SuperFriends: The Legendary Super Powers Show

Season 1 Episode 8

The Village Of Lost Souls

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Aired Saturday 8:00 AM Sep 29, 1984 on ABC
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The Village Of Lost Souls
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Apache Chef and the Wonder Twins are out for a nature walk when they venture near the small town of Buzzard's Roost and are unaware that the entire population is under the control of a master villain.

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  • Wonder Woman and Apache Chief come to a town where Brainiac (in a new look) has turned the residents into zombies. He later does the same thing to the Wonder Twins when the intervene to stop Brainiac.moreless

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    A lousy waste of time!

    This episode almost made me want to barf! When were those Wonder Twins ever gonna learn they couldn't stop the villains themselves? Not ever. Also, Apache Chief kept saying "Enuck-Chuck" so much I got aggravated. He said it at least 4 or 5 times in this episode, you'd think he was exhausted from showing off his giant power.

    Plus, listen carefully to Brainiac's comment about Apache Chief when Apache Chief comes to rescue Wonder Woman. To me, it sounded almost on the racist side. I didn't think it was all that nice what he said.moreless

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    • This episode is the final appearance of the Wonder Twins Zan & Jayna, along with their pet mascot Gleek, who were first seen in 1977's The All-New Superfriends Hour.

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    • Other than their usual changing powers, this episode shows the Wonder Twins can contact each other telepathically. This was the only time in any of the SuperFriends series that occured.

    • This is the first episode featuring Brainiac's updated look as designed by Ed Hannigan and first seen in Action Comics #544 in June 1983, although his change in looks would not be formally mentioned until "The Wrath of Braniac".

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