When the demon Karkull transforms the Daily Planet Building into his evil fortress, Superman must enlist the aid of the retired mystical superhero, Dr. Fate.
The Cloud: In the remote Teutonic mountains of Schnitzel, a spooky cloud seems to be transforming people into clown zombies. Freakazoid arrives to solve the mystery.moreless
History of the Monster World Part One:
The Gromble teaches students about their proud heritage. Featuring their most important historical moments, like how the monsters helped to invent the wheel; or how they were the key on the rock an roll success story.
Fear, Thy Name is Ickis:
A famous artist creates a huge statue entitled "Fear", which is actually a clay sculpture of a looming Ickis. But the monster starts to get worried, since he might stop being scary after the people gets used to see the statue.
The Planeteers are given a tour of a new "Perfect World," a world with no pollution, clean farming and little potential for environmental backlash. All is created within a computer environment, but Dr. Blight and MAL infect this would-be "paradise" with a shot of viral pollution...moreless
The Planeteers are shocked to see a mother whale killed during a whaling expedition engineered by Blight and Plunder. They are even more shocked to learn that it's legal, thanks to a loophole in the international laws that allow whaling for "research." They set out to prove that Blight's research for a "whale repellent" is bogus and are helped by a young Japanese teenager who is trying to dissuade his whaler father from working for the villains.moreless
The Planeteers travel to the Northwest after hearing about an old growth forest which is, literally, disappearing into thin air. After Wheeler goes off to investigate with a pretty local teenage bird watcher, Linka spots a "flying saucer" but Kwame recognizes the pilot . . . Hoggish Greedly! They discover Greedly's scam - "Sucking up" 500-year-old trees to make pressed board furniture. Outraged, they try to stop him, but his "Tree Trasher" may be too much for them.moreless