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Aqualad

Jackson Hyde may have been taught by Aquaman himself, but the looming threat of his father, Black Manta, is never far from his mind.

A natural born leader and level-headed team player, Kaldur'ahm is an Atlantean/human hybrid who possesses the power to control and form water into solid constructs. Much like his mentor Aquaman, Kaldur was raised not knowing who his real parents were—something that, it turns out, may have been for the better, considering his biological father is Black Manta, Arthur’s sworn enemy.

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