22. SUPERMAN (CBS, 1988)

In the wake of the Super Friends, Ruby-Spears Productions took a run at the Man of Steel in a show that would be just as solid as it was brief. Airing only 13 episodes, Superman was the first DC show to feature the Post-Crisis universe that had been introduced in the comics only a few years earlier. This meant the Superman mythos were slightly altered, but the spirit of the character was kept alive. And with talent from the comic book industry hired to design the show and edit the scripts, Superman wound up being a notable, if sometimes forgotten, superhero cartoon.