The guys ask artist George Perez to help rebuild Mike's destroyed collection. A customer sells his set of vintage interactive comic books.
When an evil computer takes control of Gotham City's electronic equipment, the Superfriends must find a way to stop "The Killer Machines." Next, a professor creates a "Garden of Doom" when he accidentally transforms ordinary tomatoes into huge, man-eating plants. Lastly, the Superfriends fight against the "Revenge of Bizarro" when Superman's old nemesis changes Batman and Robin into Bizarro versions of themselves.
When two scientists are accidentally transformed into cat people, Batman must thwart the "Attack of the Cats." Next, the Superfriends help a boy to walk again in "One Small Step for Superman." Finally, the Superfriends nearly become "Video Victims" when Bizarro traps them in a video game.
The Superfriends aid a noble leader threatened by his nemesis, "The Enforcer." Next, the Wondertwins rescue two boastful boys from "The Shark." Later, the Superfriends must thwart a madman's plan to turn Earth into the "Planet of the Neanderthals." Lastly, Green Lantern and Aquaman race to save miners trapped in a "Flood of Diamonds."
First, Brainiac and Darkseid join forces to defeat the Superfriends in "The Wrath of Brainiac." Later, in "Reflections in Crime," Mirror Master, master of all reflected images, traps the Superfriends in the sixth dimension.
Lex Luther's new invention controls the dreams of the Superfriends, forcing them to commit incredible crimes.
The Legion of Doom schemes to rule the world with the help of an evil race from the future.
The Legion of Doom discovers a cache of noxium, a compound containing all the elements capable of destroying the Superfriends.
Aquaman teams with the Superfriends to defeat "The Lava Men." Then, Bizarro lures Superman to "Bizarroworld" in an attempt to drive him insane. Finally, Samurai and the Superfriends intervene when a 13th-century warlord escapes his own time to wreak havoc on present-day Japan in "The Warlord's Amulet."
The Superfriends respond when the moon cracks open, revealing a gigantic destructive bird, in "The Man in the Moon." Then, Gleek helps the Wondertwins when the carnival they're attending turns into a "Circus of Horrors." Finally, Riddler hides the antidote to a chemical he's sprayed on the Superfriends, sending them "Around the World in 80 Riddles."
First, in "Return of the Phantoms," two villains plan to travel back in time and destroy Superboy before he matures into Superman. Then, in "Bully For You," a hapless boy turns into a bully when he finds Batman's utility belt. Later, Brainiac creates "Superclones" of Aquaman and El Dorado and programs them to do his evil bidding.
In "The Darkseid Deception," the nefarious Darkseid kidnaps Wonder Woman's boyfriend and assumes his role.
The Superfriends are summoned when Dr. Cranium uses "The Brain Machine" to increase his intelligence. Then, Zan and Jayna save two boys who have taken an airplane on "The Joy Ride." Next, the Superfriends thwart "The Invasion of the Earthors." Finally, Black Vulcan and Aquaman rescue a tanker from "The Whirlpool."
First, Aquaman and Superman must act quickly when a villain transforms the world's oceans into a "Frozen Peril." Then, the Wondertwins aid a girl who's the victim of a "Dangerous Prank." Next, the Superfriends race to stop an unscrupulous professor before he gains control over "The Mummy of Nazca." Finally, Wonder Woman and Atom attempt a "Cable Car Rescue."
A new superhero, Firestorm, joins the Superfriends and rescues Wonder Woman from becoming "The Bride of Darkseid."
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