Jay Oliva (2013)

Flash tries to restore his original timeline when a ripple creates a fractured universe.

Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox is a 2013 direct-to-video animated film adaptation of the 2011 comic book crossover “Flashpoint” by Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert. It is scripted by Jim Krieg and directed by Jay Oliva.

Based on the acclaimed miniseries by Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert, Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox finds our world turned upside down as one of Earth’s greatest super heroes–the Flash–wakes up devoid of his super powers.

When time travel allows a past wrong to be righted for the Flash and his family, the event’s temporal ripples prove disastrous, creating a fractured, alternate reality where the Justice League never formed, and Superman is nowhere to be found. Amidst a new world being ravaged by a fierce war between Wonder Woman’s Amazons and Aquaman’s Atlanteans, Flash must team with a grittier, more violent Batman and government agent Cyborg to restore the continuity of Flash’s original timeline.

Bruno Bianchi (1983)

Inspector Gadget is an animated series that follows the adventures of a powerful but dimwitted cyborg police inspector named Gadget as he investigates the criminal schemes of Dr. Claw and his organization M.A.D. as they fruitlessly attempt to stop him. However, neither side is aware that it is Gadget’s niece Penny and her dog Brain who are truly responsible for thwarting M.A.D.

Inspector Gadget is a parody on the 1960s comedy television series entitled Get Smart, which is a parody on the secret agent genre, namely James Bond, and follows the adventures of a powerful but dimwitted special agent 86 by the name of Maxwell Smart, played by Don Adams, who also voices Inspector Gadget, as he investigates the criminal schemes of the evil organization KAOS as they fruitlessly attempt to stop him. However, neither side is aware that it is Agent 99 who is truly responsible for thwarting KAOS.