Type
Scripted
Premiered
Nov. 17, 2001
Status
Completed/Ended
Runtime
30 min.
Country
USA
Network
Cartoon Network TV Network

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Justice League Unlimited

Earth's seven greatest heroes unite against the threat of an alien invasion and decide to remain together to defend Earth against attacking aliens, sorcerors, super-villains, and any other threat that might arise.

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05x13 Destroyer (2) Aired: May. 13, 2006

There is fire in the streets of Metropolis, the Daily Planet lies in ruins, the League and the Legion stand side by side, as Superman comes face …

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The show had 5 seasons and 91 episodes air between 2001 and 2006.

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  • SPOILER: The original Watchtower is destroyed in the climax of Starcrossed. When the series resumed under its new title, Justice League Unlimited, a new, much larger Watchtower was unveiled…
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    SPOILER: The original Watchtower is destroyed in the climax of Starcrossed. When the series resumed under its new title, Justice League Unlimited, a new, much larger Watchtower was unveiled and it was designed to accommodate a large number of support staff and the expanded roster of League. The Watchtower now has a large kitchen, meeting, and medical facilities, and it is strongly implied that some members of the League live on the station full-time.
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  • The Crime Syndicate were initially going to be used in this series, but as the writers continued to develop the story, the more they realized they were changing the basic idea of the Crime…
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    The Crime Syndicate were initially going to be used in this series, but as the writers continued to develop the story, the more they realized they were changing the basic idea of the Crime Syndicate so much that they it wouldn't be worth calling them that. The team ended up being literally an alternate universe version of the Justice League called the Justice Lords. The real Crime Syndicate never appeared in the series.
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  • The character Aresia's is based two individual characters, both who use the identity of Fury in the comics. This animated version is based more upon the Helena Kosmatos version, but possesses…
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    The character Aresia's is based two individual characters, both who use the identity of Fury in the comics. This animated version is based more upon the Helena Kosmatos version, but possesses a visual design based upon the original Fury.
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