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Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman lead a group of superheroes against their most infamous enemies.

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Green Arrow, who is determined to finally throw a successful holiday party for the Justice League, finds his plans thwarted when Plastic Man brings a tranquilized super villain to the gathering.
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Wonder Woman and Supergirl practice mid air combat over Themyscira stadium, and Supergirl loses the round but damages the statue of a horse; as they continue to train, Felix Faust emerges and takes over Supergirl's body to vanquish Wonder Woman.
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Under cover of night, Justice One streaks away from the Tower with Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn at the controls, but the Batwing interrupts their short lived victory.
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Mr. Freeze paralyzes Gotham City in ice and helps himself to a jewelry store's inventory; Batman catches him cold, but Mr. Freeze seems to be always two steps ahead of the hero.
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When Poison Ivy uses mind control spores on Batman in order to escape from lockup, it is up to Plastic Man to break the power of Ivy's spores to rescue Batman and recapture Poison Ivy.
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When Superman tries to take Metallo back to prison, the arch villain throws Superman into a Kryptonite spotlight; Firestorm tries to help, but keeps changing the harmful green Kryptonite into other colors instead of disabling the deadly element.
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Lois Lane believes that Clark Kent is Superman, so the Man of Steel enlists Plastic Man to put the doubt back by having him pose as Clark.
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The Joker and Batman duke it out on a Gotham City rooftop.
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Space Cabbie give a skittish Stargirl a driving lesson through an asteroid belt.
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Green Arrow's stakeout of The Penguin's lair has come up with zero; as if that wasn't bad enough, Plastic Man arrives, in the form of a flying whoopee cushion, to help.
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The Joker and Trickster kidnap Mark Hamill and plan to ransom him to the studios, but can the two villains stop arguing long enough to not get caught.
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Toyman has turned Cyborg's collectible action figure toys into weapons and a hysterical Cyborg needs to choose whether he's willing to destroy or damage his precious mint-condition collectibles, or be a victim of their destruction.
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Toyman has taken control of Cyborg and Plastic Man and it is up to Batman and all of his genius to save his friends.
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Under heavy ground fire, Batman, Wonder Woman, Plastic Man, and Cyborg search for the HIVE headquarters, who has cloaked its entire operation, from their aircraft.
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As Booster Gold and a purple alien bug in labor fight over who gets a cab, Granny Goodness and her minions from Apokolips attack, trying to get Booster Gold.
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When Space Cabbie stumbles into an isolated room inside Justice League headquarters, where Wonder Woman is battling a group of violent attackers, he has to decide between selfies of the fight, or helping an outnumbered super hero.
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Wonder Woman explains to members of the Justice League why bonding is important as they unite to do battle against Poison Ivy and her Ivy League.
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Deadshot 's attempt to assassinate Wonder Woman leads her into a blind alley, where they punch it out as she demands to know who hired him.
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Lex Luthor baits Superman into a remote hideout in search of a kidnapped woman.
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After taking Deadshot into custody, Superman offers to play bad cop during the interrogation, but is such a decent guy that Deadshot just laughs; Batman's attempt at playing good cop, though, seems to make a bad impression on the villain.
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HIVE has hit four major tech rooms, and Stargirl keeps an eye out to catch them in the act, with help from an annoying Firestorm.

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