Wonder Woman returns to Paradise Island after her abrupt departure, only to find the Amazons turned to stone. Sorcerer Felix Faust demands three mystical artifacts as the ransom.

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Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Superman / Clark Kent (voice)
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The Flash / Wally West (voice)
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Queen Hippolyta (voice)
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Felix Faust (voice)
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Lord Hades (voice)
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Snapper Carr (voice)
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Cassie (voice)
Lauri Fraser ...
Cassie's Mom (voice)
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Wonder Woman returns to Paradise Island after her abrupt departure, only to find the Amazons turned to stone. Sorcerer Felix Faust demands three mystical artifacts as the ransom.

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The newsstand evacuated by its owner in the opening is labeled Bernie's, a reference to a newsstand owner character from the Watchmen comic books, which DC Comics eventually bought the rights to. See more »

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Why is Wonder Woman taking a Justice League jet back to Themyscira when she can fly back herself? She flew to man kind without a jet from Themyscira. See more »

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J'onn J'onzz: I'm afraid that leaves with but one course of action. We'll have to help you.
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Notable 'cause Wonder Woman kicks Superman's butt
5 September 2010 | by (Camilla, GA) – See all my reviews

Without revealing too much, "Paradise Lost" features a slam-bang physical confrontation between The Man of Steel and the Amazonian princess, with Diana coming out on top, literally.

With that mentioned, the first installment of this two-part episode has quite a bit packed into a thirty-minute installment, including a trip to Diana's homeland, the brief flaming appearance of Lord Hades (voiced by the very distinctive John Rhys-Davies), and the sinister sorcerer Felix Faust, featuring the voice of Freddie Krueger himself, Robert Englund.

This installment is good but the second installment is a blast!


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