Simply A Masterpiece
Excellent but underrated film
Simple and well acted, it has tension enough to knot the stomach.
It's simply great fun, a winsome film and an occasionally over-the-top luxury fantasy that never flags.
A classic cartoon that deserves every single song of praise it gets from critics and fans being one of the finest superhero television shows, and finest shows of the 2000s, period. Justice League blew our collective minds when it debuted in 2003: the first true multi- character Crossover on television to matter since the X-Men TV series, and it had Batman and Superman as series regulars alongside the likes of Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Hawk Girl and the animated debut of Martian Manhunter.When Bruce Timm did Batman: The Animated Series in the 90s he always dreamed of the ultimate crossover featuring all the DC Superheroes the public have come to know and love.And with the advent of digital traditional animation and Cartoon Network's presence on cable TV. Justice League became an instant classic the moment it graced the small screens of the world and blew millions of children's minds out of the water.Justice League is still amazing, it's voice-acting and writing is still incomparable to most modern toons still on the air today, and if only Marvel's equivalent show Avengers: Earths Nightiest Heroes didn't get cancelled prematurely, then there wouldn't be such a gap in DC and MARVEL's animated competition.Anyway, Justice League is the ideal adaptation of one of the greatest crossover teams ever assembled in the world of television. Give it a watch if you're one of the few hundreds of people who haven't at least heard of it already.
Ahhh Justice League, such a great series. I can fondly remember watching this back in the early 2000's, when i was but a budding DC fan. And this cartoon, single handedly made me the huge DC fan i am today. This show has SOOO much going for it, great stories, great voice acting, stellar animation that still holds up to this day, and all of these aspects help bring life to it in a way that very few shows can. You would think it couldn't get any better, but the sequel, Justice League Unlimited, actually IMPROVES what was already there. You would think that they wouldn't be able to improve on perfection, but they managed to do it. To me JLU's greatest feat is that despite having an enormous cast of characters, it was still able to give most of them deep and interesting stories and personalities, while still remembering to give development to the main team. What more is there to say, this series is fantastic. This is as good as it gets, and in my opinion as good as it is ever going to get. I don't think any super hero TV series will ever be able to top Justice League and Justice League unlimited, and that just goes to show you how great they really are. If you haven't watched them yet, please, do yourself a favor, and watch it. The entirety of both series can be found on Netflix, so it's readily watchable. So go ahead, turn it on, and enjoy. Trust me, you'll thank me later ;)
I have a real interest in superheroes and in animation, with both together this had all the ingredients to be at least a good show. And it was, no more than that, it is a brilliant show, and one of the best superhero series ever made. Personally I think Batman:The Animated Series just beats it, but Justice League is without a doubt one of the most original, ambitious and deep animated shows out there.The production values are really detailed and rich. You can never go wrong with sophisticated colours, sharp and decisive character features, epic scope and crisp backgrounds, in all four of these areas Justice League succeeds. The music is consistently superb, haunting, rousing and dark, with a main theme that sticks in the mind for a long time.Even more impressive is the depth, story lines and the writing. The writing is brilliant, there are moments of humour but it does always have a focused tone, and it is all sophisticated and taut, a major step up with sappy one liners and clichés that some characters are made to utter in some shows now. I was so impressed with the story lines, even for an animated these story lines are quite deep and complex, but they never cease to be gripping and compelling. Plus the characters have so much depth to them. They aren't boring, useless or clichéd, they all have unique personalities, a purpose and are always well incorporated into the stories.I have always loved Batman, Superman, Hawkgirl, Green Lantern and Wonder Woman, and they are amazing characters here. I was also surprised at how much depth there was to J'onn J'onzz and in a good way, and the villains are interesting too and actually have motives that don't come across as absurd. The voice acting is outstanding too, Kevin Conroy IS Batman in my eyes especially. Overall, this show is fantastic, and I am actually running out of words to describe how truly good Justice League is other than to say if you love superheroes, characters and stories with depth and animation, this is a must see! 10/10 Bethany Cox
This is a great action packed series with well-known superheroes like Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern, and ones that are not that well known.My favorite Justice League Members: 1. Batman 2. The Question 3. HuntressThe superheroes with no super powers are way more entertaining than the ones with super powers. I wish that there was no Bat-Embargo because it stopped every Batman character except for Batman to appear later in the series. I would have loved to see Batman characters in the later seasons especially Batgirl, Nightwing, Scarecrow, and Two-Face. If there was no Bat-Embargo, the creators would have put Batgirl in an episode and Hugo Strange would have most likely had a bigger part in the series instead of a non-speaking cameo.