Justice League Action

6.9

2016

Duration  :  

11m

52 Episodes

Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman will lead the DC Super Heroes against their most infamous foes.

Cast : Kevin Conroy, Rachel Kimsey, Jason Lewis, Mark Hamill, Joanne Spracklen, Diedrich Bader, P. J. Byrne, Sean Astin, John DiMaggio, Khary Payton, James Woods, Stephen Tobolowsky


Crew : Sam Register, Jay Bastian, Butch Lukic, Alan Burnett, James Krieg


Genres : Action & Adventure, Animation, Family, Sci-Fi & Fantasy


Production Companies : DC Entertainment, Warner Bros. Animation.

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Seasons
Specials

23 Episodes

Season 1

52 Episodes


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