Human Race

Nick Name
Origin Galaxy
Milky Way
Star System




Garth (Aqualad/Tempest III)

Lori Lemaris


Orin (Aquaman)

Tula (Aquagirl)


Group Affiliation
Base of Operations
Atlantis, Atlantic Ocean
Body Type
Humanoid & Mermoid
Average Height
Normal human
Average Weight

Male: ~200 - 300 lbs.

Female: ~150 - 200 lbs.

Average Eye Type & Color
Normal human
Average Hair Type & Color
Normal human
Average Skin Type & Tone
Normal human
Mystical and ancient technology resembling the life forms of the ocean.
Known Powers

Ability to breath below the surface of water, super-human strength, speed, agility, stamina and keen eyesight adapted to the pressure and darkness of deep water depths.

Resources of Atlantis
Common Enemies

Black Manta

Ocean Master

Regularly Appearing

Aquaman Vol. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6

More Fun Comics

First Appearance
More Fun Comics #73 (Nov. 1941)

Mort Weisinger & Paul Norris

Note: The myth of Atlantis was first mentioned in literature by the Greek philosopher Plato in a parable about the perils of worshiping false gods.


The origin of the fabled kingdom of Atlantis span back more than 50,000 years.

The continent was one of the first places society flourished on Earth. Magic was the dominant source of power on the ancient continent, but in time science surpassed the mystic arts, although both are well known today by the under-sea inhabitants.

Roughly 10,000 years ago an unknown disaster would cause the great continent to sink into the ocean, with only two of its cities surviving; Poseidonis and Tritonis. The inhabitants of both cities had built protective domes before the disaster and were able to develop serums allowing them to breath underwater and leave the confining safety of their domes. The serum had an unusual effect on the citizens of Tritonis, spawning a race of mer-people. History records that both races resided in peace.

Roughly 3,000 years ago Atlantis would rise from the depths for a short time, at the hands of the mystically powerful Gamemnae. After her failed attempt to rule the ancient and eventually the modern world, Atlantis was once again sent to the bottom of the ocean where it resides today.