Lex Luthor is frozen during a battle with the Justice League. He thaws out in the 31st century, discovers Time Trapper and prevents Superman's arrival to Earth as a baby. Future teen heroes Karate Kid and Dawnstar must stop him.
Embittered by Superman's heroic successes and soaring popularity, Lex Luthor forms a dangerous alliance with the powerful computer/villain Brainiac. Using advanced weaponry and a special strain of Kryptonite harvested from the far reaches of outer space, Luthor specifically redesigns Brainiac to defeat the Man of Steel.
In an alternate universe, very different versions of DC's Trinity (Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman), who operate outside of the law, are framed for murders of prominent scientist and the government decides to take them out.
Michael C. Hall,
As the home planet of the Green Lantern Corps faces a battle with an ancient enemy, Hal Jordan prepares new recruit Arisia for the coming conflict by relating stories of the first Green Lantern and several of Hal's comrades.
The Legion of Doom are attempting to use space satellites to freeze the Earth's oceans, creating more land mass at the coastal regions for which they own. The JLA quickly arrive and the two teams engage in a classic battle of wills. This clash leads to Lex Luthor becoming trapped in a glacier of ice. In the 31st century Legion of Superheroes trainees; Dawnstar and Karate Kid are tasked with minding the Legion's museum. Their tour leads them to Lex Luthor's memorial; his body still encased in a large chuck of ice discovered in the 29th century. Karate Kid Inadvertently frees Luthor who secretly explores the museum himself, and soon uncovers the shrine to his greatest nemesis Superman. There he learns of the Kent's involvement in Kal-El's discovery. Luthor following the voices of Dawnstar and Karate Kid takes possession of an hourglass which holds the Time Trapper within. Whoever holds the hourglass controls this entity who is the master of time. Luthor returns to the 21st century, but ... Written by
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When Dawnstar and Karate Kid arrive on the neighborhood streets of Washington DC, they observe a young couple walking their dog. The couple resemble "Marvin White" and "Wendy Harris" and their gray bulldog resembles "Wonder Dog" from the The Superfriends (1973). See more »
Wonder Woman's blue cape disappears and then reappears when she ties the magic lasso around Dawnstar and Karate Kid. See more »
What in the world has happened to the DC quality ethic? This feature was so bad I wish there was a way to get my money back. I can't believe I paid for something this terrible. Flash is so slow that Grodd can catch him. Whoever did Batman's voice seems to have something inserted into an internal cavity, and what the heck is Robin doing with the JLA? The art was bad, the script was bad.(How is it Karate Kid can take on 3 super villains at once, see the fatal flaw in the Time Trapper and not be able to take down Robin in a fight?) Who wrote this and how did DC allow this fiasco to take place? There are thousands of fans who are much more qualified to write scripts than whatever third grader they chose. The dialog made me cringe the entire length of the feature. Heck, you could probably pick someone from random on the street and they could out write the clowns that committed this crime against comics fandom. I began to have high hopes with the Bruce Timm Justice League Unlimited series. The art was a bit sub-par, yes, but still effective, the writing,characterizations and acting by the voice talent really put that series above everything else that had ever been done. Then when Crisis on Two Earths was released, it looked like DC had reached its potential. But now this rubbish. I'm hoping the DC guys read these reviews and take action. This stuff has to go away. Here's hoping the upcoming Arkham Asylum piece vindicates DC. I'm beginning to lose patience.
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