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Superman: The Animated Series 3 Seasons

Season 3
4.6 out of 5 stars (344) IMDb 8.2/10

As dastardly criminals wage war against the good citizens of the world, it takes a real superhero to save the day. Look, up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's SUPERMAN!

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Tim Daly, Dana Delany

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Season 3
1. Where There's Smoke

Volcana (guest star voice PERI GILPIN), a villainess who can control fire, goes on a crime spree stealing valuable artifacts while on the run from government agents and Superman (series star TIM DALY).

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: September 19, 1998
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2. Knight Time

Superman masquerades as Batman to confront Roxy Rocket, Penguin and a host of other bad guys who are on a crime spree in Gotham City during the real Batman's mysterious absence.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: October 10, 1998
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3. New Kids In Town

In Clark's hometown of Smallville, a teenage Clark Kent teams with Chameleon Boy, Cosmic Boy and Saturn Girl from the New Legion to battle Brainiac.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: October 31, 1998
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4. Obsession

Smitten with love, Toyman will do anything, even destroy Metropolis, to possess Darci Mason, a mechanical fashion model. The only person standing between Toyman and his obsession for Darci is Superman.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: November 15, 1998
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5. Little Big Head Man

Mxyzptlk (recurring guest star voice GILBERT GOTTFRIED) gets into trouble with the rulers of his planet--and Superman--when he enlists Bizarro's (series star TIM DALY) help to wreak havoc on Earth.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: November 21, 1998
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6. Absolute Power

Superman confronts Jax-Ur (recurring guest star voice RON PERLMAN) and Mala (new guest star voice SARAH DOUGLAS) while defending a distant planet that the two Kryptonian outlaws have enslaved.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: January 16, 1999
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7. In Brightest Day?

Kyle Rayner is given a mysterious ring that enables him to transform into crimefighting superhero Green Lantern. When the Green Lantern's most dangerous enemy, Sinestro attacks Earth, Rayner teams with Superman to defeat the villain.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: February 6, 1999
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8. Superman's Pal

Jimmy Olsen (recurring guest star voice DAVID KAUFMAN) and Superman work together to combat Metallo (recurring guest star voice MALCOLM McDOWELL) when the evildoer returns to Metropolis.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: February 20, 1999
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9. A Fish Story

When the marine life near Metropolis suddenly joins together to threaten the citizens, Lois Lane (series star DANA DELANY) discovers the cause: Lex Luthor (series star CLANCY BROWN) has taken Aquaman (guest star voice MIGUEL FERRER) prisoner!

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: May 8, 1999
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10. Unity

Superman teams with Supergirl to save his adoptive parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kent, along with the rest of Smallville, from an alien threat.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: May 15, 1999
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11. The Demon Reborn

When Ra's Al Ghul, known as "The Demon," attempts to steal Superman's powers, Batman comes to the rescue.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: September 18, 1999
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12. Legacy: Part 1

In another effort to take over Earth, Darkseid (recurring guest star voice MICHAEL IRONSIDE) erases Superman's memory and adopts him as a son.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 20 minutes Release date: February 5, 2000
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13. Legacy: Part 2

In another effort to take over Earth, Darkseid (recurring guest star voice MICHAEL IRONSIDE) erases Superman's memory and adopts him as a son.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 21 minutes Release date: February 12, 2000
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This is the last volume of Superman: The Animated Series, and includes the last 18 episodes of the show's 54-episode run. It's scheduled to release alongside a slew of Superman-related shows and movie tie-ins, including Justice League season 2 and a new direct-to-video movie featuring Brainiac. This is also the set fans have been waiting for.

Roughly speaking, volume 3 can be divided into thirds. The first third of the set are your typical self-contained Superman stories. We get the introduction of Maxima the warrior queen and Volcana (Peri Gilpin of Frasier). Toyman, Mxy, Bizzaro, and Jax-Ur and Mala return. There is an odd episode involving an alien menace in Smallville, and a dud spotlighting Jimmy Olsen.

The next third are team-up episodes. Superman meets Aquaman and Green Lantern (the Kyle Rayner version) for the first time, and teams up with Batman again to fight Ra's Al Ghul. The Legion of Superheroes help young Clark Kent fight Brainiac in Smallville, and Robin also helps Superman masquarade as Batman when Bruce Wayne goes missing. These are all fun adventures. They predate the Justice League series, and its fun to see the DC animated universe slowly expand into what we know today.

It's the final third of this volume though, that will get fans pumped. These form the Darkseid saga, and are three two-part episodes. Besides the formal introduction of Supergirl, these episodes contain some of the most dramatic and shocking moments in the 10 years+ of shows that Timm and co. have created. This is Superman's darkest hour, and the series finale "Legacy" ended things on a very bittersweet note, the effects of which carried over strongly into JLU. Powerful stuff.

Like I said, there's so much Superman-related stuff coming out June 20th to tie into the movie. You'll probably have to make choices about what to buy and what to pass over. Don't let STAS: Volume 3 be passed over.
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Celebrate the Man of Tomorrow's triumphant return today with Superman: The Animated Series - Volume Three! Introducing guest-star superheroes Supergirl, Green Lantern, Aquaman, Orion and the New Gods, Legionnaires Cosmic Boy, Chameleon Boy and Saturn Girl (plus new characters Maxima and Volcana), this 2-disc set contains the 3rd (and final) wave of 18 episodes from the show's 54-episode series run.

From the far reaches of Apokolips comes the ultimate threat to planet Earth as mankind faces its most powerful enemy, the evil lord Darkseid. Darkseid's obsession with humiliating Superman and dominating the Earth feature prominently in the three excellent multi-part arcs "Little Girl Lost" (Supergirl debut), "Apokolips...Now!", and "Legacy." Also paying tribute to legendary comics writer/artist Jack Kirby and his Fourth World is the underrated Jimmy Olsen episode "Superman's Pal" (a homage to the "Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen" comic which Kirby used to introduce the Fourth World concept and characters) featuring the debut of the special ultrasonic frequency Superman signal watch.

The Toyman returns with an "Obsession" with a Barbie-perfect supermodel (a storyline which later concludes in the Static Shock season three episode "Toys in the Hood"), while evil Kryptonians Jax-Ur (voice of Ron "Hellboy" Perlman) and Mala (voice of Sarah Douglas, "Ursa" from Superman II!) return with "Absolute Power." Mr. Mxyzptlk is the "Little Big Head Man" pulling Bizarro's super-strings in a revenge plot against the Man of Steel.
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With the upcoming release of Superman Returns, we of course are being treated to a wealth of Superman related DVD's such as the Justice League sets, the old George Reeves set, Dean Cain, a documentary, even Krypto the Wonder Dog is purchasable. Well with it comes a great addition: the third and last volume in the Superman Animated Series set which features some great episodes including some teamups and an all-and-out brawl with Apokolips and Darkseid.

Disc I:

Warrior Queen: It's decent. A stuck-up ruler gets turned on by Superman and wants him for a husband, only his refusal doesn't exactly make her nice. 7.5/10

Apokolips...Now!: Darkseid is planning to assault Earth and a new addition decides to help Superman. 9/10

Apokolips...Now! Part II: It's war as Earth/Superman and Apokolips' warriors go head to head which results in a shocking end to a character. 9.5/10

Little Girl Lost: Exploring Krypton's ruins, Superman comes across a survivor on a nearby planet, who's a bit too eager to be a hero on Earth. 8/10

Little Girl Lost Part II: Superman is taken to Apokolips and Supergirl has to save him, as well as save the Earth on a global scale. 8/10

Where There's Smoke: Another decent episode as Volcana, a hot(literally) vixen causes some trouble. 7.5/10

Disc II Side A:

Knight Time: Batman's missing? And what's Superman doing impersonating him and helping Robin? Fun episode. 9/10

New Kids in Town: Brainiac wants to destroy Superman so he decides to time travel to when Superman was actually just an underdeveloped Clark Kent. 9/10

Obsession: I never liked Toyman as a villain and he's got a stalkerish obsession with a model. Bah. 6/10

Little Big Head Man: Mr.
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