"Tabula Rasa"
Series Justice League
Season 2, Episode 3
JLU 2x03 001
Airdate October 4th, 2003
Writer Stan Berkowitz
Director Dan Riba
Producer Sander Schwartz
Starring Kevin Conroy; Maria Canals; Susan Eisenberg; Phil LaMarr; Carl Lumbly; George Newbern; Michael Rosenbaum
Previous "Twilight (Part 2)"
Next "Tabula Rasa (Part 2)"

"Tabula Rasa" is the third episode of season two of the superhero fantasy animated television series Justice League and the twenty-ninth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Dan Riba with a script written by Stan Berkowitz. It first aired on Cartoon Network on October 4th, 2003.

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Notes & Trivia Edit

  • Copyright holder: © 2002, Warner Bros.; All rights reserved. Justice League and all related characters, names and indicia are trademarks of DC Comics.
  • Justice League is based on characters featured in comic book titles published by DC Comics.
  • The main title design for this series is by Bruce Timm.
  • Casting for this episode is provided by Andrea Romano and Leslie Lamers.
  • Superman was created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.
  • Batman was created by Bob Kane.
  • This is the first chapter in a two-part storyline.
  • The principal setting for this episode is the city of Metropolis.
  • Lex Luthor wears his warsuit in this episode.

Comic connections Edit

  • Amazo is a robot super-villain created by Gardner Fox and Mike Sekowsky. He originally appeared in The Brave and the Bold #30 in July, 1960. The comic version of Amazo is more human in appearance with a widows' peak skullcap, and an outrageous plunging neckline.
  • In the comics, the creator of Amazo is named Professor Anthony Ivo. In this episode, his name is changed to Arthur Ivo. The character is dead as per this episode in the DC Animated Universe, but is still alive in the comic book continuity.
  • Lex Luthor's battle armor first appeared in Action Comics #544 in June, 1983. Originally, Luthor discovered the armor on an alien world. In more modern retellings, Luthor created the armor as a prototype device at LexCorp.

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