Justice League Unlimited (2004–2006)

TV Series   |  TV-Y7-FV   |    |  Animation, Action, Adventure


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A continuation of the Justice League animated series finds the original members of the team joined in their battle against crime and evil by dozens of other heroes from the DC comics universe.

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  • Edward Asner in Justice League Unlimited: The Ties That Bind (2005)
  • Michael Rosenbaum at an event for Justice League Unlimited (2004)
  • Justice League Unlimited: Alive! (2006)
  • James Remar in Justice League Unlimited: Ancient History (2006)
  • Clancy Brown and Michael Ironside in Justice League Unlimited: Destroyer (2006)
  • Justice League Unlimited: Clash (2005)

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Jack Kirby

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8 May 2018 | trexman-79876
10
| The justice league at it's best!
This review is actually for both Justice League and Justice League Unlimited because to me Unlimited felt more of a continuation than a reboot.

To start off this is probably the best place to see how the justice league should be like,not the movies, and while comics are great, this is still a cut above most of the justice league comics.

There is not a single episode that I would call bad, in fact all of them are good to great with some being one of the best episodes I have ever watched, and what really sells it is the characters, and not just the main seven who have some of the best character development around, but even side characters like the Question, Green Arrow, and Huntress to name a few, all get fleshed out quite well that you can't help but love them.

The art is not much to write about, but it gets the job done and when things start running the animation usually keeps up with some great scenes animated in there that help complement the well written story.

The story is where this show shines, I mean holy hell do they know how to write good episodes with some even deserving awards, they connect seemingly unconnected episodes to each other bringing the whole thing together as a package (this happens mostly in Unlimited) nicely tying it all up into something special, but that isn't everything, what really made me love this show as fan of comics and superheroes, is the way they pay respect to the comics, it is clear that the writers, voice actors, animators, sound designers and anyone who worked on this show love the comics and they show that love with great pride, and that more than anything is what, at least to me, makes a show something to write home about.

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Animation | Action | Adventure | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

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