Did they or Didn't they?

Did they or Didn’t they?

Little does Wonder Woman suspect that the man she assumes to be her mortal boyfriend Steve Trevor is actually the evil Darkseid, who has rearranged his molecular structure in order to impersonate Steve. It’s all part of a master plan to steal the deadly TC7 satellite and transform everyone on earth into hideous mutants. The Galactic Guardians set out to rescue the real Steve and thwart Darkseid—a task made doubly difficult when Wonder Woman herself is kidnapped! 

Above is the plot of episode three of The Super Powers Team, which was the last iteration of the classic Super Friends cartoon (which came out in 1985, featured Cyborg as a member of the Super Friends *what?* and which I had never heard of because by 1985 Saturday Morning cartoons were not on my radar–I was in the army).  Anyway, although I never watched this show, and despite the fact that the Super Friends cartoon was, in retrospect, pretty terrible, I love this plot!! Let me borrow it for a Blonde Marvel story:

Little does Blonde Marvel suspect that the man she assumes to be her mortal husband Harold Braun, is actually the evil Fritz Krieg, who has rearranged his molecular structure in order to impersonate Harold. It’s all part of a master plan to seduce and impregnate the Blonde Marvel and have her give birth to a Master Race of  Super Aryans. The Righteous League set out to rescue the real Harold and thwart Fritz Krieg—a task made doubly difficult when Blonde Marvel herself is kidnapped!

Note: If you can stand crappy 1980’s animation, here’s the link to the original Super Powers episode, “The Darkseid Deception.”  At least it features Adam West as the voice of Batman!