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Today, we look back at Showcase #79, titled Showcase presents Dolphin: Fantasy at 14 Fathoms Written and illustrated by Jay Scott Pike with letters by Ben Oda and edits by Dick Giordano, this is the debut appearance of the eponymous Dolphin Dolphin would go on to become a character in the Aquaman titles, becoming an ally to the underwater hero and[...]
Showcase #79 featuring Dolphin, 1968 DC Comics, art by Jay Scott Pike.
Showcase #79, the try-out debut of Dolphin cover-dated December 1968 from DC Comics has the kind of very specific, detailed set-up that often points to some real-world inspirations.  A girl with gills is found in the wreckage of a sunken warship by US Navy divers on an important mission.  But the Dolphin is in the[...]
A look at key art from The Boys season 2n(Image: Amazon Prime Video)
But when Kripke needs to throw out a "hold my fucking beer" as a promise of something that will one-up the first season's "flying dolphin"? Challenge accepted, Kripke Challenge accepted. A look at key art from The Boys season 2n(Image: Amazon Prime Video) Never been to @Comic_Con? TOMORROW's your chance! #TheBoysTV PANEL 3pm PST[...]
Aquaman #38 cover by Stjepan Sejic
Dolphin arrives to help, but her powers are greatly overshadowed by those of Rath and the Dark Finally, when all seems loss, Queen Mera and the armies of Xebel arrive to save Atlantis and its people The battle is renewed, and all hands are on deck to save the undersea kingdom. Aquaman #38 cover by Stjepan[...]
Aquaman #37 cover by Stepjan Sejic
In the Silent School, Vulko, Dolphin, King Shark, and Ondine reason with the fallen Atlantean advisors in the hopes of getting an edge on the Abyssal Dark, the demonic power upon which Corum Rath draws. Aquaman #37 cover by Stjepan Sejic The final siege against Rath continues in this issue of Aquaman All Arthur's Atlantis-based allies unite[...]
Aquaman #36 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi
In the Silent School's library, Mother Cetea, Vulko, Ondine, Dolphin, and King Shark search for some magical way to stop Rath's new powers. Aquaman #36 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi Aquaman and Corum Rath at last encounter one another again in this issue The moment these past few Aquaman arcs have been building to arrives at[...]
Aquaman #33 cover by Stjepan Sejic
This issue is wall-to-wall action, as our beloved Arthur Curry takes the fight to Rath's regime with the help of Dolphin, Jurok Byss, and a giant kronosaur named Thrasher. While there is a lot to be said of the excellent build-up and tension Abnett used to make this issue such a gripping battle, Riccardo Federico and[...]
Aquaman #32 cover by Stjepan Sejic
Nearby, Dolphin has discovered Mera dying in an air bubble She signals Arthur, who quickly comes to find his ailing beloved. He returns to the Undercurrent with Mera and Dolphin Ondine turns into his unexpected savior, and she has some other information from other sources which may impact the future of Aquaman, Mera, and Atlantis. Aquaman #32[...]
Top DC Comics of 2017 #2: Aquaman #31 by Dan Abnett and Riccardo Federico
Aquman has had a lengthy yet consistently compelling runnign story with "Underworld," which has consisted of Arthur, Mera, and Dolphin attempting to liberate Atlantis from the tyrannical Corum Rath, a nationalistic and bigoted ruler who has been abusing the old magics of the undersea kingdom. This story has begun to reach its crescendo with Aquaman #31 by Dan Abnett and Riccardo Federico,[...]
Aquaman #31 Review: Long Live the Revolution
Aquaman has taken lead of the Undercurrent with the help of Dolphin and Jurok Byss Vulko wants Aquaman to take it to the next level, strike a symbolic blow, and bring down the Crown of Thorns Arthur is reluctant, as he doesn't want to put the Undercurrent at such a great risk when there are[...]
Aquaman #30 cover by Stepjan Sejic
It's not Aquaman, Dolphin, Vulko, or the Widowhood It is led by the former keeper of the Royal Bestiary: a man named Jurok Byss He leads the Undercurrent, and their goal is to overthrow King Corum Rath. The Undercurrent attacks one of the royal armories, but they find themselves severely outgunned Thankfully, someone has been watching[...]
Aquaman #29 Review: What Will Become Of Aquaman?
They are chased through the Catacombs while Aquaman and Dolphin try to work out where to go from here Arthur isn't interested in leading Atlantis anymore, but Dolphin knows he's the hero that the underwater kingdom needs. Mera and Tempest are met by mages of the Silent School outside the Crown of Thorns We learn why[...]
'Aquaman' #28 Review: Those Are Some Spooky Ghosts
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Aquaman #28 Aquaman and Dolphin are still on the run from Krush's hitman, Kadaver, and things are beginning to look precarious for the former King of Atlantis. Meanwhile, Vulko and Odine, the emissary of the Widowhood, are in the catacombs beneath the Atlantean Treasury in the hopes of finding a way of shutting down the Crown[...]
Aquaman #26 Review: The King Continues To Rock
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Still on the run from the Corum Rath-controlled Drift, Aquaman and Dolphin have to make the decision to stand and fight After holding their own for a bit, Dolphin leads Arthur to a hideout deep within the Ninth Tride. However, the criminal underworld of Atlantis still hunts Aquaman and Dolphin. Mera, furious at what has happened[...]
Aquaman #25 Review: A Tense Story Aided By Incredible Art
Mera hastens to return to Atlantis to find her husband-to-be. (Spoilers) If you haven't guessed, that white-haired girl is Dolphin, a former regular in Aquaman comics, long-dead before Flashpoint. Aquaman #25 is an excellent comic The establishment of the new status quo of Aquaman and Atlantis is established with ease and skill The time jump is a[...]