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Lego DC Comics: Batman Be-Leaguered

USA 2014
produced by
Jason Cosler (executive), Keith Malone (executive), Sam Register (executive), Jill Wilfert (executive), Brandon Vietti (supervising) for Warner Brothers
directed by Rick Morales
starring the voices of Troy Baker, Dee Bradley Baker, John DiMaggio, Grey Griffin, Tom Kenny, Nolan North, Khary Payton, Paul Reubens, Kevin Michael Richardson, James Arnold Taylor
screenplay by James Krieg, based on characters created by Bob Kane, Bill Finger, William Moulton Marston, Paul Norris, George Pérez, Marv Wolfman, Joe Shuster, Jerry Siegel for DC Comics, music by Tim Kelly

TV show, animation
Batman, Lego, Lego Batman, Lego DC Comics, Justice League, Superman, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, Flash, Joker, Man-Bat, Lex Luthor, Penguin, Bat-Mite

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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While Batman's (voiced by Troy Baker) is in the middle of warding off his arch enemies trying to steal a priceless gem, he receives a visit from Superman (Nolan North), who tries to persuade him to join the newly formed Justice League. Batman declines, and then Superman disappears into thin air. To find out where Superman has disappeared to, Batman visits the other Justice League members, Aquaman (Dee Bradley Baker), Wonder Woman (Grey Griffin), Cyborg (Khary Payton) and the Flash (James Arnold Taylor), each presently busy stopping some major crime committed by their respective arch enemies, and they also disappear before his very eyes, as do landmarks of their respective towns. Eventually, Batman manages to track this all back to his own biggest fan, Bat-Mite (Paul Reubens), an all-powerful magic being who adores Batman so much that he time and again provides him with bigger-than-life "adventures", just to see him in action. And thus, he has captured all the other superheroes, put them into a cage which he threatens to crush with a overly complicated contraption built from all the landmarks shouldn't Batman save them. But Batman decides the best thing to do is - nothing ...


Now this synopsis might sound like a throwback to 1950s style superhero comics when they were still aimed firmly at kids, but actually this 25 minute short is quite a bit better than its story might suggest - mainly because it doesn't take itself seriously at all. In fact, everything here borders on self-parody, not to such an extreme as the later Lego Batman Movie, but certainly pointing that way. And the comedy is mostly kept topical, too. Now I won't say this is great in the traditional sense of the word, as fun as it is, it lacks any real highlights, but comicbook fans with a sense of humour are bound to find this rather entertaining.


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