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DC To Collect E. Nelson Bridwell and Ramona Fradon's Super Friends Comic In Hardcover

In June 2020, DC Comics is to begin collecting one of DC Comics' odder titles, the Super Friends comic books published by DC Comics from November 1976 to August 1981, that were themselves adaptations of the all-ages DC animated cartoon that was an adaptation of the Justice League comic books, just through less violent and confrontational lenses.

The first hardcover volume will contain the first two years of comics, Super Friends #1-26 by E. Nelson Bridwell and Ramona Fradon.

DC To Collect E. Nelson Bridwell and Ramona Fradon's Super Friends Comic In Hardcover

Inspired by the hit animated TV series, these 1970s tales are collected in a new collection of stories starring Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and the rest of the Justice League of America.

From the Hall of Justice come these tales of the Justice League of America, inspired by their hit 1970s animated TV series. In these 1970s tales, the entire Justice League of America assembles to battle evil in the form of Queen Hippolyte, the Riddler, the Ocean Monster and many more. These tales are written by DC editor and historian E. Nelson Bridwell with art by classic DC artist Ramona Fradon, best known for her work on AQUAMAN and METAMORPHO.

Collects Super Friends #1-26, Aquateers meet the Super Friends #1 and Limited Collectors' Edition #C41

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