Justice League: Doom Fills Out its Cast, First Look Images

JLA Tower of Babel Comic Book CoverD.C. and Warner Bros. continue to churn out their highly profitable (and popular) original direct-to-DVD animated movies, with “Justice League: Doom” gearing up for a 2012 release. The film has now filled out its voice cast, with Nathan Fillion and Tim Daly returning to the DC-verse as Green Lantern and Superman, respectively.

The duo join other DC-verse returnees Kevin Conroy as Batman, “Smallville’s” Michael Rosenbaum as Flash, Susan Eisenberg as Wonder Woman, Carl Lumbly as J’onn J’onzz/Martian Manhunter, and David Kaufman as Jimmy Olsen. Also added is Bumper Robinson as Cyborg.

The bad guy contingent will be represented by Phil Morris as Vandal Savage, Olivia d’Abo as Star Sapphire, and Alexis Denisof (of “Angel” fame) as Mirror Master. Also up for a fight are Carlos Alazraqui as Bane, Paul Blackthorne as Metallo, and Claudia Black (of “Farscape” fame) as Cheetah.

“Doom” will be based on Mark Waid’s “Justice League of America: Tower of Babel” comic book storyline, in which a nefarious villain (aren’t they always?) manages to defeat the entire JLA using secret files kept on all the superheroes by Batman himself. Needless to say, ol Bats won’t be very popular with the rest of the kids after this.

“Justice League: Doom” will be directed by D.C. animated movie vet Lauren Montgomery, who recently co-directed “Batman: Year One”. Look for it in early 2012.

Batman, Superman, and The Flash in Justice League Doom (2012) Movie Image

Wonder Woman and Green Lantern in Justice League Doom (2012) Movie Image



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  • imrickjamesbitch

    why does superman look like Ray Liotta?

  • knightofshadows

    hope this is a joke! the animation looks stupid, crude and amateurish!

    • Shazam!

      I’m very interested to know how it is that you are able to rate the animation in this film as “[looking] stupid, crude and amateurish!” based on two still pictures?

      Grow up.

      • Juggernaut

        Agreed. While I’m not blown away by the artist’s style, you really need to hold judgement until the final product is seen.

  • LionHeart

    Wait, is that Hall Jordan?

  • Valydp

    I’m not sure if this was done by the same guys who did YOUNG JUSTICE but as a kid back then
    I’d watched JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA and then SUPERFRIENDS. This animation
    is defenitely awful and crappy as is!

  • http://www.beyondhollywood.com/ Dedpool

    I love the comments on the animation style. It’s already more detailed than the last season of “Batman: The animated series,” and Justice League which used Bruce Timm’s artstule which itself was minimalist. Don’t get me wrong I loved all of those shows. The art here is clean and simple and in motion will probably be awesome. The DC Animated films have been on point so far with even their worst being as good if not better than the Marvel ones that were coming out. I can’t wait for this personally as the story was awesome.
    @Linear- yeah trays Hal, they replaced Kyle with him for film.