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.
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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The character "Black Lightning" from the DC Nation short "Thunder & Lightning" was intended to be a member of the Justice League, but was removed from the character line-up. Producer Giancarlo Volpe had intended to have Black Lightning and his daughters appear in civilian clothes as if on vacation during the Hawaiian volcano scene, but dropped the idea because it didn't make sense that Black Lightning would be standing around watching the disaster and not doing anything. See more »
When the Doom Patrol is trying to convince the Kents that the baby is theirs, Ma Kent calls Pa Kent Paul (his actual name is Jonathan.) See more »
Look at him. The leader of the Legion of Doom.
The sign said not to get too close to the exhibit.
The greatest super-villain of all-time? More like Lex Loser.
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I've been trying to find something my preschooler and toddler could watch. They like superheroes but none of the cartoons which are available on disc these days are appropriate for them. This was in my opinion, an excellent, clean way to introduce them to the DC universe and have a basic idea of the Character's abilities. My 4 and 2 yr old boys watch it all the time. Im grateful that it doesn't have be-headings or sexually suggestive content, because honestly there is enough material out there for the more hardcore comic book fans this isn't for them. It's for kids. Let it go. When you become a parent, then you'll understand why JLA trapped in time is a great little movie for them.
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