The Hanna-Barbera Super Hero Hour is an American animated action-adventure television series based on several Hanna-Barbera superheroes. It was produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions and Warner Bros. Animation and aired on Cartoon Network from May 16th, 2010 until February 6th, 2016.
The series showcases adventures of several superheroes from Blue Falcon to the Impossibles.
- Radley Crown/Blue Falcon (voiced by Diedrich Bader) - a billionaire who is secretly a vigilante out to stop the forces of evil from doing evil crimes in Big City.
- Dynomutt (voiced by Frank Welker) - Radley's pet dog who is able to stretch his body in various waves, being Radley's closest ally.
- Raymond "Ray" Randall/Birdman (voiced by Yuri Lowenthal) - a man who wears a bird-like armor and faces several menaces and villains.
- Avenger (vocal effects by Dee Bradley Baker) - Ray's pet bird.
- Space Ghost (voiced by Nolan North) - a superhero who lives in space and fights against the forces of evil.
- Jan (voiced by Tara Strong) - the female companion of Space Ghost who is often shown to be TBD.
- Jace (voiced by Wil Wheaton) - TBD
- Multi-Man (voiced by Jeff Bennett) - a rock star who is able to multiply himself and the leader of the Impossibles.
- Fluid-Man (voiced by Rob Paulsen) - TBD
- Coil-Man (voiced by Eric Bauza) - TBD
- Falcon 7 (voiced by Maurice LaMarche) - Birdman's boss who is TBD.
- General Stone (voiced by Jim Cummings) - TBD
- The Galaxy Trio, consisting of:
- Big D (voiced by Corey Burton) - TBD
- Mr. Hyde (voiced by John DiMaggio) - a man who mutates into a dangerous monster out to TBD.
- Red Vulture (voiced by Tom Kane) - TBD
- Swamp Rat (voiced by Richard Steven Horvitz) - TBD
- Queen Hornet (voiced by Kath Soucie) - TBD
- Superthug (also voiced by Jeff Bennett) - TBD
- Beastwoman (voiced by Cristina Pucelli) - TBD
- Eric von Flick (voiced by Charlie Adler) - TBD
- Manyfaces (also voiced by Nolan North) - TBD
- Lowbrow (voiced by Fred Tatasciore) - a caveman-like criminal who isn't smart and often TBD.
- Fishface (voiced by Tom Kenny) - TBD
- Mr. Cool (voiced by Josh Keaton) - a chill criminal who TBD.
- Madame Ape Face (voiced by Candi Milo) - TBD
- Herman Twitch/Shadowman (voiced by Crispin Freeman) - TBD
- Number One (voiced by Mark Hamill) - TBD
- Mentok the Mind-Taker (also voiced by Jim Cummings) - TBD
- Dr. Vult/Vulturo (also voiced by Corey Burton) - TBD
- X the Eliminator (voiced by Clancy Brown) - TBD
- Reducto (also voiced by Tom Kenny) - TBD
- Birdgirl (voiced by Mae Whitman) - TBD
- Zorak (also voiced by Tom Kenny) - a mantis-like alien who is TBD.
- Moltar (also voiced by Maurice LaMarche) - TBD
- Brak (also voiced by Charlie Adler) - TBD
- The Creature King (voiced by Dee Bradley Baker) - TBD
- Black Widow (voiced by Catherine Taber) - TBD
- Metallus (voiced by Steven Blum) - a cyborg knight who claims that Space Ghost is his perfect opponent and TBD.
- Spinner (also voiced by Richard Steven Horvitz) - TBD
- Paper Doll Man (also voiced by Nolan North) - TBD
- Professor Stretch (also voiced by Charlie Adler) - TBD
- Warner Bros. envisioned the project as a "back to the origins" since it distances itself from the Adult Swim reimaginings and modernizes the characters in order to attract both classic and new audiences.
- The Warner Bros. Animation opening logo replaces Bugs Bunny with Scooby-Doo eating a Scooby Snack, although the Looney Tunes theme song is retained.
- An updated version of the 1974 Hanna-Barbera logo is used in the closing credits, being later used for other Hanna-Barbera-based shows.
- A character resembling Gary Owens makes silent cameos due to him being the original voice for several characters and is too old to reprise his voice roles.
- The series has four creative heads being Joaquim Dos Santos for Blue Falcon, Dwayne McDuffie until his death in 2011 and Charlotte Fullerton afterwards for Birdman, Ciro Nieli for Space Ghost and Lauren Faust for the Impossibles.