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"Justice League" Secret Society (2003)

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22 November 2003 (Season 2, Episode 17)
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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. | Add synopsis »
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Episode Crew
Directed by
Dan Riba 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Stan Berkowitz 

Produced by
Dwayne McDuffie .... producer
James Tucker .... producer
 
Original Music by
Michael McCuistion 
 
Film Editing by
Joe Gall 
 
Production Management
Jay Bastian .... executive in charge of production
Linda Simensky .... executive in charge of production
 
Art Department
James Tucker .... storyboard artist
Adam Van Wyk .... storyboard artist
 
Sound Department
George Brooks .... sound effects editor
Robert Hargreaves .... sound effects editor
Robert Hargreaves .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Animation Department
Ruben Chavez .... key digital background painter
Justin Schultz .... animatic
James Tucker .... character designer
Glenn Wai Lim Wong .... character designer
 
Editorial Department
Myra Owyang .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Mark Mattson .... music mixer
Lolita Ritmanis .... composer: title music
 

Series Crew
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Writing credits
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Ernie Altbacker 
John Broome  character: Wally West (uncredited)
Gardner Fox  creator (uncredited)
Bob Goodman  four episodes (as Robert Goodman)
Carmine Infantino  character: Wally West (uncredited)
Robert Kanigher  character: Wally West (uncredited)
Denny O'Neil  character: John Stewart
Jerry Robinson  character: The Joker (uncredited)

Produced by
Linda Steiner .... producer
 
Film Editing by
Stan Berkowitz 
Dwayne McDuffie 
 
Art Department
Shannon Denton .... painted backgrounds
 
Sound Department
Joseph Adorisio II .... adr recordist
Joseph Adorisio II .... isdn recordist
Ryan Heiferman .... adr recordist: New York
 
Visual Effects by
Everett Burrell .... digital artist
David Carlson .... lead animator
David Carlson .... technical director
Justin Hammond .... digital artist, opening titles: Cantina Pictures
Michael Melchiorre .... digital compositor
Eric Reinhard .... visual effects
Kevin Gendreau .... CGI modeler: main titles (uncredited)
Kevin Lane .... digital artist: opening titles: Cantina Pictures (uncredited)
Kevin Struckman .... CGI supervisor: opening credits: Cantina Pictures Inc. (uncredited)
 
Animation Department
Ben Berkman .... animatic editor
Jim Lara .... animatic editor
 
Editorial Department
Christopher D. Lozinski .... on-line editor
 
Other crew
Sarah Carragher .... publicist (2003)
Rita Cooper .... publicist (2003)
Andrew Garda .... production administrator
Steve Kindernay .... production coordinator
Catherine Lucas .... publicist (2003)
Teri McDonald .... production checker
Matt Wayne .... story editor (2005-)
 
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In the comics, Giganta is often portrayed as a brutish woman, whereas in the DCAU she is almost excessively feminine, even girlish (by contrast, Jennifer Hale voices Killer Frost as excessively rough and masculine).See more »
Quotes:
[the Society confronts Batman, alone]
Clayface:You didn't think I'd come here without reinforcements, did you?
Batman:Wish I'd thought of that.
[the door falls open behind him]
Batman:Oh, wait - I did.
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Movie Connections:
References "Batman Beyond" (1999)See more »
Soundtrack:
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Is this the end of The Justice League?, 2 March 2010
Author: Reginald D. Garrard from Camilla, GA

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

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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