Series: DC Super Friends [DC Comics]

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DC Super Friends Comic: Hungry for Power, Issue #1 by Sholly FischMay 2008 - 1
DC Super Friends Comic: Dinosaur Round-Up, Issue #2 by Sholly FischJun 2008 - 2
DC Super Friends Comic: Wanted: The Super Friends, Issue #3 by Sholly FischJuly 2008 - 3
DC Super Friends Comic: April Fools, Issue #4 by Sholly FischAug 2008 - 4
DC Super Friends Comic: Monkey Business, Issue #5 by Sholly FischSep 2008 - 5
DC Super Friends Comic: Challenge of the Super Friends, Issue #6 by Sholly FischOct 2008 - 6
DC Super Friends Comic: Just My Luck, Issue #7 by Sholly FischNov 2008 - 7
DC Super Friends Comic: Nothing to Fear, Issue #8 by Sholly FischDec 2008 - 8
DC Super Friends Comic: Happy Birthday, Superman!, Issue #9 by Sholly FischJan 2009 - 9
DC Super Friends Comic: Season of Light, Issue #10 by Sholly FischFeb 2009 - 10
DC Super Friends Comic: Who is the Mystery Bat-Squad?, Issue #11 by Sholly FischMar 2009 - 11
DC Super Friends Comic: Starro and the Pirates, Issue #12 by Sholly FischApr 2009 - 12
DC Super Friends Comic: The Greatest Show on Earth, Issue #13 by Sholly FischMay 2009 - 13
DC Super Friends Comic: Man's Best Super-Friend, Issue #14 by Sholly FischJun 2009 - 14
DC Super Friends Comic: The Case of the Baffling Birthday, Issue #15 by Sholly FischJuly 2009 - 15
DC Super Friends Comic: For Justice! by Sholly FischIssues 1-7, TPB Vol. 1
DC Super Friends Comic: Calling All Super Friends by Sholly FischIssues 8-14, TPB Vol. 2
DC Super Friends Comic: Head of the Class by Sholly FischIssues 15-21, TPB Vol. 3
DC Super Friends Comic: Mystery in Space by Sholly FischIssues 22-29, TPB Vol. 4

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