Deadman calls on Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman to help him recover an orb containing the souls of a monastic order that was stolen by the Legion of Doom.
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Deadman says that Batman previously helped him solve his own murder; although this is Deadman's first appearance in a DCAU series, he appeared in issues of the comic books Batman: Gotham Adventures and The Adventures of Batman and Robin, based on the animated continuity. See more
When Grodd uses the orb to send out a DNA changing carrier wave, which will turn every human on earth into an Ape, he specifically says "Every Human", meaning this should NOT have worked on Superman, who is Kryptonian. Yet he turns into an ape as well. I'm not even sure it should have worked on Wonder Woman, and there are plenty of other non-human JL members who would have remained unaffected as well. See more
Come on, Bruce, I know a burger place in Metropolis that has the best fries on the east coast. And the milkshakes are so thick...
[Deadman takes control of Superman's body
I need your help!
That's pretty thick!
References Star Trek