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Justice League 2 Seasons 2001

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Season 1
Available in Prime
(11) IMDb 7.8/10

1. Secret Origins: Part 1 PARENTAL_GUIDANCE Subtitles

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Runtime:
21 minutes

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Season 1

Product Details

Genres Children & Family, Animated
Season year 2002
Network DC Comics
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Jenny J.J.I. on 4 July 2007
Format: DVD
Premiering on Cartoon Network in the fall of 2001, the Justice League has proving to be one of the most entertaining assemblies put together. The first season of Justice League is among the best that DC/Warner Animation has to offer. From the origin story to the epic 3-part finale. After buying season 2 a couple of weeks ago I ended up going backwards on purchasing season one. This first season includes some of my favorite episodes. I am not going comment on each individually episode because there are other reviewers who had done it already and has better knowledge on them then I do.

The seven members of the mightiest crime-fighting force, gives us a collection of entertaining adventures. The Justice League faces such dangerous rogues like criminal mastermind Lex Luthor, evil sorceress Morgaine Le Fey, genius primate Gorilla Grodd and the immortal dictator Vandal Savage. The episodes have likable good-versus-evil plots, refreshing characters, stimulating comic book action and colorful animation.

The episodes provided here will definitely entertain both youngsters and adults especially for fans of the Cartoon Network series. The 4-Disc set has a vibrant picture quality accompany by clear and pulsating sound that you won't get enough of.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By T. R. Alexander TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 26 Oct. 2008
Format: DVD
This animated series following the adventures of DC's premier superhero team is set within the same DC Animated universe as Batman: The Animated Series, Superman: The Animated Series and The New Batman Adventures and includes some of the voice actors from those series.

This first season contains twelve adventures each split into two or three episodes apiece. All the episodes are or high quality with some great writing which is both funny and gripping. The voice acting is good throughout the season and although the animation itself is somewhat basic in places it is still passable.

Of the stories from this first seaosn the three part premier `Secret Origins' is my favorite with `War World' and `A Knight with Shadows' being other stories that I greatlly enjoyed. I haven't seen any of the other DC Animated Universe series but will definatelly be seeking to watch them after seeing this series.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Andrew F on 5 Aug. 2015
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I was enjoying this until I got to Episodes 8 and 9 —Paradise Lost: Part 1 and Part 2 where the subtitles begin to go all wrong!! It's the right subtitles in the wrong episodes scenario (it seems that the subtitles of Episode 10 are the subtitles of Episode 8 and the subtitles of Episode 11 being that of Episode 9 and maybe so on to the last episode—not sure yet); this poor subtitling has ruined this otherwise pleasant and entertaining programme for the hearing-impaired viewer that I am. Won't bother if I can't understand a word that they are saying!
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Theo on 30 Oct. 2011
Format: Blu-ray
Justice League, and its successor series Justice League Unlimited, are together quite easily the best superhero cartoons ever made - or at least that I've ever seen.

Justice League has its roots in Bruce Timm's original Batman: The Animated Series, and his not quite as successful Superman series. Both shows are part of the same continuity as Justice League, as too are less well known animated programs such as Static Shock, Batman Beyond, and The Zeta Project. But in my opinion, it's the Justice League shows that are the apex of the arc.

The art is stylish yet functional, following almost seamlessly in the style Bruce Timm first defined in Batman: The Animated Series. The characters and the world they inhabit are at once sleek yet densely solid, and everything has a certain visual gravitas. This fits perfectly with the writing, for unlike so many superhero TV-shows and movies, Justice League is a show with a great deal of self-respect. I actually stole that term - self-respect - from Steven Myers' review of
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loved it still could use wider range of dc animations from cartoon network for free so it attracts more people to amzon than netflix where you have to rent them
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Vocal Minority on 12 Feb. 2015
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For those familiar with the DC Animated universe, this is the culmination of that run of great shows (Batman: the Animated Series, Superman, Batman Beyond, The Zeta Project) where all of DC's big guns (and Hawkgirl) team up to fight bad guys.

The thing about writing this review is that I suspect that if it didn't come with the DCAU pedigree then I'dprobably be giving it five stars. It's a fun trip around the DC universe, with bigger threats than before, great character interplay, some genuinely dramatic moments and smooth animation. The characters all have their unique voices, and they develop as the series goes on - albeit at some uneven rates. GL gets most of the love this series, whilst the perennials Batman and Superman are less in focus - probably because everyone knows them so well.

So why four rather than five? Well, because some of the episodes aren't as strong as others and it's a bit uneven. There's a recurring problem with Superman, in that he plays the Worf a lot (TV tropes it if you don't understand that reference) and keeps getting laid out by things that he probably shouldn't, or sidelined so that other characters can be useful. It's understandable, but you can tell from it that they're still finding their way with how to handle a larger cast with more diverse powers.

That shouldn't put you off. It's a great series that gets better as it goes - and Justice League Unlimited really delivers on the promise you see here. It's not quite as good as some of the earlier cartoons in the DCAU (at this point) but that's rather like complaining that my diamond shoes are too tight. Suitable for kids, enjoyable for the superhero-minded adult. Enjoy!
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