Written by: Paul Dini and Rich Fogel
Directed by: Shin-Ichi Tsuji
Originally Aired: May 15, 1999
DVD: Superman: TAS, Volume 3
Summary: After a trip to Metropolis, Supergirl returns home to find that Smallville’s come under the spell of a mysterious preacher with a dark secret.
Arc Notes: The Kents apparently know that Babs is Batgirl. Read more…
Story by Hilary J. Bader, Alan Burnett
Teleplay by Hilary J. Bader
Directed by James Tucker
Originally Aired: April 1, 2000. Indeed.
DVD: Batman Beyond, Volume 2
Summary: Desperate to make up his grades, Terry gets stuck babysitting a virtual egg baby for Family Studies class… which throws a wrench into the works on his night job.
Written by: John Semper Jr.
Teleplay by: Stan Berkowitz
Originally Aired: February 7, 2004
DVD: STATIC SHOCK IS NOT ON DVD.
Summary: Static must defend Dakota from the attacks of the rogue Green Lantern John Stewart, his personal hero. Read more…
Story by John Semper Jr. and Ernie Altbacker (part 1) Dwayne McDuffie (part 2)
Teleplay by Ernie Altbacker
Directed by… uncredited again. Huh.
Originally Aired: March 1st and 8th, 2003
DVD: Do you really still need me to tell you?
Summary: A cosmic anomaly causes the Justice League to call on Static’s help in recharging the Watchtower; however, when the league is called away, Static and Gear must deal with Brainiac, who shows his usual persistence.
Arc Notes: Static’s first encounter with John Stewart and the remaining Justice League members. Revelation that parts of Brainiac survived the explosion at the end of “Twilight.”
Written by Judith & Garfield Reeves-Stevens
Directed by Dick Sebast
Original Airdate: November 3, 1992
DVD: Batman, The Animated Series, Volume One
Summary: After inhaling a large dose of Scarecrow’s fear toxin, Batman begins suffering nightmarish visions and is committed to Arkham Asylum.
Written by Brynne Stephens
Directed by Kevin Altieri
Original Airdates: November 16 & 17, 1992
DVD: Batman, The Animated Series, Volume Two
Summary: A series of mysterious technology thefts is traced back to a technology company run by a recluse who has created a supercomputer that may be self-aware… and as anyone who has ever encountered a self-aware computer in a work of fiction can tell you, that isn’t good.
Written by Stan Berkowitz
Directed by Butch Lukic and Dan Riba
Original Airdate: November 9, 2002
DVD: Justice League, Season One
Summary: Returning from a mission, the League finds itself on a dramatically changed Earth, ruled by a tyrannical dictator named Vandal Savage. A chance encounter with an alternate Batman leads the League to go back in time to where things went wrong – World War II, where the Nazis, armed with frightening new technology, are in the process of changing history.
Arc Notes: Start of the Vandal Savage trilogy, some slight development of the Hawkgirl / GL relationship, first appearance of Blackhawk Island.