Fandom

DC Database

Justice League Unlimited (TV Series) Episode: Fearful Symmetry

97,112pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Talk0 Share

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.


A man is being chased down by Supergirl, who uncharacteristically intends on killing him. When cornered, the man swears that he won't tell anyone but to no avail. After having fought off soldiers armed armed with jet packs and energy weapons, and a robot, Supergirl kills him with her heat-vision. In

Appearing in "Fearful Symmetry"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:

Synopsis for "Fearful Symmetry"

A man is being chased down by Supergirl, who uncharacteristically intends on killing him. When cornered, the man swears that he won't tell anyone but to no avail. After having fought off soldiers armed armed with jet packs and energy weapons, and a robot, Supergirl kills him with her heat-vision. In Smallvile, Supergirl bolts up from her bed, and looks up to find she has burn a hole in the ceiling with her heat-vision.

Atom Ryan Choi 0027
DC Rebirth Logo

Expand
This section of the article does not provide a complete profile of the subject. You can help out by providing additional information, expanding on the subject matter in order to bring this article to a higher standard of quality.
This template will categorize articles that include it into Category:Incomplete Articles.



Notes

  • The episode's title refers to the first stanza of William Blake's famous poem "The Tyger". The title was also used in chapter 5 of the miniseries Watchmen, which features Rorschach, modeled directly on Steve Ditko's The Question. Coincidentally, both in Watchmen and in the episode, the two characters allude to a penchant for trash cans.

Trivia

  • Question's theory concerning "actors elected to public office" are likely nods to real-life American actors who entered into politics such as Ronald Reagan, who was 40th President of the United States, and Arnold Schwarzenegger, who was elected as the 38th Governor of California in a year before this episode was aired.


See Also


Recommended Media

  • None.


Links and References

Footnotes

Also on Fandom

Random Wiki