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60 CARTOON SERIES

DC COMICS IN THE MEDIA

AQUAMAN IN THE MEDIA

GREEN LANTERN CORPS IN THE MEDIA

HAWKWORLD IN THE MEDIA

JLA IN THE MEDIA

SUPERMAN IN THE MEDIA


The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure is a Filmation animated series that aired on CBS from 1967 to 1968. Premiering on September 9, 1967, this 60-minute program included a series of six-minute adventures featuring various DC Comics Super Heroes.

YOUTUBE:Edit

Justice League of America - 1967 Cartoon Intro

Justice League of America - 1967 Cartoon Intro

OVERVIEWEdit

Each episode consisted of new segments from the existing series, The New Adventures of Superman and The Adventures of Superboy, as well as outings for Aquaman and his sidekick Aqualad. Superman fans generally regard it as the second season of The New Adventures. As a part of The New Adventures, it is notable for containing some of the final work done by Bud Collyer, the voice actor who had originated the roles of Superman and Clark Kent on radio. It also included a rotating series of 'guest star' cartoons featuring the Atom, the Flash and Kid Flash, the Green Lantern, Hawkman and new shorts from The Adventures of Superboy. The Justice League of America (Atom, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Aquaman and Superman) and Teen Titans (Speedy, Kid Flash, Wonder Girl, and Aqualad, but not Robin) were also featured in team adventures.

Many of the shorts were penned and script-edited by DC Comics employees. Bob Haney and George Kashdan — the writing-editing team who were then producing the original version of the Teen Titans comic book — were prolific on the series, taking on nearly all the "guest star" cartoons. Mort Weisinger, editor of all Superman comic titles during the 1960s, served as script editor for the shorts featuring Kal-El. This use of comic writers on the television series tended to make them "a very faithful adaption to the comic book mythos." Even so, there were some elements which were unique to the cartoons, such as secondary characters in the Hawkman, Green Lantern and Atom shorts.

This series marked the animation debut of nearly all of its featured characters and teams. The exceptions were Superman and his supporting cast, who had been previously immortalized in the iconic 1940s Superman shorts (and later in The New Adventures of Superman), and the Superboy characters, seen in the previous season of The Adventures of Superboy.

EPISODE GUIDE:Edit

AQUAMAN DC SUPERHEROES
01 Menace of the Black Manta THE ATOM: Invasion of the Beetle-Men
02 The Rampaging Reptile-Men THE ATOM: The Plant Master
03 The Return Of Nepto THE ATOM: The House of Doom
04 The Fiery Invaders
05 Sea Raiders THE FLASH: The Chemo-Creature
06 War Of The Water Worlds THE FLASH: Take a Giant Step
07 The Volcanic Monster THE FLASH: To Catch a Blue Bolt
08 The Crimson Monster From The Pink Pool
09 The Ice Dragon GREEN LANTERN: Evil is as Evil Does
10 The Deadly Drillers GREEN LANTERN: The Vanishing World
11 Vassa, Queen Of The Mermen GREEN LANTERN: Sirena, Empress of Evil
12 The Microscopic Monsters
13 The Onslaught Of The Octomen HAWKMAN: Peril from Pluto
14 Treacherous Is The Torpedo Man HAWKMAN: A Visit to Venus
15 The Satanic Saturnians HAWKMAN: The Twenty Third Dimension
16 The Brain, The Brave And The Bold
17 Where Lurks the Fisherman! JLA: Between Two Armies
18 Mephisto's Marine Marauders JLA: Target Earth
19 Trio Of Terror JLA: Bad Day on Black Mountain
20 The Torp, The Magneto And The Claw
21 Goliaths Of The Deep-Sea Gorge TEEN TITANS: The Monster Machine
22 The Sinister Sea Scamp TEEN TITANS: The Space Beast Round-Up
23 The Devil Fish TEEN TITANS: Operation Rescue
24 The Sea Scavengers
25 In Captain Cuda's Clutches
26 The Mirror-Man From Planet Imago
27 The Sea Sorcerer
28 The Sea-Snares Of Captain Sly
29 The Undersea Trojan Horse
30 The Vicious Villainy Of Vassa
31 Programmed For Destruction
32 The War Of The Quatix And The Bimphars
33 The Stickmen Of Stygia
34 Three Wishes To Trouble
35 The Silver Sphere
36 To Catch A Fisherman


SUPERMAN S1 SUPERMAN S2 SUPERMAN S3 SUPERBOY
01 The Force Phantom A.P.E. Strikes Again
02 The Mermen of Emor
03 The Prehistoric Pterodactyls
04 Merlin's Magic Marbles
05 The Threat of the Thrutans
06 The Wicked Warlock
07 The Chimp Who Made It Big
08 The Deadly Icebergs 
09 Robot of Riga
10 The Invisible Raiders
11 Neolithic Nightmare
12 The Return of Brainiac
13 The Magnetic Monster
14 The Toys of Doom
15 The Iron Eater
16 The Ape Army of the Amazon
17 The Fire Phantom
18 The Deadly Dish
19 Insect Raiders
20 Return of the Warlock
21 The Abominable Iceman
22 The Men from A.P.E.
23 The Tree Man of Arbora
24 The Image Maker
25 Superman's Double Trouble
26 The Deadly Super-Doll
27 Lava Men
28 Luthor Strikes Again
29 Mission to Planet Peril
30 The Pernicious Parasite
31 The Two Faces of Superman
32 The Imp-Practical Joker
33 Superman Meets Brainiac
34 Seeds of Disaster
35 The Malevolent Mummy
36 The Birdmen from Lost Valley



DC SUPER HEROES unproduced showsEdit

Blackhawks

Blackhawk press sheet


Filmation planed on a season two of the DC Superhero this time the solo heroes were going to be Adam Strange, Blackhawks and Metamorpho the Element Man.  The show was caneclled so these characters never went into production.