Justice League S 2 E 21 And 22 Wild Cards / Recap - TV Tropes
Justice League "Wild Card" Talkback (Spoilers). Discussion . It was okay, wish we sure mure connection between the Beyond RG. I honestly. Justice League is an American animated television series which ran from to on A romantic relationship between Batman and Wonder Woman was also . episodes like A Better World, Hereafter, Wild Cards and Starcrossed. the film's plot was used for the non-DCAU film Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths. It's fitting that this week's episode of Justice League is “Wild Cards,” featuring The only real connection between Ace (Hynden Walch) and Starfire is the Green Lantern/Hawkgirl romance as it prepares for the season finale.
Superman was initially redesigned to have a bit of a squint to his eyes and slight wrinkles that was also meant to make him look older, in addition to having a noticeable shining streak to his hair; he was redesigned to appear larger in physical girth than in the previous series. Fans did not like the older appearance and in the second season the streak was toned down to the point of almost disappearing and the squint was removed, in essence reverting Superman to his earlier animated look.
Cover art for the comic Justice League Adventures 1 Art by Bruce Timm and Alex Ross.
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Most of the characters retained their general comic book origins and continuity, with Wonder Woman being the notable exception. In the Justice League series continuity, the premiere story arc "Secret Origins" revises the plot of Diana's competition against her fellow Amazons to be the ambassador of peace to man's world, and she is referred to as a "rookie" superhero during her first encounter with the League.JLU Batman: Ace's Death (Unrevised Version)
Subsequent episodes touched on her attempts to adjust to her new world. In an interview segment on the Season One DVD, Bruce Timm stated that he initially ran into some legal issues in using the Wonder Woman character, but was adamant that she be used in the series.
Additionally, the character of The Flash was portrayed as somewhat younger and significantly more brash than his comic book counterpart, taking on a number of personality traits of Plastic Manwho provides a similar comic relief function in the JLA comics.
Major changes were also made to the Hawkgirl character. The character of Hawkgirl became romantically involved with the John Stewart Green Lantern as the series progressed. Robin is not paired with Batman in this animated series like he was on Super Friends.
Although the series itself is animated in traditional 2-dimensional style, the opening credits are rendered in 3D with toon shading. The intro is a "stock" intro used throughout the series until Justice League Unlimited premieres.
Joker is driven insane r when Ace turns on him after discovering that he had the band the institution used to disable her, reducing him to a drooling vegetable after he had planned to do the same thing to millions of his viewers. The Joker's show is picked up by news broadcasters eager to cover the superpowered battle and possible destruction of the Vegas Strip.
This is all part of the plan to maximize the number of viewers exposed to Ace's power.
The episode opens with a shot of the Watchtower, and we hear this exchange between Green Lantern and Hawkgirl: I think I would know. Then we see they're really looking for financial records. The Joker announces that he has this in regards to Ace's powers. He's either lying or at least partially wrong.
Interrupted Declaration of Love: The Joker gets bored and cuts away just as Hawkgirl is about to confess something to Green Lantern. Clearly he doesn't think romance has the ratings appeal of violence.
Ace after the control band is switched off, to the Joker. As a prelude to deciding of her own accord to do to him what he was trying to force her to do to the people watching. Batman has to advise Flash how to defuse a bomb while in the midst of fighting Jack. Even you can't disarm one of my bombs in time. What kind of a retort is THAT? You're not even trying. Leaning on the Fourth Wall: Since the Joker is airing a television special, most of the time it looks like he's talking right to the audience, including an ever-present countdown timer in the bottom-left corner.
At the cliffhanger when Green Lantern is caught in an explosion, the on-screen timer reads 7: At the start of the second part, as Hawkgirl is trying to dig GL out, the timer has jumped back up to 7: The cameraman conspicuously scopes out Queen when she first appears. Joker turns on the charm to appease a jealous Harley and then backhands her for not realizing that Batman surely followed her.
Batman tricks Harley Quinn into leading him back to the Joker by implying the Joker is in a relationship with Ace, who is only an adolescent. One of the casinos is called the Amos Fortune, who was an old time-y Justice League villain and the leader of the original version of the Royal Flush Gang.
The Joker shows his contempt for Stupidman and Batguano.
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The Joker of course. Race Against the Clock: The Joker threatens to explode a bomb later revealed to be 25 bombs in 22 minutes, fifty-one seconds.
The minute that Superman points out that everyone will be killed should a bomb go off, King runs for it. First, the Joker points out that Hawkgirl and Lantern obviously have a thing for each other. Then he subverts it: Not on my show! The plan used broadcast time purchased under the alias "Gwynplaine Entertainment", named for the protagonist of The Man Who Laughs whose permanent rictus grin provided the visual inspiration for the Joker.