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** [[https://www.flickeringmyth.com/2021/04/exclusive-interview-justice-society-world-war-ii-co-writer-jeremy-adams/ Jeremy Adams]] mentioned in this interview how he wanted to do an episode about the Justice Society Of America, with Hourman taking on Nazis.

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** [[https://www.flickeringmyth.com/2021/04/exclusive-interview-justice-society-world-war-ii-co-writer-jeremy-adams/ Jeremy Adams]] mentioned in this interview how he wanted to do an episode about the Justice Society Of of America, with Hourman taking on Nazis.

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** [[https://www.flickeringmyth.com/2021/04/exclusive-interview-justice-society-world-war-ii-co-writer-jeremy-adams/ Jeremy Adams]] mentioned in this interview how he wanted to do an episode about the Justice Society Of America, with Hourman taking on Nazis.


* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The US and Latin American branches of Cartoon Network do little to advertise the show, with the premiere being showcased without fanfare. The series premiered on a Friday in a nice 6:00 PM slot... before being banished to 7:30 AM on Saturdays with no reruns while [=LatAm=] airs the show randomly, probably to pad out time. As with every other show on the network, it's being shoved to the side while [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo a certain other show]] [[AdoredByTheNetwork hogs up all the timeslots in a given month]].

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The US and Latin American Most branches of Cartoon Network do did little to advertise the show, with the premiere being showcased without fanfare. The series premiered Apparently due to the TroubledProduction and later critical failure of ''Film/JusticeLeague2017'', Warner Media lost any hope on a Friday in a nice 6:00 PM slot... before being banished to 7:30 AM on Saturdays with no reruns while [=LatAm=] airs the show randomly, probably and Cartoon Network decided to pad out time. As with every other show on the network, it's being shoved to the side while [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo a certain other show]] [[AdoredByTheNetwork hogs up burn all the timeslots in a given month]].completed episodes just to get rid of the show.

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** Travis Willingham voices Bizarro, an imperfect duplicate of Superman. He's voiced the real deal [[VideoGame/LegoBatman in the past]].

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* OutOfHolidayEpisode: The Halloween episode "Trick Or Threat" first aired in the US on March 18, 2017. Its first airdate overall is in the UK on December 24, 2016.


** Creator/DanaSnyder voices Plastic Man, who unlike his other roles is not A) a {{Jerkass}}, B) insane, C) a villain, or D) all of the above, though hes still a bit hammy. The Penguin is also far more subdued and cold than his previous roles, especially noticeable because of its contrast with [[WesternAnimation/BatmanUnlimitedAnimalInstincts his previous]] [[WesternAnimation/BatmanUnlimitedMechVsMutants take on the character,]] which was far more in line with his usual characters.

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** Creator/DanaSnyder voices Plastic Man, who unlike his other roles is not A) a {{Jerkass}}, B) insane, C) a villain, or D) all of the above, though hes still a bit hammy. The Penguin is also far more subdued and cold than his previous roles, especially noticeable because of its contrast with [[WesternAnimation/BatmanUnlimitedAnimalInstincts his previous]] [[WesternAnimation/BatmanUnlimitedMechVsMutants [[WesternAnimation/BatmanUnlimitedMechsVsMutants take on the character,]] which was far more in line with his usual characters.


** P.J. Byrne portrays Firestorm, an {{Adorkable}} NiceGuy who is a CasanovaWannabe and has a childish sense of humor. Except here, [[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra he firebends instead of earthbending]].

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** P.J. Byrne portrays Firestorm, an {{Adorkable}} a NiceGuy who is a CasanovaWannabe and has a childish sense of humor. Except here, [[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra he firebends instead of earthbending]].

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** Shane Glines' design for [[https://mobile.twitter.com/shaneglines/status/1311286562924060674 Poison Ivy]] showed that she wore light green dress, unlike the final show where she wore a dark green dress.

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* NamesTheSame: "Best Day Ever" is a title also used for ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' and ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' .


** Creator/DanaSnyder voices Plastic Man, who unlike his other roles is not A) a {{Jerkass}}, B) insane, C) a villain, or D) all of the above, though hes still a bit hammy. The Penguin is also far more subdued and cold than his previous roles, especially noticeable because of its contrast with [[WesternAnimation/BatmanUnlimited his previous take on the character]], which was far more in line with his usual characters.

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** Creator/DanaSnyder voices Plastic Man, who unlike his other roles is not A) a {{Jerkass}}, B) insane, C) a villain, or D) all of the above, though hes still a bit hammy. The Penguin is also far more subdued and cold than his previous roles, especially noticeable because of its contrast with [[WesternAnimation/BatmanUnlimited [[WesternAnimation/BatmanUnlimitedAnimalInstincts his previous previous]] [[WesternAnimation/BatmanUnlimitedMechVsMutants take on the character]], character,]] which was far more in line with his usual characters.


* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The US and Latin American branches of Cartoon Network do little to advertise the show, with the premiere being showcased without fanfare. The series also ended up exclusively in a 7:30 AM slot on Saturdays with no reruns while [=LatAm=] airs the show randomly, probably to pad out time. As with every other show on the network, it's being shoved to the side while [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo a certain other show]] [[AdoredByTheNetwork hogs up all the timeslots in a given month]].

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The US and Latin American branches of Cartoon Network do little to advertise the show, with the premiere being showcased without fanfare. The series also ended up exclusively premiered on a Friday in a nice 6:00 PM slot... before being banished to 7:30 AM slot on Saturdays with no reruns while [=LatAm=] airs the show randomly, probably to pad out time. As with every other show on the network, it's being shoved to the side while [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo a certain other show]] [[AdoredByTheNetwork hogs up all the timeslots in a given month]].


** The ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' homage from the Toyman episode was going to be longer, complete with a gag of Aquaman standing in for Fei Long.

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** The ''VideoGame/StreetFighterAlpha'' homage from the Toyman episode was going to be longer, complete with a gag of Aquaman standing in for Fei Long.Dan Hibiki.

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* RefittedForSequel: ''Garden Of Evil'' is based in part on an episode pitch for ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' that Paul Dini made, where Poison Ivy would seduce ComicBook/SwampThing; the episode was never made due to the rights to use Swamp Thing being unavailable at the time.


** At [[https://youtu.be/8bimJaKrDeU 7:15]] , Tim Sheridan said how "Unleashed" originally focused on Flash instead of Mad Mod. At 9:25, he mentioned how there was an episode called "And Then There Was Mod" that would've featured [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans Mad Mod]] . It was shot down for being too ambitious for an 11 minute episode.

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** At [[https://youtu.be/8bimJaKrDeU 7:15]] , Tim Sheridan said how "Unleashed" originally focused on Flash instead of Mad Mod.Plastic Man. At 9:25, he mentioned how there was an episode called "And Then There Was Mod" that would've featured [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans Mad Mod]] . It was shot down for being too ambitious for an 11 minute episode.

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** At [[https://youtu.be/8bimJaKrDeU 7:15]] , Tim Sheridan said how "Unleashed" originally focused on Flash instead of Mad Mod. At 9:25, he mentioned how there was an episode called "And Then There Was Mod" that would've featured [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans Mad Mod]] . It was shot down for being too ambitious for an 11 minute episode.

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