Justice League: Season 5, Episode 4

To Another Shore (24 Sep. 2005)

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Wonder Woman finds herself fighting a team from the Legion of Doom determined to steal the frozen body of the Viking Prince.



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Episode cast overview:
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Lex Luthor / Vice President (voice)
Gorilla Grodd (voice)
Devil Ray / Mr. Terrific / Michael Holt / Agent (voice)
Killer Frost / Louise Lincoln / Giganta / Foreign Diplomat (voice)
Heat Wave / Mick Rory (voice)


Wonder Woman finds herself fighting a team from the Legion of Doom determined to steal the frozen body of the Viking Prince.

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J'onn J'onzz: I've been thinking about what you said, and about the horrible despair of Prince Jon's life. I'm a Martian, I'll live far longer than he did, and unless I find a way to connect with humanity, I'll live out that time totally alone. I can't learn what I need learn on the Watchtower.
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Killer Frost Loser Voicework
6 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

I'm watching many of these Justice League cartoons to see if there is anything redeemable about them.

Not an overwhelming lot, but this one has me dumbstruck, but first a plot synopsis.

It seems the bad guys (Grodd, Black Manta, I guess called Devil Ray here, Giganta and in this case, Killer Frost) are after a norse viking ship frozen in the ice, while higher ups and various bigbrow dignitaries are shmoozing in a remote getaway nearby.

Thawing out the ship is endangering the getaway, hence the battle.

Right off the bat, I was dumfounded by the characterization of one little character, a too-hip female.

When authorities are shooting at the bad guys, she quips, "he did not just shoot at me."

So glad she thinks so highly of herself.

Then when Wonder Woman shows up and fights back, this little woman bleets, "you're cheating, you're cheating!"

No, dear, it's known as fighting back.

Strange dialogue, I thought, hence I decided to look it up and was surprised to see it was Killer Frost, a generally more demure, straight-forward character than shown here.

And now the cartoon ends with a complete 90 degree turn-around from how it began. Jonn Jonnz was being dogged out about staying in the satellite so much, by the end, he's decided to take his leave of the JLA?

Once again, this was one strange cartoon.

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