History WesternAnimation / TheNewAdventuresOfSuperman

17th Feb '16 6:33:35 PM Exxolon
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Not directly related to the live action television series ''Series/LoisAndClark'', billed as ''The New Adventures of Superman'' outside the USA.
26th Jul '15 4:30:00 PM HeroGal2347
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* RedEyesTakeWarning: In the episodes "The Team of Terror" and "The Japanese Sandman".

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* RedEyesTakeWarning: In the episodes "The Team of Terror" and "The Japanese Sandman". In "The Japanese Sandman", the titular monster (who commits evil acts in return for a black pearl) has red eyes.
6th Jul '15 11:39:46 AM nombretomado
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Producer Lou Scheimer also recruited Bud Collyer and Joan Alexander, veterans from the ''Superman'' [[Radio/TheAdventuresOfSuperMan radio show]] and the WesternAnimation/SupermanTheatricalCartoons, for the voices of Clark Kent/Superman and LoisLane respectively. Jackson Beck, who had been the narrator and the voice of Perry White on the radio show, reprised those same roles for the cartoon version, while Jack Grimes, who had played Jimmy Olsen in its later years, took that part here as well. For this series, Collyer returned to the same vocal technique he'd perfected on the radio show to play the Man of Steel. While in the identity of Clark Kent, Collyer would keep his voice lighter while projecting a sense of weakness. But when the mild-mannered reporter would change into his true identity of Superman, Collyer's voice would deepen dramatically into a heroic baritone. Alexander departed after the first season and was replaced by Julie Bennett in later seasons.

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Producer Lou Scheimer also recruited Bud Collyer and Joan Alexander, veterans from the ''Superman'' [[Radio/TheAdventuresOfSuperMan radio show]] and the WesternAnimation/SupermanTheatricalCartoons, for the voices of Clark Kent/Superman and LoisLane ComicBook/LoisLane respectively. Jackson Beck, who had been the narrator and the voice of Perry White on the radio show, reprised those same roles for the cartoon version, while Jack Grimes, who had played Jimmy Olsen in its later years, took that part here as well. For this series, Collyer returned to the same vocal technique he'd perfected on the radio show to play the Man of Steel. While in the identity of Clark Kent, Collyer would keep his voice lighter while projecting a sense of weakness. But when the mild-mannered reporter would change into his true identity of Superman, Collyer's voice would deepen dramatically into a heroic baritone. Alexander departed after the first season and was replaced by Julie Bennett in later seasons.
5th Jul '15 5:08:41 PM nombretomado
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* CivilianVillain: LexLuthor in "Can a Luthor Change his Spots?"

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* CivilianVillain: LexLuthor ComicBook/LexLuthor in "Can a Luthor Change his Spots?"



* EnemyMine: "Luminians on the Loose". Superman and LexLuthor team up to stop the title creatures.

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* EnemyMine: "Luminians on the Loose". Superman and LexLuthor ComicBook/LexLuthor team up to stop the title creatures.



* SecurityCling: ComicBook/LoisLane grabs onto ComicBook/JimmyOlsen when LexLuthor is aiming a laser at them.

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* SecurityCling: ComicBook/LoisLane grabs onto ComicBook/JimmyOlsen when LexLuthor ComicBook/LexLuthor is aiming a laser at them.
14th Jun '15 4:04:17 PM nombretomado
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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: In "Can a Luthor Change his Spots?", JimmyOlsen was so sure the answer was "no" he followed Luthor until he arrived at a bank, where Luthor was using a device to easily open a vault door. Jumping to the conclusion Luthor was trying to rob the bank, Jimmy snatched the device, broke it and closed the door before Luthor had the chance to explain there were two people inside the vault and, unless the invention is fixed (or {{Superman}} returns from a far away rescue) on time, they'll suffocate to death.

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero: In "Can a Luthor Change his Spots?", JimmyOlsen ComicBook/JimmyOlsen was so sure the answer was "no" he followed Luthor until he arrived at a bank, where Luthor was using a device to easily open a vault door. Jumping to the conclusion Luthor was trying to rob the bank, Jimmy snatched the device, broke it and closed the door before Luthor had the chance to explain there were two people inside the vault and, unless the invention is fixed (or {{Superman}} returns from a far away rescue) on time, they'll suffocate to death.



* SecurityCling: LoisLane grabs onto JimmyOlsen when LexLuthor is aiming a laser at them.

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* SecurityCling: LoisLane ComicBook/LoisLane grabs onto JimmyOlsen ComicBook/JimmyOlsen when LexLuthor is aiming a laser at them.
17th Apr '15 10:49:10 AM luiz4200
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* KnowThenToFoldEm: In "The Warlock's Revenge", the Warlock wants to borrow his sister's magical ruby to use its powers to exact revenge on Superman but she refuses because she's sure that the Warlock will fail again and Superman will destroy the ruby. The Warlock just takes the ruby by force and it leads to Superman eventually proving her right.

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* KnowThenToFoldEm: KnowWhenToFoldEm: In "The Warlock's Revenge", the Warlock wants to borrow his sister's magical ruby to use its powers to exact revenge on Superman but she refuses because she's sure that the Warlock will fail again and Superman will destroy the ruby. The Warlock just takes the ruby by force and it leads to Superman eventually proving her right.
17th Apr '15 10:48:39 AM luiz4200
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* KnowThenToFoldEm: In "The Warlock's Revenge", the Warlock wants to borrow his sister's magical ruby to use its powers to exact revenge on Superman but she refuses because she's sure that the Warlock will fail again and Superman will destroy the ruby. The Warlock just takes the ruby by force and it leads to Superman eventually proving her right.
4th Apr '15 9:58:07 PM HeroGal2347
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* NotMyDriver: Lex Luthor does it to Jimmy Olsen in "Luthor Strikes Again".

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* NotMyDriver: Lex Luthor does it to Jimmy Olsen in In "Luthor Strikes Again".Again". After Jimmy Olsen gets into a cab, steel plates slide up covering the windows, trapping him inside. It turns out to be a trap set by Lex Luthor.
6th Mar '15 7:23:09 PM HeroGal2347
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* ProperlyParanoid: In "Can a Luthor Change His Spots?", everyone else thinks the answer could be "yes." Jimmy Olsen thinks it's "no." He's right.
20th Dec '14 7:41:11 PM HeroGal2347
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* GiantSpider: Jimmy is menaced by an oversized spider in one episode.


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* [[IHaveYourWife I Have Your Friend]]: In "The Invisible Raiders", the Sorcerer and his men kidnap Jimmy to manipulate Superman.


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* NeverSayDie: PlayedStraight in several episodes, but averted in "The Invisible Raiders", the Sorcerer tells Superman not to trail them "or you will never see the boy [Jimmy] alive again."
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