While he and Firestorm were in a mission in space, Superman suffers a massive kryptonite poisoning and dies; from all the corners of the galaxy, people come to show their respects for the fallen "Man...
The battle to defend Earth from the dark New God Darkseid and other forces of evil continues in this most intelligent version of this series. Now the team is further strengthened with the addition of Cyborg, a former athlete named Victor Stone who after a horrific accident, had to be almost completely rebuilt with advanced prototype prosthetics which give him the strength of a bulldozer and can outfitted with a variety of weapons, but at the price of truly being half-man and half-metal.Written by
Kenneth Chisholm <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The Superfriends were renamed The Super Powers Team to tie into the branding of a line of DC Comics Action Figures produced by Kenner at the time of the show. The Galactic Guardians name was never spoken or referred to onscreen outside of the intro and commercial bumpers. See more »
Undoubtedly, one of the best animations that D.C. ever produced, with a great juncture of superheroes and villains, good animation, good actors and a captivating story that holds you until the end of the series, should have had more seasons. Highly recommend.
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