The Trailer for Justice League vs. The Fatal Five Brings Back Some Big DC Stars [UPDATED]

The Justice League is back in Justice League vs. The Fatal Five.
The Justice League is back in Justice League vs. The Fatal Five.
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When fans talk about the definitive voices from the animated world of DC, they think of Kevin Conroy as Batman, Susan Eisenberg as Wonder Woman, and George Newbern as Superman. Well, they’re all back, along with Batman: The Animated Series producer Bruce Timm, for Justice League vs. The Fatal Five.

This time, Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman, and the rest of the Justice League will have to fight the time-traveling super group of the title as they hunt for the up-and-coming Green Lantern. The film was executive produced by Timm, directed by Sam Liu (Gotham by Gaslight), and will be out on digital March 30 and Blu-ray April 16. Here’s the trailer thanks to IGN.

Justice League vs. The Fatal Five is an important addition to the DC Universe Movies, spotlighting two unlikely young heroes with real-world issues facing off against a daunting quintet of futuristic villains,” Mary Ellen Thomas, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Vice President, Family & Animation Marketing, said in a statement. “We’re also are proud to have Kevin Conroy, Susan Eisenberg, and George Newbern reprising their seminal roles as DC’s Trinity in the Justice League [and] Justice League Unlimited animated series, and believe the fans will be equally pleased with their return to these characters.”


The film sill be released on digital March 30 and physical media April 16. Are you excited to have a new film with these iconic voice actors?

This post has been updated to include the film’s release dates.

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Angrier Geek

Gonna thread jack and tout the underrated Legion animated series (where the Fatal Five also showed up). It wasn’t the prettiest look (though I honestly appreciate making aliens look alien), took a moment to find itself and god knows using a Superboy clone the second season rather than Mon-El was questionable-to-stupid, but it was a good time and faithful to the spirit of the comic. It was also not afraid to go there with some of the darkness (Triplicate Girl and Ferro Lad to name two). If they ever put the whole series out on blu-ray, it’s mine.

Ooh and the final cliffhanger episode was actually connected to Superman The Animated series.