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Challenge of the Superfriends is an American animated television series about a team of superheroes which ran from September 9, 1978, to December 23, 1978, on ABC. The complete series (16 episodes) was produced by Hanna-Barbera
Hanna-Barbera
Productions for Warner Bros. Television
Warner Bros. Television
and is based on the Justice League
Justice League
and associated comic book characters published by DC Comics
DC Comics
and created by Julius Schwartz, Gardner Fox
Gardner Fox
and Mike Sekowsky. It was the third series of Super Friends
Super Friends
cartoons, following the original Super Friends
Super Friends
in 1973 and The All-New Super Friends Hour in 1977. It continued to air on Boomerang in the United States until February 2, 2009.

Contents

1 Format

1.1 First segment 1.2 Second segment

2 Production background

2.1 Early development 2.2 Narration, music and character designs 2.3 Team composition experimentation

3 Lineups

3.1 Super Friends/ Justice League
Justice League
of America 3.2 Legion of Doom

4 Voices 5 Episodes 6 DVD
DVD
release 7 Spoofs 8 Legends of the Superheroes 9 DC Super Friends 10 Robot Chicken
Robot Chicken
DC Comics
DC Comics
Special 11 References 12 Featured link 13 External links

Format[edit] First segment[edit] As originally aired, this season an adventure with Superman, Batman and Robin, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and the Wonder Twins, similar to those that had aired the previous season in The All-New Super Friends Hour. Thanks to these episodes being shown using the opening credits of the All-New Super Friends
Super Friends
Hour in syndication. Second segment[edit] The second segment of this season featured Challenge of the Super Friends was a 16 episode series that came the closest to the comic books. Not only did Challenge have the Justice League
Justice League
of America, it was the first official Super Friends
Super Friends
series to feature DC Super Villains from the comics. And this series had 13 of them together as an alliance called the Legion of Doom. Superman
Superman
foes like Lex Luthor, Brainiac, Toyman, and Bizarro, and Batman
Batman
foes like the Riddler
Riddler
and Scarecrow. The Legion of Doom
Legion of Doom
dwelled in a murky swamp and launched their attacks for global conquest from a sinister looking, swamp-based, mechanical, flying headquarters, called the Hall of Doom (which resembled Darth Vader’s helmet) as a suitable contrast with the Super Friends' gleaming Hall of Justice. Every week, the Legion schemed to either get rid of or destroy the Super Friends
Super Friends
so they can conquer the world. The Super Friends
Super Friends
themselves consisted of 11 Justice League
Justice League
heroes. [1] the first segment alone being used with the Challenge of Super Friends
Super Friends
opening, and confused references to the show[2] it is often mistakenly believed that the first and second segments were two separate shows. Production background[edit] Early development[edit] When the Challenge of the Super Friends
Super Friends
season was originally conceived, it was named "Battle of the Super Friends" and featured the introduction of Captain Marvel to the Super Friends. The group that challenged the heroes was called the "League of Evil", led by Marvel's nemesis Doctor Sivana. However, Filmation
Filmation
produced Shazam! and The New Adventures of Batman
Batman
which prevented the use of characters such as Mister Atom, King Kull, Beautia Sivana, Joker, Penguin, Mr. Freeze, and Catwoman. Early conceptual art drawn by Alex Toth
Alex Toth
would also include Heat Wave, Poison Ivy, and Abra Kadabra.[3] Narration, music and character designs[edit] Bill Woodson provides the uncredited voice of the narrator in Challenge of the Super Friends, and the opening narration was by Stanley Jones. The show's main theme and original music was composed and arranged by musical director Hoyt Curtin. The music supervisor was Paul DeKorte. Character designs for this particular Super Friends series were done by Andre LeBlanc. Team composition experimentation[edit] Hanna-Barbera's writers experimented with team composition as well. Challenge of the Super Friends
Super Friends
added The Flash (Barry Allen), Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), and Hawkman
Hawkman
(Katar Hol) who were members of the Justice League
Justice League
of America, as well as several new characters: Black Vulcan (who was based on the DC Comics
DC Comics
character Black Lightning), Apache Chief, and Samurai. These characters were created to add racial and cultural diversity to the show (this was also mentioned in some of the episode introduction extras on the first two Challenge of the Super Friends
Super Friends
DVDs). Lineups[edit] Super Friends/ Justice League
Justice League
of America[edit] Eleven heroes make up the Super Friends/ Justice League
Justice League
of America. They are:

Superman Batman Robin Wonder Woman Aquaman The Flash

 

Green Lantern Hawkman Black Vulcan Apache Chief Samurai

Legion of Doom[edit] Thirteen villains comprise the Legion of Doom
Legion of Doom
during the Challenge of the Super Friends
Super Friends
season. They are:

Lex Luthor Solomon Grundy Sinestro Black Manta Cheetah Giganta Scarecrow

 

Toyman Riddler Bizarro Brainiac Captain Cold Gorilla
Gorilla
Grodd

Despite the claim in the program's title sequence that the Legion's members hail from "remote galaxies", only Brainiac and Sinestro
Sinestro
are extraterrestrials; the remaining members are all natives of Earth (Even though Bizarro
Bizarro
called Bizarro
Bizarro
World home he was created by Lex Luthor via duplicator ray on Earth technically making him a 'native' of Earth). Solomon Grundy is a zombie, an animated dead person, as the episode Monolith of Evil makes clear. In History of Doom, even Solomon Grundy supposedly dies from the solar flare. Voices[edit]

Jack Angel - Flash, Hawkman, Samurai, Professor Nikaido (in "Journey Through Inner Space"), Fort Knox Guard (in "Wanted: The Super Friends"), Japanese Distress Caller (in "Monolith of Evil"), soldier (in "Super Friends: Rest in Peace") Marlene Aragon - Cheetah Lewis Bailey - Michael Bell - Riddler, Zan, Gleek, Fearians (in "Invasion of the Fearians"), Romlock (in "Terror From the Phantom Zone"), Young Lex Luthor (in "History of Doom"), Pete (in "Trial of the Super Friends"), Sphinx
Sphinx
(in "Battle of the Gods"), Dr. Tomokawa (in "Journey Through Inner Space") Bill Callaway - Aquaman, Bizarro, The Capricorn Kid (in "Batman: Dead or Alive"), Bizarro
Bizarro
Alfred Pennyworth
Alfred Pennyworth
(in "Wanted: The Super Friends"), Robot Gangsters (in "The Rise and Fall of the Superfriends") Ted Cassidy
Ted Cassidy
- Brainiac, Black Manta, Barlocks (in "Conquerors from the Future"), Diamond Exchange Man (in "Super Friends: Rest in Peace"), British soldier (in "The Giants of Doom"), Gorilla
Gorilla
Guard (in "Revenge on Gorilla
Gorilla
City") Melanie Chartoff
Melanie Chartoff
- Hera (in "Battle of the Gods") Henry Corden - Dr. Varga (in "Invasion of the Brain Creatures"), Brain Creature Leader (in "Invasion of the Brain Creatures") Torahna (in "The World Beneath the Ice") Danny Dark - Superman, Commissioner James Gordon (in "Super Friends: Rest in Peace"), Superboy (in "History of Doom"), U.S. Mint Guard (in "Wanted: The Super Friends"), Man in Car (in "Monolith of Evil"), Radar Engineer (in "Doomsday") Al Fann - Young Apache Chief
Apache Chief
(in "History of Doom") Shannon Farnon - Wonder Woman, Aphrodite (in "Secret Origins of the Super Friends"), Empress Zana (in "The World's Deadliest Game"), Medusa
Medusa
(in "Battle of the Gods"), Timora (in "Conquerors of the Future"), Lois Lane
Lois Lane
(in "Super Friends: Rest in Peace"), Raymara (in "The World Beneath the Ice") Ruth Forman
Ruth Forman
- Giganta Bob Hastings
Bob Hastings
- Bob Holt - Count Dracula
Count Dracula
(in "Attack of the Vampire"), Logar (in "Terror From the Phantom Zone"), Gormack (in "The World Beneath the Ice"), Ozar (in "The World Beneath the Ice"), Correl (in "The World Beneath the Ice"), Telegraph operator (in "Batman: Dead or Alive"), Zeus (in "Battle of the Gods"), Invisible Man (in "Battle of the Gods") Buster Jones
Buster Jones
- Black Vulcan, U.N. Representative (in "Trial of the Super Friends"), Plutonium Plant Guard (in "Swamp of the Living Dead"), Skier (in "Fairy Tale of Doom"), Galactic Policeman (in "Doomsday"), Admiral Brighton (in " Sinbad
Sinbad
and the Space Pirates") Stan Jones - Lex Luthor, Opening Narration, Caesar (in "The Time Trap"), Evil Being (in "Swamp of the Living Dead"), Giant (in "Fairy Tale of Doom"), Hull (in "Terror from the Phantom Zone"), Jonathan Kent (in "Secret Origins of the Super Friends"), Jor-El (in "Secret Origins of the Super Friends"), Lord Darkon (in "Demons of Exxor"), Camelot Knight (in "The Time Trap"), Sinbad
Sinbad
(in " Sinbad
Sinbad
and the Space Pirates"), Fort Knox Guard (in "Wanted: The Super Friends"), Knight (in "The Time Trap"), Townsman #2 (in "Trial of the Super Friends"), Gorilla
Gorilla
Guard (in "Revenge on Gorilla
Gorilla
City"), Scotland Yard Man (in "Conquerors of the Future"), Manatoo (in "History of Doom"), Toran (in "The Incredible Space Circus") Casey Kasem
Casey Kasem
- Robin, JLA Computer, Colorado Soldier (in "Super Friends: Rest in Peace"), Man from Parthenon (in "The Giants of Doom"), Subway Switchman (in "Conquerors of the Future"), Likan (in "Conquerors of the Future"), Professor Charleston (in "The Rise and Fall of the Superfriends") Don Messick
Don Messick
- Scarecrow, Astronauts (in "Giants of Doom"), Domed City Ruler (in "Conquerors from the Future"), Fear-Gassed Gorilla
Gorilla
(in "Revenge on Gorilla
Gorilla
City"), Vartoo (in "The Final Challenge"), Mocking Kryptonian (in "Secret Origins of the Super Friends"), Ground Quake Kryptonian (in "Secret Origins of the Super Friends"), Plutonium Plant Guard (in "Swamp of the Living Dead"), White Rabbit
White Rabbit
(in "Fairy Tale of Doom") Vic Perrin - Sinestro, Dr. Starns (in "The Anti-Matter Monster"), Turkish Engineer (in "The Anti-Matter Monster"), Professor Reed (in "The Rise and Fall of the Superfriends"), Frankenstein Monster (in "The Rise and Fall of the Superfriends") Renny Roker - Stanley Ralph Ross - Gorilla
Gorilla
Grodd, Nar-Tan (in "Doomsday"), Old Indian (in "History of Doom"), Space Pirate at Easter Island (in " Sinbad
Sinbad
and the Space Pirates"), Minotaur
Minotaur
(in "Battle of the Gods") Dick Ryal - Captain Cold, Hall of Doom Computer, Abin Sur
Abin Sur
(in "Secret Origins of the Super Friends"), Captain Nemo's Sailor (in "Fairy Tale of Doom"), Gorilla
Gorilla
Tracker (in "Revenge on Gorilla
Gorilla
City") Michael Rye - Green Lantern, Apache Chief, Outer Galaxy Region Ruler (in "Conquerors from the Future"), Solovar (in "Revenge on Gorilla City"), Plutonium Plant Guard (in "Swamp of the Living Dead"), Sinbad's First Mate (in " Sinbad
Sinbad
and the Space Pirates") Olan Soule - Batman, Astronaut (in "The World's Deadliest Game"), Vol (in "Demons of Exxor"), Fort Knox Guard (in "Wanted: The Super Friends"), Scientist (in "The Time Trap"), Townsman #1 (in "Trial of the Super Friends"), Subway Engineer (in "Conquerors of the Future"), Train Passenger (in "Conquerors of the Future") Jimmy Weldon
Jimmy Weldon
- Solomon Grundy Frank Welker
Frank Welker
- Toyman, Lilliputians (in "Fairy Tale of Doom"), Rokan (in "Rokan: Enemy from Space"), Mister Mxyzptlk
Mister Mxyzptlk
(in "The Rise and Fall of the Super Friends"), Wind-Up Baby (in "The World's Deadliest Game"), Wind-Up Cat (in "The World's Deadliest Game"), Gorilla
Gorilla
Child (in "Revenge on Gorilla
Gorilla
City"), Mort (in "Conquerors of the Future") Liberty Williams
Liberty Williams
- Jayna, Aphrodite (in "Battle of the Gods"), Young Giganta
Giganta
(in "History of Doom") Bill Woodson - Narrator, Perry White
Perry White
(in "Super Friends: Rest in Peace"), Rayno (in "History of Doom"), Captain Nemo
Captain Nemo
(in "Fairy Tale of Doom"), Admiral Hubbard (in "Doomsday"), Pierre Marcel (in "Battle at the Earth's Core"), Dr. Willardson (in "The Incredible Space Circus"), Sheriff (in "Batman: Dead or Alive")

Episodes[edit] See: List of Super Friends
Super Friends
episodes DVD
DVD
release[edit] Warner Home Video
Warner Home Video
originally released this season of Super Friends
Super Friends
on two separate DVDs on June 1, 2004, the first one being Challenge of the Super Friends: Attack of the Legion of Doom, which featured the "Challenge" segments, and the second being Challenge of the Super Friends: United They Stand, which featured the Super Friends
Super Friends
segments. Both DVDs only featured four episodes. The first season was re-released as Challenge of the Super Friends: The First Season on July 6, 2004.

Title Type Ep No. Release date

Challenge of the Super Friends The First Season 16 July 6, 2004

Spoofs[edit] Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
produced a couple of commercials spoofing Challenge of the Super Friends.

One dealt with the idiosyncratic nature of the Legion of Doom
Legion of Doom
and Brainiac's odd manner of dress (Brainiac: "Look, I just want some pants...a decent pair of pants!" Solomon Grundy: "Solomon Grundy want pants, too!"). The second, co-starring The Powerpuff Girls, dealt with Aquaman's powers (Aquaman: "My ability to talk to fish is of no use to us, Wonder Woman!") as well as the level of violence compared to today's cartoons, as Wonder Woman
Wonder Woman
and Aquaman
Aquaman
look away while the Powerpuff Girls beat up the Legion of Doom, going so far as to set the Scarecrow on fire. Most notably was Bubbles' double-entendre reply to Wonder Woman's compliment on how they were developing as superheroes. "Someday we'll be as developed as you." Lex Luthor, as a villain with a dirty mind, began laughing. His underlings understood the joke and laughed as well. When a piece of the Hall of Doom's ceiling fell on Luthor's head, everyone laughed.

In 2003, Cartoon Network
Cartoon Network
Latin America aired the spoof series The Aquaman
Aquaman
& Friends Action Hour that starred Aquaman
Aquaman
as a children's television show host and the Legion of Doom
Legion of Doom
as his bankrupt villains. Legends of the Superheroes[edit] The two NBC
NBC
televised live-action specials of Legends of the Superheroes produced by Hanna-Barbera
Hanna-Barbera
Productions was based largely on Challenge of the Super Friends
Super Friends
while featuring Adam West, Burt Ward, and Frank Gorshin
Frank Gorshin
of the 1966 Batman
Batman
television series fame (West would go on to voice Batman
Batman
in Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show and The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians). The Justice League
Justice League
starred Batman, Robin, Captain Marvel, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Huntress, and Black Canary
Black Canary
against the Legion of Doom which featured Mordru
Mordru
leading Doctor Sivana, Riddler, Giganta, Sinestro, Weather Wizard, and Solomon Grundy (Superman, Wonder Woman, and their associate characters were absent due to the Superman
Superman
film and Wonder Woman
Wonder Woman
television series licensing the rights, respectively). DC Super Friends[edit] Despite using the main theme from The World's Greatest Super Friends, the 2010 DC Super Friends
Super Friends
"The Joker's Playhouse" shares several elements of its opening sequence with Challenge of the Super Friends including introducing the Legion of Doom.[4] Robot Chicken
Robot Chicken
DC Comics
DC Comics
Special[edit] The opening sequence of the Robot Chicken
Robot Chicken
DC Comics
DC Comics
Special
Special
parodies the opening of Challenge of the Super Friends
Super Friends
with the Legion of Doom substituted for Robot Chicken
Robot Chicken
original characters Chicken, Mad Scientist, Nerd, Humping Robot, Composite Santa, Gummy Bear, the Unicorn, and Bitch Puddin'. The Legion of Doom, Hall of Doom, and Hall of Justice also feature prominently in the episode. References[edit]

^ Michael C. Rupprecht. " Hanna-Barbera
Hanna-Barbera
Superfriends Chronology". Web.archive.org. Archived from the original on January 28, 2008. Retrieved 2016-06-01. CS1 maint: Unfit url (link) ^ McNeil, Alex (1997). Total Television Book and CD-ROM. Penguin (Non-Classics). ISBN 0-14-026737-9.  ^ Nobleman, Marc Tyler (29 July 2011). "Super '70s and '80s: "Super Friends"—Darrell McNeil, animator". Noblemania. Retrieved 25 October 2011.  ^ "DC SUPER FRIENDS™ The Joker's Playhouse DVD
DVD
Episode Imaginext Fisher Price". YouTube. 2011-08-26. Retrieved 2016-06-01. 

Featured link[edit]

Challenge of the Super Friends
Super Friends
at Big Cartoon DataBase Cartoon Network: DOC – Challenge of The Superfriends – cached copy from Internet Archives

External links[edit]

Challenge of the Super Friends
Super Friends
on IMDb Challenge of the Super Friends
Super Friends
at TV.com Challenge of the Super Friends
Super Friends
@ Legions of Gotham

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Television series

Super Friends
Super Friends
(1973) The All-New Super Friends Hour (1977) Challenge of the Super Friends
Super Friends
(1978) The World's Greatest Super Friends
The World's Greatest Super Friends
(1979) Super Friends
Super Friends
(1980) Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show (1984) The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians (1985)

Heroes

Apache Chief Aquaman The Atom Batman Black Vulcan Cyborg El Dorado Firestorm The Flash Gleek Green Lantern Hawkgirl Hawkman Rima
Rima
The Jungle Girl Robin Samurai Superman Wendy and Marvin Wonder Dog Wonder Twins Wonder Woman

Villains

Legion of Doom

Bizarro Black Manta Brainiac Captain Cold Cheetah Giganta Gorilla
Gorilla
Grodd Lex Luthor The Riddler The Scarecrow Sinestro Solomon Grundy Toyman

General

Darkseid DeSaad Kalibak Mirror Master Mister Mxyzptlk Paradrones Time Trapper

Merchandise

Super Powers Collection Super Powers Minicomics

Miscellania

The Superman/ Batman
Batman
Adventures The Hall of Justice List of Super Friends
Super Friends
episodes

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Children's programming on the American Broadcasting Company
American Broadcasting Company
in the 1970s

First-run animated series

The New Casper Cartoon Show (1963–70) The Smokey the Bear Show (1969–70) The Cattanooga Cats Show (1969–71) Hot Wheels (1969–71) Skyhawks
Skyhawks
(1969–71) The Adventures of Gulliver
The Adventures of Gulliver
(1968–70) Fantastic Voyage (1968–70) Will the Real Jerry Lewis Please Sit Down (1970–72) The Road Runner Show
The Road Runner Show
(1971–73) The Funky Phantom (1971–73) The Jackson 5ive (1971–73) The Osmonds (1972–74) The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie (1972–74) The Brady Kids
The Brady Kids
(1972–74) Kid Power (1972–74) Yogi's Gang
Yogi's Gang
(1973–75) Super Friends
Super Friends
(1973–74) Lassie's Rescue Rangers
Lassie's Rescue Rangers
(1973–75) Goober and the Ghost Chasers
Goober and the Ghost Chasers
(1973–75) Mission: Magic! (1973–74) Hong Kong Phooey
Hong Kong Phooey
(1974–76) The New Adventures of Gilligan
The New Adventures of Gilligan
(1974–77) Devlin (1974–76) These Are the Days (1974–76) The Tom and Jerry Show (1975–77) The Great Grape Ape Show
The Great Grape Ape Show
(1975–76) The Oddball Couple
The Oddball Couple
(1975–77) Jabberjaw
Jabberjaw
(1976–78) The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour (1976–77) The Mumbly Cartoon Show
The Mumbly Cartoon Show
(1976–77) The All-New Super Friends Hour (1977–78) Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics
Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics
(The Scooby-Doo Show Laff-A-Lympics Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels) (1977–79) Fangface (1978–79) Challenge of the Super Friends
Super Friends
(1978–79) The All-New Pink Panther Show (1978–79) The World's Greatest Super Friends
The World's Greatest Super Friends
(1979–80) The Plastic Man Comedy/ Adventure
Adventure
Show (Mighty Man and Yukk Rickety Rocket) (1979–81) Spider-Woman (1979–80) Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo (1979–80)

First-run live-action series

American Bandstand
American Bandstand
(1957–87) Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp (1970–72) Here Come the Double Deckers
Here Come the Double Deckers
(1970–72) Lidsville
Lidsville
(1971–73) Curiosity Shop (1971–73) Make a Wish (1971–76) Korg: 70,000 B.C. (1974–75) The Lost Saucer (1975–76) Uncle Croc's Block (1975–76) The Krofft Supershow (1976–78) Bigfoot and Wildboy

Dr. Shrinker Electra Woman and Dyna Girl Wonderbug

Junior Almost Anything Goes (1976–78) Animals, Animals, Animals (1976–81) ABC Weekend Special
Special
(1977–97) Kids Are People Too
Kids Are People Too
(1978–82)

Rebroadcasts

George of the Jungle (1967–70) Bewitched
Bewitched
(1972–73) Jonny Quest (1970–72) H.R. Pufnstuf
H.R. Pufnstuf
(1972–73) The Monkees (1972–73) The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show (1972) The Roman Holidays
The Roman Holidays
(1972) Speed Buggy (1976) Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!
(1978)

Schedules

1969–70 1970–71 1971–72 1972–73 1973–74 1974–75 1975–76 1976–77 1977–78 1978–79 1979–80

Related topics

Animation
Animation
in the United States
United States
in the television era

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Animated TV series based on DC Comics

Former

1960s debuts

The New Adventures of Superman
Superman
(1966–1970) The Superman/ Aquaman
Aquaman
Hour of Adventure
Adventure
(1967–1968) Aquaman
Aquaman
(1968–1970) The Batman/ Superman
Superman
Hour (1968–1969)

1970s debuts

Super Friends
Super Friends
(1973) The New Adventures of Batman
Batman
(1977) The All-New Super Friends Hour (1977) Challenge of the Super Friends
Super Friends
(1978) The World's Greatest Super Friends
The World's Greatest Super Friends
(1979) The Plastic Man Comedy/ Adventure
Adventure
Show (1979–1981)

1980s debuts

Super Friends
Super Friends
(1980–1983) The Kid Super Power Hour with Shazam! (1981–1982) Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show (1984) The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians (1985) Superman
Superman
(1988)

1990s debuts

Swamp Thing (1990–1991) Batman: The Animated Series (1992–1995) Wild C.A.T.s
Wild C.A.T.s
(1994–1995) Superman: The Animated Series (1996–2000) The New Batman/ Superman
Superman
Adventures (1997–2000) The New Batman
Batman
Adventures (1997–1999) Batman
Batman
Beyond (1999–2001)

2000s debuts

Static Shock
Static Shock
(2000–2004) The Zeta Project (2001–2002) Justice League
Justice League
(2001–2004) Teen Titans (2003–2006) Justice League
Justice League
Unlimited (2004–2006) The Batman
Batman
(2004–2008) Krypto the Superdog (2005–2006) Legion of Super Heroes (2006–2008) Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2008–2011)

2010s debuts

Green Lantern: The Animated Series (2011–2013) Beware the Batman
Batman
(2013–2014) Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles (2015)

Current

Young Justice (2010–2013, 2018–) Teen Titans Go! (2013–) Vixen (2015–) Justice League
Justice League
Action (2016–) Freedom Fighters: The Ray (2017–) Constantine: City of Demons (2018–) DC Super He

.