The newly-escaped Lex Luthor is given a membership test for Gorilla Grodd's Legion of Doom.

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Superman / Clark Kent (voice)
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Shayera Hol / Fire / Beatriz da Costa / Blackhawk Computer (voice) (as Maria Canals)
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Lex Luthor (voice)
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Gorilla Grodd (voice)
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Brainiac / The Key / Uno / Aztek (voice)
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Agent King Faraday (voice)
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Chuck Sirianni (voice)
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Mairzey (voice)
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The newly-escaped Lex Luthor is given a membership test for Gorilla Grodd's Legion of Doom.

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17 September 2005 (USA)  »

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Trivia

In addition to referring to Mark 5:9 in The Bible ("And he asked him, What is thy name? And he answered, saying, I am Legion: for we are many"), the title also references the fact that the majority of the Legion of Doom appears in the antagonist group here. They are never actually referred to this in the show; allegedly DC comics instructed the writers not to use the name. The working title was "We Are Legion". See more »

Goofs

The Society's shadows viewed in the light Luthor activates include those of a support pillar and crates they are to the left of, but when the group is seen from behind there is only an empty part of the room leading to a door. See more »

Quotes

[regarding Flash's crush on Fire]
Hawkgirl: Why don't you just go talk to her?
The Flash: Who, me? Talk to her? Heh, no way...
Hawkgirl: Yeah, you'd probably be wasting your time. I hear she's, you know...
[Flash looks over at Fire, who is talking with Ice, another super-heroine. His eyes widen, guessing what Hawkgirl's about to say]
Hawkgirl: ...Brazilian.
The Flash: [unamused] Ha, ha.
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References Challenge of the Superfriends (1978) See more »

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