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==Notes==
 
==Notes==
 
* Footnotes try to establish continuity with ''[[Earth-One]]''.<ref>Go to the [http://dc.wikia.com/ ''DC Database''] for more on [http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Earth-One Earth-One].</ref> What ends up happening is that fans designate ''SuperFriends universe'' either [[Earth-1A]] or [[Earth-B]].
 
* Footnotes try to establish continuity with ''[[Earth-One]]''.<ref>Go to the [http://dc.wikia.com/ ''DC Database''] for more on [http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Earth-One Earth-One].</ref> What ends up happening is that fans designate ''SuperFriends universe'' either [[Earth-1A]] or [[Earth-B]].
* Bridwell makes it very clear that the [[Justice League| SuperFriends]] are sort of a volunteer organization, under the umbrella of the [[Justice League of America]].
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* Writer [[E. Nelson Bridwell]] makes it very clear that the [[Justice League| SuperFriends]] are sort of a volunteer organization, under the umbrella of the [[Justice League of America]].
 
* Bridwell also takes the time to explain that [[Robin]] is not a Justice League member.
 
* Bridwell also takes the time to explain that [[Robin]] is not a Justice League member.
* In the letters column of this issue, writer [[E. Nelson Bridwell]] explains that [[Marvin White]] is the son of [[Daniel White]] and [[Diana Prince White]] (the nurse whose name [[Wonder Woman]] took when she came to Man's World), and [[Wendy Harris]] is the niece of [[Harvey Harris]], old mentor to the [[Batman]].
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* In the letters column of this issue, Bridwell explains that [[Marvin White]] is the son of [[Daniel White]] and [[Diana Prince White]] (the nurse whose name [[Wonder Woman]] took when she came to Man's World), and [[Wendy Harris]] is the niece of [[Harvey Harris]], old mentor to the [[Batman]].
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* Bridwell also explains in the letters column of this issue, that Wendy may have been the [[Earth-One]] (actually [[Earth-1A]]) version of the [[Earth-Two]] character, ''[[Wendi Harris Tyler]]'', wife of the first [[Hourman]].
 
* The ''Toyman'' seen in this issue is [[Winslow Schott]], whereas the character depicted in the continuity of the cartoon was believed to be [[Jack Nimball]], the second ''Toyman''.
 
* The ''Toyman'' seen in this issue is [[Winslow Schott]], whereas the character depicted in the continuity of the cartoon was believed to be [[Jack Nimball]], the second ''Toyman''.
   

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November 1976
“The Fury of the Super Foes”
(17 pages)
Pencilers
Ric Estrada
Joe Orlando
Inkers
Vince Colletta
Colorer
Jerry Serpe
Letterer
Milt Snappin
Editors
Joe Orlando
Publisher
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The Fury of the Super Foes

The Fury of the Super Foes (CB Story)

The Super Friends go to three separate locations to stop a band of their old enemies and their protégés from stealing the components of a super-robot found at three secret labs.  The technology behind this super-robot is 'Project SR'.  A secret ultimate weapon for peace. A robot to end warfare. Super intelligent and indestructable. Its being assembled in three parts at three seperate labs. 

Story continues in next issue.


Featured Characters

Supporting Characters

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Super Robot

Villains

First Appearance


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Notes

References

  1. Go to the DC Database for more on Earth-One.
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