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The following is a brief overview of the various characters that were secondary (therefore, recurring) to the main characters in the animated Super Friends series.
Batman supporting characters
- See also: List of Batman supporting characters
Commissioner James Gordon
Gordon makes two appearances in Super Friends. He first appeared in Challenge of the Super Friends, episode "Superfriends: Rest in Peace" voiced by Danny Dark. Riddler and Cheetah hold Gordon hostage so they can kill Batman with the Noxium crystal.
The second is in The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians, episode "The Fear". Along with Jonathan Crane, Gordon is trying to find and arrest the Scarecrow. Gordon and Batman are both unaware that Crane is the Scarecrow.
He also appeared in some of the comics related to the show.
Flash supporting characters
- See also: List of Flash supporting characters
Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) supporting characters
- See also: List of Intergalactic Space Patrolman
Superman supporting characters
- See also: List of Superman supporting characters
Lois Lane has also made some appearances in the Super Friends series. Lois makes an appearance in "Superfriends: Rest in Peace" from the Challenge of the Super Friends season. In The World's Greatest Super Friends season, Lois appears in the episode "Lex Luthor Strikes Back". Lois also makes two cameo appearances in the Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show season in the cartoons "The Bride of Darkseid" and "Reflections in Crime".
In the Super Friends animated series, he "appears" in the second episode of The World's Greatest Super Friends season, 'Lex Luthor Strikes Back', with Lois Lane. However, it turned out it wasn't Jimmy at all, but Lex Luthor's henchman Orville Gump in disguise.
Wonder Woman supporting characters
In 1978, an animated Queen Hippolyta was shown in the Challenge of the Super Friends episodes Secret Origins of the Superfriends and Superfriends: Rest in Peace. In 1980, Queen Hippolyta (blonde hair) appeared in the short, "Return of Atlantis."
In Super Friends, he is mentioned in Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show in the episode "The Bride of Darkseid (Part Two)", when Wonder Woman announces: "I have a date with Steve Trevor tonight...which dress should I wear?" He is also seen in the episode "Mr. Mxyzptlk and the Magic Lamp," although only a brief cameo, he has no dialogue. He later appears in an episode of The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians, where he is revealed to be an astronaut. That episode was called "The Darkseid Deception."
|Television Series||Super Friends (1973) • The All-New Super Friends Hour (1977) • Challenge of the Super Friends (1978) • The World’s Greatest Super Friends (1979) • SuperFriends (1980) • SuperFriends (1981) • SuperFriends (1983) • SuperFriends: The Legendary Super Powers Show (1984) • The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians (1985)|
|Production & Distribution||Hanna-Barbera • LBS Communications • Warner Bros. Television|
|Characters||Super Friends Members • Supporting Characters • Villains • Super Friends comic book characters • Aquaman enemies • Batman enemies • Flash enemies • Green Lantern enemies • Hawkman enemies • Superman enemies • Wonder Woman enemies|
|Merchandise||Super Powers toyline and products • Super Friends, comic book (1976-1981) • Super Powers Minicomics (1984-1985) • Super Powers comic book collection (1984-1986)|
|Miscellania||SuperFriends in Other Media • Planets • Cities • Real World Articles • Known Universes • Earth-1A Timeline|