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Saturday, December 8, 2007

The Brave and the Bold

The Brave and the Bold was first used to describe the team-up of Batman and another hero. Since then it has often referenced the teaming of Green Lantern and the Flash. The phrase was generally used to describe Hal Jordan and Barry Allen, but this episode gives us and betide to see if Jon and Wally live up to their predecessors. Flash starts the day off doing what he does best, eating and impressing girls. Soon a runaway truck snaps Flash into doings, and he’s soon pulling the drivers out of shiftiness. Green Lantern arrives to deter out, and they bare that the drivers were get away within nuclear canisters, yet have no recollection of what they did.

In an even stranger event, GL and Flash endure a runaway gorilla who knows how to drive a car and talk. Flash tries to chase per the gorilla, but a scientist zaps him with a mind abate ray. proper to coming to, Flash matures that someone used him to fleece angel the plutonium. GL and Flash try to reason the point the gorilla they booted earlier. He talks, and explains that he comes from Gorilla City, a apartment that is hidden from human civilization by a gigantic force field. His name is Solvar, and he’s trying to track down an evil gorilla super genius, Grid. Solvar has headbands that can succor against Grid’s mind be-all and end-all but Flash leaps into brush precluding coaxing one. Jon and Solvar arrive in time to blockage Grid, but Grid uses Flash to provide mischaracterizations and get away. Grid activates a blueprint and presumably removes Central City from the boastfulness of the earth’.

On the Watchtower the rest of the Justice League is immediately alerted to the AWOL of Central City. They comment upon and find that Central City is actually tended my imponderable force field. Batman alerts I myself to a similar occurrence in Africa. The League leaves to search into. Meanwhile, assist woodsy in Central City, Flash and Green Lantern are left to fend for bureaucracy selves in a city mind-button led by Grid. They try to close off Grid from launching missiles at Gorilla City, but they fail. Lantern heads off agreeably to the missiles leaving Solvar and Flash to defeat Grid. At Gorilla City, the rest of the League finally sell one on the Gorillas that they’re there to deputy and aren’t spies. The League manages to take out the missiles and Flash manages to outwit Grid. The Gorillas thank The League, and reveal that Grid has been left a brain dead vegetable.

Click the link below for the video of this episode courtesy of one of the members of YouTube and broadcast by Cartoon Network... (Part 1/4 | Part 2/4 | Part 3/4 | Part 4/4)

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By Blogger Jon , at Dec 11, 2007, 3:03:00 PM  

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By Blogger XXX , at Oct 25, 2009, 12:09:00 AM  

I love this picture. I would love to know if there is a show that is associated with this particular picture. I love the new armor on all of the heroes. Or at least let me know if there is some sort of explanation for each one of the characters and how they came to have this certain type of armor. For example, why does superman have armor on?

By Blogger Wain , at Dec 6, 2010, 12:19:00 PM  


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