While the Justice League is experiencing serious internal friction, Gorilla Grodd carefully assembles a well organized supervillain team to attack it.

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Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Hawkgirl / Shayera Hol / Nurse (voice) (as Maria Canals)
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Wonder Woman / Princess Diana (voice)
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Green Lantern / John Stewart (voice)
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Superman / Clark Kent / Guard (voice)
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The Flash / Wally West / Guard (voice)
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Gorilla Grodd (voice)
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Clayface / Matt Hagen (voice)
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Sinestro (voice)
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Parasite / Rudy Jones / Morgan Edge / Reporter (voice)
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While the Justice League is experiencing serious internal friction, Gorilla Grodd carefully assembles a well organized supervillain team to attack it.

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Cardboard targets of Lex Luthor, Brainiac, Darkseid, Mr. Mxyzptlk, and Inque appear in the Justice League training grounds. See more »

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Clayface: What kind of guy would lock somebody would lock somebody up and keep him as if he was property?
Killer Frost: Edge was sick, honey. But you don't have to worry about him anymore.
[sadistically]
Killer Frost: Nobody has to.
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Written by Lolita Ritmanis
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Is this the end of The Justice League?
2 March 2010 | by (Camilla, GA) – See all my reviews

The first installment of a the two-parter "Secret Society" sports some nifty dialog exchanges between the Gorilla Grodd's assemblage of bad guys as well as sharp barbs traded between the heroes of The Justice League.

Unknown to the latter, Grodd (Powers Boothe) is using his telepathic abilities to drive a wedge between the League members, resulting in the characters verbally assualting each other.

A well-written and wonderfully acted by the regular actors and the recurring ones, the story demonstrates how easy it is for even the most noble of heroes can be influenced by outside sources. It also shows "flaws" in the heroes' respective personalities: for example, Superman (George Newbern) comes across as slightly arrogant in regards to his "invulnerability" and Batman's (Kevin Conroy) tendency to be a loner questions his ability as a team player.

Because of this, the episode could possibly have been subtitled "Cracks in the armor".

Great voice-over work from Boothe, Ron Perlman ("Clayface"), Ted Levine ("Sinestro") and the regular cast.


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