I can tell I'm going to have to be more selective with the Atlantis stuff I link to. About half of what follows is totally goofy and makes me think that Atlantis isn't nearly as awesome a concept as I'd like it to be.
But then Doug McClure comes along to save the day.
The Legend of Atlantis
I'm not the kind of guy who can sit and watch an hour-long video on the Internet. Especially not an hour-long video that's only the first part of at least three that I can tell. But if you are that kind of person and you're interested in a cheesy, New Agey "documentary" about Atlantis and its outer-space forefathers, have I got something for you.
Atlantis vs. the United States
This one's even longer and crazier. If the first few minutes are representative of the whole thing, it suggests that a faction of the United States' forefathers intended for the US to continue the work started in Atlantis and that their Satan-worshiping heirs are still working towards that goal.
The United States of Atlantis
I'll take my Atlantis/US fiction written by Harry Turtledove, thanks.
Lords of Atlantis
Or, if you're in the mood for something a little older, there's always Wallace West.
Warlords of Atlantis
Or or, for those of us without a lot of time to read...
Unfortunately, it isn't available on DVD.
Brave and the Bold's Aquaman
I think I've posted some of this before, but here are a couple of good looks at Aquaman as he appears in the upcoming Batman: The Brave and the Bold cartoon (debuting November 14th). I've already got TiVo set up and ready to go.
How to Make an Underwater City
PhotoShop Talent shows you how.
Donovan's "Atlantis" and Other Greatness
More goofy-ass Atlantis music can be found at Alex V. Cook's blog.