In "Menace Of The Black Manta," Aquaman and Aqualad are attacked by a sinister black submarine. / Reptile-Men abduct Aqualad in "The Rampaging Reptile-Men." / The Justice League battles invaders in "...
The Brain tries to destroy Aquaman by forcing him to the surface in "Programmed For Destruction." / Aquaman explores a newly discovered aquatic planet in "The War Of The Quatix And The Bimphars." / ...
A repackaging of Aquaman's half of _"Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure, The" (1967)_, including the rotating spot of The Atom; The Flash; Green Lantern; Hawkman; those heroes plus Superman and sometimes Aquaman combined as The Justice League of America; and Aquaman's sidekick Aqualad, Flash's partner Kid Flash, boy bowman Speedy, and adolescent Amazon Wonder Girl, together as The Teen Titans.Written by
These days some young people take comic book heroes just so seriously and sometimes they struggle with the old stuff. I am a middle aged guy who sometimes likes to return to more harmless days of my youth by watching Batman (1966), Shazam! (1974) and Aquaman (1967).
Just watched Aquaman (1967) on DVD. Granted on first viewing I did struggle with the too simple plots, but then gave it a second go and totally warmed to the bright remastered colours, the voice artist work and the great music cues! Also, I love live-action Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (1964), so it is nice to have another 60s underwater series - even if it is a cartoon.
In a nutshell, old boys like me will love going down memory lane but young fans of today's CGI epics might might find it a bit too old school for them.
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