From the hall of Aquaman Shrine Imaginary Tales, comes...Surf and Turf!
As a lot of you know, on April 27 I took notice of Aquaman's then-sales figures (somewhere in the 200,000+ range) and tossed in a joke I thought up a long time ago, about a proposed Aquaman team-up title called Surf and Turf.
It seemed to strike quite a cord, so of course that got me a-designin', and a few short hours later I had put together the cover for the first issue. I promised Dixon that the first guest-star would be The Flash, so it was just a matter of coming up with the right, exciting image to adorn the first issue(which, of course, doesn't exist).
Mark Waid, doing such a great job on The Brave and The Bold Mk.2, would of course be the perfect choice to write the book. George Perez, not yet being able to split himself into multiple beings, obviously couldn't draw it, so I thought the team of Alan Davis and Paul Neary would be a great choice for the art. My imaginary storyline for the first few issues is that Aquaman teams up with various JLA members, culminating in Arthur's rejoining of the team in, say, the seventh or eigth issue. Then we can get to those crazy team-ups with The Creeper, Sgt.Rock, Lois Lane, etc.
I dunno, I'd buy this.