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Justice League vs the Fatal Five (2019) Poster

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This will be the second PG-13 rated DC animated movie to be based on a retired TV series. This movie was based on Justice League (2001) and Justice League Unlimited (2004). The first movie was Batman and Harley Quinn (2017), which was based on The New Batman Adventures (1997).
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George Newbern (Superman), Susan Eisenberg (Wonder Woman), and Kevin Conroy (Batman) are the only actors to reprise their roles from Justice League Unlimited (2004).
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Miss Martian's appearance in this movie marks her first appearance in the DCAU since Young Justice in 2010, and her recurring role in that show's third season on the DCUniverse streaming service.
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The Fatal Five previously appeared in the DCAU battling the Legion of Super Heroes and Justice League in Justice League Unlimited: Far from Home (2006). The Legion of Super Heroes first appeared in the DCAU, and animation overall, in Superman: The Animated Series: New Kids in Town (1998)
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The Green Lantern in this movie is Jessica Cruz instead of John Stewart who was Green Lantern on Justice League (2001) and Justice League Unlimited (2004). This version of Jessica Cruz will have a form of depression that makes her afraid of most things outside of her house, but is able to temporarily shake it off to wield her power ring.
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The news report of Superman's battle with Mano, Tharok, and Persuader states that the location is the Maggin Center. No doubt this is a reference to longtime Superman comic book writer Elliot S. Maggin.
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This iteration of Star Boy has the power to manipulate mass, making things heavier or lighter, instead of his canonical Legion of Super Heroes power to make things heavier. Also his given name is Thomas Kallor rather than simply Thom Kallor, as it is in the comics.
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Several ways the Fatal Five are depicted significantly different from the source material: Mano is the leader rather than Tharok. The Emerald Eye is shown effecting Mon-El. In the comics, its power is based on Kryptonite and Mon-El is one of the few Legionnaires immune to it. The Emerald Eye's power is being related to Green Lantern technology. Validus is shown as slightly taller than human with equivalent strength to Superman rather than being around 50 ft. tall and much more powerful. Tharok can create weaponry from his body. He does not have this ability in the comics. Mano and the Empress are in a relationship.
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The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

There are no scenes during or after the credits.
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Batman tells Mano "Bring it Skeletor " which is a reference to a villain in the He-Man stories.
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