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JUSTICE LEAGUE Animated Series Voice Cast Reunites for a Live Read

JUSTICE LEAGUE Animated Series Voice Cast Reunites for a Live Read

Thirteen years ago, the Justice League animated series wrapped up its two-season run before becoming Justice League Unlimited. Both incarnations of the show are considered to be among the best DC adaptations to date, and they remain fan favorites. Over the weekend at the Denver Comic Con, almost the entire voice cast of Justice League came together for a memorable reunion which is now available to watch!

Denver Comic Con has posted the Justice League Animated Reunion panel, which features veteran voice director Andrea Romano welcoming George Newbern (Superman), Kevin Conroy (Batman),  Susan Eisenberg (Wonder Woman), Phil LaMarr (Green Lantern), Michael Rosenbaum (The Flash), and Maria Canals-Barrera (Hawkgirl) back to the roles they portrayed on the series. Unfortunately, Carl Lumbly was unable to be there, so Brian Cummings stepped in to play the Martian Manhunter.

For the occasion, the performers did a live-reading of “Starcrossed,” the three-part series finale that exposed the truth behind Hawkgirl’s presence on Earth while exploring her complicated romance with Green Lantern against the backdrop of an alien invasion led by her own people, the Thanagarians. The Walking Dead‘s Khary Payton also participated in the event as Hro Talak, Hawkgirl’s lover and the leader of the Thanagarian invasion force.

 

Note that the cast skipped ahead of several parts to finish the live-reading in under a half-hour. However, the emotional high points remain intact and the iconic scene of the Justice League revealing their identities to each other was also included. Following the panel, the performers took a few questions from the crowd and they appeared to have way too much fun trying out different accents for their characters. There was also an amusing story about Clancy Brown and Michael Rosenbaum from the episode where Lex Luthor and the Flash had their personalities swapped.

The entire cast seemed very enthusiastic about a potential revival of the Justice League animated series, with Eisenberg noting that if it worked for Young Justice it can work again. Towards that end, Romano encouraged fans to let Warner Bros. know what they want on social media.

What did you think about the Justice League reunion panel? Let us know in the comment section below!

Image: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment

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