JLUCast returns with a special episode covering the DCAU crossovers on Static Shock! Young hero Static teams-up with Batman & Robin, Superman, Green Lantern, Batman Beyond, and the Justice League to take on the Joker, Harley & Ivy, Brainiac, Toyman, Kobra and Sinestro!
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Clips from Static Shock series. Music by Richard Wolf and Gousse. Theme by Lil’ Romeo and Master P. Justice League Unlimited theme by Michael McCusition
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9 responses to “JLUCast: Static Shock DCAU Crossovers”
some versions of BATMAN ARE not that careful about secret identites. There’s Never been a comic where Batman cares that freaking DEATHSTROKE KNOWS!
Ha, good point. If Len Wein hadn’t been editor of both Titans and the Batman books at the time, I bet the Bat-editor in charge would have splotzed over that wrinkle!
Trusting a teenager with a secret like that is generally a bad idea. Not to be ageist, but it’s a lot of stress on a not-yet-fully developed brain.
That said, I get it. Telling the whole League — even just the founders — seems like a lot. But one person you’ve really hit it off with and believe you can trust — one whose friends won’t be angry with you if they find out he knew and they didn’t — that’s a potential confidant. It feels good to let out the truth, just a little. And by bestowing this honor on him and making him a co-conspirator, you gain a lot of loyalty for a long time — maybe even ’til you’re old and grey.
That’s a good point. I mean, Bruce has a history with taking in young charges and letting them in the secret pretty early. Once they’re in…they’re IN. For life.
So Brainiac took over Richie’s body and kept him from bathing… I suppose Brainiac was being very literal when he promised to “be back and lay the funk down”…
My dad interviewed Corey Burton about his involvement in the Static-Justice League episode, which was published on CBR here:
^Ha! Yes, indeed he did lay that funk down. Play That Funky Music, Teal Boy…
Thanks for the link! Nice to hear we weren’t the only ones not happy with Braniac’s presentation on Static Shock. Kind of surprised he was so…vocal about it though.
Ba-DUM! TShhh…Give him a big hand, folks! Remember, he’s here all week! And don’t forget to tip your servers!
maybe on topic maybe not im really glad the 90s animated series revamped brainic could not stand his mid 80s look “ooh lookit me i dont have skin pretty scary huh?
I guess I was just the right age, because I REALLY dug the 80s robotic Brainy revamp. Particularlyl the Super Powers figure. But dropping the Silver Age shorts works too. The animated design is a great redo of the classic look.