Justice League Unlimited

2004 • Cartoon Network
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Season 1 episodes (26)

1 Initiation
7/31/04
A reluctant Green Arrow joins forces with the new Justice League to stop a rampaging nuclear monster in Asia.
2 For the Man Who has Everything
8/7/04
Season-only
Batman and Wonder Woman visit the fortress of Solitude on Superman's birthday, only to find him trapped by Mongul.
3 Kids' Stuff
8/14/04
Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern are transformed into 8-year-olds in a desperate attempt to save the world from the magic of Mordred!
4 Hawk and Dove
8/21/04
Wonder Woman teams up with two super powered brothers, one warlike, the other a pacifist, to stop Ares' plans to escalate a European civil war into World War III.
5 This Little Piggy
8/28/04
It's musical mayhem when Batman and Zatanna join forces to save a teammate from a fate worse than death.
6 Fearful Symmetry
9/4/04
Supergirl discovers that a series of nightmares she's having about being an assassin may be far more than just a bad dream.
7 The Greatest Story Never Told
9/11/04
The Justice League is in an epic battle with Mordru in downtown Metropolis, but the real story is what happens to Booster Gold while he's supposed to be controlling the crowd.
8 The Return
9/18/04
Nearly two-dozen heroes join forces to prevent an all-powerful Android from reaching his goal, the recently reformed Lex Luthor.
9 Ultimatum
12/4/04
The Justice League meets "The Ultimen," a popular group of young heroes who are about to discover their own horrifying secret origins.
10 Dark Heart
12/11/04
When the entire League is helpless to stop an alien invasion, the world's only hope is the Atom, a microscopic superhero.
11 Wake the Dead
12/18/04
When Solomon Grundy rises from the grave, an old friend must come out of hiding and team up with the League once more.
12 The Once and Future Thing, Part One
1/22/05
Batman, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern chase a time-traveling villain to the past, where they team up with the greatest heroes of the Old West. (Part 1 of 2)
13 The Once and Future Thing, Part Two
1/29/05
The Justice League's adventures in time take them to Gotham City 40 years in the future where they join forces with that era's Batman and his super team: The Justice League Unlimited. (Part 2 of 2)
14 The Cat and the Canary
2/5/05
Black Canary convinces Green Arrow to help save her mentor, the Wildcat, from his involvement in an underground, superpowered fight club.
15 The Ties that Bind
2/12/05
The world's greatest escape artist needs help from the Flash in order to break a deadly enemy out of an inescapable prison on a harsh alien planet.
16 The Doomsday Sanction
2/19/05
While Superman battles Doomsday in the heart of a volcano, Batman discovers an elaborate conspiracy to destroy the Justice League.
17 Task Force X
5/21/05
Five incarcerated supervillains are offered suspended sentences if they can survive an impossible mission: steal a deadly weapon from the Justice League's satellite headquarters.
18 The Balance
5/28/05
Wonder Woman and Hawkgirl must put aside their feud and go to the depths of Tartarus when the evil sorcerer Felix Faust establishes dominion over Hades.
19 Double Date
6/4/05
Green Arrow and Black Canary race to stop The Question and Huntress from killing organized crime lord Tobias Whale.
20 Clash
6/11/05
Before Superman can even try to stop Lex Luthor's latest plot, he'll have to get past the world's mightiest mortal, Captain Marvel.
21 Mystery in Space
6/18/05
Responding to a deep space distress call, Shayera leads her reluctant teammates Vigalante and Vixen into a deadly trap. Episode also known as Hunter's Moon.
22 Question Authority
6/25/05
The Question discovers a secret that threatens to shake the very foundations of the Justice League.
23 Flashpoint
7/2/05
To avenge a fallen comrade, Superman declares war on Cadmus.
24 Panic in the Sky
7/9/05
With the founding members out of action, the remaining 50 heroes fight to survive Cadmus' ultimate attack on the Justice League.
25 Divided We Fall
7/16/05
With most of the Justice League incapacitated, who will be left to stand against the League's deadliest enemies?
26 Epilogue
7/23/05
Fifty years in the future, the history of the Justice League is the key to Batman's darkest secret . . . and his final destiny.

About this show

In the midst of chaos, the galaxy's most powerful superheroes unite to protect the universe. Together Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern, along with such renowned defenders as Hawkgirl, the Flash, Martian Manhunter and others, are the fearless fighters known as Justice League Unlimited.
4.7
515 reviews
Dragonball_Z137
January 21, 2021
There will likely never be a TV series like Justice League: Unlimited ever again. It is the culmination of over a decade of prior animated series, starting with Batman: the Animated Series, much like Avengers Endgame is to the MCU. It's also a great follow up to the first Justice League TV show. My favorite aspect of Justice League Unlimited is how deep it dives into DC lore, even reaching into some of the campy 50s/60s stuff without being ridiculous like Batman: the Brave and the Bold (that's still a great show too). If you're a DC comic book fan, then you'll absolutely love this.
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David Seals
January 11, 2016
Wish it would've lasted longer. So many characters, so many possibilities. I grew up with super friends, this is great. Don't understand why people think it's corny or not cool. Lots of lessons on morality and doing what's right even if it cost you a lot. These characters set biblical standards all of us should live by. The world would be better with big hearts rather than big ego's and mouth. The truth hurts, but I'm right!
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Brian Tran
April 19, 2015
Hawkgirl storyline is pretty amazing as I never heard of her, but now really like her as a superhero. The Cadmus project storyline that develops is so interesting that makes Young Justice make more sense. I heard that Oprah Winfrey is going to play Cadmus government lady. The last episode S2 E26: Epilogue, is mind blowing if you watched all of Batman Beyond. These series, you can't just watch one, when you watch all the stories piece together.
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