Guess these superhero TV shows from a single frame of the opening credits!

Is identifying shows from the opening credits your superpower?

Hop into a phone booth! Slide down your hidden fireman's pole! Spin in a circle!

Do whatever you have to do to transform into a trivia superhero! Caped crusaders and superhuman good guys have long been a part of television, going back to Captain Video and Superman.

We grabbed a single image from the opening credits of superhero shows, spanning the Sixties through the Nineties. It takes an ace detective to solve this case!

  1. Start with a bang — or a biff!
    Image: 20th Television
  2. Strap in for adventure.
    Image: NBCUniversal Television Distribution
  3. Does this look familiar?
  4. Keep flying high!
    Image: Warner Bros.
  5. High five if you get this one correct.
    Image: Warner Bros. Television
  6. Try not to get too far out of the box.
    Image: NBCUniversal Television Distribution
  7. Hmm… who could these six mythological figures represent?
    Image: Warner Bros.
  8. Try not to space out.
  9. Keep on glowing!
    Image: 20th Television
  10. Take a dive and make a splash!
    Image: Taft / NBC
  11. See if you can name this obscure hero of 1967.
    Image: NBCUniversal Television
  12. Okay, how about this obscure 1967 superhero series?
    Image: NBCUniversal Television

Guess these superhero TV shows from a single frame of the opening credits!

Your Result...

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TifCreates 16 days ago
6/12 I was so happy to see The Secrets of Isis here! I loved that show and Shazam. I hate that Isis has become a bad word!
Epsdel 19 days ago
10/12 missed Man from Atlantis and Mr Terrific.
Tresix 24 days ago
10/12. Missed “Lois & Clark” and “Matthew Star”.
Tlor 26 days ago
8/12 a wise elder
3-5-9 and 12.. oddly I remember Mr Terrific as a live action not a cartoon.
And I certainly don't remember that 'pac man' thing from the Green Hornet
Tresix Tlor 24 days ago
It’s in the hornet’s eye during the opening.
MikefromJersey Tlor 23 days ago
7 for 12.
Hi TLor, You are right. Mr. Terrific was live action but had a cartoon opening. It had a very catchy
theme song. Once in a awhile the TV movie they made by putting together 3 episodes appears,
but I don't know if it's ever been rerun otherwise.
The Green Hornet also had a cartoon opening, but you are right, using that close up image
is not exactly fair.
Runeshaper 27 days ago
4/12 - didn't watch most of these. More into modern Marvel though these days LOL
John 27 days ago
12/12. I had a crush on the actress who played Isis when I was a kid.
Barry22 28 days ago
10/12. My brother and I both liked Captain Nice and Mr. Terrific.
daDoctah Barry22 26 days ago
Watched them both in first-run. They debuted mid-season on the same night in consecutive time slots but different networks, each attempting to cash in on the popularity of Batman from the beginning of the season.
frenchman71 28 days ago
Didn't do too good...7/12. The first 3 were real easy. Everything else I guessed at.
CaptainDunsel 28 days ago
I missed 8 and 12.
On 8 it looked like the ship that left the supersuit for TGAH. 12, I remembered He&She was about a cartoonist, but forgot Jack Cassidy was the "model".
BTW, 10 and 12 aren't "a single frame" from the credits, they're each TWO frames.
MrsPhilHarris 28 days ago
Well that was a pathetic result. 5/12.
At least you had the nerve to finish it...😅
Started off badly and went downhill from there.
Chris_D_Smith 28 days ago
Holy Moley! I got ALL 12 right!
UTZAAKE 28 days ago
8/12. 2, 3, 5 & 9. Damn, I'm still Original Broad Street Bullies-approved!
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