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Arthur leaves to go after Manta, who takes off in his sub. Arthur strips down to better follow him, and Manta fires a torpedo at some rocks. Manta approaches Poseidonis with a troop of Tritonians.
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The King wants to bring out their weapons, but they have none left. Aquaman approaches, and Manta manages to fire some kind of headband at him, that electrifies his mind. As Aquaman pursues Manta, and evades his torpedoes, Manta reflects on his hatred of the sea, caused by being forced to work on boats as a youth, until he killed the mariners who press-ganged him into service.
Aquaman thinks about how Manta killed his child and caused Mera to leave. The whales get electrocuted, and we learn that one is the whale Aquaman saved in the first issue I guess for added dramatic effect? As Manta begins to swim to the surface, Aquaman summons some surgeonfish to rip holes in his outfit. As he gives up, we see a crazed looking version of him also glimpsed last issue saying that Aquaman is now his.
This is one of those comics.
In the real world, we see that Doctor Diade has saved Aquaman from his injuries, and that he has to figure out how to survive. In his dream, he sees his child and Mera, who is angry with him, and they fight. In reality, we see that all of this is being orchestrated by an older villain of his called Thanatos, who looks like him if he had a mullet, although in his dreams he kind of does have one and is wearing that 80s outfit. In his dream, Arthur fights Garth, and in reality, Vulko comes to see him. Back in his dream, Mera basically wants Arthur to choose between her and their son.
His refusal upsets Thanatos, and the scene drags on for a while, until ultimately, while being squeezed by some tentacle monster, Arthur rejects anger. Dream Aquaman refuses to fight, even when Dream Mera and Artie start hitting him. Aquaman wakes up, and talks to Vulko about his relationship with his family before going back to sleep. The issue ends on a hopeful note for Aquaman, and a bitter one for Thanatos. Most of issue eight is narrated by Nicodemus, the student of the Batman villain NKVDemon, who has become an assassin for hire.
He watches Aquaman on the news and begins to plan his assassination for that Wylie guy. In Crastinus, Aqualad and Aquaman argue some, because Garth is unhappy that Arthur dumped him back with the religious nuts that rejected him as a child, although it did allow Garth to recover from his injuries. Aquaman returns to New York where he meets with Mission who now has a first name — Richard. At the UN, Mission insists that Arthur wear a bulletproof vest.
He also talks about the damage being done to the environment and how that affects his people. We see that Nicodemus has set up a sniper rifle outside, and is waiting for Aquaman to come out and immerse himself in water he believes he has a minute limit on land. When the press conference after his address focuses on meaningless things, Aquaman gets angry and ends it.
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He and Mission come outside, as it begins to rain, and Aquaman senses that Nicodemus is going to shoot him, getting out of the way in time. He goes after the shooter and they begin to fight, with Aquaman taking some shots in the vest. Batman shows up and begins to fight Nicodemus while Aquaman recovers. Nicodemus takes off, and the two heroes speak briefly.
Batman provides information, but Aquaman insists on dealing with this problem his way, and goes after Nicodemus. He hurts his leg and pauses, again sensing that Nicodemus is going to shoot him just before it happens. He catches him, and they begin fighting hand-to-hand. Nicodemus tries to escape, and Aquaman finally takes the time to take off his suit, revealing his usual costume, before pursuing again. He manages to take him down just as the police arrive. Batman, disguised as a detective, talks to Arthur. Wylie and the Exchange, whatever that is. Their former member, Biff, happens to be working there, and he warns them off, but the well explodes, spraying oil everywhere.
We learn that King Thesily had chewed him out for acting as a hero in the Nicodemus affair.