Eager for fame and fortune, the futuristic Booster Gold is frustrated when he is continually sidelined by the Justice League leadership. When the Justice League faces its latest foe, Booster Gold is relegated to crowd control, only to come across a rapidly emerging disaster -- one that forces him to confront his motives in becoming a superhero.Written by
At one point Booster Gold talks with a Superman/Batman hybrid with Wonder Woman's voice, this form resembles Composite Superman. See more »
When Booster arrives at the subway and watches the various items getting sucked down below, the sign above the stairwell reads "Metro". When Dr Simmons gets caught in the flow and Booster prevents her from entering the black hole, the sign changes to read "Down Town" with the addition of an arrow. See more »
But I'm a detective, which means I'm like Plastic Man and Batman rolled into one.
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this is the 3rd Justice League Episode i have seen in a row,the other two being The Return and For the man Who Has Everything.i didn't find this episode as good as either of the other two.this one has two related plot lines happening at the same time.unfortunately,we we barely even see the heroes,or the villains,for that matter.plus,i also didn't think the story was all that interesting,and the the episode was very slow paced.this episode was quite a letdown all around,from the other two episodes.by the way,all 3 of the episodes can be found on the Justice League Unlimited DVD entitled Joining Forces.anyway,as for this episode,i wouldn't call it awful,but i don't think it was great either.my vote for Justice League:The Greatest Story Never Told is a 5/10
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