DC Super Heroes: The Filmation Adventures DVD

Wow. This one completely flew under my radar (I'm usually better than that, LOL)! And it looks like a hot one!!

TvShowsonDVD announced this Warner release on April 21st.

Basically all Warner has committed to so far is that it'll be released on August 12th, it'll include 18 episodes on two discs, a documentary on the Filmation studio, run 126 minutes and cost $24.98 SRP.

TvShowsonDVD speculates that the 18 cartoons will be:
  • Green Lantern (Hal Jordan)
    • Evil is as Evil Does
    • The Vanishing World
    • Sirena, Empress Of Evil
  • The Flash (Barry Allen, with Kid Flash Wally West)
    • The Chemo-Creature
    • Take a Giant Step
    • To Catch A Blue Bult
  • Hawkman (Katar Hul of Thanagar)
    • Peril from Pluto
    • A Visit to Venus
    • The Twenty-Third Dimension
  • The Atom (Ray Palmer)
    • Invasion Of The Beetle-Men
    • The Plant Master
    • The House of Doom
  • The Teen Titans (Aqualad, Kid Flash, Speedy and Wonder Girl)
    • The Monster Machine
    • The Space Beast Round-Up
    • Operation: Rescue
  • The Justice League (Superman, Atom, Flash, Green Lantern and Hawkman)
    • Between Two Armies
    • Target Earth
    • Bad Day On Black Mountain


  1. Oh, excellent;
    it's got the one where Hal Jordan gets his in the head with an owl...

  2. OMG! Scipico has read my blog! Gasp!

    I mean, HA HA, love the vid clip!!

  3. Loved watching these when I was a kid. The Teen Titan ones rarely aired, but when they did I was thrilled. It's interesting that Filmation was ok with using Wonder Girl, but never attempted a Wonder Woman cartoon. Not even as part of the Justice League. Strange.

  4. Then as now, entertainment producers see super heroes as the sole domain of boys...and boys (supposedly) just aren't interested in female heroes. I think that's the main reason Wonder Woman gets so little love. How many movies, animated series, TV series have been made about Superman and Batman. Compare that number to the ones done about Wonder Woman...

    Even the majority of the merchandising for the Justice League animated series omitted Wonder Woman and Hawkgirl. It's a never ending cycle.

    I can't wait for this DVD, though.

    OH WAIT!!!

    Now that I think about it:
    Wonder Woman didn't make it out of comics (unless you count the newspaper strip) until The Brady Kids in 1972. The Superman/Aquaman Hour started in 1967. That means Donna beat Diana to TV by about 5 years!!! Wow.