The Justice Friends (segments)

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The Justice Friends
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On-screen title card.
Created by: Genndy Tartakovsky
Network: Cartoon Network
Production company: Hanna-Barbera Cartoons
Distributor: Turner Entertainment Company
Warner Bros. Distribution Television
Original release: November 20, 1996—April 29, 1998
Run time: 7 minutes
Starring: Rob Paulsen
Tom Kenny
Frank Welker
Executive producer(s): Larry Huber
Sherry Gunther
Producer(s): Debby Hindman
Selma Edelman
Music composed by: Gary Lionelli
Writer(s): Craig McCraken
Director(s): Craig McCracken
Genndy Tartakovsky

The Justice Friends is a series of animated segments as part of Dexter's Laboratory, produced by Hanna-Barbera Cartoons for Cartoon Network. It ran from 1996 to 1998, airing 8 episodes. They were short-lived as more input was put into Dexter's Laboratory's own segments.

In a sitcom-setting, the Justice Friends (a parody of the Justice League/Super Friends), comprised of Valhallen, Krunk, and their leader, Major Glory, rent an apartment together at Muscular Arms.




During a 2001 interview with IGN, Tartakovsky reflected in disappointment that he could have made it funnier and fleshed out the characters more.[1]


The theme song and score were composed by Gary Lionelli.


Episode Number Air date
"TV Super Pals" 1x01 November 20, 1996
"Valhallen's Room" 1x02 November 27, 1996
"Krunk's Date" 1x03 December 4, 1996
"Say Uncle Sam" 1x04 December 18, 1996
"Bee Where?" 1x05 December 25, 1996
"Can't Nap" 1x06 January 1, 1997
"Things That Go Bonk in the Night" 2x01 October 1, 1997
"Pain in the Mouth" 3x01 April 29, 1998



  1. ^ Plume, Kenneth (November 28, 2001). "10 Questions: Genndy Tartakovsky". IGN. Retrieved August 20, 2021.