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'Justice League: The Complete Series'
(George Newbern, Kevin Conroy, Carl Lumbly, Phil LaMarr, et al / 15-Disc DVD / NR / (2009 / Warner Video)

Overview: In this action-packed adventure series, the world's greatest superheroes, including Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Hawkgirl and Martian Manhunter, join forces as the Justice League to battle powerful villains, supernatural creatures and evil entities determined to take over the world and destroy the League.

DVD Verdict: If you've never heard of the Justic League (!), nor have you marveled (all pun intended) at the antics of a combined superhero outfit (!), allow me to formally introduce you to, the Justice League. Here, you join Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Flash, Martian Manhunter, and Hawkgirl for the ultimate superhero adventure.

Justice League, in and of itself, enjoys animated levels of storytelling with imaginative plotlines - ranging from alien attacks to government conspiracies and realistic adult characters who mature both as a crime-fighting team and as friends as the series progresses. Instead of being a group of chummy friends, the heroes of Justice League don't always agree with one another, sometimes have trouble working with one another, and periodically leave and re-enter the plot.

Indeed, 'Justice League - The Complete Series' is an incredible 15-disc collection comprised of Justice League Season's One and Two and Justice League Unlimited, Season's One and Two.

Now, for all those JL geeks out there, yes, the first 15 episodes of 'Justice League - Season One' were originally released separately on the single-disc volumes 'Secret Origins,' 'Justice on Trial,' 'Paradise Lost' and 'The Brave and the Bold.' The final 3 episodes of 'Justice League - Season Two' were originally released separately (before ever airing on TV) on the single-disc volume 'Starcrossed: The Movie.'

6 episodes from the first half of 'Justice League Unlimited - Season One' were originally released separately on the single-disc volumes 'Saving the World' and 'Joining Forces.' Also available on the 4-disc set (which despite the season one title actually contains both JLU Seasons One and Two (each 13 episodes), were the final 13 episodes of Justice League Unlimited.

Anyway, for the here and now, and this wonderful Complete Series package/release, Warner Home Video has repackaged from the separate season sets all 91 episodes and respective special features (in respective aspect ratios) on 15 single-sided DVDs (including a brand new bonus disc) all in an exclusive collectible box-set that does justice (again, every pun intended!) to DCAU's League of Extraordinary Superheroes. This is a Widescreen Presentation (1.85:1) enhanced for 16x9 TVs and come with the Special Features of:

New Bonus Disc Documentary "Unlimited Reserve: Exploring the Depths of the DC Universe"
Commentary on 8 episodes with Series Creators: "The Enemy Below Part 2", "Legends Part 2", "The Savage Time Part 2", "Twilight Part 2", "A Better World Part 2", "Starcrossed Part 3", "This Little Piggy", "The Return"
Featurettes: "Inside Justice League", "The Look of The League", "The Blueprint for Justice", "Justice League - The First Mission", "Voices of Justice", "Justice League: Declassified", "And Justice for all", "Themes of Justice", "Cadmus: Exposed", "Justice League Chronicles", Music-only audio track for the final episode "Destroyer"
Easter Egg: "Not too Savage", a Deleted Scene with an introduction by producer Bruce Timm.

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