|1||Dexter's Date (7 Sep. 1996) |
The Lobe's plot to cripple the television industry interrupts Steff and Dexter's first date.
|2||The Freakazoid (14 Sep. 1996) |
Freak can't refuse anyone anything on his birthday, according to the Superhero Code Book. Even if the request comes from a villain who wants to be free from heroic interference in his nefarious scheme.
|3||Mission: Freakazoid (28 Sep. 1996) |
Freak and his friends travel to a police state to rescue another friend.
|4||Virtual Freak (2 Nov. 1996) |
Freak and Cosgrove are zapped inside a Virtual Tussle virtual reality game.
|5||Hero Boy (9 Nov. 1996) |
Guitierrez returns with a device that could vaporize the entire world.
|6||A Matter of Love (16 Nov. 1996) |
Cosgrove's girlfriend takes up all his time and is a fire-breathing monster.
|7||Statuesque (29 Nov. 1996) |
Freak pursues the madman who turned Steff into a statue.
|8||Island of Dr. Mystico (7 Feb. 1997) |
An evil scientist crashes Freak's plane, trying to add to his human stock for his experiments in crossbreeding with orangutans.
|9||Two Against Freak (14 Feb. 1997) |
Freak's attempts to learn telekinesis leaves him too tired to adequately guard the Diamond Hat of the Czars.
|10||Freak a Panel/Tomb of Invisibo (31 May 1997) |
Freak contends with an archvillain and his unpopularity at a sci-fi convention. An ancient invisible villain gets loose during a wrestling match between Dexter and Duncan.
|11||Normadeus (1 Jun. 1997) |
The Lobe kidnaps PBS's famed carpenter, Norm Abram, to build a wooden device that would kill Freak.