The World's Greatest Challenge To Get The Superfriends To Do Interviews Marc Taylor Noble (author of over 70 books including Boys Of Steel: The Creators Of Superman) took up the challenge on his blog to gather together the greatest cast and crew for an oral history of The Superfriends. Included are interviews and behind the scenes pictures with artists, writers, and voice actors: Writers Jeffrey Scott David Villaire Duane Poole Michael Reaves Marc Scott Zicree Glenn Leopold Mark Jones Production Staff Bob Hathcock, animator Darrell McNeil, animator Bob Singer, character designer, and Iraj Paran art director Don Jurwich, producer Michael Kohler, musician Voice Actors Bill Woodson (narrator) Shannon Farnon (Wonder Woman 1) Constance Cawlfield (Wonder Woman 2) B.J. Ward (Wonder Woman 3) Bill Callaway (Aquaman 2, Bizarro) Wally Burr (Atom) Mark L. Taylor (Firestorm) Jack Angel (Flash, Hawkman, Samurai) Michael Rye (Green Lantern, Apache Chief) Buster Jones (Black Vulcan) Fernando Escandon (El Dorado) Michael Bell (Wonder Twin Zan, Riddler, Gleek) Liberty Williams (Wonder Twin Jayna) Marlene Aragon (Cheetah) Dick Ryal (Captain Cold) http://noblemania.blogspot.com/2011/07/super-70s-and-80s-super.html All of these are great, but if you have time to read only one, YOU MUST READ DARRELL MCNEIL'S. If you love Hanna-Barbera cartoons, animation in the late '70s-early '80s, and behind the music style shenanigans, Darrell talks the talk and names the names. It's a hysterically funny interview. http://noblemania.blogspot.com/2011/07/super-70s-and-80s-super-friendsdarrell.html If you have time to read 2 interviews you have to read Beau Weaver's who was Superman in the '80s Ruby-Spears Superman cartoon. He tells a very sweet anecdote about how he got into voice acting. http://noblemania.blogspot.com/2011/10/super-70s-and-80s-superman-1988-ruby.html As always You're Welcome!