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Justice League (2001)

Country: USA

Genres: Animation, Action, Adventure

Director: Dan Riba, Butch Lukic, Joaquim Dos Santos

Writers: Dwayne McDuffie, Stan Berkowitz, Bill Finger, Rich Fogel, ...

Stars: Carl Lumbly, George Newbern, Phil LaMarr, Kevin Conroy, ...

Forces of evil, chaos, and destruction await. Not even protectors like Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, the Flash, Hawkgirl or the Martian Manhunter may have a chance alone. But together as the Justice League, they are a metahuman force (and a hope) to be reckoned with.

Seasons:   5 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 1

Only George Newbern (Superman) and Mark Hamill (the Joker) delivered their lines standing up. All the rest of the cast sat down.
Was originally to be titled "Justice League of America" after the incredibly popular JLA comic (Revamped by Grant Morrison). However, "Justice League" was favored to give the show a more universal feel.
Beginning with the second season, episodes are filmed in widescreen. Any second season episode broadcast as full-screen actually has the sides "cropped".
Though a founding member of the Justice League in the comic books, Aquaman was left out of the cartoon series' line-up in favor of Hawkgirl, thus providing another female character. Aquaman appears only as a guest star.
Many adventures are based in Metropolis, although the city has been redesigned from the futuristic version seen in _"Superman: The Animated Series" (1996)_.
The Riddler and the Scarecrow are the only villains from the Challenge of the Superfriends series that don't also appear on Justice League.
Many cast members of the popular sci-fi show "Firefly" also voiced characters in "Justice League Unlimited". Nathan Fillion (Vigilante, Spy Smasher), Adam Baldwin (Jonah Hex, Hal Jordan, Rick Flagg Jr.), Gina Torres (Vixen), and Morena Baccarin (Balck Can
The John Stewart Green Lantern was selected rather than the better known Lanterns, Hal Jordan and Kyle Rayner, not only because it would allow for an African-American member of the team, but the producers felt that the character's originally abrasive pers
When Developing this show Bruce Timm toyed with the idea of giving the Justice League a uniformed look to their costumes and give Wonder Woman a new hair style. When Timm mentioned it to DC president Paul Levitz he said "Not the Big 3 (Superman, Wonder Wo
Although several actors reprised their voice roles from the shows Batman: The Animated Series (1992) and Superman (1996), conspicuously absent is Timothy Daly, who voiced Superman. He became unavailable after landing the lead role in the TV series The Fug
This is the fourth time that Bruce W. Timm and his team redesigned Batman. This version is similar to the classic Bob Kane Batman, which also is similar in design to the Batman Beyond (1999) design. Similarities between the two are the lengths of the ears
As of season 3's beginning, the show's title changes to Justice League Unlimited, which is the name of the team as seen many years into the future in the series Batman Beyond (1999). With the show's title change, each episode now is only half an hour long
The character models for some of the characters in the test footage was quite different from the final product. The Superman design used was identical to the models used on Superman (1996). Green Lantern had the same hairstyle and costume as the final des
When the series was expanded from Justice League to Justice League Unlimited, producers considered adding Batman's sidekicks, Robin, Batgirl, and Nightwing. However, DC Comics turned them down, because the Robin/Dick Grayson role was being used on Teen Ti
The producers felt that the early Gardner Fox stories made the characters almost interchangeable and the more recent Grant Morrison stuff was just way too dark and complicated. Therefore (with the exception of "In Blackest Night" which was based on one of
Though intended to incorporate both the previously aired Batman: The Animated Series (1992) and Superman (1996) cartoon histories, the creative staff initially decided to ignore Superman: In Brightest Day... (1999) so as to not confuse viewers with two di
Many cast members of the popular sci-fi show "Firefly" also voiced characters in "Justice League Unlimited". Nathan Fillion (Vigilante, Spy Smasher), Adam Baldwin (Jonah Hex, Hal Jordan, Rick Flagg Jr.), Gina Torres (Vixen), and Morena Baccarin (Black Can