...And Superman didn't save anyone from the Hindenburg! What a dick!
When disasters arise, comic writers should take bets on the outcome and write how their hero would save those involved. If things don't go as planned, the losing writers either have to kill off the hero and force them into a life of permanent shame and disgrace.
That's why the main character of Brian K. Vaughan's 'Ex Machina' is the greatest superhero: he partially prevented the 9/11 attacks. How many other superheroes can say that?
The Homelander was 9/11.
Aquaman could not have saved anyone on the Titanic. The Titanic sunk in 1912. Aquaman did not come into existence (as a character) till 1941. More importantly of course is that his (assorted) origin stories (Original, Crisis on Infinite Earths, etc.) would have him either too young (or not existent at all yet) at the time of the Titanic sinking.
Yeah, y'know THAT and the fact that he isn't REAL.
How dare you, sir! Comics are TRUTH!
"Don't worry folks! Aquaman is he- HOLY SHIT IS THIS WATER COLD. Never mind. I'm outta here."
Excuse my ignorance, but aren't Atlanteans usually on the 'Death to the surface dwellers!' side of the equation. I mean, the North Atlantic a BIG place and that iceberg just 'happened' to end up in front of a cruise ship too late to turn away?I'm thinking the reason Jack didn't get on that board is 'someone' was pulling at his legs-Rose had to rationalize it somehow.
For The Win!
Then he must REALLY be pissed at Namor, who is much older than Aquaman.
Yeah, and all of those people in the Cameron documentary where ass-holes.
Who do you think sent the whales and the giant dog-nosed octopus?
Aquaman would have made it a better movie.
You know, I hadn't really thought about it, but now that you mention it...No. No, it would still have sucked.Never mind.
What the... you... I don't even... OHHH MY GOD... kid, you just sounded so stupid, MY head is hurting...