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4th Apr '17 3:27:13 PM StarformDCX
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This direct-to-DVD film, based on Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's ''[[ComicBook/JLAEarth2 JLA - Earth 2]]'', was originally planned as a ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Unlimited'' prequel film, dealing with how the League decided to make the jump to HeroesUnlimited after ''Starcrossed''. After JLU was cancelled, the film was re-imagined to show off the mainstream DCU. Still, the tone is perfect for a {{Franchise/DCAU}} entry, and the JLU roots are still very obvious. (For example: Absent Hawkgirl, Funny Flash, Watchtower being rebuilt, and the HeroesUnlimited is still a plot point.)

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This direct-to-DVD film, part of the ''DCUniverseAnimatedOriginalMovies'' line, is based on Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's ''[[ComicBook/JLAEarth2 JLA - Earth 2]]'', 2]].'' it was originally planned as a ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Unlimited'' prequel film, dealing with how the League decided to make the jump to HeroesUnlimited after ''Starcrossed''. After JLU was cancelled, the film was re-imagined to show off the mainstream DCU. Still, the tone is perfect for a {{Franchise/DCAU}} entry, and the JLU roots are still very obvious. (For example: Absent Hawkgirl, Funny Flash, Watchtower being rebuilt, and the HeroesUnlimited is still a plot point.)
21st Mar '17 1:47:11 PM BeastC
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This direct-to-DVD film, based on Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's ''JLA - Earth 2'', was originally planned as a ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Unlimited'' prequel film, dealing with how the League decided to make the jump to HeroesUnlimited after ''Starcrossed''. After JLU was cancelled, the film was re-imagined to show off the mainstream DCU. Still, the tone is perfect for a {{Franchise/DCAU}} entry, and the JLU roots are still very obvious. (For example: Absent Hawkgirl, Funny Flash, Watchtower being rebuilt, and the HeroesUnlimited is still a plot point.)

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This direct-to-DVD film, based on Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's ''JLA ''[[ComicBook/JLAEarth2 JLA - Earth 2'', 2]]'', was originally planned as a ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Unlimited'' prequel film, dealing with how the League decided to make the jump to HeroesUnlimited after ''Starcrossed''. After JLU was cancelled, the film was re-imagined to show off the mainstream DCU. Still, the tone is perfect for a {{Franchise/DCAU}} entry, and the JLU roots are still very obvious. (For example: Absent Hawkgirl, Funny Flash, Watchtower being rebuilt, and the HeroesUnlimited is still a plot point.)
6th Mar '17 10:54:10 AM nighttrainfm
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* BattleTrophy: Wonder Woman claims the invisible jet for herself after the Crime Syndicate is defeated. When the Flash notes she can fly on her own, Wonder Woman calls the jet a battle trophy.

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* BattleTrophy: Wonder Woman claims the invisible jet for herself after the Crime Syndicate is defeated. defeated, calling it "spoils of war". When the Flash notes she can fly on her own, Wonder Woman calls the jet Green Lantern retorts that he still drives a battle trophy.car.
14th Feb '17 9:24:48 PM TroperBeDoper
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* SoftSpokenSadist: Owlman rarely talks above an eerie whisper, and just so happens to be the most unhinged member of the team.
24th Dec '16 9:42:33 AM WillKeaton
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* AppealToForce: The Crime Syndicate is so powerful that the police won't act against them and Slade Wilson, the President of the United States, will acquiesce to whatever demands they make of him.
23rd Dec '16 3:28:28 PM WillKeaton
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An important fact to keep in mind is that, despite the similarities between the two factions, the Crime Syndicate of America is ''not'' composed of {{Evil Twin}}s of the Justice League of America. Though [[AllThereInTheManual not explained within the film itself]], the members of the Syndicate have different personal and professional backgrounds, with different origins for their superpowers and different secret identities. They are {{Expy}}s, which is why the "twins" have different voice-actors[[note]]bar Green Lantern[[/note]]; they are actually not the same people as those in the League.

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An important fact to keep in mind is that, despite the similarities between the two factions, the Crime Syndicate of America is ''not'' composed of {{Evil Twin}}s of the Justice League of America. Though [[AllThereInTheManual not explained within the film itself]], the members of the Syndicate have different personal and professional backgrounds, with different origins for their superpowers and different secret identities. They are {{Expy}}s, which is why the "twins" have different voice-actors[[note]]bar voice-actors;[[note]]bar Green Lantern[[/note]]; Lantern[[/note]] they are actually not the same people as those in the League.



* ArtMajorPhysics: The QED trigger can't be destroyed because it's PureEnergy but even if that is true, energy can be converted from one form to another and/or dissipated. Still, it's a common enough trope in this genre to be ignored.

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* ArtMajorPhysics: The QED trigger can't be destroyed because it's PureEnergy PureEnergy, but even if that is true, energy can be converted from one form to another and/or dissipated. Still, it's a common enough trope in this genre to be ignored.
2nd Nov '16 6:10:00 PM SteveMB
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--->'''Aquaman:''' That remains to be seen. ''(bitchslap!)''

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--->'''Aquaman:''' [[WellSeeAboutThat That remains to be seen. seen.]] ''(bitchslap!)''
16th Oct '16 9:25:53 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* AxeCrazy: Superwoman. Owlman, too, but he's more quiet about it.

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* AxeCrazy: AxCrazy: Superwoman. Owlman, too, but he's more quiet about it.
14th Jul '16 4:07:55 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* GenreSavvy: Superman instantly deduces that the Lex Luthor they meet is from an alternate universe by using his x-ray vision. Good Lex's heart is on the right side, and evil Lex is still in jail. Doing a Super SherlockScan helps.
18th Jun '16 7:58:08 AM Morgenthaler
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* PresidentEvil: Inverted. Though he is reluctant to take decisive action against the Syndicate, President Slade Wilson is the ''good'' version of the supervillain Slade "Deathstroke" Wilson.

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* PresidentEvil: Inverted. PresidentSuperhero: Though he is reluctant to take decisive action against the Syndicate, President Slade Wilson is the ''good'' version of the supervillain Slade "Deathstroke" Wilson.
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