Justice League Unlimited
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Justice League Unlimited is an animated series set some time after the end of Justice League. It was produced by Warner Bros. Animation and aired on Cartoon Network.
It focuses on a revamped Justice League of about 60 superheroes.
Why It Rocks
- It serves as a fitting finale to the entire DC Animated Universe.
- The voice acting is still good.
- It got some crossovers with Static Shock and Batman Beyond.
- The theme song is awesome.
- Enemy Mines between superheroes and supervillains to fight greater-scope threats.
- Superman's final battle with Darkseid was one of the best in DCAU history.
- Bruce Timm is quite a masterpiece to this show, alongside with Batman: The Animated Series, Superman: The Animated Series, Batman Beyond and Justice League.
- The show ends with a shot of Batman's logo, which is very fitting as he started the DCAU with his own show.
The Only Two Bad Qualities
- Other well known DC heroes villains found from the comics such as Reverse-Flash or Professor Zoom, Black Adam, Grim Reaper, and the rest do not appear in this show
- Some filler episodes that can be boring.
- The movie Justice League vs The Fatal Five, which is a sequel to this series was premiered 13 years after the show's ending.