A continuation of the Justice League animated series finds the original members of the team joined in their battle against crime and evil by dozens of other heroes from the DC comics universe.
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Cartoon Network felt that multi-part episodes limited the show into doing big story lines, where so much time and effort has to be put into this one idea and sometimes gets in danger of making stories long, just for length's sake. With this show the network was able to spotlight the characters and give everyone a moment in the sun in one episode, as opposed to doing giant arcs where lots of things happen and there's so much of which to keep track. In the bigger sense, multi-part story lines are great, but bad for people who missed a few parts and wonder what's going on when randomly tuning in to an episode. Also, if a network is airing reruns and not doing so in order, there's a risk someone seeing one part of something and never seeing what happens next or how it all began. See more