Robin is sent to work with the Teen Titans after his volatile behavior botches up a Justice League mission. The Titans must then step up to face Trigon after he possesses the League and threatens to conquer the world.
Beings with supernatural powers join together to fight against supernatural villains. This team of supernatural beings include John Constantine, Zatanna and Jason Blood also known as the demon Etrigan.
Led by Starfire, the Teen Titans - Beast Boy, Raven, Blue Beetle, Robin and the just-returned Nightwing - have built a cohesive team in their never-ending battle against evil but their ... See full summary »
Jake T. Austin,
Batman discovers a mysterious teen-aged girl with super-human powers and a connection to Superman. When the girl comes to the attention of Darkseid, the evil overlord of Apokolips, events take a decidedly dangerous turn.
In an alternate universe, very different versions of DC's Trinity (Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman), who operate outside of the law, are framed for murders of prominent scientist and the government decides to take them out.
Michael C. Hall,
In the aftermath of Justice League: War, the world is at peace or so it seems. When Atlantis attacks the Metropolis for the death of their king. But the Queen has different plans and requires the Justice League to find her lost son. But while they search for him, Atlantian troops; led by Ocean Master, continue their assault. Who will win?
Occasionally exciting and genuinely tense, it falls short in its third act and has some other strange issues.
Essentially acting as an origin story for 'Aquaman', 'Justice League: Throne Of Atlantis (2015)' has some exciting and genuinely tense set-pieces which weave together a political-intrigue plot with a more conventional 'superhero' story. It usually balances its 'beat 'em up's with its character development pretty nicely and it even manages to throw a few emotionally affecting surprises in the mix for good measure. When all is said and done, though, it ultimately falls back on a more traditional third act that feels ever-so-slightly third-rate, even if it is well animated and entertaining to a decent extent. The flick also has a number of strange issues, such as the occasional blatantly unnecessary line of blatant exposition and some supporting voice-work that isn't really up to par. In the end, it's an entertaining animation that includes some well-realised, if slightly generic, interpretations of its characters but falls short in a few key areas. 6/10
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