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 Super Friends

Super Friends No. 1
November 1976
Cover: Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Superman, Batman, Robin, Wonderdog, Wendy, and Marvin leaping out of television at Toyman, Poison Ivy, Cheetah, Penguin, and Human Flying Fish //Ernie Chua (signed)
Story: “The Fury of the Super Foes” (17 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Pencillers: Ric Estrada, Joe Orlando
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Milt Snappin
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman (Arthur Curry), Batman (Bruce Wayne), Robin (Dick Grayson), Superman (Kal-El, aka Clark Kent), Wonder Woman (Princess Diana, aka Diana Prince); all of Earth-1A; first appearance for all; see Comment below)
Supporting Characters: Wendy Harris, Marvin White, Wonderdog, Dr. Michaels (first appearance for all)
Intro: Dr. Street
Villains: The Super Foes (The Penguin (Oswald Chesterfield Cobblepot), the Chick, Toyman (Winslow P. Schott), Toyboy, Poison Ivy (Pamela Isley), Honeysuckle, the Cheetah (Priscilla Rich), the Kitten, the Human Flying Fish, Sardine (all of Earth-1A; first appearance for all; see Comment below))
Comments: Story continues in next issue.
 The characters in SUPER FRIENDS are not the same ones who appear in mainstream Earth-1 comics, despite some footnotes to that effect in other comics.  They do, however, live in an offshoot of the Earth-1 universe, which we have labelled Earth-1A.
 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, and Wendy Harris is the niece of Harvey Harris, old mentor to the Batman.
Synopsis: The Super Friends go to three separate locations to stop a band of their old enemies and their enemies’ proteges from stealing the components of a super-robot.

Super Friends No. 2
December 1976
Cover: Penguin and super-robot vs. Superman, Wendy, Wonderdog, Marvin, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Batman, and Robin //Ernie Chan? / Vince Colletta
Story: “Trapped By the Super-Foes” (17 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writer:  E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ric Estrada
Inker: Vince Colletta
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Intro: The Flash (Barry Allen of Earth-1A; first appearance; next appears in issue #?), Krypto (of Earth-1A; first and only appearance)
Supporting Characters: Wendy Harris, Marvin White, Wonderdog, Dr. Michaels (last appearance)
Villains: The Super Foes (The Penguin, the Chick, Toyman, Toyboy, Poison Ivy, Honeysuckle, the Cheetah, the Kitten, the Human Flying Fish, Sardine (last appearance for all), the Toyman (next appears in issue #41)), a giant robot (first appearance; destroyed in this story)
Synopsis: The proteges of the Super Foes have second thoughts about their allegiances as the Penguin’s plan bears fruit.

Super Friends No. 3
February 1977
Cover: World Beater vs. Superman, Aquaman, Wonderdog, Wendy, Marvin, and Wonder Woman //Ramona Fradon
Story: “The Cosmic Hit Man?”  (17 pages)
Editor: Denny O’Neil
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
GS: The Flash (next appears in issue #7)
Intro: Atom (Ray Palmer; next appears in issue #6), Green Arrow (Oliver Queen), Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Hawkman (Katar Hol, aka Carter Hall; all of Earth-1A; all appear, with the Flash and the Super Friends, as the Justice League of America of Earth-1A; all next appear in issue #7), Queen Hippolyte (of Earth-1A; in cameo flashback; first appearance)
Supporting Characters: Wendy Harris, Marvin White, Wonderdog
Villains: Spectrum, Anti-Man, Thunderhead, Powerhouse, the Traveler, the Apparition, Turncoat, Ultra-Light, Firelord, Sub-Zero, Bombshell, and other super-villains ( first appearance for all; all die in this story), World Beater (first appearance; next appears in issue #46), Dr. Indrom (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: An alien scientist destroys over 100 super-villains to transfer their power to an android who defeats all the heroes of the Earth, except the Super Friends.

Super Friends No. 4
April 1977
Cover: Wonderdog, Wendy, Marvin, Wonder Woman, Superman, Batman, and Robin vs. Skyrocket; Riddler vignette //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith
Story: “Riddles and Rockets” (17 pages)
Editor: Denny O’Neil
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Wendy Harris, Marvin White, Wonderdog, Commissioner James W. Gordon (of Earth-1A; next appears in issue #6), Jeanine Gale (first appearance for last two)
Intro: Jeanine Gale, Sir Harvey Arden
Villains: The Riddler (of Earth-1A; Edward E. Nigma), Skyrocket (first and only appearance for both)
Synopsis: The Super Friends must deal with the dual crimes of the Riddler and the Skyrocket.

Super Friends No. 5
June 1977
Cover: Greenback vs. Batman, Marvin, Aquaman, Wendy, and Wonderdog as Superman and Wonder Woman host telethon on TV //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “Telethon Treachery” (17 pages)
Editor: Denny O’Neil
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Wendy Harris, Marvin White, Wonderdog, Alfred Pennyworth (of Earth-1A; first appearance; next appears in issue #26), Jeanine Gale (next appears in issue #14)
Intro: Larry Davis (of Earth-1A; counterpart of ME Comics’s Funnyman), Carlo Di Rienzi (of Earth-1A; Secret Six member), Linda Turner (of Earth-1A; counterpart of Harvey Comics’s Black Cat)
Villains: Greenback and his gang (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: This story mentions Anthony Stark (Iron Man of Marvel Comics), Scott Free (Mr. Miracle), Kathy Kane (Batwoman), Daphne Dean, Steve Lombard, Dexter Myles, Chip O’Doole, Wilfred Pennyworth, Gregory Reed, and Zatanna, all establishing them within the Earth-1A universe.
Synopsis: Greenback, a villain who uses money as a weapon, kidnaps Bruce Wayne for ransom while the Super Friends are staging a telethon.

Super Friends No. 6
August 1977
Cover: Menagerie Man and his apes vs. Atom, Wonderdog, Wendy, Marvin, Batman, Superman, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, and Robin //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith
Story: “The Menace of the Menagerie Man” (17 pages)
Editor: Denny O’Neil
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
GS: Atom (last appearance in issue #3; origin revealed in this story)
Supporting Characters: Wendy Harris, Marvin White, Wonderdog, Commissioner Gordon (between issues #4 / 32)
Cameo appearance: Jean Loring (of Earth-1A; in flashback; first and only appearance)
Villain: Menagerie Man (first appearance; next appears in issue #19)
Synopsis: The Super Friends tackle the Menagerie Man, a villain who can cause animal aides to appear seemingly from nowhere.

Super Friends No. 7
October 1977
Cover: Wonderdog, Marvin, Zan, Jayna, Superman, Robin, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Batman, and Wendy vs. Grax //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “The Warning of the Wonder Twins” (17 pages)
Editor: Denny O’Neil
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
GS: Green Arrow, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Flash (last appearance for all in issue #3)
Intro: Hawkgirl (Shayera Hol, aka Shiera Hall), Elongated Man (Ralph Dibny; both of Earth-1A; appear with all the above characters except Robin as the Justice League of America), the Seraph (Chaim Lavon; next appears in issue #25), Godiva (next appears in issue #45), Impala, Owlwoman (only appearance for both)
Supporting Characters: The Wonder Twins (Zan and Jayna), Gleek (first appearance of all; last chronological appearance in flashback in issue #14), Wendy Harris, Marvin White, Wonderdog
Villain: Grax (of Earth-1A; first appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Two youths from space crash-land on Earth and inform Wendy and Marvin that Grax, Superman’s old enemy, has seeded the Earth with 12 deadly bombs.  The Justice League opts to team with the heroes of other nations to defuse them.

Super Friends No. 8
November 1977
Cover: Dinosaur holding Red Tornado and bomb; vignette of Superman, Wendy, Aquaman, Batman, Marvin, Robin, Wonder Woman, Zan, Jayna, and Gleek //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “The Mind Killers” (17 pages)
Editor: Denny O’Neil
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Clem Robins
Colorist: Liz Berube
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
GS: Flash, Atom, Green Lantern, Green Arrow
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek, Wendy Harris, Marvin White, Wonderdog
Intro: Red Tornado (John Smith), Black Canary (Dinah Lance; both of Earth-1A), the Rising Sun (next appears in issue #45), Jack O’Lantern (Daniel Cormac; last chronological appearance in flashback in issue #37; next appears in issue #37), Tuatara (next appears in issue #18), Bushmaster (next appears in issue #45), Thunderlord (only appearance)
Villain: Grax
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: The Justice League and their international hero friends strive to render inert the rest of Grax’s bombs, but are playing against time.

Super Friends No. 9
December 1977
Cover: Grax, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Batman, Hawkman, Superman, Green Arrow, and Robin watching Icemaiden disarm bomb //Ramona Fradon / Vince Colletta (signed)
Story: “Three Ways to Kill a World” (17 pages)
Editor: Denny O’Neil
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
GS: Green Arrow, Hawkman (next appears in issue #33), Flash (next appears in issue #23), Green Lantern (next appears in issue #25), Hawkgirl
Supporting Characters: Marvin White, Wendi Harris (both next appear in issue #26), Wonderdog (last appearance), Zan, Jayna
Intro: Tasmanian Devil (next appears in issue #25), Little Mermaid (Ulla), the Olympian (both next appear in issue #45), Icemaiden (only appearance)
Villains: Grax (next appears in issue #38), Colonel Conquest (first and only appearance)
Comment: This story reveals that Wendy goes to Paradise Island for Amazon training, while Marvin goes on to college.
Synopsis: While the JLA tries to finish the last of Grax’s bombs, Grax himself strikes at the Hall of Justice.

Super Friends No. 10
February-March 1978
Cover: Superior Man, Fangclaw, Batwoman, Stretch Man, Robin, Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Jayna, Zan //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith
Story: “The Monster Menace” (17 pages)
Editor: Larry Hama
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek, Prof. Carter Nichols (of Earth-1A; first appearance; next appears in issue #17)
Intro: Batman, Batwoman, Superior Man, Fangclaw, Stretch Man, Subsea Man, Green Lantern (all of an alien world; only appearance for all)
Cameo appearances: Abin Sur, Guardians of the Universe (of Earth-1A; in flashback; first and only appearance for all), Hal Jordan (in flashback)
Villains: Char Ymot (aka Cherry Mott; first and only appearance), Sinestro (of Earth-1A; in flashback; first appearance; next appears in issue #45)
Synopsis: The Super Friends and their two young alien allies must take on a crew of monstrous beings who are after two treasures.

Super Friends No. 11
April-May 1978
Cover: Kingslayer and his gang vs. Robin, Wonder Woman, Batman, Jayna, Superman, Zan, and Aquaman //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith
Story: “Kingslayer” (17 pages)
Editor: Larry Hama
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Gene D’Angelo
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Steve Howard (of Earth-1A; first appearance; next appears in issue #22), Zan, Jayna
Intro:  Prince Mark, King Vulko, Princess Evalina, Prince Ali, Queen Astrid, Solovar (all of Earth-1A; only appearance for all)
Villains: Overlord (Sandor Fane; first appearance), Kingslayer and his gang (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: The Super Friends must stop Kingslayer from killing six rulers.

Super Friends No. 12
June-July 1978
Cover: TNT vs. Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Zan, and Jayna //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith
Story: “The Atomic Twosome” (17 pages)
Editor: Larry Hama
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Gene D’Angelo
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Carter Nichols, Gleek
Intro: TNT (Thomas N. Tyler), Dan the Dyna-Mite (Danny Dunbar; origin of both revealed), Van-Zee (Nightwing), Ak-Var (Flamebird; all of Earth-1A; only appearance for all), Dr. Mist
Comment: Even though TNT and Dan appear in SUPERMAN FAMILY #190, they come in from an Earth-1 adventure that parallels the one in this story.
Synopsis: Two radiation-based heroes from the past, TNT and Dan the Dyna-Mite, have lost control of their powers, and the Super Friends must find a way to capture them and remedy their situation.

Super Friends No. 13
August-September 1978
Cover: Mole-creature, Wonder Woman, Jayna, Robin, Superman, Aquaman, Zan, and Batman //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “The Mindless Immortal” (17 pages)
Editor: Larry Hama
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Jean Simek
Colorist: Gene D’Angelo
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek
GS: Doctor Mist (next appears in issue #45)
Villain: The mole creature (first and only appearance)
Comment: This story incorporates elements of the She series of novels written by H. Rider Haggard.
Synopsis: Dr. Mist, a mysterious hero, lets the Super Friends know where a mole creature is expected to strike.

Super Friends No. 14
October-November 1978
Cover: Salamander, ?, ?, and ? vs. Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and bird; Wonder Twins vignette //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith
Story: “Elementary” (17 pages)
Editor: Larry Hama
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Shelly Leferman
Colorist: Gene D’Angelo
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek
Intro: The Elementals (Ginger O’Shea (the Salamander), Grant Arden (the Gnome), the Undine (Crystal Marr; first appearance for all), the Sylph (Jeanine Gale; last appearance in issue #5))
Villain: The Overlord (last appearance in issue #12)
Synopsis: The Super Friends face the Elementals, a quartet of opponents who command the powers of earth, fire, air, and water.

Story: “The Origin of the Wonder Twins” (8 pages)
Editor: Larry Hama
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Kurt Schaffenberger
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Gene D’Angelo
Feature Characters: The Wonder Twins (Zan, Jayna; both also appear in flashback, their earliest chronological appearance, preceding their introduction in issue #7; origin revealed in this story)
GS: Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman), the Elementals (Gnome, Salamander, Sylph, Undine), Gleek (also appears in flashback, his earliest appearance, preceding his introduction in issue #7)
Supporting Characters: Fonas, Rua (Zan and Jayna’s parents; in flashback; first appearance for both; both die in this story)
Intro: Illik the Laughmaker, Exorians (all in flashback; next appear in issue #21)
Cameo appearance: Grax (in flashback)
Villain: Dentwil (in flashback; first and only appearance)
Synopsis: The Wonder Twins reveal the secrets of their origin to the Super Friends.

Super Friends No. 15
December 1978
Cover: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Zan, and Jayna in meteor shower over Paradise Island //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “The Overlord Goes Under” (17 pages)
Editor: Larry Hama
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
GS: Elementals (Gnome, Salamander, Sylph, Undine)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek
Villains: Overlord, Underling (becomes Overlord II in this story; next appears in issue #25)
Synopsis: The Overlord strikes at four different locations with the powers of earth, air, fire, and water.

Super Friends No. 16
January 1979
Cover: Pyval and the Cvag caging Zan, Jayna, Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and Gleek in space //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “The People Who Stole the Sky” (17 pages)
Editor: Larry Hama
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Gene D’Angelo
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek
Villains: Pywal, the Cvag (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: The Super Friends face a race of aliens who intend to prevent all Earthlings from flying.

Super Friends No. 17
February 1979
Cover: Superman, Aquaman, Zan, and Gleek vs. Bahom //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “Trapped In Two Worlds” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek, Prof. Carter Nichols (last appearance in issue #10), Queen Hippolyte (first actual appearance)
Intro: Lyla Lerrol (of Krypton-1A), Bahom and water-people (first and only appearance for all)
Villain: The Time Trapper (of Earth-1A; first appearance)
Comments: Story continues in next issue.
 This story confirms that, at least in the Earth-1A universe, the Time Trapper is the same character as Ty M. Master from WONDER WOMAN #101.  It also reaffirms the fact that both Superman and normal mortals gain extra strength under a blue or white star.
Synopsis: The Time Trapper sabotages Prof. Nichols’s time machine and throws Jan and Zayna across time and space into deathtraps.

Super Friends No. 18
March 1979
Cover: Time Trapper vs. Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Wonder Woman, Jayna, Superman, and Zan //Kurt Schaffenberger (signed)
Story: “Manhunt In Time” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek, Prof. Carter Nichols (next appears in issue #26)
GS: Tuatara (last appearance in issue #8)
Intro: Queen Isabella of Spain, Archbishop of Toledo, Thomas Edison (all of Earth-1A; only appearance for all)
Villain: The Time Trapper (next appears in issue #46)
Synopsis: Prof. Carter Nichols sends the Super Friends back in time through hypnosis to deal with the Time Trapper’s menaces.

Super Friends No. 19
April 1979
Cover: Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, Zan, and Jayna vs. thieving animals //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “The Mystery of the Missing Monkey” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek
Villain: Menagerie Man (between issues #6 / 33)
Synopsis: The Menagerie Man kidnaps Gleek and trains him to be a thief.

Super Friends No. 20
May 1979
Cover: Killer trees vs. Superman, Zan, Jayna, Batman, and Wonder Woman //Kurt Schaffenberger (signed)
Story: “Revenge of the Leafy Monsters” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil (Sergius O’Shaughnessy)
Penciller: Kurt Schaffenberger
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek
Intro: Merlin (of Earth-1A; only appearance)
Villain:  Frownin’ Fritz Frazzle (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Havoc results when Merlin gives a movie producer a magic projector that can bring objects to life.

Super Friends No. 21
June 1979
Cover: Superman and Wonder Woman vs. Superiorman and Wondrous Woman while Zan and Jayna watch //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith
Story: “Battle Against the Super Fiends” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek
Other Character: Illik (last appearance in issue #14)
Intro: Ulpar (only appearance)
Villains: Superiorman (Yeltu), Wondrous Woman (Fegla; first and only appearance for both)
Synopsis: The Super Friends battle shape-shifting nemeses from Zan and Jayna’s world.

Super Friends No. 22
July 1979
Story: “It’s Never Too Late” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil (Sergius O’Shaughnessy)
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek, Steve Howard (last appearance in issue #11; last appearance)
Intro: Mayor of Gotham City (only appearance)
Villains: Chronos (of Earth-1A), Minute Hand, Second Hand, Hour Hand, the Matador Mob (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Chronos uses a device of his own invention to distort time in Gotham City, and the Super Friends attempt to stop it.

Super Friends No. 23
August 1979
Cover: Jan, Zayna, Mirror Master, and reflections of Aquaman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman, and Robin in chamber of mirrors //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “SOS From Nowhere” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
GS: Flash (last appearance in issue #9)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek
Intro: Mirror Master of an alternate Earth (only appearance)
Villains: Mirror Master (of Earth-1A), the Flash (of an alternate Earth; first and only appearance for both)
Synopsis: The Super Friends and Wonder Twins are sent to different universes by the Mirror Master.

Super Friends No. 24
September 1979
Cover: Zond and Zhanra gassing Robin, Wonder Woman, Superman, Batman, and Aquaman //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “Past, Present, and Danger” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: Denny O’Neil (Sergius O’Shaughnessy)
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek
Villains: Zond, Zhanra (first and only appearance for both)

Synopsis: In a pyramid that bears the faces of Zan and Jayna, the Super Friends discover two ancient Exorians.

Super Friends No. 25
October 1979
Cover: Overlord II manipulating puppets of Wonder Woman, Superman, Aquaman, Batman, Zan, Robin, and Jayna //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “Puppets of the Overlord” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Gene D’Angelo
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
GS: Green Lantern, Tasmanian Devil (last appearance for both in issue #9), the Seraph (between issues #9 / 38)
Intro: The Green Fury (Beatriz da Costa; last chronological appearance in flashback in issue #47; next appears in issue #42), Nubia (of Earth-1A; only appearance), Aqualad (of Earth-1A; next appears in issue #27)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek, Mera (of Earth-1A; first appearance; next appears in issue #27)
Cameo appearances: Chronos, Mirror Master (as puppets)
Villain: Overlord II (between issues #15 / 39)
Synopsis: The Overlord brainwashes the Super Friends into becoming would-be tyrants, and their friends and allies must find a way to stop them.

Super Friends No. 26
November 1979
Cover: Johnny Witts (as Batman), Zan, Jayna, Robin, and Wonder Woman vs. crooks at aquarium //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “The Wondertwins’ Battle of Wits” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Gene D’Angelo
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek, Prof. Carter Nichols (between issues #18 / 29), Wendy Harris, Marvin White (last appearance for both in issue #9; last appearance for both), Alfred Pennyworth (between issues #5 / 35)
Villains: Johnny Witts (of Earth-1A) and his gang (including impostors of Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Robin, and Superman; first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Johnny Witts and his gang impersonate the Super Friends to learn the Wondertwins’ secret identities and Batman’s in turn, setting up the latter for a deathtrap.

Super Friends No. 27
December 1979
Cover: Wonder Woman, Superman, Batman, Robin, and Aquaman trying to save Atlantis from being stolen by alien spacecraft //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “The Spacemen Who Stole Atlantis” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
GS: Aqualad (last appearance in issue #25)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Mera (last appearance in issue #25)
Villains: Menthruy and other aliens (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Poseidonis, Atlantis’s capital city, is abducted by aliens, and Aquaman and his friends must recover it.

Super Friends No. 28
January 1980
Cover: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and Robin vs. phony Bizarro, Swamp Thing, Solomon Grundy, Demon, and Man-Bat //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “Masquerade of Madness” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Jan, Zayna, Jimmy Olsen (of Earth-1A; first and only appearance)
Villains: Felix Faust (of Earth-1A), impostors of the Demon (Gordon Paige), Bizarro, Man-Bat (Ivor Hale), Swamp Thing, Solomon Grundy, Portia Beale (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Story takes place on Oct. 31, 1979.
Synopsis: In order to force wealthy partygoers to turn over their gems, Felix Faust crashes a masquerade on Halloween and magically causes attendees to become the monsters as which they are dressed.

Super Friends No. 29
February 1980
Cover: Wonder Woman causing herself, Superman, Batman, Robin, and Aquaman to vanish; Wondertwins vignette //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “Invisible Defenders of Earth” (9 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna
Villains: Commander Trovaik and other aliens (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Despite being stuck in two dimensions at once, the Super Friends manage to stave off an invasion of Earth.

Story: “Scholars From the Stars” (8 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Kurt Schaffenberger
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Clem Robins
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: The Wondertwins (Zan, Jayna)
Supporting Characters: Ellen, Lew, Artie Payne, Marylou Gregg (first appearance for all; all next appear in issue #36), Prof. Carter Nichols (last appearance in issue #26), Gleek
Synopsis: The Wonder Twins play tricks on their classmates when the latter try to discover their secret identities.

Super Friends No. 30
March 1980
Cover: Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman watching Grodd turn Prof. Carter Nichols into a gorilla //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “Gorilla Warfare Against the Humans” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Gene D’Angelo
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek, Prof. Carter Nichols (next appears in issue #42), Solovar (of Earth-1A; first and only appearance)
Villains: Gorilla Grodd, Giganta (both of Earth-1A; first and only appearance for both)
Synopsis: Giganta and Gorilla Grodd hatch a plot to turn Gorilla City against the Super Friends by turning its inhabitants into humans.

Super Friends No. 31
April 1980
Cover: Superman weakening Black Orchid with Kryptonite while Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Jayna, Zan, Robin, and Batman look on //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “How To Trap an Orchid” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek
Intro: The Black Orchid (of Earth-1A; only appearance)
Villains: Lisa Patrick (of Earth-1A) and her gang (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: In this story, the Black Orchid reveals that she is from Earth.
Synopsis: The Super Friends become involved in a case in which Lisa Patrick, an old foe of the Black Orchid’s, baits a trap for the Orchid with Kryptonite.

Super Friends No. 32
May 1980
Cover: Batman, Jayna, Zan, Wonder Woman, Superman, Aquaman, and Robin shying away from Scarecrow with loot //Kurt Schaffenberger / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “The Scarecrow Fights With Fear” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Kurt Schaffenberger
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek, Commissioner Gordon (between issues #6 / 35)
Villain: The Scarecrow (of Earth-1A; Jonathan Crane) and his gang (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: The Scarecrow induces phobias in the Super Friends to make them incapable of carrying out their crime-fighting duty.

Super Friends No. 33
June 1980
Cover: Superman, Hawkman, Wonder Woman, and Batman vs. Menagerie Man and falcons carrying Kryptonite //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “The Secret of the Stolen Solitaire” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
GS: Hawkman (last appearance in issue #9; last appearance)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek (next appears in issue #37)
Intro: Big Red (of Earth-1A; first and only appearance)
Villain: The Menagerie Man (last appearance in issue #19)
Synopsis: The Menagerie Man goes after a supposedly extinct animal and traps Zan while he is in bird-form.

Super Friends No. 34
July 1980
Cover: Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman vs. alien animal //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “The Creature That Slept a Million Years” (9 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna
Intro: An animal from Oram (only appearance)
Villain: A thief (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: An animal from an alien space capsule lands on Earth and begins creating havoc.

Story: “The Boss and the Beast” (8 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Shelly Leferman
Colorist: Lynne Gelfer
Feature Characters: The Wondertwins (Zan, Jayna)
GS: Superman, Batman
Supporting Characters: Kris Parris (first and only appearance), Lenore Parris (first appearance; next appears in issue #36)
Villains: Ange Lyon and his gang (first and only appearance for both)
Synopsis: When a neighbor contemplates taking a job with a gangster, the Wondertwins team up to expose the crook.

Super Friends No. 35
August 1980
Cover: Batman, Robin, Jayna, Zan, Superman, and Wonder Woman at circus, threatened by sniper //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “Circus of the Super-Stars” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Romeo Tanghal
Inker: Bob Smith
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Commissioner Gordon (between issues #32 / 38), Alfred Pennyworth (between issues #26 / 44)
Intro: Graves, stand-ins for Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, and Wonder Woman (only appearance for all)
Villains: Ave Barkis, the Barkis Gang, various crooks (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: The Super Friends hire circus performers to impersonate them while they themselves perform at a circus.

Super Friends No. 36
September 1980
Cover: Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Batman, Robin, and Plastic Man vs. Warhead //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “Warhead Strikes At Gotham” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Plastic Man (of Earth-1A; Eel O’Brien), Sadie (only appearance for both)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Chief Branner, Woozy Winks (latter two both of Earth-1A; first and only appearance for both)
Villains: Warhead (Rupert C. Hall; first appearance) and his gang (including Scrappy; first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Plastic Man tries to bring in a munitions-stealing villain, Warhead, but keeps running into interference from the Super Friends.

Story: “The Dinosaur Demon” (8 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Romeo Tanghal
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Wondertwins (Zan, Jayna)
Supporting Characters:  Ellen, Artie Payne (last appearance for both in issue #29), Marylou Gregg (between issues #29 / 41), Lenore Parris (between issues #34 / 41), Lew (between issues #29 / 39)
Villain: A lizardlike alien (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: At a museum, the Wondertwins must deal with a menace who reanimates dinosaur skeletons.

Super Friends No. 37
October 1980
Cover: Batman, Superman, Robin, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Zan, and Jayna entertaining kids while Supergirl stands aloof; Jack O’Lantern vignette //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “Bad Weather For Supergirl” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Supergirl (of Earth-1A; Kara Zor-El, aka Linda Lee Danvers), Vic and other children (only appearance for all)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek (last appearance in issue #33)
Cameo appearances: Plastic Man, Flash, Hawkman, Hawkgirl, Jack O’Lantern
Villain: The Weather Wizard (of Earth-1A; Mark Mardon; first and only appearance)
Synopsis: The Weather Wizard hits a nostalgia con for theft purposes, and Supergirl is miffed when all the attention for crime-fighting goes to the Super Friends.

Story: “The Giant Who Shrunk Ireland” (8 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Romeo Tanghal
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Shelly Leferman
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Character: Jack O’Lantern (origin revealed in flashback, his earliest chronological appearance, preceding his introduction in issue #8; between issues #8 / 40)
Supporting Character: Fergus (first appearance)
Intro: Daniel Cormac’s grandmother, Maev, a fir dhearga (all in flashback)
Villain: Balor of the Blows (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Jack O’Lantern goes into action to fight Balor, a giant who threatens Ireland.

Super Friends No. 38
November 1980
Cover: Grax hurling Wonder Woman, Batman, Jayna, Robin, Superman, and Zan off Earth //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “The Fate of the Phantom Super-Friends” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek, Commissioner Gordon (last appearance in issue #35)
Cameo appearance: The Flash
Villains: Grax (last appearance in issue #9), Benny and other crooks (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Grax empowers gangsters to steal while avoiding capture by becoming immaterial, and the Super Friends find themselves stymied.

Story: “The Seraph’s Day of Atonement” (8 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Bob Oskner
Inker: Kim DeMulder
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Character: The Seraph (between issues #25 / 41)
Supporting Character: Rivkah Sharrett (first appearance)
Intro: David (only appearance)
Other Character: The Voice
Villains: A gang of thieves (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: When the Seraph’s fury overrules his judgment, he is taught a lesson by a higher power.

Super Friends No. 39
December 1980
Cover: Futurio vs. Superman, Batman, Robin, Wonder Woman, and Aquaman //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “The ‘Future’ Son of Overlord” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna
Villains: Overlord II (between issues #25 / 43), Futurio (first and only appearance), Futurio-XX (first appearance; named in his next appearance, issue #43), another Futurio (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: The Overlord creates a hyper-evolved clone of himself to battle the Super Friends.

Story: “The Boogie Mania Will Get You” (8 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Romeo Tanghal
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Shelly Leferman
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Wondertwins (Zan, Jayna)
Supporting Character: Lew (between issues #36 / 41)
Villains: A gang of crooks (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: The Wondertwins take care of a gang of crooks who threaten a disco.

Super Friends No. 40
January 1981
Cover: Wonder Woman hauled into paddy wagon by cop as Zan, Superman, Aquaman, Jayna, Batman, and Robin look on; Jack O’Lantern vignette //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “Menace of the Mixed-Up Senses” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Plotter: Nick Pascale
Scripter: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Kim DeMulder
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna
Intro: Herbert Graeme (in flashback; dies in this story), Emma Graeme (as an illusion; in cameo flashback; only appearance; dies before this story begins)
Villain: The Monocle (Graeme; first and only appearance)
Synopsis: The Monocle, a new super-villain, distorts the senses of normal people in an effort to break down order.

Story: “Blarney For Sale” (8 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Romeo Tanghal
Inker: Kim De Mulder
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: Jack O’Lantern (between issues #37 / 44)
Supporting Character: Fergus
Intro: Seamus O’Mara, Rose Shehan (only appearance for both)
Villains: Two conmen (first and only appearance for both)
Synopsis: Jack O’Lantern and his fairy pal lend a hand when two conmen convince a salesman into thinking he has bought a piece of the Blarney Stone.

Super Friends No. 41
February 1981
Cover: Batman, Superman, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, and Batman vs. Toyman and costumed opponents; Seraph vignette //Ramona Fradon / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “The Toyman’s Tricky Thefts” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Lew (last appearance in issue #39), Lenore Parris, Marylou Gregg (last appearance for both in issue #36)
Intro: Jack-In-the-Box (a rock group), Benson, Turner (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Toyman (last appearance in issue #2) and his gang (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: The Super Friends and the Wondertwins team up to stop the Toyman from stealing toys on three fronts.

Story: “Dry Earth, Stolen Waters” (8 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer, artist: Bob Oskner
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Character: The Seraph (last appearance in issue #38)
Intro: Richard, Laurie, Tommy, Julie (only appearance for all)
Villains: A gang of saboteurs (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: The Seraph acts to stop saboteurs from destroying an Israeli desalinization plant.

Super Friends No. 42
March 1981
Cover: Green Thumb and his plants vs. Superman, Robin, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Green Fury, and Batman; vignettes of Jayna, Zan, and Santa Claus //Kurt Schaffenberger / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “How Green Was My Gotham” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
GS: Green Fury (last appearance in issue #25)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna
Villain: The Green Thumb (Fargo Keyes; first and only appearance)
Synopsis: The Green Fury teams up with the Super Friends to fight the Green Thumb, a plant-wielding villain.

Story: “Christmas With Everything” (8 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Romeo Tanghal
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Shelly Leferman
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Wondertwins (Zan, Jayna)
Supporting Characters: Prof. Carter Nichols (last appearance in issue #30)
Intro: Joseph R. Wiswell, Sammy and his family (only appearance for all)
Comment: Story takes place on Dec. 24, 1980.
Synopsis: The Wondertwins and Prof. Nichols team up to give a generous youth a merry Christmas.

Super Friends No. 43
April 1981
Cover: Futurio-XX vs. Wonder Woman, Batman, Superman, Aquaman, and Robin //Kurt Schaffenberger / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “Futurio Times Ten” (16 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Romeo Tanghal
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna
GS: Green Fury
Villains: The Overlord II, Futurio-XX (last appearance for both in issue #39; last appearance for both), various crooks (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: The Overlord’s futuristic clone, Futurio-XX, desires a clone of Wonder Woman as a mate, but refuses to take the lives of the Super Friends.

Super Friends No. 44
May 1981
Cover: Superman, Robin, Wonder Woman, and Batman vs. Exorians as monsters with their heads; Jack O’Lantern vignette //Kurt Schaffenberger / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “Peril of the Forgotten Identities” (17 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Romeo Tanghal
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
GS: Green Fury (next appears in issue #47)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Alfred Pennyworth (last appearance in issue #35)
Villains: Yarq and his Exorian gang (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: An Exorian villain comes to Earth and robs the Super Friends of the memories of their secret identities.

Story: “The Death-Cry of the Banshee” (8 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Character: Jack O’Lantern (last appearance in issue #40; last appearance; Earth-1 Jack O’Lantern first appears in DC COMICS PRESENTS #46)
Supporting Character: Fergus (last appearance in issue #40; last appearance; Earth-1 Fergus first appears in DC COMICS PRESENTS #46)
Intro: The Banshee, a Dullahan, Padraid Cormac (only appearance for all)
Villains: An impostor (first appearance; dies in this story), various crooks (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: The Banshee wails, and Jack O’Lantern takes it as a portent of his uncle’s impending death.

Super Friends No. 45
June 1981
Cover: Aquaman, Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and Robin coming to rescue Sinestro, Hector Hammond, and Queen Bee //Kurt Schaffenberger / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “The Man Who Collected Villains” (chapter 1; 5 pages)
 Chapter 2: “A Sleeping Bee” (4 pages)
 Chapter 3: “The Monster In the Mine” (3 pages)
 Chapter 4: “Prisoner of the Deep” (3 pages)
 Epilogue (1 page)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Romeo Tanghal
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
GS: The Global Guardians (Dr. Mist (last appearance in issue #13), Little Mermaid, Olympian (last appearance for both in issue #9), Bushmaster, Rising Sun (last appearance for both in issue #8), Godiva (last appearance in issue #7))
Intro: Wild Huntsman (also a member of the Global Guardians)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna
Villains: The Conqueror (first appearance), Kanjar Ro, Queen Bee (both of Earth-1A; first and only appearance for both), Sinestro (last appearance in issue #10)
Cameo appearances: Hector Hammond (of Earth-1A; first appearance), Time Trapper, World Beater
Comment: In this story Dr. Mist is identified with a character briefly introduced (as a huge carved visage) in H. Rider Haggard’s WISDOM’S DAUGHTER.
 Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Dr. Mist summons the Super Friends and Global Guardians to stop the Conqueror from stealing the weapons of six super-villains.

Super Friends No. 46
July 1981
Cover: Batman, Superman, Wild Huntsman, Wonder Woman, Robin, Godiva, and Aquaman vs. Conqueror; Seraph vignette //Kurt Schaffenberger / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “The Conqueror’s Greatest Conquest” (1 page)
 Chapter 1: “The Cube That Wouldn’t Crack” (4 pages)
 Chapter 2: “A Villain On Ice” (4 pages)
 Chapter 3: “Hammond–Dry” (4 pages)
 Chapter 4: “The Final Confrontation” (4 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Romeo Tanghal
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Shelly Leferman
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman)
GS: Wild Huntsman, Godiva, Bushmaster (last appearance for all), Olympian, Rising Sun, Dr. Mist, Little Mermaid (last appearance for all; Earth-1 versions of these characters first appear in DC COMICS PRESENTS #46)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna
Villains: The Conqueror, World Beater (last appearance in issue #3; last appearance), Time Trapper (last appearance in issue #18; last appearance), Hector Hammond (of Earth-1A; first and only actual appearance), Sinestro (last appearance),  various crooks (first and only appearance)
Comment: Story continues from last issue.
Synopsis: The Super Friends and Global Guardians must stop the Conqueror from gaining the last three super-weapons he needs to conquer the world.
Super Friends No. 47
August 1981
Cover: Wonder Woman, Superman, Batman, Robin, and Green Fury vs. Shaman’s grandson and plant-beings //Kurt Schaffenberger / Bob Smith (signed)
Story: “The Demons From the Green Hell” (chapter 1; 2 pages)
 Chapter 2: “The Kindling of the Flame” (4 pages)
 Chapter 3: “Battle With the Beast-Spirit” (7 pages)
 Chapter 4: “Raise the River” (3 pages)
 Chapter 5: “Attack of the Living Fossils” (4 pages)
 Chapter 6: “The Leaf-Devils” (3 pages)
 Chapter 7: “The Twofold Legacy” (2 pages)
Editor: Julius Schwartz
Writer: E. Nelson Bridwell
Penciller: Ramona Fradon
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: The Super Friends (Aquaman, Batman, Robin, Superman, Wonder Woman; last appearance for all)
GS: Green Fury (last appearance in issue #44; origin revealed in flashback, her earliest chronological appearance, preceding her introduction in issue #25)
Supporting Characters: Zan, Jayna, Gleek (last appearance for all), Mr. DaCosta, Carlota DaCosta (Green Fury’s parents; in flashback; first and only appearance for both)
Intro: A shaman (dies in this story)
Villain: The shaman’s grandson (first and only appearance)
Comment: This is the last issue of SUPER FRIENDS.
Synopsis: The Green Fury summons the Super Friends to Brazil to help her with a shaman’s grandson who is using his mystic power in destructive ways.

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