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    Superman: The Animated Series Aquaman Production Cel (Warner Brothers, 1999). Aquaman made his Superman series debut with the Season 3 episode, "A Fish Story." Here is an original hand-painted production cel of Aquaman from this episode, which first aired on 5/8/99. It was 50th episode of the series. This is a great action pose of Aquaman swimming under water, with an image size of 5". Cel is on a print background for presentation purposes. Warner Brothers seal is on the cel and studio COA is on back of frame. Matted with an opening of 9.5" x 8", and framed with Plexiglas for an overall size of 17.5" x 15". Frame is sold as-is; cel has minor handling wear. Very Good condition.

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