Souls of the Guardians by Karndragon reviews Takes place after the events in the Soul Society with Lelouch and his group ending up being sucked in but circumstances leads them to places they did not expect and they continue on they now confront and take on their enemies while settling things from their pasts continuing their paths as Shinigami. Sequel to Lelouch of the Shinigami Path. Lelouch of the Shinigami Path by Karndragon reviews Lelouch is killed by the Black Knights after being revealed and mysteriously ends up in the Soul Society where he becomes and rises up as a Shinigami of the Gotei
Reply This show always brings a lot of memories. Not only have I seen this show numerous times, but it is easily my favorite American show of all time and top 5 overall. It is the perfect adaption of a superhero team and I doubt we will ever see another such title top this one.
Justice League ran for a very long time and got to fit in dozens of excellent episodes. They hold up well and you will be hard pressed to find a bad episode here. Even the worst episodes are still fairly good when placed in another title. Let us get started because this is an incredibly long review.
Maybe it should be called a look back to be more accurate? The show is divided into two parts. There is Justice League and then there is Unlimited. I count them as the same show but you could make the case for it being two separate titles.
Part 1 is a lot more episodic, but each adventure was double length which made it easy to tell just about any story. Both had very different styles and worked well in their own way. The show started off with ambitious three part event which showed how the league formed to fend off an alien invasion.
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The first aliens still manage to escape, but only because Superman was being telepathically attacked at the time. What starts off as a Batman and Superman story quickly transforms into a Justice League adventure. You could feel the tension and the danger from the alien invasion and the animation holds up extremely well.
I dare say that it is the best looking episode in the series, particularly the first part of the 3 part adventure, but naturally there is a lot of competition there. You may see me nominating a few other episodes for that honor in this review.
After the explosive alien invasion story set the stage, the League got to fight many foes as a team. One solid episode was when the Manhunters arrived to arrest Green Lantern. I like this two part episode because of the great action scenes and story, but part 1 stands out particularly for the opening scene.
The Watchtower is able to detect the arrival of these drones so the League quickly heads in to intercept them. Hawkgirl, Martian Manhunter, and Flash put up a decent fight and get some hits in, but they are clearly outmatched.
That is when Superman comes in, for one of the most satisfying moments in the series. This episode may have less importance in the grand scheme of things than other episodes, but it is still a personal favorite moment of mine.
He is taking all 3 of the Manhunters down and calmly walks through one of their large energy blasts. The other members were getting their second wind as well.
The music selection was also really good for this moment. The only weak part of the episode is Green Lantern taking his judgment so passively.
I understand that he was feeling guilty, but he definitely should have looked into the situation more. Especially considering that you cannot atone for your mistakes if you are dead.
Another all star episode, and one of the greatest episodes in any show period, is the Amazo saga. Amazo is a being who can copy powers and abilities. They can be physical equipment, mystical abilities, or even biological ones.
The only downside is that he gets the weaknesses as well but since most of the heroes have no weaknesses, it is definitely a worthy cost for such power. This is one of the rare episodes where you get to see the entire cast fight at once and Amazo makes for a very good villain.
Superman provides us with the highlight moment once again as he actually appears to have the upper hand during hos fight with Amazo even though the latter should technically be more powerful at the moment.
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