuggling operation using dolphins as couriers. This leads him to the mastermind behind the plot, his old foe, the Fisherman, who captures him an
- Not even a man who can breathe air and water can hope to survive -- in a vacuum!
Synopsis for Aquaman: "The Dolphin Connection"
On his way to see General Horgan, Aquaman stumbles across a heroin-smuggling operation using dolphins as couriers. This leads him to the mastermind behind the plot, his old foe, the Fisherman, who captures him and strands him in a chamber being emptied of air. Aquaman signals his octopus Topo to break him free of the chamber, then defeats the Fisherman. But in Atlantis, a vote has been taken, and the rulership has been given to a man named Karshon.
Appearing in Aquaman: "The Dolphin Connection"
- Charlie, Claude, Fred, Jean-Pierre
Synopsis for Seven Soldiers of Victory: "Confrontation"
This is Chapter 7 (the final chapter) is an unpublished saga of the Seven Soldiers of Victory – written in the Golden Age but never completed until 1975.
Returning from their separate adventures in the Land of Magic, the Seven Soldiers of Victory confront Willie Wisher and fight off all his attempts to stop them: a steel wall, vicious gorillas and a gang of human thugs!
Instead of fighting, the SSOV convince Wisher that, although his intentions are good, he can cause evil. Wisher feels so guilty he wishes he had never been born …
Jon Shoman concludes his film (remember?) of the battle to boos and accusations of fraud. It seems only he remembers Wisher. Vigilante remembers Wisher's words in the movie – "Willie said he'd make sure we'd never forget him…" Perhaps this film was his way of ensuring that, they reason.
Crimson Avenger asks what if Wisher only disappeared and this was all another trick – how will Law's Legionnaires stop him next time?
Appearing in Seven Soldiers of Victory: "Confrontation"
- Seven Soldiers of Victory
- Willie Wisher (Final appearance)
- John Shoman (Final appearance)
- Land of Magic
- "The Dolphin Connection" is reprinted in Aquaman: Death of a Prince .