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This Wiki is dedicated to Hanna-Barbera's SuperFriends that aired on Abc-logo.jpg from 1973-1985.

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Marc Tyler Nobleman was able to interview 28 voice actors, writers, and animators from the Super Friends series!

To get started, go to “Super Friends” — Introduction at Noblemania.

This is part of a larger series entitled, 'Super ‘70s and ‘80s'.

SuperFriends: Heroes and Villains

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Sinestro and Captain Cold travel through time via the Time conveyor

Time travel is a method used for transporting one's self or someone else to another point in history, or in the future. Time itself is referred to as the Fourth dimension. When that dimensional barrier is broken, time travel is possible.

Time travel is a method used for transporting one's self or someone else to another point in history, or in the future. Time itself is referred to as the Fourth dimension. When that dimensional barrier is broken, time travel is possible.

The science of time travel is referred to as temporal mechanics. Rip Hunter, inventor of the Time Sphere, and a time traveler in his own right, is an expert in the field of temporal mechanics.

Related Animated Series

Pre-SuperFriends Shows
Superman Cartoon (1940's)The New Adventures of Superman (1966-1970) • The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure (1967-1968) • The Batman/Superman Hour (1968-1969)

Spin-offs/Contemporaries:
Shazam! - live-action (1974) • The Secrets of Isis - live-action (1975) • The New Adventures of Batman (1977) • Space Sentinels (TV series) (1977) • The Freedom Force (1978) • The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show (1979-1981) • Legends of the Superheroes - live-action (1979) • The Kid Super Power Hour with Shazam! (1981) • Super Powers (1985) • Superman (TV series) (1988) • Swamp Thing (TV series) (1991) • The Superman/Batman Adventures (1995) • The Aquaman & Friends Action Hour (2003) • MAD (2010)

Other DC Comics animation:
DC Super FriendsWildC.A.T.S (TV series)Gen¹³ (film)

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Celebrating 30 years of the greatest action figures! (1984-2014)

About the SuperFriends

Since the 1960’s superhero cartoons had received good ratings there was interest in the early 1970’s in creating a new series; despite interest groups protesting alleged violent content.

Hanna-Barbera took the reigns and produced a new series based on the DC Comics concept of the Justice League of America called Super Friends.

Debuting on ABC on September 8th, 1973, the Super Friends concept would go through various incarnations providing DC Comics fans adventures through 1985 on ABC.

The series was successful enough to merit a Super Friends (comic book) series helmed by E. Nelson Bridwell that ran from 1976 to 1981.

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Superfriends Montage remix

Michael Kohler on Boomerang put this together

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Superfriends - Entire Cast Opening Credits

Superheroes United!! Fan-made Roll Call

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Legion Of Doom Roll Call

Legion of Doom Roll Call


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