After blasting through the entire Green Lantern Corps, the android Amazo returns to Earth. Only the Justice League stands between him and his goal -- the now-reformed Lex Luthor.



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Episode cast overview:
... Green Lantern / John Stewart / Steel / John Henry Irons (voice)
... J'onn J'onzz / Martian Manhunter (voice)
... Superman / Clark Kent (voice)
... Shayera Hol / Fire / Beatriz da Costa (voice) (as Maria Canals)
... Amazo (voice)
... Lex Luthor / Guardian of Oa (voice)
... The Atom / Ray Palmer (voice)
... Green Lantern / Kyle Rayner (voice)
... Dr. Fate / Kent Nelson (voice)
... Kara Kent / Supergirl (voice)
... Inza Nelson / Sroya Bashir (voice)


The full power of the newly expanded League is unleashed for the first time while trying to keep Ivo's android Amazo from reaching his goal: vengeance against the recently reformed Lex Luthor. Luthor and the Atom attempt to create a weapon to neutralize Amazo's nanotechnology, though their victory is largely assisted by Dr. Fate. Written by wikipedia

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18 September 2004 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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John C. McGinley voices the Atom, who, in this episode at least, is an ally of Luthor's. He would later go on to voice Metallo, another ally of Luthor's, in the movie 'Superman/Batman: Public Enemies.' See more »


The doors Luthor enters into his hideout all close behind him, but in between the outer- and innermost doors the android blasts through following the same route, they are all ajar. See more »


[as Amazo approaches Earth]
Superman: What do you want?
Amazo: Why do you ask questions to which you already know the answer?
Superman: Luthor.
Amazo: Of course.
Superman: We're not going to give him up.
Amazo: He is your enemy. You owe him nothing.
Superman: Turn-back-*now*.
Amazo: I have developed far beyond what I was before. You do not want to challenge me.
Green Lantern: LIGHT HIM UP!
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References Get Smart (1965) See more »


Justice League Unlimited Theme
Written by Michael McCuistion
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has a good moral message and a strong ending (7.5/10)
1 November 2008 | by See all my reviews

this is the 8th episode of season 3 of The Justice League.i thought it was pretty good.many of the team unite to try and stop a very powerful foe.the Green lantern shown in the beginning,which i thought was cool.the story was pretty good and there's a lot going on here,more action than anything.there's also a good moral message here.i had just seen episode 2 season 3,and i thought that was a bit better episode.i didn't like this one as me,the story,while pretty good, was not quite as unique or interesting.still, it was a good episode,and i thought it thought it had a very good,strong ending.for me,Justice League:The Return is a 7.5/10

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