Justice League Unlimited (2004–2006)
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A team of too-good-to-be-true superheroes find out the truth about their origins and go on the rampage.


Joaquim Dos Santos


Dwayne McDuffie (story), J.M. DeMatteis (teleplay) | 4 more credits »


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Episode cast overview:
Kevin Conroy ... Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
Susan Eisenberg ... Wonder Woman / Princess Diana (voice)
George Newbern ... Superman / Clark Kent / Bizarro (voice)
Scott Rummell Scott Rummell ... Aquaman / Arthur Curry (voice)
James Sie ... Wind Dragon (voice)
Gregg Rainwater ... Long Shadow / Mike (voice)
Tim Matheson ... Maxwell Lord (voice)
Grey Griffin ... Downpour / Shifter (voice) (as Grey DeLisle)
CCH Pounder ... Amanda Waller / Juice (voice)
Jennifer Hale ... Giganta (voice)
Robert Foxworth ... Professor Emil Hamilton (voice)


The Justice League meets the Ultimen, a popular group of young heroes. The Ultimen discover they are the results of a government experiment in creating super humans and only have a short time to live. In frustration and anger, all but one (Long Shadow) strike out against the Justice League. Written by wikipedia

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Release Date:

4 December 2004 (USA) See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


According to Dwayne McDuffie, "the beast that threw itself against the bars" is a nod to the Wonder Dog from the 1970s Super Friends cartoon. See more »


When Superman asks Long Shadow about Cadmus, he is on the right, Batman is to their left, and Wonder Woman is across from them. When the Army arrives, Wonder Woman is to Long Shadow's left, Superman stands across from them, Aquaman is the rightmost figure, and Batman is nowhere to be seen, and after the jeep arrives Batman has returned between Long Shadow and Aquaman. See more »


Amanda Waller: We'll take it from here. The Ultimen belong to us.
Wonder Woman: Belong?
Maxwell Lord: A poor choice of words. We'll see to it their last days are comfortable. We will take care of you... you have my word, for whatever it's worth.
Wind Dragon: ...All right, Max.
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References Super Friends (1973) See more »


Justice League Unlimited Theme
Written by Michael McCuistion
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Nod to the Superfriends
21 March 2007 | by jsbrigmanSee all my reviews

I thought this episode was a great nod to the superfriends.

Apache Chief, Black Vulcan, Samurai, and the Wonder Twins are all represented here.

This acknowledgment would have been good enough. It is unfortunate that this series degraded into the Saturday Morning Cartoon during its last season, while the prior season was the most intelligently written American Animation Adventure show I had ever seen. Every week uncovering the Government and Luthor sub plots was exciting. I wish they could have left the superfriends where they belonged, in the 70's.

That said, Long Shadow was a very successful crossover from Apace Chief, I was glad to see him appear in several additional episodes. The other characters were not explored too much.

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