DC Entertainment has been churning out the animated features left and right with each of them hitting the mark to almost perfection. In addition they have teamed up with LEGO to deliver some hilarious adventures and looks like it may be a partnership that is going to last for a long time. Their latest LEGO Super Heroes: Justice League: Attack of the Legion of Doom is getting ready to hit stores, but this isn’t the first time the LEGO Justice League has come together to save the day.
In LEGO Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League chaos and destruction follow Bizarro everywhere as he always hears the opposite of what is said, says the opposite of what he means and does the opposite of what is right. When the citizens of Metropolis keep confusing Bizarro with Superman, the Man of Steel decides it’s time to find a new home for him….on another planet! With the problem seemingly solved they are faced with a bigger issue when Darkseid attacks and they are forced to come to terms with their backward counterparts and team up with them to stop him. While they bring the humor with all of the LEGO properties with this one they seemed to try and make it a bit more focused and closer to the normal characters just in LEGO form. This only lasts through about the first fight sequence and things take some hilarious turns all around. There is a great kryptonite gag early in the film that is just subtle enough to be pure brilliance, but the addition of other JL members outside of the core group like Plastic Man, Hawkman and Guy Gardner just adds to the fun. The Bizzaro group add a fun dynamic to the story letting fans get a glimpse at them all as these strange versions outside of Bizarro himself. The animation is great as always and the simple attention to detail in these LEGO worlds is just amazing. The film sports a great voice cast including Troy Baker, Nolan North, James Arnold Taylor, John DiMaggio, Diedrich Bader, Tony Todd, Tom Kenny and Kevin Michael Richardson all of which seem to be having a great time here.
There is so much action and fun here that you will beg for more and while it runs less than an hour it still jam packs in the bizarre fun. This release also includes bloopers, a featurette and the LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Batman: Be-Leaguered TV Special. As if this wasn’t enough to want to get your hands on this fun release it includes a limited-edition exclusive Batzarro LEGO mini-figure. Join in on the JL brick building fun with LEGO Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League available now from Warner Home Entertainment.