My 1st thought: It’s a modern Challenge of the SuperFriends (1978)! It even has the bubble type headquarters that rises from the bog.
The Legion of Doom!!!
Batman is a douche – he secretly devises ways to disable his teammates in case of a “problem”. And loses it to the hands of the baddies, who use it against the league.
Vandal Savage is the main villain, i’m not too familiar with his background… And WHAT THE FUCK. Cyborg??? really? i mean REALLY?
So the basic story goes around WHY Batman would do such a thing. It’s for you own safety fools! One thing i disliked was how they resolved the solar flare dilemma… c’mon, it follows the space dust – captain obvious would say?
Audiences are treated to some one-on-one action between the heroes and adversaries – i wasn’t familiar with some of them… maybe thats why i didn’t quite enjoy this. I felt left out.
Not the best, not the worse. The animation was typical (TV) and the story wasn’t compelling enough to grab hold of my full attention. Understandably straight to video. Another way-too-convenient ‘toon.
ThisWeek in Cause with Jim Keady of Educating For Justice On the second episode of This Week in Cause, hosts Jonathan Harris and Christina Gagnier kicked off with a discussion of the recent “Do Something Awards” and the winner, Jessica Posner. 23 year old Posner co-founded “Shining Hope for Communities,” an organization dedicated to combating gender inequity and poverty in the massive African slum of Kibera. Posner worked to establish the Kibera School for Girls, the first free school in Kibera, which has helped over 5700 residents find employment and education. The discussion then moved to the Social Innovation Fund, a government organization established under the Edward Kennedy Serve America Act, which recently awarded grants to a variety of organizations, including The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, which focuses on improving economically disadvantaged young people’s educational skills and workforce readiness. The hosts then looked at the trailer for the documentary film “Countdown to Zero,” which makes a passionate case for the total elimination of nuclear weapons worldwide. In the “Celebrities and Cause” segment of this show, the hosts looked at the work done by Sandra Bullock, which includes her donations to Haiti after that nation’s devastating earthquake and her efforts to publicize clean-up in the Gulf Coast following the BP oil spill. In the “Causewash” segment, the hosts discussed Nike’s “Reuse the Shoe” campaign, which claims to work towards recycling Nike …
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