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Clown Party
The Joker and Batman duke it out on a Gotham City rooftop.

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Eezy Freezy
Mr. Freeze has paralyzed Gotham City in ice and helps himself to a jewelry store's inventory. Batman catches him cold, but Mr. Freeze seems to be always two steps ahead of the hero.

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The Goddess Must Be Crazy
Wonder Woman and Supergirl are in a practice combat over Themyscira stadium, and Supergirl loses the round but damages the statue of a horse.

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Under cover of night, Justice One streaks away from the Tower with Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn at the controls! However, The Batwing interrupts their short lived victory.

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Driver's Ed
Space Cabbie is giving a skittish Stargirl a driving lesson through an asteroid belt.

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Super Stakeout
Green Arrow's stakeout of The Penguin's lair has come up with zero; as if that wasn't bad enough, Plastic Man arrives, in the form of a flying whoopee cushion, to help.

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Something in the Hair
When Poison Ivy uses mind control spores on Batman in order to escape from lockup, it is up to Plastic Man to break the power of Ivy's spores to rescue Batman and recapture Poison Ivy.

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Plastic Man of Steel
Lois Lane believes that Clark Kent is Superman, so the Man of Steel enlists Plastic Man to put the doubt back by having him pose as Clark.

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Missing the Mark
The Joker and Trickster kidnap Mark Hamill and plan to ransom him to the studios, but can the two villains stop arguing long enough to not get caught.

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True Colors
Superman has Metallo subdued enough to take him back to prison. When the villain presses a button, it throws Superman in a Kryptonite spotlight, putting him on his knees.

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Mint Condition
Toyman has turned Cyborg's collectible action figure toys into weapons and a hysterical Cyborg needs to choose whether he's willing to destroy or damage his precious mint-condition collectibles, or be a victim of their destruction.

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Toymano a Mano
Toyman has taken control of Cyborg and Plastic Man and it is up to Batman and all of his genius to save his friends.

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Justice 1, 2, 3, Go!
Under heavy ground fire, Batman, Wonder Woman, Plastic Man, and Cyborg search for the HIVE headquarters, who has cloaked its entire operation, from their aircraft.

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Special Delivery
As Booster Gold and a purple alien bug in labor fight over who gets a cab, Granny Goodness and her minions from Apokolips attack, trying to get Booster Gold.

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Selfie Help
When Space Cabbie stumbles into an isolated room inside Justice League headquarters, where Wonder Woman is battling a group of violent attackers, he has to decide between selfies of the fight, or helping an outnumbered super hero.

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Quality Time
Wonder Woman explains to members of the Justice League why bonding is important as they unite to do battle against Poison Ivy and her Ivy League.

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Lasso of Lies
Deadshot 's attempt to assassinate Wonder Woman leads her into a blind alley, where they punch it out as she demands to know who hired him.

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It's a Trap
Lex Luthor baits Superman into a remote hideout in search of a kidnapped woman.

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Good Cop, Bat Cop
After taking Deadshot into custody, Superman offers to play bad cop during the interrogation, but is such a decent guy that Deadshot just laughs; Batman's attempt at playing good cop, though, seems to make a bad impression on the villain.

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HIVE has hit four major tech rooms, and Stargirl keeps an eye out to catch them in the act, with help from an annoying Firestorm.

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Beep Beep!
In a funny salute to the "Looney Tunes" classics, Lobo tries to earn a $100 million bounty on The Flash and Superman.

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Up and Atom
Wonder Woman and Batman try to recruit a reluctant The Atom to be a full time Justice Leaguer.

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Justice League Action is an American animated series from Cartoon Network that aired from 2016 to 2018. This series offers a refreshing light-hearted reinterpretation of the popular DC Comics' superhero team known as the Justice League. The brutish seriousness is swapped for a more colorful, youthful and fun aesthetic, targeting not only the younger generation but also adult audiences who have an attachment to these iconic superheroes. The series is produced by Warner Bros. Animation and is essentially a compact action adventure show featuring the expansive roster of DC Comics' most celebrated heroes and villains. Each episode of the Justice League Action is a little over 10 minutes, packing an impressive amount of adventure, action, drama, humor, and character development into such a short runtime. With a strong emphasis on action and humor, the show puts the prefabricated nature of superheroes to the test, utilizing both staple and obscure comic book characters in comedic and unusual scenarios that still manage to engage viewers and respect the source material. The series explores different themes and exploits various genres, seamlessly transiting from comedy and drama to mystery and thrills. All these elements are ingeniously interwoven with the core superhero narrative, making every episode a unique experience. Justice League Action presents a testament to the boundless diversity in the DC Universe. The characters include timeless classics like Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and others, but the show also extends to lesser-known figures from the cosmic and mystical corners of the DC universe. The comprehensive list of heroes and their quirky personalities gives fans a chance to appreciate the breadth of characters in the DC Comics canon. The remarkable thing about Justice League Action is its outstanding voice actor gallery. Some of the key characters are voiced by actors renowned for their previous incarnation roles like Kevin Conroy, known for his iconic Batman voice in Batman: The Animated Series returns to his role in this show as well. Furthermore, Mark Hamill, famous for his portrayal of Joker, also reprises his role adding credibility and authenticity to the series. The compelling voice work combined with the modern animation style brings these characters to life in a vibrant way. Concerning the animation, Justice League Action's style is distinctive and appealing. Adapted to today's standards, it goes for a softer, rounded, and fluid look. The colors are bright and dynamic which matches perfectly with the brisk pace and the lightheartedness of the series. The visual effects during the action sequences are feat too. The ability to display the heroes' unique abilities in such detail, with ethereal mystical powers shimmering with raw energy to the high-speed acrobatics of speedster heroes, further elevates the animation to a pleasurable spectacle. The brilliance of Justice League Action lies in the development of its narrative structure. Sequential storytelling is seldom seen, and most episodes are standalone tales - a format that allows every episode to be unique and surprising. This episodic structure allows for a diverse array of storylines, settings and characters - from cosmic space adventures to the darkest corners of magical realms, from time travelling escapades to comical character-centric skits. Justice League Action eliminates the ponderous weight of destiny or global cataclysms from its heroes’ shoulders. Instead, what it offers is a return to the simplicity of childhood play, where the stakes are important but not overly melodramatic, where good always triumphs against evil, and where every character - heroes or villains - can steal the show at any time. In conclusion, Justice League Action is a show that is filled with pure enjoyment and fun while remaining true to its roots, making it a delightful watch for fans of the original comics and newcomers alike. The action-packed episodes, filled with vibrant animation and legendary characters brought to life by a brilliant voice cast, provide entertainment that is accessible, engaging and immersive for a wide range of audience. This show encapsulates the very essence and charm of its comic book origins, and brings the Justice League alive within everyone's living rooms. The show is ultimately a sleek, fast-paced, and wonderfully enjoyable tribute to the extraordinary world of DC Comics.

Justice League Action is a series categorized as a currently airing. Spanning 2 seasons with a total of 75 episodes, the show debuted on 2016. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 7.5.

Cartoon Network
Kevin Conroy, Jason J. Lewis, Rachel Kimsey
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