Justice League Unlimited: Season 1, Eps. 22-25

“Question Authority”, “Flashpoint”, “Panic in the Sky”, “Divided We Fall”

No, that is not DCnU villain "Computerhead"

Yes, the Question did throw a computer monitor at that man's head.

The four-part story-arc that concludes Justice League Unlimited‘s Cadmus arc that has been running in the background all season is the best Justice League movie you’re going to get.  Running at just under 90 minutes, the set of episodes that begins with “Question Authority” and ends with “Divided We Fall” meets all the beats required of a superhero movie while still acting as four distinct, satisfying episodes.  In many ways, these episodes represent the culmination of the DCAU – a piece of stylish, serialized action storytelling is true to its characters and tells a coherent, thrilling story that calls back to the many years of continuity it built itself without demanding viewers be familiar with any or all of it.

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Justice League Unlimited: Season 1, Episodes 1-2

“Initiation”, “For the Man Who Has Everything”


Justice League Unlimited isn’t really that different a show from the first Justice League cartoon.  In fact, I’m pretty sure that they’re considered the same series.  Of course, the big difference between the two was on focus: Justice League followed the founders of the League, while Justice League Unlimited followed a much larger cast in more epic adventures.  Because of that, “Initiation” had to act as both a series and season premier.

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