Justice League Unlimited

Justice League Unlimited

  • TV-PG
  • 2004
  • 2 Seasons
  • 8.5  (41,370)

This series follows the original series of Justice League. In this series, the Justice League has been increased immensely adding hundreds (if not thousands) of new superheroes to the group. The original seven member are still around but act more as overseers and generals than foot soldiers. The episodes themselves usually revolve around a similar theme. Within, these stories all of the heroes might and powers are put to use in order to stop a villain or rescue a fellow member of the team. Unlike most of the earlier episodes that revolve around the seven main Justice League members, these episodes showcase new member powers such as: The Question, Green Archer and Big Sir Most of the episodes involve some fight scenes that allow the superhero to use his/her powers to overcome their enemies. Some notable villains such as: Lex Luthor, Grundy and Red Robin make returns in this series. Most of the villains shown also have superpowers that make the heroes jobs that much more challenging. With the new episodes many new questions are raised as to the relationship between the Justice League and the citizens of earth. Some of the earthlings believe that the government should protect them against the super powered vigilantes for fear of being enslaved by them. Other see the Justice League as a beneficial and necessary part of life. These two different beliefs lead to many confrontations between the government and the Justice League. Cadmus is the government's (insurance) against any possible attack by the Justice league. Unlike, the first series this one has a more political and serious undertone.Cadmus has been creating anti-superhero technology that could stop even the likes of Superman if the need should ever arise. With these new weapons the Justice League begins feeling, feelings of worry about their relationship with the public. As, the series progress different member of the league drop out because of their beliefs and the League is in a constant state of disarray.

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Starcrossed: Part 3
26. Starcrossed: Part 3
January 1, 2002
At the bat cave, the League defeats the squad of hawkmen sent to kill them, but the League must now figure out how to stop the activation of the hypergate before it destroys Earth. Part 3 of 3
Starcrossed: Part 2
25. Starcrossed: Part 2
January 1, 2002
The League members escape and take refuge at Wayne Manor while the Thanagarians scout the planet for them ... and realize their master plan for Earth. Part 2 of 3
Starcrossed: Part 1
24. Starcrossed: Part 1
January 1, 2002
Hawkgirl's people, the Thangarians, come to Earth to aid in the fight against the threat of the Grodanians ... but all is not what it seems. Part 1 of 3
Comfort and Joy
23. Comfort and Joy
January 1, 2002
After saving a distant planet, the Justice League returns to Earth just in time for Christmas Eve. While Flash plays Santa for some orphans, Superman invites J'onn home to celebrate the holidays in Smallville.
Wild Card: Part 2
22. Wild Card: Part 2
January 1, 2002
In the ultimate reality show, the Joker pits the Justice League against the clock and against the Royal Flush Gang as the heroes race to find and disarm all the bombs the Joker's planted in Las Vegas. Part 2 of 2
Wild Card: Part 1
21. Wild Card: Part 1
January 1, 2002
In the ultimate reality show, the Joker pits the Justice League against the clock and against the Royal Flush Gang as the heroes race to find and disarm all the bombs the Joker's planted in Las Vegas. Part 1 of 2
Hereafter: Part 2
20. Hereafter: Part 2
January 1, 2002
After Superman makes the ultimate sacrifice to save his fellow heroes, the Justice League and rest of the grieving planet must learn to live in a world without Superman. Part 2 of 2
Hereafter: Part 1
19. Hereafter: Part 1
January 1, 2002
After Superman makes the ultimate sacrifice to save his fellow heroes, the Justice League and rest of the grieving planet must learn to live in a world without Superman. Part 1 of 2
The Secret Society: Part 2
18. The Secret Society: Part 2
January 1, 2002
While the strain of working so closely together begins to tear apart the Justice League, Gorilla Grodd returns and forms a tightly knit group of villains--a Secret Society whose only goal is the destruction of the League. Part 2 of 2
The Secret Society: Part 1
17. The Secret Society: Part 1
January 1, 2002
While the strain of working so closely together begins to tear apart the Justice League, Gorilla Grodd returns and forms a tightly knit group of villains--a Secret Society whose only goal is the destruction of the League. Part 1 of 2
The Terror Beyond: Part 2
16. The Terror Beyond: Part 2
January 1, 2002
With the initial ritual destroyed, the League, Fate, and Grundy must travel into the dimension of the Old Ones while Aquaman fights the invaders in the Earth realm. Part 2 of 2
The Terror Beyond: Part 1
15. The Terror Beyond: Part 1
January 1, 2002
After Aquaman frees Solomon Grundy, Hawkgirl and the Justice League are convinced that the Lord of Atlantis has gone rogue. But when the trail leads them to the mysterious Dr. Fate, they discover there is more to this strange partnership than meets the eye. Part 1 of 2
Eclipsed: Part 2
14. Eclipsed: Part 2
January 1, 2002
When peacekeeping soldiers in the Middle East unearth an ancient hidden temple, they unwittingly release a vengeful spirit that possesses one of them. This spirit's only goal is the total destruction of mankind, and even the Justice League is powerless to resist it. Part 2 of 2
Destroyer
13. Destroyer
May 13, 2006
In a devastating battle on Earth and in space, the power behind the villains is revealed, leading to the most unexpected team-up in Justice League history. (Part 2 of 2)
Alive
12. Alive
May 6, 2006
In a devastating battle on Earth and in space, the power behind the villains is revealed, leading to the most unexpected team-up in Justice League history. (Part 1 of 2)
Ancient History
11. Ancient History
April 29, 2006
The Shadow Thief returns and so does Hawkman as more mysteries from Shadow of the Hawk are explored.
Far From Home
10. Far From Home
April 15, 2006
Supergirl, Green Lantern and Green Arrow travel into the future where they meet the Legion of Super Heroes and their enemies The Fatal Five.
Grudge Match
9. Grudge Match
March 11, 2006
Roulette starts Metabrawl again, this time with an all-female fight card made up of Justice Leaguers.
The Great Brain Robbery
8. The Great Brain Robbery
March 4, 2006
A mystical accident leads to Lex Luthor and the Flash's minds being swapped.
Patriot Act
7. Patriot Act
February 25, 2006
When an out-of-control super soldier threatens Metropolis, Green Arrow leads seven nonpowered Justice Leaguers, including Crimson Avenger and Shining Knight, in a battle they can't hope to win.
Dead Reckoning
6. Dead Reckoning
February 18, 2006
The ghost of a circus performer convinces Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman to help him retrieve the stolen souls of a mystic order of monks.
Flash and Substance
5. Flash and Substance
February 11, 2006
Batman and Orion see a different side of the Flash when a rogue's gallery of villains attacks the museum that is opening in the Flash's honor.
To Another Shore
4. To Another Shore
September 24, 2005
Wonder Woman stumbles onto a plot to steal the powers hidden inside the 3,000-year-old, frozen remains of the legendary hero Viking Prince.
Chaos at the Earth's Core
3. Chaos at the Earth's Core
September 24, 2005
Supergirl, Stargirl and Green Lantern go to Skartaris, the fantastic, hidden world at the Earth's core, to help free it from the rule of a brutal dictator.
Shadow of the Hawk
2. Shadow of the Hawk
September 17, 2005
Batman is suspicious of Shayera's new boyfriend, a mysterious archeologist with sinister ties to her Thanagarian past.
I Am Legion
1. I Am Legion
September 17, 2005
Lex Luthor escapes from a maximum security prison, only to be invited to join Grodd's unstoppable Legion of Doom.
Description

This series follows the original series of Justice League. In this series, the Justice League has been increased immensely adding hundreds (if not thousands) of new superheroes to the group. The original seven member are still around but act more as overseers and generals than foot soldiers. The episodes themselves usually revolve around a similar theme. Within, these stories all of the heroes might and powers are put to use in order to stop a villain or rescue a fellow member of the team. Unlike most of the earlier episodes that revolve around the seven main Justice League members, these episodes showcase new member powers such as: The Question, Green Archer and Big Sir

Most of the episodes involve some fight scenes that allow the superhero to use his/her powers to overcome their enemies. Some notable villains such as: Lex Luthor, Grundy and Red Robin make returns in this series. Most of the villains shown also have superpowers that make the heroes jobs that much more challenging. With the new episodes many new questions are raised as to the relationship between the Justice League and the citizens of earth. Some of the earthlings believe that the government should protect them against the super powered vigilantes for fear of being enslaved by them. Other see the Justice League as a beneficial and necessary part of life. These two different beliefs lead to many confrontations between the government and the Justice League.

Cadmus is the government's (insurance) against any possible attack by the Justice league. Unlike, the first series this one has a more political and serious undertone.Cadmus has been creating anti-superhero technology that could stop even the likes of Superman if the need should ever arise. With these new weapons the Justice League begins feeling, feelings of worry about their relationship with the public. As, the series progress different member of the league drop out because of their beliefs and the League is in a constant state of disarray.Justice League Unlimited is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (52 episodes). The series first aired on July 31, 2004.

Where to Watch Justice League Unlimited

Justice League Unlimited is available for streaming on the Cartoon Network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Justice League Unlimited on demand at HBO Max, Amazon, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    July 31, 2004
  • IMDB Rating
    8.5  (41,370)