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Aquaman 2’s Surprise Only Murders In The Building Star Cameo Explained

Making his debut in DC Comics in Aquaman #54 in 1999, Kingfish was a far more intimidating threat to Arthur than in the James Wan film. Hoping to take over Atlantis and snatch the throne from Aquaman, Kingfish used a toxin from Gindola fish to drive his subjects insane and turn on our hero, sending the kingdom into chaos. Kingfish’s tactic spanned six issues before, thankfully, the Aqua-fam managed to end Kingfish’s plans.

While that kind of threat level doesn’t present itself in “The Lost Kingdom,” the chances of Kingfish making a comeback are unlikely. The evidence all but confirms that Jason Momoa is officially done as the King of Atlantis now that the new DCU is on the way. So, chances of Short’s returning stint as Kingfish have washed away with it. There might be an opportunity for Short to fill a voice slot in Gunn’s DC Universe in the future somewhere, but there’s no telling what the future may hold.

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