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Justice League

Justice League

Cartoon Network 2001

The long-awaited rebirth of the greatest superhero team of all time: Batman, Superman, The Flash, Wonder Woman, Hawkgirl, Green Lantern and Martian Manhunter.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Justice League

Justice League - S5E13

#1 - Destroyer (Season 5 - Episode 13)

Faced with a common enemy, Lex Luthor and his criminals offer the League to join.

The episode was rated 8.36 from 157 votes.

Justice League - S4E12

#2 - Divided We Fall (Season 4 - Episode 12)

When most of the Justice League is incapacitated, the League's deadliest enemies emerge to take advantage of the chaos.

The episode was rated 8.34 from 140 votes.

Justice League - S4E11

#3 - Panic in the Sky (Season 4 - Episode 11)

When the founding members are taken out of action, the remaining League members fight to survive Cadmus' ultimate attack on the team.

The episode was rated 8.30 from 126 votes.

Justice League - S4E3

#4 - The Doomsday Sanction (Season 4 - Episode 3)

While Batman investigates the Cadmus conspiracy headed by Amanda Waller, Superman battles a resurrected Doomsday in the heart of a volcano.

The episode was rated 8.26 from 129 votes.

Justice League - S2E26

#5 - Starcrossed (3) (Season 2 - Episode 26)

The League defeats the squad of hawkmen sent to kill them at the Batcave, but must now figure out how to stop the activation of the hypergate before it destroys Earth.

The episode was rated 8.25 from 140 votes.

Justice League - S4E10

#6 - Flashpoint (Season 4 - Episode 10)

After an unexpected battle, Superman considers declaring war on Cadmus.

The episode was rated 8.25 from 136 votes.

Justice League - S4E13

#7 - Epilogue (Season 4 - Episode 13)

Sixty-five years in the future, the history of the Justice League is the key to Batman's darkest secret...and his final destiny.

The episode was rated 8.25 from 149 votes.

Justice League - S5E12

#8 - Alive! (Season 5 - Episode 12)

The Justice League take on their opposite numbers in the Legion of Doom in a final battle revealing the Legion's secret sponsor and the mystery behind their ultimate plans.

The episode was rated 8.22 from 123 votes.

Justice League - S4E9

#9 - Question Authority (Season 4 - Episode 9)

While investigating Cadmus, the Question discovers a secret that threatens to shake the very foundations of the Justice League.

The episode was rated 8.20 from 121 votes.

Justice League - S2E25

#10 - Starcrossed (2) (Season 2 - Episode 25)

The League manage to escape and take refuge at Wayne Manor, while the Thanagarians scout the planet for them and realize their master plan for Earth.

The episode was rated 8.14 from 134 votes.

Justice League - S5E8
#11 - The Great Brain Robbery
Season 5 - Episode 8

A mystic artifact causes Lex Luthor and the Flash to switch bodies.

The episode was rated from 117 votes.
Justice League - S4E4
#12 - Task Force X
Season 4 - Episode 4

Four incarcerated villains are released from prison by Cadmus to undertake an impossible mission: steal a powerful mystic artifact from the JLU Watchtower under the noses of the League.

The episode was rated from 130 votes.
Justice League - S4E7
#13 - Clash
Season 4 - Episode 7

Captain Marvel, the World's Mightiest Mortal, joins the Justice League as Lex Luthor initiates a new plot.

The episode was rated from 139 votes.
Justice League - S2E16
#14 - The Terror Beyond (2)
Season 2 - Episode 16

With the initial ritual destroyed, the League, Fate, and Grundy must travel into the dimension of the Old Ones while Aquaman fights the invaders in the Earth realm.

The episode was rated from 129 votes.
Justice League - S2E12
#15 - A Better World (2)
Season 2 - Episode 12

The Justice League must escape from their imprisonment at the hands of the Justice Lords and defeat their counterparts with the help of an unlikely ally.

The episode was rated from 158 votes.
Justice League - S2E11
#16 - A Better World (1)
Season 2 - Episode 11

The Justice Lords, an alternate version of the League from a different dimension, capture their counterparts and plan to bring their own brand of justice to the new Earth.

The episode was rated from 166 votes.
Justice League - S4E1
#17 - The Cat and the Canary
Season 4 - Episode 1

Black Canary asks Green Arrow to help save her mentor, Wildcat, from an underground super-powered fight club known as Meta-Brawl.

The episode was rated from 120 votes.
Justice League - S1E26
#18 - The Savage Time (3)
Season 1 - Episode 26

Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor survive the attack and trick the Germans into believing that the communicator was destroyed. GL and Easy Co. find the runaway and discover that Vandal Savage plans to use jet aircraft to invade America. GL boards and tries to stop Vandal's plane while Hawkgirl, Superman, and Flash try to intercept the flight with J'onn's help. With the aid of the Blackhawks and Flash notifying the U.S. Navy, the German flight is shot down and Vandal apparently is killed. The JLA return to the present to find everything restored and Wonder Woman visits a now elderly Steve Trevor in the restored present.

The episode was rated from 165 votes.
Justice League - S2E19
#19 - Hereafter (1)
Season 2 - Episode 19

After Superman makes the ultimate sacrifice to save his fellow heroes, the Justice League and rest of the grieving planet must learn to live in a world without Superman.

The episode was rated from 140 votes.
Justice League - S4E6
#20 - Double Date
Season 4 - Episode 6

Green Arrow and Black Canary must stop the Question and the Huntress from killing organized crime lord Steven Mandragora.

The episode was rated from 122 votes.

Last updated: oct 02, 2022



I am a little late to the whole animated superhero thing. I always dismissed it as kids stuff. Well it is and it isn´t. It is pretty brutal at times for a kids show. I like the animation not being CG. That is a plus. Maybe I shouldn´t have started with such a late show because there seems to be some continuity between all the shows in this universe. In general it was entertaining but in this particular case I have to seperate JL and JLU. I liked JL. The writing is pretty good for an animated show. But I think The Flash is too goofy. All in all it´s OK. Some of the episodes really are deep. With JLU a lot changed. It started with the new soundtrack which rocking guitars that for me was totally wrong. And all of a sudden everyone seems to be a superhero and some of them are really stupid. And talking of stupid: I´m not even starting with the villains and their silly names. The writing diminished. At times I found it ludicrous even for animation. There are some good stories but mostly it was just beating the crap out of each other. The double part stories of JL had much more content. The only thing that kept it interesting was the overall arc. Some of the later episodes were good but JLU never reached JL in my eyes. I would give JL 8/10 and JLU 5/10 and overall a 7


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