Superman has been transported into the distant future. With no powers, he must find a way to get back to the present, he finds an unexpected ally in Vandal Savage, the Earth's lone human ... See full summary »

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Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Hawkgirl / Shayera Hol / Watchtower Computer (voice) (as Maria Canals)
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Superman / Clark Kent (voice)
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Vandal Savage (voice)
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Superman has been transported into the distant future. With no powers, he must find a way to get back to the present, he finds an unexpected ally in Vandal Savage, the Earth's lone human survivor. Meanwhile in the present, Lobo joins the League, as Superman's replacement. Written by Jesse Sanchez

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Vandal Savage mentions to Superman the name "Ray Palmer", and begs Superman to stop his past self from stealing a "white dwarf-powered" device from Palmer. Ray Palmer is the name of the DC super-hero "The Atom" and the source of his shrinking power comes from a white dwarf star that he possesses. He would later appear throughout the third through fifth seasons and was the only member of the extended Justice League to be mentioned before the third season (excluding Supergirl, who appeared as Kara in this story's first part). See more »

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Superman: [lifting a rock] I should smash your skull!
Vandal Savage: Go ahead. We both know it wouldn't work.
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References When Worlds Collide (1951) See more »

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Written by Lolita Ritmanis
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Beautiful
21 July 2013 | by (India) – See all my reviews

This episode was something that I thoroughly enjoyed. For one it started off really poorly but it picked up beautifully.

The hero for me of course was ... no, not Superman but Vandal Savage! He shows us that everyone has a good heart but it takes time (a lot of time in some cases) for the sense to kick in. There were some really good punch lines from him.

BTW Superman looked cool without his superpowers and with his new beard! Batman held his head high till the end and I really liked Luthor's cameo.

One of the best episodes.


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