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Bio:
In comics, the Super Friends are a sub-set of the Earth-1 Justice League.

They operate out of two locations—the JLA satellite and the earthbound Hall of Justice. The Hall is explained to be a ground-based extension of the satellite.

More importantly, though, it's the campus of the Super-Hero Academy, of which Zan, Jayna, Marvin and Wendy were students. Robin was, in the parlance of the British educational system, the sort of "Head Boy". (Issue #1 makes it clear that Robin is not a member of the Justice League proper, but someone who has "helped out from time to time".)

Thus, while the cartoons may have implied that they were the "friends" of each other, the comic makes it clearer that they are the Justice League "friends" to young super-hero talent.


Trivia:
The comic states that Snapper Carr once was in the same program as Zan, Jayna, Wendy and Marvin, implying that the Super Friends, and the Hall of Justice, weren't new to the DCU at the outset of the comic.

An alternate form of address for a young Super Friend is "Junior Justice Leaguer".

Members:
An image for Aquaman (DC)(Earth-1 - Pre Crisis) exists Aquaman (DC)(Earth-1 - Pre Crisis)
An image for Batman (DC)(03 - Post-Crisis) exists Batman (DC)(03 - Post-Crisis)
An image for Batman (DC)(Earth-1 - Pre Crisis) exists Batman (DC)(Earth-1 - Pre Crisis)
An image for Gleek (Earth-1 - Pre Crisis) exists Gleek (Earth-1 - Pre Crisis)
Wendy Harris (DC)(Earth-1)
An image for Jayna (Earth-1 - Pre Crisis) exists Jayna (Earth-1 - Pre Crisis)
An image for Robin (01 - Dick Grayson, E-1 & Post-Crisis) exists Robin (01 - Dick Grayson, E-1 & Post-Crisis)
An image for Superman (DC)(Earth-1 - Pre Crisis) exists Superman (DC)(Earth-1 - Pre Crisis)
Marvin White (Earth-1)
An image for Wonder Woman (DC)(Earth-1 - Pre Crisis)(01- Diana) exists Wonder Woman (DC)(Earth-1 - Pre Crisis)(01- Diana)
An image for Wonderdog (Earth-1) exists Wonderdog (Earth-1)
An image for Zan (DC)(Earth-1 - Pre Crisis) exists Zan (DC)(Earth-1 - Pre Crisis)


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Appearances:
DC Goes Ape (2008)

The Best of DC (1979)
The Super Friends (1976)


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