Batman and Wonder Woman arrive at the Fortress of Solitude to celebrate Superman's birthday, only to find the Man of Steel standing motionless with a large plant affixed to his chest. Sent by Mongul, the plant is a Black Mercy feeding him a telepathic image of his heart's desire -- a happy life on a Krypton that never exploded. By immobilizing Superman in a fantasy world, Mongul removes what he views as the only obstacle between him and the conquest of Earth. While Wonder Woman battles the would-be conqueror, Batman struggles to remove the Black Mercy, only to have it latch onto him.Written by
First appearance of Wonder Woman's invisible plane. Its origin was meant to be told through a feature film, Justice League: World's Collide, which would also depict the expansion of the League's membership, but the project was postponed indefinitely. Its replacement, Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths (2010), eventually revealed it to be Owlman's jet. See more »
Batman states that the Black Mercy has eaten through Superman's costume. When the plant is removed, Superman's costume is intact. See more »
[Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman look at Mongul, imprisoned by the Black Mercy]
I wonder what he's seeing?
Whatever it is, it's too good for him.
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Mike Farrell is credited as the voice of Pa Kent, for the single line spoken by Jor-El in Pa Kent's voice. See more »
this is one of the few full episodes of The Justice League series i have seen,and i liked it.this is the second episode of the third season of The Justice league.i liked it quite a bit.i thought the story was unique and interesting and pretty straight forward.this particular episode features Batman,Superman and Wonder Woman.the villain is more than match for both Batman and Wonder Woman and a even physical match for Superman.the episode is fast paced,and has great action sequences.it briefly shows a dark side of Superman,and even a lighter side.the voice casting is very good.each of the voices feel appropriate for the characters.for me,Justice League:For the Man Who Everything is an 8.5/10
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