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JUSTICE LEAGUE ACTION: New Poster for Animated Series Released [Cartoon Network]

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Cartoon Network Developing Animated Series Justice League Action. The long rumored Justice League series that Cartoon Network and Warner Bros. have been working on is finally unveiled. Titled Justice League Action, the network also revealed a poster for the upcoming series.

Cartoon Network finally acknowledged the existence of a brand new animated series based on the Justice League at DC Comics’ website. Announced on Friday, Justice League Action will also mark the return of voice actors Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill who will reprise their roles as Batman and Joker. There hasn’t been news on when the show will air, but the poster suggested it’s coming soon. The series will be running as a 30-minute program with two 11-minute episodes, similar to their other series Teen Titans Go! Batman will be joined by Superman and Wonder Woman along with heroes such as Flash, Hawkman, Shazaam, Green Arrow, Plastic Man, and Blue Beetle. Villains including Killer Frost and Darkseid will also appear in the series, based on the background silhouettes shown in the poster.

Check out the poster for the new animated series and give us your thoughts on it. Are you excited for Justice League Action to air soon on Cartoon Network?

Justice League Action Poster

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