Alias


Aquagirl
Nick Name
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Civilian ID

Aquagirl I

Lisa Morel


Aquagirl II

Selena


Aquagirl III

Tula


Aquagirl IV

Lorena Marquez


Occupation

Aquagirl III

Juvenile


Aquagirl IV

Adventurer

Juvenile


Legal Status

Aquagirl III

Citizen of Atlantis with no criminal record.


Aquagirl IV

Citizen of the United States with no criminal record.


Nation or Planet of Origin

Aquagirl III

Atlantis


Aquagirl IV

San Diego, California


Group Affiliation

Aquagirl III

Atlantians

Teen Titans


Aquagirl IV

None


Base of Operations

Aquagirl III

Atlantis


Aquagirl IV

Sub Diego, California


Height

Aquagirl III

5' 5"


Aquagirl IV

5' 5"


Weight

Aquagirl III

120 lbs.


Aquagirl IV

120 lbs.


Eye Color

Aquagirl III

Blue


Aquagirl IV

Blue


Hair Color

Aquagirl III

Brown


Aquagirl IV

Black


Known Powers

Aquagirl III

Biologically typical Atlantian with an ability to breath below the surface of water possessing superhuman strength, speed, agility, stamina and keen eyesight adapted to the pressure and darkness of deep water depths.


Limited telepathic abilities.


Note: Like all Atlantians Tula can only survive outside of water for about one hour.


Aquagirl IV

Biologically altered human with an ability to breath below the surface of water possessing superhuman strength, speed, agility, stamina and keen eyesight adapted to the pressure and darkness of deep water depths.


Note: Like all Sub Diegans, Marquez can only survive outside of water for a short period of time.


Accessories
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Common Enemies

Aquagirl III

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Aquagirl IV

Ocean Master


Regularly Appearing

Aquagirl III

Aquaman Vol. 1


Aquagirl IV

Aquaman Vol. 7


First Appearance

Aquagirl I

Adventure Comics #266 (Nov. 1959)


Aquagirl II

World's Finest Comics #133 (May, 1963)


Aquagirl III

Aquaman Vol. 1 #33 (May - June, 1967)


Lorena

Aquaman Vol. 7 #16 (May, 2004)


Aquagirl IV

Aquaman Vol. 7 #26 (March, 2005)


Creator

Aquagirl I

Robert Bernstein & Ramona Fradon


Aquagirl II

Jack Miller & Ramona Fradon


Aquagirl III

Bob Haney & Nick Cardy


Lorena

Will Pfeifer & Patrick Gleason


Aquagirl IV

John Arcudi & Patrick Gleason


Origin

Aquagirl I & II

The first two Atlanteans young women to temporarily assume the name Aquagirl were Lisa Morel and Selena.


Aquagirl III

Orphaned at birth, Tula was adopted by the royal family ofAtlantis. When she became a teenager she met and fell in love with Aqualad. It was this relationship and subsequent adventures which earned her a place among the Teen Titans as Aquagirl.


Aquagirl IV

After the destruction of San Diego when it was swallowed by the ocean, Lorena along with thousand of other survivors found to their surprise they could breath underwater. It was later revealed that the former residents of San Diego had been genetically altered to survive the floods predicted due to global climate change.


Lorena was one of the first people to leave their hiding places to return to the surface world - an act of bravery considering she could no longer breath air. Rescued by Aquaman she was taken to the Justice League Moon Base and mentally probed by the Martian Manhunter to discover what may have happened to the city - he discovered great horrors in images of a flood but hope in images of the survivors.


Aquaman brought help from the surface world to rebuild the city now dubbed Sub Diego as well as order and leadership borne of years as a hero and the sovereign ofAtlantis. Lorena maintained a relationship with the under-sea avenger accompanying him in his missions and eventually becoming known as Aquagirl.


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