Lex Luthor is frozen during a battle with the Justice League. He thaws out in the 31st century, discovers Time Trapper and prevents Superman's arrival to Earth as a baby. Future teen heroes Karate Kid and Dawnstar must stop him.
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The Legion of Doom are attempting to use space satellites to freeze the Earth's oceans, creating more land mass at the coastal regions for which they own. The JLA quickly arrive and the two teams engage in a classic battle of wills. This clash leads to Lex Luthor becoming trapped in a glacier of ice. In the 31st century Legion of Superheroes trainees; Dawnstar and Karate Kid are tasked with minding the Legion's museum. Their tour leads them to Lex Luthor's memorial; his body still encased in a large chuck of ice discovered in the 29th century. Karate Kid Inadvertently frees Luthor who secretly explores the museum himself, and soon uncovers the shrine to his greatest nemesis Superman. There he learns of the Kent's involvement in Kal-El's discovery. Luthor following the voices of Dawnstar and Karate Kid takes possession of an hourglass which holds the Time Trapper within. Whoever holds the hourglass controls this entity who is the master of time. Luthor returns to the 21st century, but ...Written by
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Character Designers Lynell Forestall and Danny Kimanyean drew character designs of themselves as citizens in this movie. Forestall can be seen as the overall wearing Clerk in the General Store, while Kimanyean is the driver wearing the baseball cap with the "k" on it it during the collapsing bridge scene. See more »
Wonder Woman's blue cape disappears and then reappears when she ties the magic lasso around Dawnstar and Karate Kid. See more »
Karate Kid IS a DC character. A fun movie way underrated.
First of all: Karate Kid IS a DC character made on 1966, way before the unrelated movie. That movie had to borrow the name from DC so, please, inform yourself before judging. I've watched this movie last week and I loved it. I'm 33 years old and I usually like the more complex plot of more adult oriented stories but I dislike the concept of adult they have, including excesive gore and sexual situations. This one is a movie for all publics, fun, with a conflict based on sci fi, not so different of the plot of more "adult" dc movies. I think you may like a movie for different reasons, but on this case, those reasons are primary based on enjoyment, is fun, it creates a good tension to make you wonder what will happen, has funny lines, with a dissobedient Robín that defies Batman and a comical Bizarro that says the opposite he is doing every time. Just watch it.
You'll enjoy it.
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