History WesternAnimation / JusticeLeague

22nd Apr '16 2:06:20 PM nighttrainfm
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-> '''Superman:''' ''I once thought I could protect the world by myself, but I was wrong. Working together, we saved the planet, and I believe that if we stay together as a team, we could be a force that could truly work for the ideals of peace and justice''.\\
'''The Flash:''' ''What, like a bunch of [[WesternAnimation/SuperFriends Super]] [[MythologyGag Friends]]?''\\
'''Superman:''' ''More like a...[[TitleDrop Justice League]]''.\\
'''The Flash:''' ''Do you have any idea how corny that sounds?''

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-> '''Superman:''' ''I I once thought I could protect the world by myself, but I was wrong. Working together, we saved the planet, and I believe that if we stay together as a team, we could be a force that could truly work for the ideals of peace and justice''.justice.\\
'''The Flash:''' ''What, What, like a bunch of [[WesternAnimation/SuperFriends Super]] [[MythologyGag Friends]]?''\\
Friends]]?\\
'''Superman:''' ''More More like a...[[TitleDrop Justice League]]''.League]].\\
'''The Flash:''' ''Do Do you have any idea how corny that sounds?''
sounds?
9th Apr '16 10:01:44 AM Potato_dude42
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The successor series, ''Justice League Unlimited'', [[HeroesUnlimited added more heroes from DC Comics]], many of whom had never before been animated. After the events of the second season, the League recruit heroes from around the world to be prepared for the most powerful threats. Instead of the two or three part episodes, this series returned to the single episode format, which allowed for more obscure heroes and minor comic arcs to be spotlighted. To balance this out, a very strong {{myth arc}} was formed telling of a {{government conspiracy}} against the League, picking up from a few previous episodes, not just from the first ''Justice League'' series, but all the way back from ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''. In addition the villains get desperate as they have to face against a very powerful and well organized Justice League. This incarnation lasted 39 episodes.

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The successor series, ''Justice League Unlimited'', [[HeroesUnlimited added more heroes from DC Comics]], many of whom had never before been animated. After the events of the second season, the League recruit heroes from around the world to be prepared for the most powerful threats. Instead of the two or three part episodes, this series returned to the single episode format, which allowed for more obscure heroes and minor comic arcs to be spotlighted. To balance this out, a very strong {{myth arc}} was formed telling of a {{government conspiracy}} against the League, picking up from a few previous episodes, not just from the first ''Justice League'' series, but all the way back from ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''. In addition addition, the villains get desperate as they have to face against a very powerful and well organized Justice League.League and eventually create the LegionOfDoom in response. This incarnation lasted 39 episodes.
12th Mar '16 12:32:15 AM PaulA
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!! This series has named the following tropes:
* AndTheAdventureContinues
* TheGreatestStoryNeverTold
* HeroesUnlimited
* WorldOfCardboardSpeech
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17th Jul '15 9:10:22 AM babyhenchy1
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The successor series, ''Justice League Unlimited'', [[HeroesUnlimited added more heroes from DC Comics]], many of whom had never before been animated. After the events of the second season, the League recruit heroes from around the world to be prepared for the most powerful threats. Instead of the two or three part episodes, this series returned to the single episode format, which allowed for more obscure heroes and minor comic arcs to be spotlighted. To balance this out, a very strong {{myth arc}} was formed telling of a {{government conspiracy}} against the League, picking up from a few previous episodes. In addition the villains get desperate as they have to face against a very powerful and well organized Justice League. This incarnation lasted 39 episodes.

to:

The successor series, ''Justice League Unlimited'', [[HeroesUnlimited added more heroes from DC Comics]], many of whom had never before been animated. After the events of the second season, the League recruit heroes from around the world to be prepared for the most powerful threats. Instead of the two or three part episodes, this series returned to the single episode format, which allowed for more obscure heroes and minor comic arcs to be spotlighted. To balance this out, a very strong {{myth arc}} was formed telling of a {{government conspiracy}} against the League, picking up from a few previous episodes.episodes, not just from the first ''Justice League'' series, but all the way back from ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''. In addition the villains get desperate as they have to face against a very powerful and well organized Justice League. This incarnation lasted 39 episodes.
14th Jul '15 5:40:55 PM nombretomado
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This animated {{adventure series}} is Creator/CartoonNetwork's update of ''WesternAnimation/SuperFriends'', with seven core heroes: {{Franchise/Superman}}, Franchise/WonderWoman, {{Franchise/Batman}}, Franchise/GreenLantern (John Stewart), Franchise/TheFlash (Wally West), [[ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} Hawkgirl]] and the MartianManhunter. Existing in [[{{Franchise/DCAU}} the same universe]] as ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'', ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'', ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'' (post retcon), ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'', and ''WesternAnimation/TheZetaProject'', this show continued several story threads from those series and introduced new characters who had not previously appeared.

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This animated {{adventure series}} is Creator/CartoonNetwork's update of ''WesternAnimation/SuperFriends'', with seven core heroes: {{Franchise/Superman}}, Franchise/WonderWoman, {{Franchise/Batman}}, Franchise/GreenLantern (John Stewart), Franchise/TheFlash (Wally West), [[ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} Hawkgirl]] and the MartianManhunter.ComicBook/MartianManhunter. Existing in [[{{Franchise/DCAU}} the same universe]] as ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'', ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'', ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'' (post retcon), ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'', and ''WesternAnimation/TheZetaProject'', this show continued several story threads from those series and introduced new characters who had not previously appeared.
2nd Jul '15 12:43:46 AM Rockatt
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'''Superman:''' ''More like a...[[TitleDrop Justice League]]''.

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'''Superman:''' ''More like a...[[TitleDrop Justice League]]''.\\
2nd Jul '15 12:24:37 AM Rockatt
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'''The Flash:''' ''Do you have any idea how corny that sounds?''
5th Jun '15 6:54:16 PM mkmckoy
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-> '''Superman:''' I once thought I could protect the world by myself, but I was wrong. Working together, we saved the planet, and I believe that if we stay together as a team, we could be a force that could truly work for the ideals of peace and justice.\\
'''The Flash:''' What, like a bunch of "WesternAnimation/SuperFriends"?\\
'''Superman:''' More like a...[[TitleDrop Justice League]].

to:

-> '''Superman:''' I ''I once thought I could protect the world by myself, but I was wrong. Working together, we saved the planet, and I believe that if we stay together as a team, we could be a force that could truly work for the ideals of peace and justice.justice''.\\
'''The Flash:''' What, ''What, like a bunch of "WesternAnimation/SuperFriends"?\\
[[WesternAnimation/SuperFriends Super]] [[MythologyGag Friends]]?''\\
'''Superman:''' More ''More like a...[[TitleDrop Justice League]].
League]]''.
11th Apr '15 4:01:32 PM megarotic
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'''Superman:''' More like a...Justice League.

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'''Superman:''' More like a...[[TitleDrop Justice League.
League]].
15th Feb '15 1:24:34 AM KJMackley
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Banding together for the first time to face powerful alien conquerors, Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, the Green Lantern John Stewart, Hawkgirl, and the Martian Manhunter officially organize themselves as a team, anticipating having to deal with other threats that they cannot face alone. This incarnation lasted two seasons and 52 episodes (most of which were two-parters, with three three-parters and a single standalone episode). A decision was made to not feature every member in every episode in order to allow for character focus; between two and five members would have an episode together and the entire League appeared only a few times. Turning most stories into two or three part episodes allowed for a much larger scope that could not be accomplished in 22 minutes.

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Banding together for the first time to face powerful alien conquerors, Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, the Green Lantern John Stewart, Hawkgirl, and the Martian Manhunter officially organize themselves as a team, anticipating having to deal with other threats that they cannot face alone. This incarnation lasted two seasons and 52 episodes (most of which were two-parters, with three three-parters and a single standalone episode). A decision was made to not feature To avoid overcrowding that would come with featuring [[MandatoryLine every member in every episode in order to allow for character focus; episode]], between two and five members would have an episode together be in the focal point of a story and the entire League appeared only a few times. Turning most stories into two or three part episodes allowed for a much larger scope that could not be accomplished in 22 minutes.



The successor series, ''Justice League Unlimited'', [[HeroesUnlimited added more heroes from DC Comics]], many of whom had never before been animated. Instead of the two or three part episodes, this series returned to the single episode format, which allowed for the more obscure heroes to be spotlighted. To balance this out, a very strong {{myth arc}} was formed telling of a {{government conspiracy}} against the League, picking up from a few previous episodes. This incarnation lasted 39 episodes.

to:

The successor series, ''Justice League Unlimited'', [[HeroesUnlimited added more heroes from DC Comics]], many of whom had never before been animated. After the events of the second season, the League recruit heroes from around the world to be prepared for the most powerful threats. Instead of the two or three part episodes, this series returned to the single episode format, which allowed for the more obscure heroes and minor comic arcs to be spotlighted. To balance this out, a very strong {{myth arc}} was formed telling of a {{government conspiracy}} against the League, picking up from a few previous episodes. In addition the villains get desperate as they have to face against a very powerful and well organized Justice League. This incarnation lasted 39 episodes.
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