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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.

Justice League Action
Show logo
Based on Justice League
by Gardner Fox
Voices of
Composer(s) Kevin Riepl
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 46[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 time 15 minutes
Production company(s)
Distributor Warner Bros. Television Distribution
Original network
Original release November 26, 2016 (UK) (November 26, 2016 (UK))[2]
December 16, 2016 (US) (December 16, 2016 (US))[3]
Related shows

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 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 Actor Character(s)
Kevin Conroy Batman / Bruce Wayne[4]
Rachel Kimsey Wonder Woman / Princess Diana[7]
Jason J. Lewis Superman / Clark Kent[7]
General Zod[10]
Streaky the Supercat[10]
Boss Kack[11]
Carmine Falcone[12]
Chancellor Al-On[14]
Red Tornado[17]
Jonathan Adams Darkseid[18]
John Astin Uncle Dudley[19]
Sean Astin Shazam / Billy Batson[20]
Jake T. Austin Blue Beetle / Jaime Reyes[21]
Diedrich Bader Booster Gold / Michael Jon Carter[4]
H.I.V.E. Master (2nd Time)[22]
Troy Baker Hawkman / Katar Hol[23]
Jonas Glim[11]
Hannibal Buress Mister Terrific / Michael Holt[20]
Dayci Brookshire Zatanna (young)[24]
P. J. Byrne Firestorm / Ronnie Raymond[7]
Lacey Chabert[25] Zatanna Zatara[26][24]
Gary Cole Black Adam / Teth-Adam[13]
Jon Cryer Felix Faust[27]
Darin de Paul Sinestro[28]
Trevor Devall Cain[24]
Jonah Hex[29]
John DiMaggio Lobo[7][30]
Chris Diamantopoulos Green Arrow / Oliver Queen[32]
H.I.V.E. Master (1st Time)[33]
Melissa Disney Mom[8]
Dan Donohue Brother Night[26]
Merlin (1st time)[34]
Michael Dorn Atrocitus[35]
Noel Fisher Klarion the Witch Boy[24]
Crispin Freeman Martian Manhunter / J'onn J'onzz[36]
Gilbert Gottfried Mister Mxyzptlk[37]
Julianne Grossman Queen Hippolyta[38]
Mark Hamill Joker[4]
Swamp Thing / Alec Holland[39]
Trickster / James Jesse[40]
Himself [41]
Ely Henry Calculator[42]
Gillian Jacobs Roxy Rocket[18]
Ken Jeong Toyman / Hiro Okamura[20][43]
Peter Jessop Steppenwolf[44]
Josh Keaton Green Lantern / Hal Jordan[35]
John de Lancie Brainiac / Vril Dox[45]
Natalie Lander Stargirl / Courtney Whitmore[46]
Cloris Leachman Granny Goodness[40][48][49]
Natasha Leggero Poison Ivy / Pamela Isley[50]
Thomas Lennon Amazo[51]
David Lodge Calythos[13]
Jon Lovitz Sid Sharp[49]
Erica Luttrell Doctor Fate (young)[24]
Piotr Michael Kalibak[49]
Perry White[49]
Max Mittelman Parasite / Rudy Jones[52][53]
Jimmy Olsen[53]
Jasika Nicole Vixen / Mari McCabe[54]
Jerry O'Connell Atom / Ray Palmer[14]
Damian O'Hare John Constantine[55]
Professor Anderson[47]
Patton Oswalt Space Cabbie[20]
Khary Payton Cyborg / Victor Stone[7][30]
Kanjar Ro[29]
Robert Picardo Two-Face / Harvey Dent[56]
Laura Post Circe[38]
Big Barda[44]
Dania Ramirez Red Velvet[57]
Carl Reiner Wizard[58]
Paula Rhodes John Constantine (young)[24]
Andy Richter Chronos / David Clinton[59]
William Salyers Virman Vundabar[60]
Charlie Schlatter Flash / Barry Allen[61][62]
Patrick Seitz Etrigan the Demon / Jason Blood[34][63]
Merlin (2nd time)[64]
Armin Shimerman Zilius Zox[35]
Kevin Shinick Dad[8]
Christian Slater Deadshot / Floyd Lawton[56]
Roger Craig Smith Mister Miracle[65]
Dana Snyder Plastic Man / Patrick O'Brien[66][67]
Penguin / Oswald Cobblepot[56]
David Sobolov Gorilla Grodd[68]
Brent Spiner Riddler / Edward Nigma[5][69]
Joanne Spracklen Supergirl / Kara Zor-El[70]
Peter Stormare Mr. Freeze / Victor Fries[71]
Tara Strong Harley Quinn / Harleen Quinzel [34]
Lois Lane[72]
Batman (young)[24]
Mena Suvari Killer Frost / Caitlin Snow[73]
Fred Tatasciore Solomon Grundy / Cyrus Gold[26]
Stephen Tobolowsky Martin Stein[74]
Oliver Vaquer Mister Mind[75][76]
Jim Ward Brain[77]
Jessica Walter Athena[33]
Travis Willingham Bizarro[51]
Fryda Wolff Faora[78]
James Woods Lex Luthor[4]


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


Home mediaEdit

Region Title Ascept ratio Episode(s) Season(s) Running time Release date
1 Season 1, Part 1: Superpowers Unite! 16:9 26 1 September 5, 2017 (2017-09-05)


Justice League Action premiered on Cartoon Network UK on November 26, 2016,[6][79] 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,[80] and premiered on Cartoon Network Philippines on March 25, 2017.[81]


McDonald's Happy Meal toys were distributed to coincide with the show's release on September 20 in the United States only.[82][better source needed]

Justice League Action ShortsEdit

A short-form web series, "Justice League Action Shorts", began airing on the DC Kids' YouTube channel on June 29, 2017.

No. Title Original air date
1 "Up And Atom!" 29 June 2017 (2017-06-29)[83]
When Atom is offered membership into the Justice League by Batman and Wonder Woman, he nearly passes on the idea until the Watchtower comes under attack by a red Parademon.
2 "Beep Beep!" 29 June 2017 (2017-06-29)[84]
Upon luring Superman and Flash to a desert planetoid, Lobo uses every trick in the book to catch Flash after trapping Superman in a Kryptonite cage.
3 "Chemistry" 29 June 2017 (2017-06-29)[85]
Firestorm is having a hard time trying to decide on what to say to impress Stargirl at the time they are on a stakeout near one of H.I.V.E.'s bases.
4 "Good Cop, Bat Cop" 6 July 2017 (2017-07-06)[86]
After Superman and Batman catch Deadshot, they use interrogation techniques to get Deadshot to tell them who called the hit on Batman as Wonder Woman and Firestorm watch.
5 "It's A Trap!" 13 July 2017 (2017-07-13)[87]
Luring Superman to a warehouse by claiming that he kidnapped a young girl named Brie Gruyère, Lex Luthor is confident that he knows more about Superman.
6 "Lasso of Lies" 20 July 2017 (2017-07-20)[88]
Deadshot targets Wonder Woman and she tries to get answers out of Deadshot on who hired him to take out Wonder Woman. When she tries to use her Lasso of Truth, she finds that Plastic Man is posing as it and that Booster Gold had borrowed it to help in his deal involving his Booster Car.
7 "Quality Time" 27 July 2017 (2017-07-27)[89]
While fighting Poison Ivy, Star Sapphire, Cheetah, and Ember, Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, and Flash find that fighting villains together is all the time they share together. After the villains are defeated, the Justice League works to find another activity to do together when not fighting villains.
8 "Selfie Help!" 3 August 2017 (2017-08-03)[90]
Space Cabbie is willing to pay off his fare for some Super Hero selfies, but Batman hates having his picture taken after Space Cabbie had finished picking him up from New Genesis. During this time, Booster Gold photobombs Space Cabbie's selfies in order to promote his Golden Fizz drink leading up to Space Cabbie ending up in a holographic training simulator where Wonder Woman fights some Parademons.
9 "Special Delivery" 10 August 2017 (2017-08-10)[91]
Space Cabbie takes on Booster Gold and a female alien as his latest passengers. As Booster Gold is on the run from Granny Goodness and the two Parademons with her upon uploading a lot of selfies following the Justice League's fight on Apokolips, the female alien needs to get to Cosmos General Hospital when she goes into labour.
10 "Justice 1,2,3, Go!" 17 August 2017 (2017-08-17)[92]
In the jungle, Batman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, and Plastic Man are looking for H.I.V.E.'s headquarters as they are attacked by missiles coming form an unseen location. When Plastic Man unknowingly deploys himself in the aircraft's submarine, he unexpectedly finds H.I.V.E's headquarters.
11 "Toymano a Mano[93]" 24 August 2017 (2017-08-24)
A toy-related heist is being caused by Toyman who is using special mind-control football helmets that he uses to control Cyborg and Plastic Man into serving him. Now Batman must work to free his captive teammates and apprehend Toyman.
12 "Mint Condition" 13 October 2017 (2017-10-13)
Toyman takes control of Cyborg's latest action figures called Bot-Bots causing Cyborg, Batman, and Stargirl to fight them. Though Cyborg's knowledge of each of the Bot-Bots would end up playing a key in Toyman's weakness.
13 "True Colors" 19 October 2017 (2017-10-19)
During Superman's fight with Metallo, Martin Stein advises Firestorm to use his powers to turn Metallo's Kryptonite power source into lead only to accidentally turn it into Red Kryptonite which induces Superman's anger, Gold Kryptonite that gives Superman amnesia, Black Kryptonite which splits Superman's personalities, and Pink Kryptonite that turns Superman into a woman as a result of not remembering how to turn Kryptonite into lead.
14 "Missing the Mark" 26 October 2017 (2017-10-26)

Celebrity actor Mark Hamill is kidnapped by the villainous duo of Joker and Trickster when needing a ride to Gotham Conservatory. The two of them then proceed to take him on a rampant car chase through the city in order to afford a ransom for his safe return. As the police pursue Joker's car, Mark Hamill manages to trick them by impersonating their voices to start a fight between the two villains before being saved by Swamp Thing. As the police catch up, Swamp Thing comments to Joker and Trickster that Mark Hamill is a talented voice actor. The short ends with Joker quoting "What's a voice actor?"

Note: Mark Hamill voices all four characters in this short.
15 "Plastic Man of Steel" 2 November 2017 (2017-11-02)
As Lois Lane is close to figuring out that Superman is Clark Kent, Plastic Man poses as Clark Kent. While the ruse works, the three of them are attacked by Lex Luthor in a high tech suit who wants a retraction on the article that was written about him. As Superman was hit by the red sun beam from the high tech suit, Plastic Man poses as Superman to fight Lex Luthor.
16 "Something in the Hair" 9 November 2017 (2017-11-09)
Poison Ivy uses her mind-controlling spores to seduce Batman into helping her escape from the Justice League Watchtower's lockup. Plastic Man works to find a way to get Batman back to normal and recapture Poison Ivy.
17 "Super Stakeout" 16 November 2017 (2017-11-16)
As Green Arrow helps Batman on his stakeout on Penguin and his henchmen, Plastic Man tries to prove to Green Arrow that he can be stealthy with comical results.
18 "Driver's Ed" 23 November 2017 (2017-11-23)
Space Cabbie helps Stargirl as she practices for her upcoming space driving test as they do their test in an asteroid belt. One of the unexpected obstacles for Stargirl's space driving test is Zilius Zox as he attempts to rob a Space ATM.
19 "Skyjacked" 30 November 2017 (2017-11-30)
Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn steal the Justice League's jet from the Watchtower, with Batman in hot pursuit.
20 "The Goddess Must Be Crazy" 7 December 2017 (2017-12-07)
On Themyscira, Supergirl and Wonder Woman practice their sparring on each other. Despite measures taken by Queen Hippolyta to prevent men from setting foot on Themyscira, Felix Faust manages to attack the island by possessing Supergirl.
21 "Eezy Freezy" 14 December 2017 (2017-12-14)
Plastic Man isn't great in the cold when it comes to Mr. Freeze's crime spree, but Batman will always find a way to make the best of a frozen situation.
22 "Clown Party" 21 December 2017 (2017-12-21)
When Joker crashes a children's birthday party after evading Batman, he's up to his usual mayhem. With Shazam's help, he may be turn out to be the best clown ever!


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