Story by John Semper Jr., Ernie Altbacker
Teleplay by John Ridley
Directed by: Another weird uncredited director
Originally Aired: May 3rd, 2003
Summary: Toyman arrives in Dakota on the trail of an old friend, but it turns out that they’re conspiring to threaten Static’s girlfriend.
Arc Notes: Static’s first meeting with Superman. Some loose ends are tied up from Toyman’s second S:TAS appearance, “Obsession.” Read more…
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: Paul Dini
Directed by: No credit listed for this one, oddly.
Originally Aired January 25, 2003
DVD: Haven’t you gotten the hint yet?
Summary: Static pursues a wayward classmate to Gotham City after he finds out she’s been duped into believing a company can cure her of Bang Baby Syndrome. When it turns out the company is a front for Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy, Batman shows up to help.
Arc Notes: Static’s presumed first visit to Gotham, where he later re-locates. Static and Batman learn each other’s secret identities. Read more…
Written by Len Uhley
Directed by Dave Chlystek
Originally Aired: January 26, 2002
DVD: Again, go complain to WB.
Summary: Feeling the heat from Batman, Joker bolts for a city with a burgeoning population of super-powered potential-henchmen: Dakota. Static’s on the case, but when the Dynamic Duo show up, the new hero has to prove himself.
Arc Notes: First meeting of Static and Batman. Read more…
Supervising Producer Alan Burnett
Written by Christopher Simmons
Directed by James Tucker
Original Airdate: September 23, 2000
DVD: Nonexistent. Go yell at WB.
Summary: Teenager Virgil Hawkins, an unwitting recruit of a local gang, is trapped in a mysterious explosion and finds himself wielding electricity-based powers.
Arc Notes: Static would be fully integrated into Justice League later in that series.