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Justice League: Unlimited: Season 2 (2007)

George Newbern , Kevin Conroy , Dan Riba , Joaquim Dos Santos  |  Unrated |  DVD
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  • Actors: George Newbern, Kevin Conroy, Susan Eisenberg, Michael Rosenbaum, Phil LaMarr
  • Directors: Dan Riba, Joaquim Dos Santos
  • Writers: Dwayne McDuffie
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: Portuguese (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: Portuguese
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: March 20, 2007
  • Run Time: 286 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (163 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000LE17A2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,414 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Justice League: Unlimited: Season 2" on IMDb

Special Features

  • The final 13 episodes on two discs
  • Cadmus Exposed: Bruce Timm and others discuss the entire Cadmus storyline
  • Justice League Chronicles: series writers, producers, and directors discuss their favorite moments among final-season episodes
  • Music-only track of the episode "Destroyer," with an on-camera introduction by Bruce Timm

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In the final 13 episodes of Justice League Unlimited, Grodd recruits Lex Luthor, Sinestro, Bizarro, Giganta, and hordes of other villains to form the Legion of Doom, leading to numerous action-packed episodes of villains fighting the superheroes of the expanded JLU. The core members of the original series--Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter, Hawkgirl, Flash, and Green Lantern--are supplemented by such heroes as Green Arrow, Black Canary, Supergirl, Red Tornado, and Mister Terrific. But even waves of super-beings would be a bore if the stories weren't compelling and well-thought-out, and dashed with humor. It's the respect for the viewer's intelligence that elevates JLU beyond a kids' series to arguably the best animated-superhero show ever.

During the season, Hawkgirl meets Katar Hol, Hawkman, who claims that he and Hawkgirl are the resurrection of centuries-ago lovers, which throws a wrench into her developing relationship with Green Lantern ("Shadow of the Hawk," "Ancient History"). Flash fights a rogue's gallery of his arch enemies alongside Batman and Orion ("Flash and Substance"), Luthor switches brains with the Flash in "The Great Brain Robbery" (inside joke: Michael Rosenbaum is the voice of Flash, but plays Lex Luthor in the series Smallville) , and Luthor's and Grodd's struggle for dominance of the Legion of Doom comes to a head in the final two-parter, which leads to an unlikely partnership against the ultimate supervillain. The series also dips into other characters and realms of DC comic-book lore, such as the Legion of Super-Heroes ("Far from Home"), Deadman ("Dead Reckoning"), the Seven Soldiers of Victory ("Patriot Act"), Birds of Prey ("Grudge Match"), and Mike Grell's Warlord ("Chaos at the Earth's Core"). In the bonus features, the series creators discuss JLU's ongoing Cadmus story line, there's a music-only track of the series' final episode, and the creators do a 30-minute on-screen commentary talking about three late-season episodes. --David Horiuchi

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Characters from the original series of Justice League Unlimited are joined by a number of new superheroes making this final seasons showdown between Justice League Unlimited vs Legion of Doom the most suspenseful yet. After years of foiled plots and repeated beatings, the galaxy's worse villains finally have a plan: strength in numbers! Led by Lex Luthor, the Legion of Doom prepares to dominate the universe. First order of business: destroy the Justice League. Featuring the original seven Leaguers -- Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, J'onn J'onzz, Green Lantern and Hawkgirl -- plus many other favorites, each episode showcases these heroes in battles like you've never seen. And just when you think they'vefaced the most unimaginable evils, a dark figure from the past resurfaces to exact revenge on all of them.

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129 of 136 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The ride, though wonderful, had to end sometime... December 27, 2006
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Several SPOILERS here.

Well, the ride had to end sometime. JUSTICE LEAGUE UNLIMITED: THE COMPLETE SECOND SEASON is the culminating season to this excellent animated series and serves to put a capper on the DC Animated Universe, which consists of BATMAN: T.A.S., SUPERMAN: T.A.S., BATMAN BEYOND, STATIC SHOCK, and ZETA PROJECT. While the current THE BATMAN and LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES continue the tradition somewhat, these new shows do not follow the same continuity.

This "second" season is, technically, the third season of JLU (or, even more comprehensively, the fifth season of JUSTICE LEAGUE) as JLU's "first" season dvd set actually contains Seasons 1 and 2. Hopefully, that wasn't too confusing to follow. Anyway, this dvd set offers the final 13 episodes in glorious wide screen and continues to showcase lesser lights from its expanded superhero roster (Hawkman in two episodes, the Warlord, Deadman, Green Arrow, the Huntress, etc.) as they are teamed up with several of the original seven founders.

Several episodes pay homage to CHALLENGE OF THE SUPERFRIENDS by updating the Legion of Doom, a haphazard collection of supervillains put together to combat the JLU, which then becomes the season's major story arc. Yes, there's even a Hall of Doom here.
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73 of 80 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Super Series December 23, 2006
I tell my wife that I buy the Justice League season-releases for myself AND the kids. But it is me who sits most captivated in front of the TV with the kids as the episodes roll.

Shushing the kids so I can hear "cartoons" on TV is the joke my wife likes to make. I quickly correct her, "Justice League is NOT 'cartoons.' It's an 'animated series.'" This clarification for some reason always seems to bring on even more chuckles over a bottle of wine with friends than it does clarify the matter.

Anyway, indeed the kids sit captivated too. The Justice League stories are very well put together with a lot of detail. I'm not sure that my kids (age 3 - 7) appreciate or understand all of the emotion (sometimes pretty deep), heroism (of course), betrayal and just great story telling that goes into these Justice League productions. But rest assured, Justice League Unlimited is definitely for kids too.

First there are Seasons 1 & 2 of Justice League. Then came 26 episodes of Justice League Unlimited in Season 1. Season 2 is perhaps the final compilation of Justice League Unlimited that contains the last 13 episodes that started last fall and ended in spring of 2006. You get:

1 - "I Am Legion" Say hello to the Legion of Doom.

2 - "Shadow of the Hawk" Friends with Hawkgirl...what's not to trust?

3 - "Chaos at the Earth's Core" Warlord of the rings.

4 - "To Another Shore" Wonder Woman and The Viking Prince.

5 - "Flash and Substance" A night at the museum.

6 - "Dead Reckoning" Carnival of souls.

7 - "Patriot Act" General Eiling goes AWOL.

8 - "The Great Brain Robbery" The great role reversal.

9 - "Grudge Match" Ultimate Fighting championship.
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5.0 out of 5 stars It's About Time!! December 13, 2006
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Yesss, it's about dad-blasted, dag-nabbin' time WB got off its fat bum and completed this awesome series on DVD. These are the final 13 rip-roarin' episodes, including some of the best ones of the series. At long last, this overgrown kid will have at least one complete series in his DVD collection.

I can't say I have a single favorite episode. Two of the saddest ones to me are "Far From Home", which involves an unexpected twist with one of my favorite characters, and "Destroyer", simply because it is the very last episode. It's also one of the best because of the incredible fight between Superman and Darkseid. Supes finally gets to throw down all of his restraints and let it all out. Don't you know he's wanted to do that for a looo--ong time. "Grudge Match" is a great one, too. Talk about the ultimate chick-fight -- oh yeah! I kinda thought the ending might have come out similar to the race between Superman and the Flash in an episode of Superman TAS. That one was a tie. Canary vs. Huntress - ehh - flip a coin.

Overall, I give the series itself five stars for its great story lines, dialogue, and animation. Obviously, I can't rate the packaging and features until next March. I've already pre-ordered it. I can hardly wait. I'll consider it a very late Christmas gift to myself.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Here's to Justice and beyond..... January 12, 2007
I'm REALLY gonna miss this show......The final episode "EPILOGUE" from the last JLU collection (supposedly the original JLU series finale) gave an already excellent closure connecting JLU's Cadmus plotline with the whole Batman/Batman Beyond mythos......Fanboys all over were rejoicing at the production of one more JLU season collected here (which is actually Season 3 - how did Warner's marketing get so confused about this?)....

Everybody loves to hate the bad guys, or at least we're always curious about how they think & live so dangerously! The formation of the Legion of Doom was a real treat, as we see evil geniuses Grodd and Luthor butt heads to claim leadership. I just can't get over how Clancy Brown's delivery of Luthor gets more deliciously devious - both he and Powers Boothe's Grodd had arrogantly witty lines - ultimately revealing their individual hubris' as the most exploitable shared flaw among all great villains. Just recall Grodd's expression before being blown out of the airlock, or Lex's horror when he sees a reconstituted Darkseid instead of Brainiac - all too precious moments of comeuppance, indeed!

The voice casting / direction / performances in these shows have been near-perfect, so much so that I'll miss hearing them on air after years of familiarity. The great Kevin Conroy IS the Batman of all eras, absolutely as irreplacable as Clancy Brown. And Michael Ironside's Darkseid can really cast a shadow on anyone's day- albeit I thought he needed just a wee bit more volume / reverb to exude more of the biggest bully in the Universe! I wonder who else from the STARSHIP TROOPERS movie they can cast in these episodes (Mr.Brown & Mr.Ironside were in it!)?
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