Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths starts out a lot like Grant Morrison’s Earth Two comic: A Lex Luthor from an alternate universe shows up, asking the Justice League to save his Earth from the Crime Syndicate — an evil version of the Justice League. The Crime Syndicate’s pretty much taken over, with the Government turning a blind eye to Ultraman looking like a guido reject from Jersey shore all their shennanigans.
Then it branches out about multi-dimensions and choices we all make everyday and Owlman wanting to destroy the universe. I thought all the talk about alternate dimensions and Earth “prime” was a little reminiscent of Turtles Forever, but could just be me. Yes, that was a little spoiler, but I’m trying to be as vague as possible.
Batman’s still the BAMF he always is, although I’m a little sad that these newer DC animated films don’t have Kevin Conroy voicing Bats. The upcoming Batman: Under the Red Hood doesn’t have Conroy in it either. But I digress, all in all, I thought it was pretty rad. Great action sequences and Superman asking Luthor to put some pants on was hilarious.