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  • I enjoyed the special dynamic between the big three in this episode

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      The episode “For The Man Who Has Everything” was an entertaining and thought provoking epsiode in the first season of Justice League Unlimited. This episode features the “big three,” being Batman, Wonder Woman and Superman. These three heroes are the core of the Justice League, and the show displays the

      special bond they have by showing Batman and Wonder Woman bringing birthday presents to Superman in his Fortress of Solitude. No other Justice League members make appearances in this episode.

      The heroes face a very powerful villian whose identity I will not reveal in this review. I will just say he is powerful enough to handle both Superman and Wonder Woman, which certainly puts him an an elite class.

      Using a somewhat cliche plot device, this episode shows alternate versions of Superman’s life, as well as Batman’s. Superman’s story is given enough time to gain some weight, whereas Batman’s is rather bland ...


      • Justice League Unlimited Season One:  For The Man Who Has Everything
      and not given enough time to develop.

      The episode does realistically show that Batman has great limitations, putting him in a position of almost a cheerleader who can do very little to directly affect the outcome, although he certainly gives it his best effort, especially when dealing with a foe who could

      snap him like a twig.

      I enjoyed the special dynamic between the “big three” in this episode. The episode was heavy on action and really let Wonder Woman and Superman cut loose. I give this episode an 8 out of 10. It would have been higher if not for the cliched plant plot device.




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Jessica Zarrillo says :

re : I enjoyed the special dynamic between the big three in this episode
Justice League Unlimited is one of the highest quality cartoons ever made, in my opinion, and this episode ("For the Man Who Has Everything") is one of my favorites Interactions between Clark, Bruce, and Diana are some of my favorite because they’re all supposed to be very close friends after years of working together. Their dynamic is great to watch

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