While the senior Leaguers struggle to respond to the mysterious main gun firing, Amanda Waller orders Galatea to lead a full attack on the Justice League.
Did You Know?
The episode is not only named for a 1953 episode of the TV show Adventures of Superman
(1952), starring George Reeves
, but is also named after a Superman Comic Book story also titled, "Panic In The Sky," where Brainiac is the main villain. This is intended as a nod to the viewers that the real villain behind the 8-episode "Cadmus" storyline, is not Lex Luthor, or the Government, but is actually Brainiac. (As indicated by Dwayne McDuffie
, producer of Justice League Unlimited). See more
When putting out his final word refusing to surrender to the authorities, continuously when speaking with Waller, and when confronting Luthor, Batman's eyes are gray rather than white. See more
We've got business, Waller. You told me once that you were a patriot. Well it's time to step up. You have to know that the Justice League would never have fired that weapon at you.
Sure you would. It was retaliation for kidnapping your man, the Question.
And yet, you weren't home. We've had you under surveillance for months. You don't think we saw you evacuate your offices?
A warning shot then.
Don't be dense. Someone took over our fusion cannon by remote control. There are maybe three people ...
Justice League Unlimited Theme
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