Justice League (2001–2006)

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Seven of the most formidable heroes form arguably the most powerful team ever.

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Forces of evil, chaos, and destruction await. Not even protectors like Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, the Flash, Hawkgirl or the Martian Manhunter may have a chance alone. But together as the Justice League, they are a metahuman force (and a hope) to be reckoned with. Written by RSchaff-2nd

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The character models for some of the characters in the test footage was quite different from the final product. The Superman design used was identical to the models used on Superman (1996). Green Lantern had the same hairstyle and costume as the final design, but still possesses the dark green mask from the Superman draft model. The one with the most significant changes to his design was J'onn J'onzz. In the test footage he appears blockier, with a squarer jaw, a Kirbyesque line detailing his right cheek, and black eyes with red pupils (similar to the Joker's redesign for The New Batman Adventures (1997)). In addition, J'onn's color palate utilizes paler greens, blues and reds, and possesses none of the shiny highlights that have become a trademark of the series. Featured briefly commanding a robot that resembles the Golem (from Batman Beyond: Golem (1999)), Similarly, Lex Luthor had a craggy, Kirby-like detailing on his face, and his design is an early take on the updated purple-and-green jumpsuit uniform, indicating that the creative team was already planning on utilizing the Silver Age "mad scientist" Luthor, rather than the "corrupt industrialist" Luthor, from Superman (1996). Solomon Grundy looked a bit younger that on the final product and Cheetah looked more like her comic counterpart featuring long black hair. See more »

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Beginning with season 3, the opening credit sequence incorporates preview scenes from the episode a la "Space: 1999". See more »

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JUSTICE LEAGUE Rules. Period.
26 November 2001 | by (Columbia, SC) – See all my reviews

I knew this was going to be a good show, given the fact that Bruce Timm and the same team responsible for the WB/DC animated shows were doing it.

Even so, this show TOTALLY blows me away every time I watch it. EVERYTHING about it is dead on PERFECT. Kevin Conroy, as always, is great as Batman, as is George Newbern as Superman. Hawkgirl is a great addition, and boy can she hold her own!! But the character that has emerged as my favorite is J'onn J'onnz, aka Martian Manhunter. I love the character design and animation of him, and I don't think they could have gotten a better actor to voice him than Carl Lumbly (who played Stalker in a few episodes of Batman Beyond).

The composing team also does a great job with the music, and I REALLY hope that somewhere down the road, they release a CD of this music.

I'm absolutely delighted that Cartoon Network airs JL in letterbox format as well as full-frame. I, for one, prefer letterbox as it gives the show a more epic and cinematic feel.

Simply put, JUSTICE LEAGUE rules. Period.

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