Justice League - Justice on Trial
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Two, two-part episodes from the first season of Justice League. In the first episode, In Blackest Night, Green Lantern is put on trial for destroying a planet, but the Justice League comes to his aid to uncover the real perpetrator of the crime. In The Enemy Below, Justice League members use their superhuman strength to help Aquaman save his family and kingdom.]]>
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Each tale is truly told on an epic scale: the first is interstellar in setting, the second spans the might of the earth's oceans. But the intimacy of the characters and of their interpersonal relationships is never lost on these grand stages. Each story is distinguished by intelligent writing, compelling visuals, exciting action, and superb vocal performances.
"Justice League" is one of the best manifestations of our enduring superhero mythos, and these episodes really deliver. I came away both thrilled by the stories and caring even more about these great characters.
I like Justice League, but I'm not buying another DVD until they do a decent job.
Unless anything drastic changes, WB will again put out a bare-bones disc for one of their hottest properties. Expect the only substantial extra to be the short intros with producer Bruce Timm. If anything else of value is added (not counting the kiddie games and draw Batman "extras" included on the first wave of DVDs), I'll gladly give this disc another star. Com'on, WB! Even Disney's Spider-Man releases, while single disc cash-ins, have lengthy interviews and more episodes!!
Fun but flawed JL stories + barely any extras = 3 stars. If you're going to make fans wait this long for each disc WB, give us something worth waiting for!
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Wanting to know how he should explain something "to your 4-year old little girl or boy watching" begs the question, why is your 4 year old watching something meant for children a little older in the first place.
I'm all for Parents monitoring what there children watch. That being said, however, does not mean that Parents should blindly buy a Superhero DVD or see the Warner Brothers label and think it's going to be OK, sight unseen. Have we forgotten how violent the old Warner Brother's cartoons were? Why was the Coyote chasing the Road Runner? What was Elmer Fudd doing with that shotgun?
Don't blame the DVD.
I've seen every JL and JL Unlimited that has been aired over the past couple or so years, and I've enjoyed every one of them. This DVD and the other JL DVDs have good and interesting episodes, although I whole-heartedly agree that WB needs to release the full seasons in boxed sets. These JL DVDs could use more special features, too, but for a hard-core fan, they're worth the $$. I recommend them for those who aren't trying to hold out for box sets.
I enjoy the clean and detailed style. The animation could be a little better, but what the heck? It's so much better than most of the garbage some studios are trying to pass off for animation. The dialogue, artwork style, and character portrayal is great. The interaction among the characters is precisely the way I remember it in the comic books even back in the 1960s. The artists do a great job with the expressions on the characters' faces, too. I guess that's the main reason why I like this and the other DVDs; this middle-aged citizen can recede to my childhood for a little while and enjoy the fantasy with my old pals. My grown kids enjoy JL, too. By the way, I think Hawkgirl is a babe without her mask on.
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I always enjoy Superman, and I usually enjoy the other characters, but sometimes, I don't enjoy the big team up programs as much as I do the solo and partner titles. Read morePublished 13 months ago by John WilliamsSon 2100
There seems to be a super hero craze these days. My kids are hooked on everything super hero. Good movie for kids.Published on November 29, 2013 by workingmomof3
I liked the movie. I received the movie on time. The movie remind me of the 80's. It was Great.Published on September 13, 2013 by Therander L. Tarleton
Loved it. As soon as I got it, I tore open the package, put the dvd into my new dvd holder and through the case and cover away. I know. I am such a waste and greedy person.Published on February 15, 2013 by Cole
My son is only 5 but he loves superheroes. He loves this show even though he can't understand everything. I enjoy the episodes because it has many DC characters that I grew up. Read morePublished on February 2, 2006 by Quincy Rumany
It's an understatement that many of us feel ripped off by WB's attempt to unfairly empty our wallets. Read morePublished on March 10, 2005 by C. T. Kelly
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