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  • Lagoon Boy
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  • Lagoon Boy appeared in Atlantis when the King decreed that outsider sea people be allowed into Atlantis despite the protests of many elitist Atlanteans. This is due to an attempt by Aquaman to make Atlantis more open to citizens living outside the city, by granting them citizenship. Lagoon Boy comes to the citizenship ceremony on the day of King Orin and Queen Mera's marriage. While there he befriends Blubber, a humanoid whale with a genius IQ and his assistant, Sheeva the Mermaid.
  • No writer has yet provided an origin story for Lagoon Boy. In his first appearance, he is allowed into Atlantis despite the protests of many elitist Atlanteans. This is due to an attempt by Aquaman to make Atlantis more open to citizens living outside the city, by granting them citizenship. Lagoon Boy comes to the citizenship ceremony on the day of King Orin and Queen Mera's marriage. While there he befriends Blubber, a humanoid whale with a genius IQ and his assistant, Sheeva. Aquaman #54 reveals that the three characters have begun calling themselves "The Landlubbers". Blubber creates a device which allows Atlanteans to view television from the surface world, and the trio head up to the surface world in order to explore and compare it to the television broadcasts they had seen. Their app
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  • Lagoon Boy
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  • Aquaman vol. 5 #50
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  • Lagoon Boy
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  • Lagoon Boy appeared in Atlantis when the King decreed that outsider sea people be allowed into Atlantis despite the protests of many elitist Atlanteans. This is due to an attempt by Aquaman to make Atlantis more open to citizens living outside the city, by granting them citizenship. Lagoon Boy comes to the citizenship ceremony on the day of King Orin and Queen Mera's marriage. While there he befriends Blubber, a humanoid whale with a genius IQ and his assistant, Sheeva the Mermaid. The three began calling themselves "The Landlubbers". Blubber creates a device which allows Atlanteans to view television from the surface world, and the trio become entranced with the surface world and head up to there in order to explore and compare it to the television broadcasts they had seen. They have fun running through New York City but their appearance creates a huge disturbance and the Coast Guard is quickly called in and shoots Blubber. Aquaman rescues the Landlubbers from persecution and sends them back to Atlantis. The male members of Young Justice (Superboy, Robin and Impulse), head for Gotham City to stop Kobra and they meet up with Lagoon Boy and they all team work together. He assists his King and Young Justice again when Klarion the Witch Boy and Doiby Dickles transform the JLA and the JSA into children and the young hero’s into adults including Lagoon Boy, First assisting Aquaman against Black Manta and later with all the hero’s against Klarion. After the fight was over he was changed back. Lagoon Boy enlists the aid of humpback whales in order to cause a riptide on the shores of the rogue nation of Zandia. Robin and Lagoon Boy team up to stop a sea monster from damaging Gotham Harbor and force its return to the sea. The Spectre gone mad sets out to destroy Atlantis wreaks havoc on its people. He is shown by many Atlanteans and their allies escaping the Spectre. Lagoon Boy was one of the few survivors after the city’s destruction. Over a year after Young Justice disbands, Lagoon Boy is recruited alongside several other obscure teenage heroes as part of a Teen Titans spin-off team known as the Titans East. Unfortunately, he and the rest of the Titans are severely injured after being attacked by the children of Trigon on a routine training exercise, Leaving him in a coma.
  • No writer has yet provided an origin story for Lagoon Boy. In his first appearance, he is allowed into Atlantis despite the protests of many elitist Atlanteans. This is due to an attempt by Aquaman to make Atlantis more open to citizens living outside the city, by granting them citizenship. Lagoon Boy comes to the citizenship ceremony on the day of King Orin and Queen Mera's marriage. While there he befriends Blubber, a humanoid whale with a genius IQ and his assistant, Sheeva. Aquaman #54 reveals that the three characters have begun calling themselves "The Landlubbers". Blubber creates a device which allows Atlanteans to view television from the surface world, and the trio head up to the surface world in order to explore and compare it to the television broadcasts they had seen. Their appearance creates a huge disturbance and the Coast Guard is quickly called in. Aquaman rescues the Landlubbers from persecution and sends them back to Atlantis. After Eric Larsen's run on Aquaman ended, the Landlubbers did not reappear in Aquaman. Lagoon Boy was used shortly before the end of Larsen's run by writer Chuck Dixon, who wrote the Young Justice Special #1 No Man's Land story. In the story, the male members of Young Justice (Superboy, Robin and Impulse), head for Gotham City and meet up with Lagoon Boy. They all team up to stop Kobra. Lagoon Boy reappears in Young Justice: Sins of Youth, where he is aged to adulthood. He helps Young Justice face off against Klarion the Witchboy and Black Manta, and assists the JSA, JLA and the Titans in ending the wild mixture of science and magic which had been causing the transformations. Lagoon Boy later displays the ability to command, or at least enlist the aid of, humpback whales in order to cause a riptide on the shores of the rogue nation of Zandia, aiding Young Justice in the process. Robin and Lagoon Boy team up to stop a sea monster from damaging Gotham Harbor and force its return to the sea. Lagoon Boy was last shown in Infinite Crisis as Spectre wreaks havoc on the people of Atlantis. He is shown fighting the Spectre alongside many Atlanteans and their allies. Lagoon Boy is one of the few survivors after the Spectre squashes the city. Lagoon Boy is seriously injured shortly after returning to action in Titans East Special #1 and is now in a coma.
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