When Lex Luthor sends the Hall of Doom into outer space to find the remains of Brainiac, Grodd breaks free of his prison to lead a mutiny.

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Lex Luthor (voice)
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Gorilla Grodd (voice)
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Tala (voice)
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Darkseid (voice)
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Killer Frost / Louise Lincoln / Giganta / Bernadeth (voice)
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Metron (voice)
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Watchtower Ops Tech (voice)
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When Lex Luthor sends the Hall of Doom into outer space to find the remains of Brainiac, Grodd breaks free of his prison to lead a mutiny.

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6 May 2006 (USA)  »

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This episode is different from others in that it focuses on the efforts of the villains. In fact, we do not see any members of the Justice League (specifically Green Lantern, Batman, Atom-Smasher, Captain Atom, Superman, S.T.R.I.P.E., Red Tornado, Orion, Dr. Fate) until the very end, and they have non-speaking roles. See more »

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Luthor wears a pair of metal gloves as he jumps over the balcony, but in the next shot he is barehanded again, before they reappear a few shots later as he confronts Grodd. See more »

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[after putting down Grodd's mutiny, Lex herds the mutinous Legion members into a corner]
Lex Luthor: Does anyone have one good reason why I should let you live?
[Killer Frost breaks free of the group and freezes the rest into a huge block of ice]
Lex Luthor: Killer Frost... you've got a future.
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References Poltergeist (1982) See more »

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Just the Villains!
23 March 2008 | by (Burlington, VT) – See all my reviews

This is my favorite episode of this series, as it focuses on Lex Luthor using his power over the Secret Society to further his mad ambitions. With no superheroes to root for, you can sit back and enjoy watching these unprincipled, selfish jerks battle it out for control. The villains fight really dirty, and the resulting mayhem is impressive.

One of the fun things about this episode is watching all the odd villains culled from almost 70 years of comics. And you'll see that Luthor really does deserve his status as Superman's arch foe.

Be ready for a couple of good plot twists, and don't worry about your kids seeing this. Being a hero may be hard, but being a villain just plain sucks. Even with no heroes around these guys manage to defeat themselves.


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