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* Brainiac's boast in "Plastic Man Saves The World" brings to mind ''Film/SupermanUnbound'', where Brainiac claimed he "had the knowledge and strength of ten thousand worlds." Here, however...

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* Brainiac's boast in "Plastic Man Saves The World" brings to mind ''Film/SupermanUnbound'', ''WesternAnimation/SupermanUnbound'', where Brainiac claimed he "had the knowledge and strength of ten thousand worlds." Here, however...


* Batman is turned into a kid by a super villain? Wow... wonder why ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague that]]'' [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold sounds]] familiar...
* At the beginning -- and the end -- of "Trick or Threat," the ''Series/{{Constantine}}'' theme music can be heard briefly.
* ComicBook/KlarionTheWitchBoy closely resembles his ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' incarnation.

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* "Trick or Threat":
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Batman is turned into a kid by a super villain? Wow... wonder why ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague that]]'' [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold sounds]] familiar...
* ** At the beginning -- and the end -- of "Trick or Threat," the ''Series/{{Constantine}}'' theme music can be heard briefly.
* ** ComicBook/KlarionTheWitchBoy closely resembles his ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' incarnation.


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* "Battle for the Bottled City":
** Brainiac has a floating drone with razor-tipped tentacles, resembling the ones inhabiting the frozen Kryptonian ship in ''Film/ManOfSteel''.


** The Wizard banishes ComicBook/BlackAdam by shouting "Vlarem!", which was the Wizard Shazam's transformation phrase when he was just Jebadiah of Cannan (aka The Champion).

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** The Wizard banishes ComicBook/BlackAdam by shouting "Vlarem!", which was the Wizard Shazam's transformation phrase when he was just Jebadiah of Cannan (aka The the Champion).



** What makes it even more hilarious? Mark '''''invokes''''' Talking To Himself as a way to defeat the super-villains!
* In "Race Against Crime," the plot turns out to be [[spoiler: exactly that of the ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' episode "Speed Demons," where the tracking devices placed on Superman and the Flash for their charity race were booby-trapped to siphon the energy the runners generate to power the villain's weaponry.]] Bonus points for the Flash being played by Creator/CharlieSchlatter in both series.

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** What makes it even more hilarious? Mark '''''invokes''''' Talking To Himself TalkingToHimself as a way to defeat the super-villains!
* In "Race Against Crime," the plot turns out to be [[spoiler: exactly [[spoiler:exactly that of the ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries'' episode "Speed Demons," where the tracking devices placed on Superman and the Flash for their charity race were booby-trapped to siphon the energy the runners generate to power the villain's weaponry.]] Bonus points for the Flash being played by Creator/CharlieSchlatter in both series.



* In Watchtower Tours, the League's AI fails to recognize Booster Gold and, upon hearing him identify himself, mishears him and mistakes him for Boodika of the Green Lantern Corps, referencing Booster's DayInTheLimelight episode of WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited where various civilians somehow manage to confuse him for one of the Green Lanterns.

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* In Watchtower Tours, the League's AI fails to recognize Booster Gold and, upon hearing him identify himself, mishears him and mistakes him for Boodika of the Green Lantern Corps, referencing Booster's DayInTheLimelight episode of WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' where various civilians somehow manage to confuse him for one of the Green Lanterns.



* In "She Wore Red Velvet", Green Arrow complains that the Watchtower should've been built in space, referencing both the Watchtower typically being in space in most continuities as well as how ''he'' was the one complaining about how the Watchtower in space was bad (because it disconnected them from the people) back in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'':

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* In "She Wore Red Velvet", Green Arrow complains that the Watchtower should've been built in space, referencing both the Watchtower typically being in space in most continuities as well as how ''he'' was the one complaining about how the Watchtower in space was bad ''bad'' (because it disconnected them from the people) back in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'':


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* In one episode, Booster Gold dresses up as Batmam, referencing when his voice actor, Creator/DiedrichBader, [[CastingGag voiced Batman]] back in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold''.


* At the end of "She Wore Red Velvet":

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* At the end of In "She Wore Red Velvet":Velvet", Green Arrow complains that the Watchtower should've been built in space, referencing both the Watchtower typically being in space in most continuities as well as how ''he'' was the one complaining about how the Watchtower in space was bad (because it disconnected them from the people) back in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'':


* In "Rage of the Red Lanterns", Atrocitus (voiced by Creator/MichaelDorn) accepts the League's offer of an alliance against Lobo,[[note]]who has stolen an artifact powerful enough to make him a match for the assembled Red Lanterns and Leaguers,[[/note]] saying [[Recap/StarTrekS3E7DayOfTheDove "Only a fool fights in a burning house."]]

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* In "Rage of the Red Lanterns", Atrocitus (voiced by Creator/MichaelDorn) accepts the League's offer of an alliance against Lobo,[[note]]who has stolen an artifact powerful enough to make him a match for the assembled Red Lanterns and Leaguers,[[/note]] saying [[Recap/StarTrekS3E7DayOfTheDove "Only a fool fights in a burning house."]]


** The episode features the Joker and the Trickster abducting him, with the only superhero being ComicBook/SwampThing. They're all voiced by him. Yes, there's TalkingToHimself and there's this entire episode, which is that, BreakingTheFourthWall, CrowningMomentOfAwesome ''and'' CrowningMomentOfFunny all in one.

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** The episode features the Joker and the Trickster abducting him, with the only superhero being ComicBook/SwampThing. They're all voiced by him. Yes, there's TalkingToHimself and there's this entire episode, which is that, BreakingTheFourthWall, CrowningMomentOfAwesome SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome ''and'' CrowningMomentOfFunny SugarWiki/{{Funny Moment|s}} all in one.


* The Joker's theme music from [[Film/{{Batman}} the Tim Burton movie]] can be heard in "E. Nigma, Consulting Detective".

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* The Joker's theme music from [[Film/{{Batman}} [[Film/Batman1989 the Tim Burton movie]] can be heard in "E. Nigma, Consulting Detective".


** Among Chronos' news clippings of a younger Batman battling the Falcone syndicate, there's an artist's impression based on eyewitness accounts that resembles the sketch from [[Film/{{Batman}} the 1989 film]].

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** Among Chronos' news clippings of a younger Batman battling the Falcone syndicate, there's an artist's impression based on eyewitness accounts that resembles the sketch from [[Film/{{Batman}} [[Film/Batman1989 the 1989 film]].


** The alternate costumes available for Diana in the episode include her Golden Age costume, the jumpsuit from ''Film/WonderWoman1974'' -- including even changing Wonder Woman's hair from black to Cathy Lee Crosby's blond! --, the "scuba diving" costume from the [[Series/WonderWoman 1970s series]] with Lynda Carter and her ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueWar'' costume.

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** The alternate costumes available for Diana in the episode include her Golden Age costume, the jumpsuit from ''Film/WonderWoman1974'' -- including even changing Wonder Woman's hair from black to Cathy Lee Crosby's Creator/CathyLeeCrosby's blond! --, the "scuba diving" costume from the [[Series/WonderWoman 1970s series]] with Lynda Carter and her ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueWar'' costume.


** The alternate costumes available for Diana in the episode include her Golden Age costume, the jumpsuit from the 1974 failed pilot -- including even changing Wonder Woman's hair from black to Cathy Lee Crosby's blond! --, the "scuba diving" costume from the [[Series/WonderWoman 1970s series]] with Lynda Carter and her ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueWar'' costume.

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** The alternate costumes available for Diana in the episode include her Golden Age costume, the jumpsuit from the 1974 failed pilot ''Film/WonderWoman1974'' -- including even changing Wonder Woman's hair from black to Cathy Lee Crosby's blond! --, the "scuba diving" costume from the [[Series/WonderWoman 1970s series]] with Lynda Carter and her ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueWar'' costume.


* General Zod looks just like his [[Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse cinematic counterpart]] except for the beard.

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* General Zod looks just like his [[Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse cinematic counterpart]] ''Film/ManOfSteel'' counterpart except for the beard.


* General Zod looks just like his [[Film/DCExtendedUniverse cinematic counterpart]] except for the beard.

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* General Zod looks just like his [[Film/DCExtendedUniverse [[Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse cinematic counterpart]] except for the beard.

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* In Watchtower Tours, the League's AI fails to recognize Booster Gold and, upon hearing him identify himself, mishears him and mistakes him for Boodika of the Green Lantern Corps, referencing Booster's DayInTheLimelight episode of WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited where various civilians somehow manage to confuse him for one of the Green Lanterns.


** The Batcave level in Toyman's game includes the classic T-rex and giant penny, plus several different Batmobiles (such as Adam West's), and the Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse costumes for Batman, Robin, Nightwing and Batgirl in the background.

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** The Batcave level in Toyman's game includes the classic T-rex and giant penny, plus several different Batmobiles (such as Adam West's), and the Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse costumes for Batman, Robin, Nightwing and Batgirl in the background. Even the EMP rifle from ''Film/TheDarkKnightRises'' is visible in a few blink-and-you'll-miss-it shots.

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