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Superheroines and the Epic Journey: Mythic Themes in Comics, Film and Television McFarland and Co. Fall 2016.

Valerie Estelle Frankel
Foreword by Trina Robbins

Print ISBN: 978-1-4766-6878-9
Ebook ISBN: 978-1-4766-2801-1
glossary, bibliography, index
softcover (6 x 9) 2017


In the heroine’s journey, the young woman protagonist confronts her dark side and emerges stronger. This quest is a recurring theme in comic books and their screen adaptations. Batgirl, Wonder Woman and Black Widow each find their greatest enemy is their dark mother or shadow twin—the savagery they’ve rejected in themselves. Supergirl, in her latest television incarnation, strives to restore her bonds with her sister. This book explores the popular mythos of comics heroines like Jessica Jones, Catwoman, Harley Quinn and the new superwomen of webcomics, who all endure great personal struggle or sacrifice before emerging as female warrior-saviors.


"Frankel uses myth the way it was meant to be used, to help people understand how their lives fit into a larger world. She offers great depth of analysis in understanding how the mythic characters of comics utilize the standard mythic tropes. This is a must-have."--Matthew Wilhelm Kapell, Exploring the Next Frontier: Vietnam, NASA, Star Trek and Utopia in 1960s and 1970s American Myth and History.


The Mockeries of the Galaxy: The Unauthorized Parody of The Guardians of the Galaxy

Everyone in the galaxy wants the Plot Device…especially the looming orange supervillain Big Vicious Dude, Lord of All the Galactic Places He Feels Like and his Vice Lord Whinin the Finger Pointer. Clearly, the galaxy needs a hero! Too bad all they’ve got is man-child Quitter Pill, Grapesoda the space babe, Bunny Foofoo, Dweeb the world’s biggest raspberry gumball, and a treelike creature who keeps saying “I am Grout.” Together they’re the Mockeries of the Galaxy, and they’ll save everyone, no matter the cost…as long as it’s not their collectables.


The Avengers Face Their Dark Sides: Mastering the Myth-Making behind the Marvel Superheroes  Kindle

The Avengers franchise has slammed off the charts, with brave, clever characters embarking on amazing adventures. But what fuels their fire? Tony Stark’s obsession with fast cars and fast women conceals a deep quest for purpose. When he witnesses that his weapons have murdered innocent families, his heart literally shatters – he builds himself the new heart of a hero. Captain America’s weakness is weakness itself, as Steve Rogers transforms into an outer self that matches the inner, a change mirrored in the heart of every kid beaten up on the playground. Rage rules the Hulk, though it’s also his greatest strength when mastered. The Avengers, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Guardians of the Galaxy find family that complete them, while Daredevil reconciles his split, even contradictory personality. Each hero battles his dark side, appearing as Loki, Red Skull, Kingpin, and other subconscious shadows. Thus, the hero conquers his doubts and harnesses might beyond his gauntlets or guns…he becomes a superhero. With easter eggs, interviews, and comic history, there's treats for all the Marvel fans.

Table of Contents

Introduction: The Myth of Superheroes from Silver Age to Modern Age
The MCU Films
Facing the Father: Iron Man
Battling the Shadow: Iron Man 2
Discovering the Inner Child: Iron Man 3
Loving the Monster: The Incredible Hulk
Embarking on the Hero’s Journey: Captain America
Finding One’s Home: Captain America Winter Soldier
Abandoning Ego: Thor
Breaching the Underworld: Thor: The Dark World
Forming the Team: The Avengers
Performing Persona: Black Widow and Hawkeye
Balancing the Anima: Guardians of the Galaxy
The MCU Shows
Traversing the Heroine’s Journey: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Assembling the Animus: Agent Carter
Reconciling the Spilt Self: Daredevil
Easter Eggs
Iron Man
The Incredible Hulk
Captain America
Iron Man 2
The Avengers
Iron Man 3
Marvel One-Shots
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Thor: The Dark World
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Guardians of the Galaxy
Agent Carter
Works Cited

Red, Blue, and Bronze: Inside the Symbols of the Wonder Woman Film

Wonder Woman the 2017 film blazed into the theaters and thrilled audiences with its killer action. Boys and girls cheered when their superheroine dropped her cloak and raced across No Man’s Land, eagle blazing on her chest. In fact, a deep symbolism lurks behind Diana’s lasso, shield, and crown, especially the new film versions. Why is her island filled with shells and spirals? As she explores Edwardian London, and mucks through the trenches, how is her journey particularly superheroic? The characters, their origins, and the nuances of feminism reveal much about America’s favorite superheroine and how she subverts them all.

Empowered: The Symbolism, Feminism, and Superheroism of Wonder Woman

KindleEmpowered: The Symbolism, Feminism, and Superheroism of Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman is an icon…but an icon of what? To some, she’s Lynda Carter, spinning into star-studded shorts to save the day. To others, she’s a racy Halloween costume or inspiring feminist role model. Which is true? This book analyzes each era of Wonder Woman, from the Golden Age to George Pérez and Gail Simone’s reboots to The New 52 and television shows, cartoons, and films. Which teach the right messages for girls and boys? Which have problematic symbols? Most of all, which present an empowering female superhero and which just a fun-loving princess in an improbably clinging corset? Let’s find out.

Table of Contents

On Feminist Comic Book Readings
Golden Age (William Moulton Marston) 1941-1947
Wimpy Wonder Woman (Robert Kanigher) 1947-1967
Diana Prince: Wonder Woman (Denny O’Neil and Mike Sekowsky) 1968-1973
Return of Wonder Woman (Denny O’Neil and Mike Sekowsky) 1973-1986
Lynda Carter’s “New, Original Wonder Woman” 1975-1979
Super Friends 1973-1986
Crisis on Infinite Earths (Geoff Johns) 1985-1986
New Myths (George Pérez) 1987-1992
Cheesecake, Anyone? (William Messner-Loebs) 1992-1995
Family Drama (John Byrne) 1995-1998
Superhero Renaissance
Alt Visions: The Gritty/Wimpy Hero
Alt-Visions: The Sweet Inspiration
The Next Generation: Justice League 2001–04 and 2004–06
Violence for Kids: JLA Cartoon Movie 2009
Nostalgia and Ultimate War (Phil Jimenez) 2001-2003
Back to Myth (Greg Rucka) 2003-2005
Infinite Crisis 2005-2006
A Nemesis and An Amazon War (Jodi Picoult) 2007
Feminism, not Fridges (Gail Simone) 2008-2010
Final Crisis (Grant Morrison) 2008
The Lost Film (Joss Whedon) 2009
A Heroine’s Odyssey (J. Michael Straczynski) 2011
Smallville Revisited (NBC Pilot) 2011
Blood, Guts, and Glory (Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang) 2011
Modern Alt-Worlds
Modern Spinoffs
Reaching Toddlers: Board and Picture Books
Larger Universe: Other Multimedia
Appendix: Comics Guide
Appendix: Episode List and Bibliography
Works Cited

Wonder Woman Comics Guide


William Moulton Marston & H. G. Peter

 All Star Comics Archives Vol. 2

All-Star Comics #7-10

Oct ‘41 – May ’42

Marston & Peter

The Wonder Woman Chronicles Vol. 1

All Star Comics 8; Sensation Comics #1-9; Wonder Woman 1

Dec ‘41 – Sept ’42

Marston & Peter

Wonder Woman Archives Vol. 1

All-Star Comics 8; Sensation Comics #1-12; Wonder Woman 1

Dec ‘40 – Dec ’42

Marston & Peter

Wonder Woman Archives Vol. 2

Sensation Comics #13-17; Wonder Woman 2-4

Fall ‘42 – May ’43

Marston & Peter

Wonder Woman Archives Vol. 3

Sensation Comics #18-24; Wonder Woman 5-7

June ‘43 – Dec ’43

Marston & Peter

Wonder Woman Archives Vol. 4

Sensation Comics #25-32; Wonder Woman 8-9

Jan – Aug ’44

Marston & Peter

Wonder Woman Archives Vol. 5

Sensation Comics #33-40; Wonder Woman 10-12

Fall ‘44 – Apr ’45

Marston & Peter

Wonder Woman Archives Vol. 6

Sensation Comics #41-48; Wonder Woman 13-15

May – Dec ’45

Robert Kanigher

Showcase Presents: Wonder Woman Vol. 1

Wonder Woman #98-117

May ‘58 – Oct ’60

Gardner Fox et al.

Showcase Presents: The Justice League of America Vol. 1

The Brave & The Bold 28-30; JLA #1-16; Mystery In Space 75


Feb ‘60 – Dec ’62

Robert Kanigher

Showcase Presents: Wonder Woman Vol. 2

Wonder Woman #118-137

Nov ‘60 – Apr ‘63

Gardner Fox et al.

Showcase Presents: The Justice League of America Vol. 2

Justice League Of America #17-36

Feb ‘63 – June ’65

Robert Kanigher

Showcase Presents: Wonder Woman Vol. 3

Wonder Woman #138-156

May ‘63 – Aug ’65

Julius Schwartz (editor)

The Twelve Labors

Wonder Woman #212-#222

July ‘74-Mar ‘76

Bob Haney, Nick Cardy, & Bruno Premiani

Teen Titans: Year One

Teen Titans: Year One #1-6

Mar – Aug ’08

Denny O’Neil & Mike Sekowsky

Diana Prince: Wonder Woman Vol. 1

Wonder Woman #178-184, Superman’s Girlfriend Lois Lane 93

Sept ‘68 – Oct ’69

O’Neil & Sekowsky

Diana Prince: Wonder Woman Vol. 2

Wonder Woman 185-189, Superman’s Girlfriend Lois Lane 93, The Brave & the Bold 87

Nov ‘69 – Aug ’70

O’Neil & Sekowsky

Diana Prince: Wonder Woman Vol. 3

Wonder Woman 190-198, World’s Finest 204

Sept ‘70 – Feb ’72

O’Neil & Sekowsky

Diana Prince: Wonder Woman Vol. 4

Wonder Woman 199-204, Brave & the Bold 105

Mar ‘72 – Feb ‘73

Marv Wolfman & George Pérez

Crisis on Infinite Earths

Crisis on Infinite Earths #1 – 12

Apr ‘85 – Mar ’86



Alan Moore & Curt Swan

Whatever Happened To The Man Of Tomorrow? 

Action Comics 583; DC Comics Presents 85; Superman Annual 11; Superman 423

Sept ‘85 – Sept ’86

George Perez

Wonder Woman: Gods & Mortals

Wonder Woman Vol. 2 #1-7

Feb – Aug ’87

John Ostrer, Len Wein, John Byrne

Legends: The Collection

Legends #1-6

Nov ‘86- May ‘87

Giffen, Dematteis, & MaGuire

Justice League International Vol. 1

Justice League #1-6 and Justice League International 7

Nov ’87 -Apr ‘89

Giffen, DeMatteis, Maguire & Austin


Millennium #1-8

Jan – Feb ’88

George Perez

Wonder Woman: Challenge of the Gods

Wonder Woman #8-14

Sept ‘87- Mar ‘88

George Perez

Wonder Woman: Beauty & the Beasts

Wonder Woman #15-19, Action 600

Apr – Aug ‘88

George Perez

Wonder Woman: Destiny Calling

Wonder Woman #20-24, annual 1

Aug – Dec ‘88

Dan Jurgens

Zero Hour: Crises in Time

Zero Hour: Crisis in Time #0-4, Showcase ’94 8-9

July ‘94 – Sept ‘94

William Messner-Loebs

Wonder Woman: The Contest

Wonder Woman #0, 90-93

Sept ‘94 – Jan ‘95

William Messner-Loebs

Wonder Woman: Challenge of Artemis

Wonder Woman #94-100

Feb – Aug ‘95

John Byrne

Wonder Woman: Second Genesis

Wonder Woman #101-105

Sept ‘95 – Jan ‘96

Mark Waid & Howard Porter

Underworld Unleashed

Underworld Unleashed #1-3; Abyss – Hell’s Sentinel 1

Nov ‘95 – Jan ‘96

John Byrne

Wonder Woman: Lifelines

Wonder Woman #106-112

Feb – Aug ’96

Dan Jurgens, Grant Morrison

Secret Origins: Featuring The JLA

Aquaman Secret Files 1; Batman  Secret Files & Origins 1; The Flash Secret Files 1; Green Lantern Secret Files 1; Superman Secret Files & Origins 1; Wonder Woman Secret Files 1

Sept ‘97 – Dec ‘98

Mark Waid & Alex Ross

Kingdom Come

Kingdom Come #1-4

May – Aug ‘96

Christopher Moeller

JLA: League of One

3 issue limited series


Phil Jimenez

Wonder Woman: Paradise Lost

Wonder Woman #164-170, SFO 2

Jan – July ‘01


9-11 Vol. 2: Sept 11, 2001


Feb ‘02

Phil Jimenez

Wonder Woman: Paradise Found

Wonder Woman #171-177, SFO 3

Aug ‘01 – Feb ‘02

Frank Miller

Batman: The Dark Knight Strikes Again

3 issue limited series

Dec ‘01 – July ‘02

Joe Kelly

JLA: Golden Perfect

JLA #61-65


Marv Wolfman & George Pérez

New Teen Titans: Who is Donna Troy?

New Teen Titans #38, Tales of the New Teen Titans #50,New Titans #50-55


Greg Rucka

Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia



Paul Dini

Wonder Woman: Spirit Of Truth


Nov ‘01

Greg Rucka

Wonder Woman: Down To Earth

Wonder Woman #195-200

Oct ‘03 – Mar ‘04

Greg Rucka

Wonder Woman: Bitter Rivals

Wonder Woman #200-205

Oct ‘03 – Mar ‘04

Brad Meltzer & Rags Morales

Identity Crisis

Identity Crisis #1-7

Mar – Aug ‘04

Greg Rucka

Wonder Woman: Eyes of the Gorgon

Wonder Woman #206-213

Sept ‘04 – Apr ‘05

Greg Rucka

Wonder Woman: L& Of the Dead

Wonder Woman #214-217; Flash 219

May – July ‘05

Greg Rucka & Jesus Saiz

Countdown to Infinite Crisis: The OMAC Project

The OMAC Project #1-6, Countdown to Infinite Crisis 1, Wonder Woman 219

June – Nov ‘05

Phil Jimenez & Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez 

Teen Titans/Outsiders: The Death & Return of Donna Troy

Titans/Young Justice: Graduation Day #1-3 and DC Special: The Return of Donna Troy #1-4


Geoff Johns

Infinite Crisis

Infinite Crisis #1-7, SFO, “Infinite Discussions”

Dec ‘05 – June ‘’06

Geoff Johns & Phil Jimenez

Superman: Infinite Crisis

Superman 226; Action Comics 836; Adventures of Superman 649; Infinite Crisis 5; Infinite Crisis Secret Files 1

Apr ‘06

Greg Rucka

Wonder Woman: Mission’s End

Wonder Woman #218-226

Aug ‘05 – Apr ‘06

Darwyn Cooke

Justice League: The New Frontier Special



Jodi Picoult

Wonder Woman: Love & Murder

Wonder Woman #6-10

May – Aug ‘07

Will Pfeifer

Wonder Woman: Amazons Attack


June – Oct ‘07

Allan Heinberg

Wonder Woman: Who is Wonder Woman?

Wonder Woman Vol. 3 #1-4, Annual #1

Aug ‘06 –Nov ‘07

J. Torres

Teen Titans Spotlight: Wonder Girl

Teen Titans Spotlight: Wonder Girl #1-6


Gail Simone

Wonder Woman: The Circle

Wonder Woman #14-19

Jan – June ‘08

Gail Simone

Wonder Woman: Ends of the Earth

Wonder Woman #20-25

July – Dec ‘08

Matt Wagner

Superman / Batman / Wonder Woman: Trinity: Volume 1

Trinity #1-17

June – Sept ‘’08

Kurt Busiek & Mark Bagley

Superman / Batman / Wonder Woman: Trinity: Volume 2

Trinity #18-35

Oct ‘08 – Jan ‘09

Matt Wagner

Superman / Batman / Wonder Woman: Trinity: Volume 3

Trinity #36-52

Feb – May ‘09

Grant Morrison & J.G. Jones

Absolute Final Crisis 

Final Crisis #1-7 & Final Crisis: Superman Beyond #1-2 


Gail Simone

Wonder Woman: Rise of the Olympian

Wonder Woman #26-33

Jan – Aug ‘09

Dwayne McDuffie & Ed Benes

Justice League of America: When Worlds Collide

Justice League of America #27-28, 30-34

Jan – Aug ‘09

Gail Simone

Wonder Woman: Warkiller

Wonder Woman #34-39


Gail Simone

Wonder Woman: Contagion

Wonder Woman #40-44

Mar – July ‘10

J. Michael Straczynski

Wonder Woman: Odyssey Volume 1

Wonder Woman: Odyssey #1-6


J. Michael Straczynski

Wonder Woman: Odyssey Volume 2

Wonder Woman: Odyssey #7-12


James Robinson & &y Lanning

Flashpoint: The World of Flashpoint Featuring Wonder Woman



Geoff Johns, Jim Lee, Scott Williams

Justice League Vol. 1: Origin

Justice League #1-6


Brian Azzarello & Cliff Chiang 

Wonder Woman Vol. 1: Blood

Wonder Woman #1-6


Johns, Lee, Williams

Justice League Vol. 2: Villain’s Journey

Justice League #7-12


Azzarello & Chiang 

Wonder Woman Vol. 2: Guts

Wonder Woman #7-12


Soule & Daniel

Superman/Wonder Woman 1: Power Couple

Superman/Wonder Woman #1-6


Azzarello & Chiang 

Wonder Woman Vol. 3: Iron

 Wonder Woman #0, #13-17


Azzarello & Chiang 

Wonder Woman Vol. 4: War

Wonder Woman 19-23











Episode List

LyndaCarter Wonder Woman Episodes



Pilot            07/Nov/75 Wonder Woman (pilot) (90 min)


Season 1

102 21/Apr/76       Wonder Woman Meets Baroness Von Gunther

103 28/Apr/76       Fausta: The Nazi Wonder Woman

104 13/Oct/76        Beauty on Parade

105 06/Nov/76      The Feminum Mystique (1)

106 08/Nov/76      The Feminum Mystique (2)

107 18/Dec/76       Wonder Woman vs. Gargantua!

108 25/Dec/76       The Pluto File

109 08/Jan/77        Last of the Two Dollar Bills

110 15/Jan/77        Judgment from Outer Space (1)

111 17/Jan/77        Judgment from Outer Space (2)

112             22/Jan/77        Formula 407

113             29/Jan/77        The Bushwackers

114 16/Feb/77        Wonder Woman in Hollywood


Season 2

201 16/Sep/77        The Return of Wonder Woman

202 23/Sep/77        Anschluss ‘77

203             30/Sep/77        The Man Who Could Move the World

204 07/Oct/77        The Bermuda Triangle Crisis

205 14/Oct/77        Knockout

206 21/Oct/77        The Pied Piper

207 28/Oct/77        The Queen and the Thief

208 11/Nov/77      I Do, I Do

209             18/Nov/77      The Man Who Made Volcanoes

210             02/Dec/77       Mind Stealers from Outer Space (1)

211 09/Dec/77       Mind Stealers from Outer Space (2)

212 30/Dec/77       The Deadly Toys

213 06/Jan/78        LightFingered Lady

214 20/Jan/78        Screaming Javelin

215             03/Feb/78        Diana’s Disappearing Act

216 10/Feb/78        Death in Disguise

217             17/Feb/78        I.R.A.C. Is Missing

218 03/Mar/78       Flight to Oblivion

219 10/Mar/78       Séance of Terror

220 31/Mar/78       The Man Who Wouldn’t Tell

221 07/Apr/78       The Girl from Islandia

222 21/Apr/78       The Murderous Missile


Season 3

301 22/Sep/78        My Teenage Idol Is Missing

302 29/Sep/78        Hot Wheels

303 06/Oct/78        The Deadly Sting

304 13/Oct/78        The Fine Art of Crime

305 20/Oct/78        Disco Devil

306 03/Nov/78      Formicida

307 10/Nov/78      Time Bomb

308 24/Nov/78      Skateboard Wiz

309 01/Dec/78       The Deadly Dolphin

310 15/Dec/78       Stolen Faces

311 22/Dec/78       Pot of Gold

312 29/Dec/78       Gault’s Brain

313 12/Jan/79        Going, Going, Gone

314 26/Jan/79        Spaced Out

315 02/Feb/79        The Starships Are Coming

316 16/Feb/79        Amazon Hot Wax

317 19/Feb/79        The Richest Man in the World

318 10/Mar/79       A Date with Doomsday

319 17/Mar/79       The Girl with a Gift for Disaster

320 28/May/79       The Boy Who Knew Her Secret (1)

321 29/May/79       The Boy Who Knew Her Secret (2)

322 28/Aug/79       The Man Who Could Not Die

323 04/Sep/79        Phantom of the Roller Coaster (1)

324 11/Sep/79        Phantom of the Roller Coaster (2)

Super Friends

Super Friends 

Season 1 1973-1974

1.1  The Power Pirate

1.2  The Baffles Puzzle

1.3  Professor Goodfellow’s G.E.E.C.

1.4  The Weather Maker

1.5  Dr. Palagian’s War

1.6  The Shamon U

1.7  Too Hot to Handle

1.8  The Androids

1.9  The Balloon People

1.10            The Fantastic Frerps

1.11            The Ultra Beam

1.12            Menace of the White Dwarf

1.13            The Mysterious Moles

1.14            Gulliver’s Gigantic Goof

1.15            The Planet Splitter

1.16            The Watermen


The All New Super Friends Hour 

Season 2 1977-1978

1(A)            “The Brain Machine”

1(B)            “Joy Ride”

1(C)            “Invasion of the Earthors”

1(D)           “The Whirlpool”

2(A)            “The Secret Four”

2(B)            “Tiger on the Loose”

2(C)            “The Mysterious Time Creatures”

2(D)           “The Antidote”

3(A)            “Invasion of the Hydronoids”

3(B)            “Hitchhike”

3(C)            “City in a Bottle”

3(D)           “Space Emergency”

4(A)            “Doctor Fright”

4(B)            “Drag Race”

4(C)            “Day of the Plant Creatures”

4(D)           “Fire”

5(A)            “The Monster Of Dr. Droid”

5(B)            “Vandals”

5(C)            “Super Friends Vs. Super Friends”

5(D)           “Energy Mass”

6(A)            “The Enforcer”

6(B)            “Shark”

6(C)            “Planet of the Neanderthals”

6(D)           “Flood Of Diamonds”

7(A)            “The Invisible Menace”

7(B)            “Initiation”

7(C)            “Coming of the Arthropods”

7(D)           “River Of Doom”

8(A)            “Attack of the Giant Squid”

8(B)            “Game Of Chicken”

8(C)            “The Water Beast”

8(D)           “Volcano”

9(A)            “The Collector”

9(B)            “Handicap”

9(C)            “The Mind Maidens”

9(D)           “Alaska Peril”

10(A)          “The Fifty Foot Woman”

10(B)          “Cheating”

10(C)          “Exploration Earth”

10(D) “Attack of the Killer Bees”

11(A)          “Forbidden Power”

11(B)          “Pressure Point”

11(C)          “The Lion Men”

11(D) “Day of the Rats”

12(A)          “The Man Beasts Of Xra”

12(B)          “Prejudice”

12(C)          “The Tiny World Of Terror”

12(D) “Tibetan Raiders”

13(A)          “Frozen Peril”

13(B)          “Dangerous Prank”

13(C)          “The Mummy Of Nazca”

13(D) “Cable Car Rescue”

14(A)          “The Marsh Monster”

14(B)          “The Runaways”

14(C)          “Will The World Collide?”

14(D) “Time Rescue”

15(A)          “The Protector”

15(B)          “Stowaways”

15(C)          “The Ghost”

15(D) “Rampage”




Challenge of the Super Friends 

Season 3 1978

1(A)            “Wanted: The Super Friends”

1(B)            “Rokan: Enemy from Space”

2(A)            “Invasion of the Fearians”

2(B)            “The Demons of Exxor”

3(A)            “The World’s Deadliest Game”

3(B)            “Battle at the Earth’s Core”

4(A)            “The Time Trap”

4(B)            “Sinbad and the Space Pirates”

5(A)            “Trial of the Super Friends”

5(B)            “The Pied Piper from Space”

6(A)            “Monolith Of Evil”

6(B)            “Attack of the Vampire”

7(A)            “The Giants Of Doom”

7(B)            “The Beasts Are Coming”

8(A)            “Secret Origins of the Super Friends”

8(B)            “Terror from the Phantom Zone”

9(A)            “Revenge On Gorilla City”

9(B)            “The Anti-Matter Monster”

10(A)          “Swamp of the Living Dead”

10(B)          “World Beneath the Ice”

11(A)          “Conquerors of the Future”

11(B)          “Invasion of the Brain Creatures”

12(A)          “The Final Challenge”

12(B)          “The Incredible Space Circus”

13(A)          “Fairy Tale Of Doom”

13(B)          “Batman : Dead or Alive”

14(A)          “Doomsday”

14(B)          “Battle of the Gods”

15(A)          “Super Friends: Rest in Peace”

15(B)          “Journey Through Inner Space”

16(A)          “History Of Doom”

16(B)          “The Rise and Fall of the Super Friends”


The World’s Greatest Super Friends 

Season 4 1979-1980

4.1  Rub Three Times for Disaster

4.2  Lex Luthor Strikes Back

4.3  Space Knights of Camelon

4.4  The Lord of Middle Earth

4.5  Universe of Evil

4.6  Terror at 20,000 Fathoms

4.7  The Super Friends  Meet Frankenstein

4.8  The Planet of Oz


Super Friends

Season 5 1980-1981

1(A)            “Bigfoot”

1(B)            “The Ice Demon”

1(C)            “The Make Up Monster”

2(A)            “Journey into Blackness”

2(B)            “The Cycle Gang”

2(C)            “Dive to Disaster”

3(A)            “Yuna the Terrible”

3(B)            “Rock and Roll Space Bandits”

3(C)            “Elevator to Nowhere”

4(A)            “One Small Step for Mars”

4(B)            “Haunted House”

4(C)            “The Incredible Crude Oil Monster”

5(A)            “Voodoo Vampire”

5(B)            “Invasion of the Gleeks”

5(C)            “Mxyzptlk Strikes Again”

6(A)            “The Man in the Moon”

6(B)            “Circus of Horrors”

6(C)            “Around the World in 80 Riddles”

7(A)            “Termites from Venus”

7(B)            “Eruption”

7(C)            “Return of Atlantis”

8(A)            “The Killer Machines”

8(B)            “Garden of Doom”

8(C)            “Revenge of Bizarro”


Super Friends

Season 6 1981-1982

1(A)            “The Outlaws of Orion”

1(B)            “Three Wishes”

1(C)            “Scorpio”

2(A)            “Mxyzptlk’s Flick”

2(B)            “The Sink Hole”

2(C)            “The Alien Mummy”

3(A)            “The Evil from Krypton”

3(B)            “The Creature from the Dump”

3(C)            “The Aircraft Terror”

4(A)            “The Lava Men”

4(B)            “Bazarowurld”

4(C)            “The Warlord’s Amulet”

5(A)            “The Iron Cyclops”

5(B)            “Palette’s Perils”

5(C)            “Colossus”

6(A)            “The Stowaways from Space”

6(B)            “The Scaraghosta Sea”

6(C)            “The Witch’s Arcade”


Super Friends (“The Lost Season”)

Season 7 1983

1(A)            “Mxyzptlk’s Revenge”

1(B)            “Roller Coaster”

1(C)            “Once Upon a Poltergeist”

2(A)            “Warpland”

2(B)            “Two Gleeks are Deadlier Than One”

2(C)            “Bulgor the Behemoth”

3(A)            “The Krypton Syndrome”

3(B)            “Invasion of the Space Dolls”

3(C)            “Terror on the Titanic”

4(A)            “Revenge of Doom”

4(B)            “A Pint of Life”

4(C)            “Day of the Dinosaurs”

5(A)            “Return of the Phantoms”

5(B)            “Bully for You”

5(C)            “Superclones”

6(A)            “Prisoners of Sleep”

6(B)            “An Unexpected Treasure”

6(C)            “The Malusian Blob”

7(A)            “Attack of the Cats”

7(B)            “One Small Step for Superman”

7(C)            “Video Victims”

8(A)            “Playground of Doom”

8(B)            “Space Racers”

8(C)            “The Recruiter”

Super Friends

Season 8 1984-1985

1(A)            “The Bride of Darkseid Part 1”

1(B)            “The Bride of Darkseid Part 2”

2(A)            “The Wrath of Brainiac”

2(B)            “Reflections in Crime”

3(A)            “No Honor Among Thieves”

3(B)            “Mr. Mxyzptlk and the Magic Lamp”

4(A)            “The Case of the Shrinking Super Friends”

4(B)            “The Mask of Mystery”

5(A)            “Darkseid’s Golden Trap Part 1”

5(B)            “Darkseid’s Golden Trap Part 2”

6(A)            “Island of the Dinosoids”

6(B)            “Uncle Mxyzptlk”

7(A)            “The Case of the Dreadful Dolls”

7(B)            “The Royal Ruse”

8(A)            “The Village of Lost Souls”

8(B)            “The Curator”  


The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians 

Season 9 1985-1986

1    “The Seeds of Doom”

2(A)            “The Ghost Ship”

2(B)            “The Bizarro Super Powers Team”

3    “The Darkseid Deception”

4    “The Fear”

5    “The Wild Cards”

6(A)            “The Brainchild”

6(B)            “The Case of the Stolen Powers”

7    “Escape from Space City”

8    “The Death of Superman”

Justice League/ Justice League Unlimited

1.1  Secret Origins

1.2  Secret Origins: Part II

1.3  Secret Origins: Part III

1.4  In Blackest Night

1.5  In Blackest Night: Part II

1.6  The Enemy Below

1.7  The Enemy Below: Part II

1.8  Paradise Lost

1.9  Paradise Lost: Part II

1.10            War World

1.11            War World: Part II

1.12            The Brave and the Bold

1.13            The Brave and the Bold: Part II

1.14            Fury

1.15            Fury: Part II

1.16            Legends

1.17            Legends: Part II

1.18            Injustice for All

1.19            Injustice for All: Part II

1.20            A Knight of Shadows

1.21            A Knight of Shadows: Part II

1.22            Metamorphosis

1.23            Metamorphosis: Part II

1.24            The Savage Time

1.25            The Savage Time: Part II

1.26            The Savage Time: Part III

2.1  Twilight

2.2  Twilight: Part II

2.3  Tabula Rasa

2.4  Tabula Rasa: Part II

2.5  Only a Dream

2.6  Only a Dream: Part II

2.7  Maid of Honor

2.8  Maid of Honor: Part II

2.9  Hearts and Minds

2.10            Hearts and Minds: Part II

2.11            A Better World

2.12            A Better World: Part II

2.13            Eclipsed

2.14            Eclipsed: Part II

2.15            The Terror Beyond

2.16            The Terror Beyond: Part II

2.17            Secret Society

2.18            Secret Society: Part II

2.19            Hereafter

2.20            Hereafter: Part II

2.21            Wild Cards

2.22            Wild Cards: Part II

2.23            Comfort and Joy

2.24            Starcrossed

2.25            Starcrossed: Part II

2.26            Starcrossed: Part III

3.1 Initiation

3.2 For the Man Who Has Everything

3.3 Kid Stuff

3.4 Hawk and Dove

3.5 This Little Piggy

3.6  Fearful Symmetry

3.7  The Greatest Story Never Told

3.8  The Return

3.9  Ultimatum

3.10            Dark Heart

3.11            Wake the Dead

3.12            The Once and Future Thing Part One: Weird Western Tales

3.13            The Once and Future Thing Part Two: Time, Warped

4.1  The Cat and the Canary

4.2  The Ties That Bind

4.3  The Doomsday Sanction

4.4  Task Force X

4.5  The Balance

4.6  Double Date

4.7  Clash

4.8  Hunter’s Moon

4.9  Question Authority

4.10            Flashpoint

4.11            Panic in the Sky

4.12            Divided We Fall

4.13            Epilogue

5.1  I Am Legion

5.2  Shadowof the Hawk

5.3  Chaos at the Earth’s Core

5.4  To Another Shore

5.5  Flashand Substance

5.6  Dead Reckoning

5.7  Patriot Act

5.8  The Great Brain Robbery

5.9  Grudge Match

5.10            Far from Home

5.11            Ancient History

5.12            Alive!

5.13            Destroyer

Wonder Woman Books



Greenberg, Martin H. Further Adventures of Wonder Woman. New York: Bantam Books, 1993.

Lay, Carol. Wonder Woman: Mythos (JLA). USA: Pocket Star, 2002

Perry, S.D. Wonder Woman (novelization of the 2009 cartoon). USA: Pocket Star, 2008.


Justice League Wonder Woman Spinoff Books

Dahl, Michael (w) and Dan Schoening (i). Trial of the Amazons Mankato, MI. Stone Arch Books, 2010.

Stephens, Sarah Hines (w) and Dan Schoening (i). Creature of Chaos. Mankato, MI. Stone Arch Books, 2010.

Stephens, Sarah (w) and Dan Schoening (i). Rumble in the Rainforest. Mankato, MI. Stone Arch Books, 2010.

Simonson, Louise (w) and Dan Schoening (i). Monster Magic. Mankato, MI. Stone Arch Books, 2010.

Crawford, Phillip (w) and Dan Schoening (i). The Fruit of All Evil. Mankato, MI. Stone Arch Books, 2011.

Sutton, Laurie (w) and Dan Schoening (i). Sword of the Dragon. Mankato, MI. Stone Arch Books, 2011.

Kupperberg, Paul (w) and Dan Schoening (i). Dr. Psycho's Circus of Crime. Mankato, MI. Stone Arch Books, 2011.

Sutton, Laurie (w) and Dan Schoening (i). Cheetahand the Purrfect Crime. Mankato, MI. Stone Arch Books, 2012.


Picture and Board Books

Bird, Benjamin and Ethen Beavers. Wonder Woman ABCs. USA: Picture Window Books, 2014.

Carbone, Courtney (a) and Dan Schoening (i). Flower Power! New York: Random House/Little Golden Books, 2014.

Cosentino, Ralph. Wonder Woman: The Story of the Amazon Princess. New York: Viking Books for Young Readers, 2011.

Hibbert, Clare. Wonder Woman’s Book of MythsNew York: DK Publishing, 2004.

Katz, David and Georgia Rucker. Touch & Feel Board Book -My First Wonder Woman Book. USA: Downtown Bookworks, 2011.

Lemke, Donald and Min Sung Ku. Wonder Woman: A Word Adventure! USA: Picture Window Books, 2014.

Merberg, Julie. DC Super Heroes: My First Book of Girl Power. USA: Downtown Bookworks, 2014.

Sazaklis, John and Luciano Vecchio. Wonder Woman: An Origin Story (DC Super Heroes Origins). USA: Stone Arch Books, 2015.

Stein, Erin K. and Rick Farley. I Am Wonder Woman. New York: Harper Collins, 2012.

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