|Carl Lumbly||J'Onn J'Onzz, Martian Manhunter|
|Victor Rivers||Hro Talak|
|Efrem Zimbalist||Alfred the Butler|
|Michael Rosenbaum||The Flash/Deadshot|
|Source:||Warner Home Video|
Closed Caption; Both full-screen and widescreen versions; Deleted scenes; Trailers; Featurettes: "Hawkman: From Comics to Cartoon" and "Tour of the Watchtower"; Justice League Watchtower charcter bios; Subtitles: English, Français, & Español
It sure was a tug-of-war for Hawkgirl to betray her adopted family to her people, which would doom the entire planet Earth just so the Thanagarians could destroy another race. I have two questions. Who started the war between Thanagar and those reptilian aliens and why didn't the League try to contact them? You know, 'the enemy of my enemy is my aly'? But the other question is, why didn't the league get in touch with Aquaman? If earth was going to be destroyed the king of Atlantis should've shown his discontent. I guess the makers of Starcrossed thought they didn't have room for him in the movie. But, come on, Earth is over 75% water. The League could've hidden with Aquaman. I mean, can the Thanagarians swim? ;-) ;-)
This is possibly the best animated movie ever! I love the Justice League Unlimited which kind of picks up where Starcrossed left off, without something special. If you want to know what the special thing the League lost, watch the movie.
I have seen all of the Justice League episodes. This one is by far the best one! All the characters stepped up to the plate as far as heroics were concerned. The storyline was great as well as the music. If you like Justice League cartoons, this episode will not disappoint. Highly recommend it to anyone who likes their cartoons with serious action!