The Super Best Friends can't decide on a name and Red Lanterns attack Oa!Keith Veronese5/26/12 10:00amFiled to: Saturday cartoonsTransformersTransformers primeTransformers: primeDc nationgreen lanternteen titansYoung Justicethundercatscaptain americaX-menwolverineavengersSuper best friends foreverSBFFToptweetFb111EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkThis week, Super Best Friends Forever returns, Red Lanterns attack the Green Lantern homeworld of Oa, and the Iacon City relic hunt comes to an end on Transformers: Prime! Legend of Korra, Adventure Time, and the Marvel Disney XD shows are off this week thanks of the long holiday weekend in the U.S., but enjoy the extra addition at the bottom. Minor spoilers ahead! Transformers: Prime – "Toxicity" The Iacon City relic hunt concludes! In this clip, the Autobot Bulkhead finds a toxic form of Energon within the final Iacon relic.AdvertisementIs this the beginning of several types of Energon in the series, akin to the varieties of Kryptonite in the DC Universe?Green Lantern: TAS – "Homecoming" Atrocitus and the Red Lanterns begin their invasion of Oa in this episode, with Hal a galaxy away on the Star Sapphire homeworld.Salaak is left to protect the Guardians on Oa, but does he even have a chance to succeed?DC Nation Shorts – Super Best Friends Forever – "Name Game" This week, we find the trio contemplating team names with really bad acronyms.AdvertisementWonder Woman villain Cheetah also makes a brief appearance in this episode.DC Nation Shorts – "Sword of the Atom" Ray Palmer as the Atom! Dr. Palmer is looking forward to a research stint in South America, but a plane crash changes things.Hawkman also makes an appearance in a nice throwback to the Silver Age Atom and Hawkman series.Young Justice: Invasion – "Beneath" Batgirl and Wonder Girl do double duty this week, appearing on both Young Justice and SBFF, as they team up with Miss Martian and Bumble Bee to do some spy work.AdvertisementBlue Beetle also plays a large role in this episode when he tries to talk a friend out of a rash decision.Regular Show – "Busted Cart" Benson is more than a little pissed after Mordecai and Rigby destroy a golf cart doing extreme carting tricks. I blew a tire while jousting in a golf cart on a local course, so I can empathize with Mordecai and Rigby.On the way to getting the cart repaired, Mordecai and Rigby stop at Joyspot Arcade (a throwback to Funspot from King of Kong?) and Benson gets pulled over and performs a sobriety test. I missed this one last week, so enjoy the long clip.Marvel Super Heroes: What The—?! – "Part One" Since the Marvel cartoons are on break this week, here's your weekly Avengers fix. This clip popped up a couple of weeks ago, using action figures to make create some comedy in the style of the defunct ToyFare. Captain America and Cyclops mock Wolverine's unrequited (at least in our reality) love for Jean Grey in this clip, a promo for the current Avengers vs. X-Men limited series.Thundercats – "Recipe for Disaster"In one of the final episodes before the two-part season finale, the Thundercats are stranded and hunted by Mumm-Ra, but this time they have a magic potion on this side. Can they get enough of the potion to put them over the top in a full out battle with Mumm-Ra? No clip is available at the time this article goes to press.Top image courtesy of DC/Cartoon Network. Ultimate Spider-Man and The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes air during Sunday Mornings on Disney XD. The Legend of Korra airs Saturday mornings on Nickelodeon, I really didn't know Nickelodeon still existed — do they still show Guts or You Can't do that on Television? I hope so. Transformers: Prime airs Saturday afternoons on The Hub. Adventure Time airs Monday nights on the Cartoon Network. Thundercats, Green Lantern: The Animated Series, and Young Justice: Invasion air Saturday mornings on the Cartoon Network, so turn your television on.