Bridwell and Fradon are joined by Kim DeMulder for the lead story in Super Friends 40 (Jan 81), while Jack O'Lantern returns in the back-up spot.
Stories based around illusions can make for some very entertaining visuals, and that's exactly what this one does. At the top of the tale both Superman and Aquaman are trying to save an ocean liner in trouble, but both wind up causing trouble, as the ship simply does not exist, despite what the heroes think they are seeing.
The villain of the tale has developed a monocle which can create these illusions, and in his first test of it wound up accidentally killing his father. Not that he liked the guy anyway. He gets called the Cyclops in this tale, but to me he looks so much more like an Earth-1 version of the Monocle.
So most of the story consists of Superman, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, the Wonder Twins, Batman and Robin thinking they are fighting against villains and disasters, but really causing havoc on their own. Of them all, my favourite scene has Batman fighting a skyscraper, thinking it is a giant.
As usual it is the Wonder Twins who save the day. Jayna adopts the form of a sightless creature with telepathic powers, directing Zan as a waterspout to take down the Cyclops.
Jack O'Lantern returns in the Global Guardians tale by Bridwell, Tanghal and DeMulder, which deals with the belief that the Blarney Stone has the power to give people persuasive powers. A friend of Daniel Cormac wants to marry a woman he likes, but is too afraid to ask her. He gets conned into buying what he believes is a piece of the actual stone, and that the real one has been robbed.
Daniel switches to Jack O'Lantern to exact revenge on the con men, bringing them to Blarney Castle an scaring the crap out of them. And in the end, the friend works up the courage to ask the girl, and she says yes.