History Trivia / JusticeLeague

11th Jan '17 8:45:01 PM Anicomicgeek
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* RecastAsARegular: Prior to being cast as the Martian Manhunter, Creator/CarlLumbly has a few guest spots in ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' and Stalker on ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond''.



* [[YouLookFamiliar You Sound Familiar]]: Creator/PhilMorris voiced the gorilla who interrogated Batman, Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter, and Hawkgirl in "The Brave and the Bold" before being cast as Vandal Savage.

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* [[YouLookFamiliar You Sound Familiar]]: Creator/PhilMorris voiced the gorilla who interrogated Batman, Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter, and Hawkgirl in "The Brave and the Bold" before being cast as Vandal Savage. The same episode had Dr. Sarah Corwin voiced by Creator/VirginiaMadsen, who'd go on to voice Roulette.
10th Jan '17 3:52:24 AM MinisterOfSinister
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*** Grodd sarcastically claiming to be Creator/CharltonHeston in the same episode is this as well as a ''Film/PlanetOfTheApes1986'' reference. Grodd's voice actor, Creator/PowersBoothe, had previously worked with Heston in the western ''Film/{{Tombstone}}''.

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*** Grodd sarcastically claiming to be Creator/CharltonHeston in the same episode is this as well as a ''Film/PlanetOfTheApes1986'' ''Film/PlanetOfTheApes1968'' reference. Grodd's voice actor, Creator/PowersBoothe, had previously worked with Heston in the western ''Film/{{Tombstone}}''.
10th Jan '17 3:51:42 AM MinisterOfSinister
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*** Grodd sarcastically claiming to be Creator/CharltonHeston in the same episode is this as well as a ''Film/PlanetOfTheApes1986'' reference. Grodd's voice actor, Creator/PowersBoothe, had previously worked with Heston in the western ''Film/{{Tombstone}}''.
28th Dec '16 10:53:20 PM Anicomicgeek
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* OutOfOrder:
** During the first season, the producers held back the airing of [[Recap/JusticeLeagueS1E18And19InjusticeForAll "Injustice For All"]] eight months, so that it would coincide with the VideoGame with the same name. But since it did [[ShortRunInPeru air elsewhere during that period]], it didn't take long for spoilers and pirated copies to appear online. However, both [[Recap/JusticeLeagueS1E14And15Fury "Fury"]] and [[Recap/JusticeLeagueS1E16And17Legends "Legends"]] have have elements that didn't appear until "Injustice for All".[[note]]"Fury" has its main villain gather the Injustice Gang sans Luthor, Joker, and Cheetah, with Shade and Copperhead commenting that she's a better boss than Luthor and "Legends" opens with Luthor in the PoweredArmor designed to save his life controlling a mecha against the League.[[/note]]
** Season 2, Everything between "A Better World" and "Starcrossed" has their airing order rearranged from their production order. "The Terror Beyond" and "Eclipsed" had their airing order swapped from their production order, as did "Hereafter" and "Secret Society", and "Comfort and Joy" and "Wild Cards". However, this doesn't really affect anything, even with Green Lantern and Hawkgirl's RelationshipUpgrade in "Wild Cards" despite "Comfort and Joy" being the episode before it in production order, but airing after.
30th Aug '16 2:15:53 AM KJMackley
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* ThrowItIn: It was implied that Cheetah was killed by Solomon Grundy in "Injustice For All", but when the animators mistakenly drew her being arrested at the end of the episode, it was simply easier to say she was alive.

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It was implied that Cheetah was killed by Solomon Grundy in "Injustice For All", but when the animators mistakenly drew her being arrested at the end of the episode, it was simply easier to say she was alive.alive.
** The [[ShipTease budding relationship]] between Diana and Bruce was due to the surprise fan reaction to "The Brave and the Bold" where Woman gives Batman an affectionate kiss on the cheek (he believed she was crushed by a missile and desperately tried digging her out, when [[NighInvulnerable she turned up fine]] she noticed his dirty gloves and could [[NotSoStoic tell he really does care]]). This came back around with a FakeOutMakeOut in "Starcrossed" and EveryoneCanSeeIt in the JLU phase.
** The reveal in "Epilogue" that [[spoiler: Terry is genetically Bruce's son]] came from a discussion on how unlikely it was to have a dark hair son with two red-headed parents.
2nd Aug '16 6:42:30 AM comicwriter
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** Vigilante's voice Nathan Fillion plays [[Series/{{Firefly}} a cowboy who lives in space]]. It's highlighted in at least one episode when he teams with Vixen, who's played by Gina Torres.

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** Vigilante's voice Nathan Fillion plays [[Series/{{Firefly}} a cowboy who lives in space]]. It's highlighted in at least one episode when he teams with Vixen, who's played by Gina Torres.Creator/GinaTorres.
2nd Aug '16 6:41:04 AM comicwriter
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** The show had been pitched as far back in the '90s, a number of concept pieces showing up online. One early idea would've had no Batman (as his solo series was still airing at the time), and included varied characters like Supergirl, Vixen, Lightray, Comicbook/BlackLightning, Nightshade (who would've sported a Comicbook/{{Psylocke}}-inspired redesign), Mister Miracle and Doctor Fate.

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** The show had been pitched as far back in the '90s, a number of concept pieces showing up online. One early idea would've had no Batman (as his solo series was still airing at the time), and included varied characters like Supergirl, Vixen, Lightray, Comicbook/BlackLightning, Nightshade (who would've sported a Comicbook/{{Psylocke}}-inspired redesign), the Question, Mister Miracle and Doctor Fate.
2nd Aug '16 6:41:04 AM comicwriter
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2nd Aug '16 6:39:13 AM comicwriter
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** The show had been pitched as far back in the '90s, a number of concept pieces showing up online. One early idea would've had no Batman (as his solo series was still airing at the time), and included varied characters like Supergirl, Vixen, Lightray, Comicbook/BlackLightning, Nightshade (who would've sported a Comicbook/{{Psylocke}}-inspired redesign), Mister Miracle and Doctor Fate.
** Another early concept piece showed a line-up consisting of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, Green Lantern (who would've worn a mask), Aquaman (who would've sported his classic design instead of his hook-handed one from the '90s), Hawkman, Green Arrow and Black Canary. Hawkgirl was apparently planned as well.
10th Jul '16 12:43:33 AM Doug86
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* PostScriptSeason: The second season of Justice League was written as a potential GrandFinale, making JLU something of a post script SequelSeries. The second season of JLU was also intended to be the wrap up, hence the BookEnds with "Epilogue." After wrapping up so many storylines, the only place left to go was the LegionOfDoom. They also took the opportunity to tap into the deepest pools of the DCU, including ''ComicBook/{{Hawkman}}'', ''ComicBook/TheWarlord'' and ''DeadMan''.

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* PostScriptSeason: The second season of Justice League was written as a potential GrandFinale, making JLU something of a post script SequelSeries. The second season of JLU was also intended to be the wrap up, hence the BookEnds with "Epilogue." After wrapping up so many storylines, the only place left to go was the LegionOfDoom. They also took the opportunity to tap into the deepest pools of the DCU, including ''ComicBook/{{Hawkman}}'', ''ComicBook/TheWarlord'' and ''DeadMan''.''SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadman}}''.
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