Dawn of the Supernova Spies was an American animated action-spy-comedy series based on Supernova Spies by Hanna-Barbera, being developed by TBD. It was produced by Warner Bros. Animation and it aired on Kids' WB and Cartoon Network from September 17th, 2005 until July 4th, 2009.
The Supernova Spies TBD.
- Brandon Brightstar (voiced by Tom Kenny) - the patriarch of the Brightstars who is the father of the Brightstar family, with his codename being Red Lamp.
- Nicole "Nikki" Brightstar (voiced by Jennifer Hale) - a kind woman who is the mother of the Brightstar family and knows karate, using her karate skills to defeat villains who attempt to kidnap her, with her codename being Purple Umbrella.
- Stanley "Stan" Brightstar (voiced by Josh Keaton) - a TBD teenage boy who is the oldest child and tends to fall in love with random teenage girls he finds attractive, with his codename being Blue Garbage.
- Grace "Gracie" Brightstar (voiced by Mae Whitman) - an intelligent tween girl who is the most responsible one out of the Brightstar children, with her codename being Pink Glasses.
- Samuel "Sammy" Brightstar (voiced by Benjamin Diskin) - a mischievous little boy who has an unhealthy relationship with the other children, often picking on Molly and having fits with Stan and Gracie, with his codename being Orange Egg.
- Molly Brightstar (voiced by Tara Strong) - a dimwitted and hyperactive little girl who is the youngest child and often gets in situations, with her codename being Yellow Pogo.
- Major Douglas (voiced by Mark Hamill) - TBD
- Prof. Ezekial Roares (voiced by Joe Alaskey) - TBD
- Lily Douglas (voiced by Danica McKellar) - TBD
- Jason Akagi (voiced by Dante Basco) - a TBD Japanese American tween prodigy who was hunted by TBD.
- Dr. Henry Max (voiced by TBD) - a scientist who was kidnapped by Dr. Rigatoni for his magnetic experiments.
- TBD (voiced by Olivia d'Abo) - TBD
- Dr. Rigatoni (voiced by Maurice LaMarche) - a mad scientist who plots to take over the world and TBD.
- Laughie (vocal effects by Frank Welker) - TBD
- Fiona Fatale (voiced by Hynden Walch) - TBD
- Rebecca Fatale (voiced by TBD) - a snarky tween girl who is Fiona's daughter and wants to help villains do their evil doings, but is often laughed at due to them believing she is "too weak and young".
- Mark Illision (also voiced by Tom Kenny) - TBD
- Ivan the Deadly (voiced by Rob Paulsen) - TBD
- Dolly P. Madison (voiced by Jodi Benson) - TBD
- Dr. Hypnotico (voiced by Jim Cummings) - TBD
- The Ringmaster (voiced by Dwight Schultz) - TBD
- Courtney Vaine (also voiced by Mae Whitman) - TBD
- Leona Davis (voiced by Grey DeLisle) - a villainous cowgirl who uses a lasso capable of TBD.
- Lionel Hurse (also voiced by Maurice LaMarche) - a TBD former agent of S.A.W. who is out to TBD.
- Henrietta Svett (voiced by Vanessa Marshall) - a TBD German anarchist who TBD.
- Dr. Aaron Chronos (voiced by Rodger Bumpass as his present self and Quinton Flynn as his younger self) - a time traveling villain who is out to cause TBD.
- TBD (voiced by Richard Steven Horvitz) - TBD
- TBD (voiced by John Kassir) - TBD
- Three of the villains introduced are considered mainstays in the franchise.
- The series starts out lighthearted in a similar tone to the 1987 series but it gradually becomes darker as Season 3 sets a turning point by having TBD.