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Zeta doesn't look like he did in the episode "Zeta," although Batman doesn't even notice that.
When the Kobra crew leaves the loading bay, they use a laser to cut the door leading into the building. However, when they return there, isn't a mark on the loading boy door.
In this episode, Charlie "Big Time" Bigelow works for The Major, voiced by Jon Polito. In the movie The Rocketeer, Jon Polito played Bigelow, owner of Bigelow's Air Circus.
How does Batman plan on getting back to Gotham City at the end? He turns around and walks off into the Arctic, which is kind of dramatic. However, the Batmobile has been destroyed and he has no way back! (Reply: Well, he is walking towards the crashed Batmobile. Maybe he hopes to be able to use it again.)
Even if the possessed Superman had to wait to initiate his plan (whatever the heck it was that required calling in Batman and destroying Metropolis) until it had bred enough other starfish, why didn't it use some of the first few to take over the remaining JLU members far earlier?
So why did the possessed Superman launch the attack on Metropolis in Part 1?
How did Warhawk escape from his armor? The events of Part 1 seem to make that it very difficult, if not impossible, for him to have done so. And why didn't Terry see Warhawk exit his armor on the replay?
When Superman spins Inque around everywhere, there is a goof. It shows Terry step and hold Inque on the ground. When he sees that the innocent bystander is really Superman, it shows them both in a full screen shot, but Inque has somehow vanished from the scene.
The name of the splicing agent, 'methyl glycose', is erroneous, in that in the story it is an enzyme, but its name denotes that it is a sugar. Enxymes have names that end in the '-ase' suffix, whereas sugars end in the '-ose' suffix.
When the Repo Man scans each of Deanna's credit cards, he swipes the plastic part of the card through the scanner and not the black magnetic strip.
In the scene where Inque escapes from the office, she is shown moving right through a solid glass window without it breaking.
All except the beginning, Shriek is not wearing the device that gives him hearing, but he can hear everyone.
Trivia: When Payback attacks Warren's store, look at the till - apparently, they still use paper money as well as creds.
When Eldon Michaels shows Batman an envelope that contains evidence for Harper, one of the sentries fire at the envelope and sets it on fire. However, when Batman finally gets a hold of the envelope it is perfectly fine and not burned at all.
Trivia: The blueprints that Stalker and Batman discover on the disc at the Kobra lair reads "copyright 2031," indicating that the year is at least 2031, if not later.
There is a scene where Batman and False Face are wrestling in a public area and False Face pushes Terry over a ledge. False Face manages to push Terry not only over a ledge, but also right through a barrier that appears to be solid concrete. Even if False Face was supposed to have some kind of super strength, the speed at which he was moving Terry should not have produced anywhere near the momentum that would be required to do such a thing.
After the short scene where Terry talks to Max (Zeta in disguise), Zeta leaves. During that sequence of Max (Zeta still disguised) exiting the school, the signage of Hamilton High School is missing letters inconsistently between shots.
Trivia: When Carl throws the eggbaby out the window, and Batman catches it and flies past him, watch closely - this is the only time you'll ever see Batman sticking his tongue out at someone.
Bruce said that Peek wasn't really a criminal, but ignores him blowing up the gas pipes when he had a fight with Batman in the city hall.
Trivia: At the birthday party, Jared gets his second car from his step-dad (he had said that he received one in "Spellbound" as well).
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