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|SuperFriends Comic Book Character|
|Real name:||Loren Jupiter|
Wealthy philanthropist Loren Jupiter, a friend of Bruce Wayne’s had started a secret training project for teenagers in an effort to help create a better world.
In the parallel-universe of Earth-One, after the accidental death of pacifist Arthur Swenson – a death the Teen Titans (Robin, Wonder Girl, Kid Flash and Speedy) were unable to prevent. Loren had their new friend, Lilith Clay invite them to abandon their superhero guises and join his project. All, but Robin accepted. Robin wanted finish school and devote more time the SuperFriends. The Titans were joined by some old friends who were also present at the death of Arthur Swenson: Hank and Don Hall.
On their first mission, they met Mal Duncan, a street kid from Hells Corner. They were impressed with his boxing skills and asked them to join them in Mr. Jupiter’s training program. Mal then learns the Teen Titans’ secret identities.
After a few years in the training program, the Titans decided to take sometime off from working together, leaving Mal in charge of the Jupiter Labs. Gnarrk, who had lived at the base, apparently accompanied Lilith to California at this time. When the Titans re-grouped two years later, they put back on the costumes and left the training program.
Jupiter Lab’s American Base
Jupiter-Labs Verona, Italy
Loren did not appear in any episodes of the Superfriends.
- Super Friends, Vol. 2 #3 (Feb. 1, 1977) -- Teen Titans Mentioned
- Super Friends, Vol. 2 #7 (Oct, 1, 1977) -- Robin is absent and is said to be busy helping the Titans.
- Mr. Jupiter first appeared in Teen Titans, #25 (February, 1970).
- ↑ Conjecture based on the history within the Earth-1A universe.
- ↑ As revealed in Teen Titans, #25 (February, 1970).
- ↑ As seen in Teen Titans, Vol. 1 #26 (April, 1970).
- ↑ Robin is said to helping in the Teen Titans in the following issues: Teen Titans, #50; issue #51 and issue #52 (Oct. -- Dec. 1977).