The Justice League is made up of the best superheroes on Earth and their job is to protect all humans. Batman (voiced by Kevin Conroy), Superman (voiced by Tim Daly), The Flash (voiced by Michael Rosenbaum), The Green Lantern (voiced by Nathan Fillion), Ma’alefa’ak (voiced by Carl Lumbly), and Wonder Woman (voiced by Susan Eisenberg) all work together making a strong force for good.

Though things have been going smoothly so far Batman has made a contingency plan in case one of the superheroes goes rogue or turns to the dark side. The plan gets into the wrong hands when the files are stolen by a group of dangerous super villains comprised of Cheetah (voiced by Claudia Black), Bane (voiced by Carlos Alazraqui), Cyborg (voiced by Bumper Robinson), Star Sapphire (voiced by Olivia d’Abo), and Metallo (voiced by Paul Blackthorne). The super villains are led by Vandal Savage (voiced by Phil Morris).

Batman’s contingency plan has all the other members of the Justice League doubting him and the validity of the group. Their alliance is the weakest it has ever been and this is the worst time for it as the two groups are headed for a knock down drag out clash and the fate of the Earth and all humans hang in the balance.

Despite the fact that it misses the mark in some respects, overall this is an entertaining film. The art and animation of the film is great with your eyes being dazzled continuously. The story is simple and yet holds your attention. Plenty of continuous action happens. A little deeper than your average animated superhero flick there are some interesting ethical dilemmas are involved. The voice acting elevates the material.

Special Features: Digital Copy, A League of One: The Dwayne McDuffie Story, Guarding the Balance: Batman and the JLA, A Sneak Peek at Superman vs. The Elite, Cyborg: His Time Has Come, Bruce Timm’s Top Picks, DC Digital Comic Book – Justice League of America: Tower of Babel, Trailers for DCU Application, Thundercats, Young Justice, Mad