Batman and Wonder Woman find Superman immobilized in the Fortress of Solitude by a plant sent by the would-be conqueror Mongul.

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Superman / Clark Kent / Kal-El (voice)
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Batman and Wonder Woman arrive at the Fortress of Solitude to celebrate Superman's birthday, only to find the Man of Steel standing motionless with a large plant affixed to his chest. Sent by Mongul, the plant is a Black Mercy feeding him a telepathic image of his heart's desire -- a happy life on a Krypton that never exploded. By immobilizing Superman in a fantasy world, Mongul removes what he views as the only obstacle between him and the conquest of Earth. While Wonder Woman battles the would-be conqueror, Batman struggles to remove the Black Mercy, only to have it latch onto him. Written by Anonymous

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When the Black Mercy attaches itself to Batman, he dreams of leaving a movie theatre with his parents as a young boy. The movie title know the marquee, was "The Mark Of Zorro." The character Zorro, was actually the main inspiration behind the Batman character that Bob Kane created. (Both characters are rich playboys who don a black costume to fight crime.) See more »

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Batman states that the Black Mercy has eaten through Superman's costume. When the plant is removed, Superman's costume is intact. See more »

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Mongul: I'd advise you to try the plasma disruptor. It's more of a woman's weapon.
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Mike Farrell is credited as the voice of Pa Kent, for the single line spoken by Jor-El in Pa Kent's voice. See more »

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References The Mark of Zorro (1940) See more »

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Justice League Unlimited Theme
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Written by Michael McCuistion
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a very well done episode (8.5/10/)
1 November 2008 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

this is one of the few full episodes of The Justice League series i have seen,and i liked it.this is the second episode of the third season of The Justice league.i liked it quite a bit.i thought the story was unique and interesting and pretty straight forward.this particular episode features Batman,Superman and Wonder Woman.the villain is more than match for both Batman and Wonder Woman and a even physical match for Superman.the episode is fast paced,and has great action sequences.it briefly shows a dark side of Superman,and even a lighter side.the voice casting is very good.each of the voices feel appropriate for the characters.for me,Justice League:For the Man Who Everything is an 8.5/10


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