Showcase Presents: Super Friends, Vol. 1 (2020)

Showcase Presents Super Friends Vol This new value priced Showcase Presents collection features tales of TV s Super Friends from the s based on the hit animated TV series Super Friends Batman Superman Wonder Woman Aquaman The F
  • Title: Showcase Presents: Super Friends, Vol. 1
  • Author: E. Nelson Bridwell Ric Estrada Ramona Fradon Kurt Schaffenberger Sergius O'Shaughnessy Romeo Tanghal
  • ISBN: 9781401247577
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Paperback
  • This new, value priced Showcase Presents collection features tales of TV s Super Friends from the 1970s based on the hit animated TV series Super Friends Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Green Arrow and other heroes battle the evil of The Riddler, the Time Trapper and many other DC Universe villains in these kid friendly stories CollecThis new, value priced Showcase Presents collection features tales of TV s Super Friends from the 1970s based on the hit animated TV series Super Friends Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, Green Lantern, Green Arrow and other heroes battle the evil of The Riddler, the Time Trapper and many other DC Universe villains in these kid friendly stories Collects SUPER FRIENDS 1 34.
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      E. Nelson Bridwell Ric Estrada Ramona Fradon Kurt Schaffenberger Sergius O'Shaughnessy Romeo Tanghal

    One Reply to “Showcase Presents: Super Friends, Vol. 1”

    1. This was a trip down memory lane I remember watching the cartoon on Saturday Mornings and I even remember having some of the comics included in this collection This is basically like reading Justice League comics from the Silver Age where everything was a little simple and light hearted I did think it was a little cold the way Wendy, Marvin and Wonderdog got pushed aside by the Wondertwins and Gleek but I guess that s the cutthroat world of comics I also thought it unsual that the Superfriends [...]

    2. I collected the Super Friends comics as a boy It was a pleasure to see the first 24 issues in this collection brought back pleasant memories of reading these and comparing them to what I saw on the Saturday morning cartoon.This was a pleasant reprieve from the dark, grim and gritty comics of today, and also a less goofy look at Wendy, Marvin, Wonderdog and when they arrived, the Wondertwins and Gleek The first six issues were with Wendy, Marvin and Wonderdog as the junior superfriends They helpe [...]

    3. Enjoyable tome of all ages adventures Though it does Mary Sue the Wonder Twins a bit, I did think it a worthwhile read

    4. I was not expecting to like this Showcase as much as I had I did enjoy the Superfriends cartoon as a kid, but really, the book shows Wendy, Marvin, and Wonder Dog on the cover While the Wonder Twins were not that much better on that show, those three were hanging around for reasons that were never really explained when the show started and most adventures were about some misguided scientist trying to do some sort of social good and having it backfire spectacularly Factor in that even after the J [...]

    5. Back in the 1970s, there was a Saturday morning cartoon titled Superfriends It featured several superheroes from DC Comics,, plus Junior Super Friends Wendy and Marvin, trainee superheroes with their pet Wonderdog Each episode taught valuable life lessons to kids across America While reruns of the cartoon continue even today, younger fans may not be aware there used to be a tie in comic book as well.Because the Comics Code of the time was surprisingly less restrictive than the Standards Practice [...]

    6. Not sure how to review this I have memories of watching the later seasons of the Super Friends when I was younger The cartoon and this comic were some of my earliest introductions to the DC Universe To me, it was a natural progression of wanting of the characters I d grown to like, particularly Wonder Woman I didn t appreciate how great this book was until much later Ramona Fradon s art is still so classic And for ostensibly what we d call a tie in book now it was clearly part of the 1970s era [...]

    7. I used to watch these cartoons when I was much younger The comics do capture the flavor of the original series I always was annoyed by Marvin, Wendy, and the wonder dog They were a lot bearable in print than on tv What was good about this series is that the comics filled in some of the gaps from the series The comics showed Marvin, Wendy, and the wonder dog leave I don t recall that from the tv version It also showed the Wonder Twins landing and working with Marvin, Wendy, and the wonder dog fo [...]

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