Welcome back to The Ballad of the Yellow Glove!
This is our second pass at what I have come to call The Ballad of the Yellow Glove, where poor Aquaman was bedeviled by either an indifferent colorist or sloppy printing, leaving the Sea King to not look his best--something that rarely, if ever--seemed to happen to his more famous co-horts, like Superman or Batman.
After finding eight or so examples the first time, I assumed there weren't that many more instances still to be discovered. But I was happily(?) wrong--here are some more times when Aquaman looked like he mixed his color on Laundry Day:
(Adventure Comics #462)
(DC Challenge #12)
Can't quite make out Aquaman in that large crowd? Let's zoom in:
This next one really hurt: on the editorial page of Aquaman Special #1 (1988), they dug out one of the classic Jose Luis Garcia Lopez stock shots to help fill the space. A nice gesture, yet:
And it wasn't just American printers! In France they did it, too:
...but it didn't stop with yellow gloves. Sometimes it was...yellow arms!
Or even...blue legs!
...and on the cover of the book, no less! That really hurts.
This ends our second take (in recording parlance) of The Ballad of Yellow Glove, we hope you sang along!