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Shows that Seem to Share Canon with Hanna-Barbera's Superfriends

By stating that these shows 'share canon', means that they may be part of the Earth-1A universe.

- In the late 1960's, before Hanna-Barbera's Superfriends were born, Filmation created cartoons of some DC heroes in their own solo adventures.

1967 marks the first animated appearance of the Justice League. They were in three separate segments.

- In 1972, Batman and Robin appeared in 2 crossover episodes of The New Scooby-Doo Movies (1972-1973).

- In the late 1970's, Filmation would try once again with DC heroes Batman and Robin.

- In 1979, Ruby-Spears Productions released a series starring Plastic Man in his own solo adventures.

The Plastic Man episode Superstein (fall of 1979) is directly linked to The World’s Greatest Super Friends episode The Superfriends Meet Frankenstein (fall of 1979).
Dr. Frankenstein's sidekick, Gork, (who was obviously inspired by Igor) appears in both episodes, with the same voice actor and a similar character design.

- In January 1979, Hanna-Barbera produced two (live-action) one-hour TV specials based on the SuperFriends cartoon.

- In 1981, a new series created by Filmation is aired starring Captain Marvel.

- In 1988, a new series created by Ruby-Spears Productions featured a solo Superman.

B.J. Ward reprises her role as Wonder Woman