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Former Junior SuperFriend
|SuperFriends Comic Book Character|
|Real Name||Lucas Carr|
Lucas "Snapper" Carr has often been referred to as the Justice League of America's mascot.
In the parallel universe, known as Earth-One, Snapper Carr is an otherwise seemingly average person who has no special abilities, although he has at times gained the ability to teleport through a latent meta-gene. His real name is Lucas Carr, but he gets his nickname from his habit of continually snapping his fingers.
Snapper became an honorary member of the Justice League of America during their first adventure fighting against Starro the Conqueror where he inadvertently leads to them defeating the monster. The roster at the time included Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Green Lantern, the Flash and Martian Manhunter, with Snapper as their mascot.
Powers and Abilities
- Teleportation: Snapper has the ability to teleport anywhere by snapping his fingers. He did not learn this till later in his career.
- Computer Operation
- Electrical Engineering
- Justice League of America, Vol. 1 #61 (March 1968)
- SuperFriends Comic Book (1976-1981) issue: Limited Collectors' Edition #C-41 (December 1975 / January 1976)
- Lucas "Snapper" Carr first appears in Brave and the Bold, Vol. 1 #28 (March, 1960).
- He was created by Gardner Fox and drawn by Mike Sekowsky.
- Snapper Carr appeared frequently in the animated television series the Justice League (2001-2004) and the Justice League Unlimited, (2004-2006) both of which aired on the Cartoon Network. He was voiced by actor Jason Marsden. In these appearances, Carr is a television news reporter providing commentary on the events of the episode.
- ↑ As referenced in the SuperFriends Comic Book, issue: Limited Collectors' Edition #C-41 (December 1975 / January 1976).
- ↑ As revealed in Justice League of America, Vo. 1 #77 (December, 1969), which can be found at the DC Database.
- ↑ Go to the DC Database for more on Justice League of America, Vol. 1 #61 (March 1968).
- ↑ Go to the DC Database for more on Brave and the Bold, Vol. 1 #28 (March, 1960).