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Smallville: The El Crisis

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This series following directly after the Kinder Justice series. Conner has become the head of the Young Titans, taking the position of what Aqualad one had, and learns how difficult it can be to be a leader, as it is more than what he expected. A lot of Metropolis' villains are locked-up, but another, one of the Lex's Superman-Clones, called Superboy-Prime, is still at large.


Related series

Characters

The Justice League:

  • Clark Kent/Superman/Kal-El
  • Bruce Wayne/Batman
  • John Smith/Red Tornado
  • Oliver Queen/Green Arrow
  • John Jones/Martian Manhunter
  • Arthur Curry/Aquaman
  • Bart Allen/The Flash
  • Victor Stone/Cyborg
  • Dinah Lance/Black Canary
  • Zatanna Zatara

The Legion:

  • Kara Kent/Supergirl
  • Rokk Krinn
  • Garth Ranzz/Lightning Lad
  • Imra Ardeen
  • Brainiac 5

The Young Titans:

  • Conner Kent/Superboy
  • Aqualad
  • Miss Martian
  • Robin
  • Speedy
  • Kid Flash

Other:

  • Jor-El
  • Streak
  • Young Terry McGinnis

Villains:

  • Superboy-Prime
  • FireFly
  • Bizarro (of Earth-2)
  • The Scarecrow
  • General Zod
  • Psimon
  • Starro
  • The Preserver
  • Killer Croc
  • King Cobra
  • Zander

The Brotherhood:

  • Cinderblock
  • Mammoth
  • Clayface
  • Bane
  • Lock-Up

The Legion of Doom:

  • Lex Luthor/Brainiac (of Earth-2) infusion
  • Toyman
  • The Joker
  • Dark Archer
  • Grundy
  • Captain Cold
  • Metallo


Episodes

Part 1

Episode 1 "Leader": Conner has become the Young Titan's new leader, taking the position Aqualad once had, but finds out the position isn't as easy as he had anticipated. Cautious for the League, Superman starts to disagree with Batman's almost crude tactics. With Toyman incarcerated, his Legion of Doom team stays hidden, till they can find a
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Superboy and Robin, on a mission...

suitable leader. All the while, Lex tries to assassinate the President. General Zod finds his way back to Earth...

Episode 2 "Gemini": A Superman-Clone survived the explosion, while the others were destroyed. Lex/Brainiac manipulates Psimon into taking over Conner's mind, he does so, and things go bad. Unfortunately, remnants of Starro are found, and the Preserver returns.

Episode 3 "Fugitive": Conner still under the Star's control. A lot of the recently-captured villains escape. Robin gets captured by an expert marksman, a guy who is way out of his league.

Episode 4 "Crest": Conner is free of Starro's control. Finally learning what it really means to bear the "\S/" shield, Conner is sent on a mission by Jor-El. Metallo is back and so is the...rest of the Legion of Doom. If things aren't already bad enough, Superman's opposite, Bizarro of Earth-2, returns. The Batman's son, Terry, takes up a mantle.

Episode 5 "Monstrosity": The Superman-Clone made by Lex is maturing, and is adapting to his powers rapidly. The Brotherhood returns. Conner come face-to-face with the Clone, and learns something important.

Episode 6 "Advantage": Things aren't looking good for Gotham. Meanwhile, Bruce is working on a new suit design, one more proficient than his first. A new techy-sovie named Firefly, appears and knows the weaknesses of all the heroes. Right now, the Brotherhood have the upperhand. Some dude dressed in a viper costume comes around the bend, looking for the Bat.

Episode 7 "Safari": A man named Waylon Jones is a reptilian-like beast, and steals a Zoo's reptiles and releases them back into the wild. A Splicer named King Cobra, goes to Arkham Asylum and releases its two most dangerous inmates, the Scarecrow and the Joker. A villain wanna-be Zander, appears.

Episode 8 "Rift": The Superman-Clone now holds the Mirror Box. He uses it and sends the Justice League and Young Titans to another universe, the Marvel world. There appears to be no way back... Dr. Emil Hamilton meets Artificial Entity Jor-El for the very first time. The Superman-Clones allies himself with Earth-2's Bizarro.

Episode 9 "Anchor": (SPOILER: Aquaman, Aqualad and the Black Manta will appear.)

Episode 10 "Pinnacle": Superboy goes through vigorous training under Jor-El. Meanwhile, the Superman-Clone dons a suit and tries to establish himself as "Superboy-Prime". Fully Kryptonian and free from Project Gemini, Prime seeks the team of Young Titans. Just from being in Marvel world for a day, the Young Titans have learned a lot from the Avengers, about responsibility and code-of-conduct. The Lex/Brainiac infusion is beginning to increase in power exponentially.

Episode 11 "Intercepted":


Part 2

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