Justice League Action

Justice League Action is an American animated television series based on the DC Comics superhero team of the same name. The series is produced by Jim Krieg, Butch Lukic, and Alan Burnett.

This show debuted on Cartoon Network UK[4] on November 26, 2016,[5][6] and premiered in the United States on Cartoon Network on December 16, 2016.[3] The first season concluded on June 3, 2018.[7]

Justice League Action
Show logo
Based onJustice League
by Gardner Fox
Voices of
Composer(s)Kevin Riepl
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes52[1] (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s)
  • Sam Register
  • Jay Bastian
  • Tramm Wigzell and Tatiana Krokar (for Cartoon Network)
  • Butch Lukic
  • Alan Burnett
  • Jim Krieg
  • Rebecca Palatnik (line producer)
Editor(s)Bruce A. King
Running time15 minutes
Production company(s)
DistributorWarner Bros. Television Distribution
Original networkCartoon Network
Original releaseNovember 26, 2016 (UK)[2]
December 16, 2016 (US)[3] –
June 3 2018
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The series features the adventures of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and the rotating members of the Justice League as they fight various supervillains and other threats to Earth.[4]

Voice Cast

Voice Actor Character(s)
Kevin Conroy Batman / Bruce Wayne[4]
Rachel Kimsey Wonder Woman / Diana Prince[8]
Jason J. Lewis Superman / Clark Kent[8]
General Zod[11]
Streaky the Supercat[11]
Boss Kack[12]
Carmine Falcone[13]
Chancellor Al-On[15]
Red Tornado[18]
Jonathan Adams Darkseid[19]
John Astin Uncle Dudley[20]
Sean Astin Shazam / Billy Batson[21]
Jake T. Austin Blue Beetle / Jaime Reyes[22]
Diedrich Bader Booster Gold[4]
H.I.V.E. Master (2nd appearance)[23]
Troy Baker Hawkman[24]
Jonas Glim[12]
Hannibal Buress Mister Terrific / Michael Holt[21]
Dayci Brookshire Zatanna (young)[25]
P. J. Byrne Firestorm / Ronnie Raymond[8]
Lacey Chabert[26] Zatanna Zatara[27][25]
Gary Cole Black Adam[14]
Jon Cryer Felix Faust[28]
Darin de Paul Sinestro[29]
Trevor Devall Cain[25]
Jonah Hex[30]
John DiMaggio Lobo[8][31]
Chris Diamantopoulos Green Arrow[33]
H.I.V.E. Master (1st appearance)[34]
Melissa Disney Mom[9]
Dan Donohue Brother Night[27]
Merlin (1st appearance)[35]
Michael Dorn Atrocitus[36]
Noel Fisher Klarion the Witch Boy[25]
Crispin Freeman Martian Manhunter / J'onn J'onzz[37]
Gilbert Gottfried Mister Mxyzptlk[38]
Grey Griffin Navigation Computer
Julianne Grossman Queen Hippolyta[39]
Mark Hamill Joker[4]
Swamp Thing[40]
Himself [42]
Ely Henry Calculator[43]
Gillian Jacobs Roxy Rocket[19]
Ken Jeong Toyman[21][44]
Peter Jessop Steppenwolf[45]
Josh Keaton Green Lantern / Hal Jordan[36]
John de Lancie Brainiac[46]
Natalie Lander Stargirl / Courtney Whitmore[47]
Cloris Leachman Granny Goodness[41][49][50]
Natasha Leggero Poison Ivy[51]
Thomas Lennon Amazo[52]
David Lodge Calythos[14]
Jon Lovitz Sid Sharp[50]
Erica Luttrell Doctor Fate (young)[25]
Piotr Michael Kalibak[50]
Perry White[50]
Max Mittelman Parasite[53][54]
Jimmy Olsen[54]
Jasika Nicole Vixen[55]
Jerry O'Connell Atom / Ray Palmer[15]
Damian O'Hare John Constantine[56]
Professor Anderson[48]
Patton Oswalt Space Cabbie[21]
Khary Payton Cyborg[8][31]
Kanjar Ro[30]
Robert Picardo Two-Face[57]
Laura Post Circe[39]
Big Barda[45]
Dania Ramirez Red Velvet[58]
Carl Reiner Wizard[59]
Paula Rhodes John Constantine (young)[25]
Andy Richter Chronos[60]
William Salyers Virman Vundabar[61]
Charlie Schlatter Flash / Barry Allen[62][63]
Patrick Seitz Etrigan the Demon / Jason Blood[35][64]
Merlin (2nd appearance)[65]
Armin Shimerman Zilius Zox[36]
Kevin Shinick Dad[9]
Christian Slater Deadshot[57]
Roger Craig Smith Mister Miracle[66]
Dana Snyder Plastic Man[67][68]
Penguin / Oswald Cobblepot[57]
David Sobolov Gorilla Grodd[69]
Brent Spiner Riddler[5][70]
Joanne Spracklen Supergirl[71]
Peter Stormare Mr. Freeze[72]
Tara Strong Harley Quinn [35]
Lois Lane[73]
Batman (young)[25]
Mena Suvari Killer Frost[74]
Fred Tatasciore Solomon Grundy[27]
Stephen Tobolowsky Martin Stein[75]
Oliver Vaquer Mister Mind[76][77]
Jim Ward Brain[78]
Jessica Walter Athena[34]
Travis Willingham Bizarro[52]
Fryda Wolff Faora[79]
James Woods Lex Luthor[4]


  • Aaron Chavda - Visual FX Animation
  • Wes Gleason - Casting and Voice Director
  • Brett Hardin - Design and Visual FX Animation
  • Shane Glines - Character Designer

Home media

Region Title Aspect ratio Episode(s) Season(s) Running time Release date
1 Season 1, Part 1: Superpowers Unite! 16:9 26 1 286 minutes September 5, 2017
Season 1, Part 2: Battles from Beyond! May 22, 2018


Justice League Action premiered on Cartoon Network UK on November 26, 2016,[6][80] and on Cartoon Network in the USA on December 16, 2016.[3] Justice League Action also premiered on Cartoon Network Australia on March 18, 2017,[81] and premiered on Cartoon Network Philippines on March 25, 2017.[82]


McDonald's Happy Meal toys were distributed to coincide with the show's release on September 20, 2016 in the United States only.[83]


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