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When the League is helpless to stop a self-replicating nanotech entity, their only hope is to call upon the world's smallest super hero, The Atom, to destroy the entity and set things right, before the Earth is destroyed.

Episode Info


Episode number: 3x10
Production Number: 362
Airdate: Saturday December 11th, 2004

Director: Dan Riba
Writer: Warren Ellis


Guest Stars
John C. McGinleyJohn C. McGinley
voiced Ray Palmer / The Atom
Recurring
J.K. SimmonsJ.K. Simmons
voiced General Eiling
Recurring
Michael BeachMichael Beach
voiced Commander
Recurring
Catherine CavadiniCatherine Cavadini
voiced Katie
Recurring
Main Cast
Kevin ConroyKevin Conroy
voiced Batman / Bruce Wayne
George NewbernGeorge Newbern
voiced Superman / Clark Kent/Kal-El
Susan EisenbergSusan Eisenberg
voiced Wonder Woman / Diana
Carl LumblyCarl Lumbly
voiced Martian Manhunter / J'onn J'onzz

Recap

Two mountain climbers are scaling a plateau. The boyfriend Billy gets over the top first. The woman slips and manages to pull herself up without help. When she pulls herself over the top she finds an alien structure atop the plateau. Spider-like mechanical creatures advance on her.....

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Episode Quotes
Wonder Woman: Batman, what was that?
Batman: Thermionic gas. Cools to within a few degrees of absolute zero.
Wonder Woman: Why would you have something like that on board?
Batman: I needed to freeze the Gotham River once. Long story.

The Atom: He's bigger then my car now, Katie. Personally I blame you.
Katie: How can it possibly be my fault?
The Atom: Because otherwise it would be my fault. That can't be right-–I'm a professor.

The Atom: I'm going to lay here for a while, Katie. I'm old now, and I get tired.

Batman: Batman to all points. I could use some air support. Since I can't fly. At all. (still falling) Now would be good.

Batman: Where's the Atom?
The Atom: (in Superman's ear) It's getting sweaty in here...

The Atom: Batman, can you hear me? It's a war machine.
Batman: What was your first clue?

The Atom: Amazing. Show (General Eiling) a weapon that destroyed its creators and every other thing it saw and he wants to play with it. What's to stop history from repeating itself right here on Earth?
Superman: We are.



Episode Goofs
Green Arrow's quiver briefly turns from green to yellow during the battle scenes.




Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerSander Schwartz
ProducerDwayne McDuffie  |  Bruce Timm  |  James Tucker
EditorJoe Gall
CastingAndrea Romano
Line ProducerShaun McLaughlin (1)
MusicMichael McCuistion
Production CoordinatorSteve Kindernay  |  Benjamin Kaltenecker
Assistant EditorMyra Owyang
Post Production SupervisorBonnie Buckner
On-Line EditorChristopher Lozinski
OtherSam Register (Executive in Charge of Production for Cartoon Netw)
Story EditorDwayne McDuffie  |  Stan Berkowitz
Production SupervisorMargaret Dean  |  Toshiyuki Hiruma  |  Howard Schwartz (2)
Storyboard ArtistJames Tucker  |  Bruce Timm  |  Bret Blevins  |  Dan Riba  |  Bob Smith (2)  |  Butch Lukic
Post Production CoordinatorMichael Miscio
Production ManagerKathleen Keegan
Production ManagementAndy Lewis (1)
Main Title ThemeMichael McCuistion
Production AccountantAthena Christianakis  |  Luisa Guzman
Re-recording EngineerJohn K. Hegedes  |  Robert Hargreaves
Casting AdministratorLiz Carroll
Assistant To The ProducerNancy French  |  Kyle P. Feeley
Character/Prop DesignJames Tucker  |  Bruce Timm  |  Glenn Wong  |  Shayne Poindexter  |  Arthur Lee  |  Steve Jones (6)  |  Tommy Tejeda  |  Robert Fletcher
 
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