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Based on
DC Comics' characters

First episode date
17 November 2001

Cartoon Network


Theme music composer
Michael McCuistion

Theme song
Justice League Theme Song

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Also known as
Justice League Season 3 (Justice League Unlimited Season 1) Justice League Season 4 (Justice League Unlimited Season 2) Justice League Season 5 (Justice League Unlimited Season 3)

Superhero Science fiction Action/Adventure

Directed by
Joaquim dos Santos Dan Riba

Voices of
Maria Canals Kevin Conroy Susan Eisenberg Phil LaMarr Carl Lumbly George Newbern Michael Rosenbaum

Kevin Conroy, Bruce Timm, Mark Hamill, Susan Eisenberg, Phil LaMarr

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Justice League Unlimited (JLU) is an American animated television series that was produced by Warner Bros. Animation and aired on Cartoon Network. Featuring a wide array of superheroes from the DC Comics universe, and specifically based on the Justice League superhero team, it is a direct sequel to the previous Justice League animated series. JLU debuted on July 31, 2004 on Toonami and ended with the episode aired May 13, 2006. It was also the final series set in the long-running DC animated universe, which started with Batman: The Animated Series in 1992.


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In August 2012, The CW's Vortexx Saturday morning block began airing reruns of this series. Reruns of this show ended in August 2014.

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According to animator Bruce Timm, the series finale of Justice League, "Starcrossed", was originally planned to be the final episode of the series; however, Cartoon Network ordered the production of a successor, entitled Justice League Unlimited. Taking place shortly after its predecessor ended, it features a greatly expanded League, in which the characters from the original series—now referred to as "founding members"—are joined by many other superheroes from the DC Universe; in the first episode, well over 50 characters appear. A number of these were heroes who had made guest appearances in Justice League, but many heroes and other characters made their first animated appearances in this series. The general format of each episode is to have a small team assemble to deal with a particular situation, with a focus on both action and character interaction. This extension of the Justice League was originally planned to be explained in a planned direct-to-video feature film, but the project never materialized.

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Stan Berkowitz, a member of the production team, left the show later for the TV series Friends and Heroes, and writer Matt Wayne was contracted to replace him. Most episodes tell a self-contained story, but the series also features extended story arcs, the first involving the building conflict between the League and a secret government agency known as Project Cadmus. This plot line builds upon events that occurred during the second season of Justice League (which in turn built upon events in Batman: The Animated Series, Superman: The Animated Series, Batman Beyond, Static Shock, and The Zeta Project), and has affected the plotlines of most of its episodes. It was resolved in a four-part story at the end of the second season of Justice League Unlimited. The third and final season story arc focuses on the new Secret Society (which is based on the Legion of Doom of the Challenge of the Super Friends season of Super Friends) as the main villains, a loose-knit organization formed to combat the increased superhero coordination of the first season. However, the Secret Society was never referred as the Legion of Doom, although it was originally planned to use the original name used by the Flash as his comical way to refer the Society, but the idea was rejected.

The series, along the entire DC animated universe, was originally planned to end after the second-season finale "Epilogue", but a third season was greenlighted by Cartoon Network. The third season started in 2005 with the episode "I Am Legion" (which was written before the announcement of a third season) and ended in 2006 with the episode "Destroyer". According with Matt Wayne, if the show had been renewed for a fourth season, he would have liked to write more episodes focusing on Superman and Wonder Woman.

Towards the end of the series, certain characters became off-limits to the show, like Blue Beetle and Hugo Strange. Characters associated with Batman and those who appeared in Batman: The Animated Series (aside from Batman himself) were restricted due to the unrelated animated series The Batman and the Christopher Nolan's live-action theatrical The Dark Knight Trilogy to avoid continuity confusion. Aquaman and related characters were unavailable due to the development of a pilot for a live-action series featuring the character as a young man (planned to be an spin-off of Smallville), which wasn't picked up at the end. Characters from DC's "mature readers" Vertigo imprint were also not allowed, like Swamp Thing and Phantom Stranger. No characters from the Teen Titans animated series appeared in JLU until after that show had been canceled (when Speedy appeared in an episode referencing the Seven Soldiers of Victory). The Joker, Batman's archenemy, was restricted to appear in the series, unlike its predecessor, like Riddler and Scarecrow, which were supposed to be members of the Secret Society as a nod to the original Legion of Doom.

To compensate for this, the producers focused some stories on previously overlooked DC Comics characters. These included characters like Deadman, Warlord, and an unnamed modern equivalent of The Seven Soldiers of Victory.

DC Comics created an ongoing monthly comic book series based on the TV series, as part of its Johnny DC line of "all ages" comics.

Justice League Unlimited, like the second season of Justice League, is animated in widescreen. The show also features new theme music and Intro. The two-part series finale was aired in the UK on February 8 and 18, 2006, and in the United States on May 6 and 13, 2006.

Some romantic relationships develop as in Justice League. Some of these relationships are Question and The Huntress, Black Canary and Green Arrow, and the love-triangle between Green Lantern, Hawkgirl and Vixen. Additionally, the series continuously hints at a mutual attraction between Batman and Wonder Woman. However, Batman is reluctant to develop a full romantic relationship due to his duty as a superhero, Diana's immortality, and his belief that a relationship within a team will bring issues and disaster. He nonetheless has admitted that he and Wonder Woman may have something special.


  • Amy Acker – Huntress
  • Tomas Arana – Tharok
  • Ed Asner – Hephaestus / Granny Goodness
  • Dee Bradley Baker – Blockbuster
  • Adam Baldwin – Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) / Jonah Hex / Rick Flag
  • Jason Bateman – Hermes
  • Morena Baccarin – Black Canary
  • Michael Beach – Mister Terrific / Devil Ray
  • Powers Boothe – Red Tornado / Gorilla Grodd
  • Julie Bowen – Aresia
  • Ben Browder – Bat Lash
  • Clancy Brown – Lex Luthor / Guardians of the Universe
  • Corey Burton – Aztek / Brainiac / Key / Sonar / Weather Wizard
  • Maria Canals – Hawkgirl / Hawkgirl (Justice Lord) / Fire / Livewire
  • Nestor Carbonell – El Diablo
  • Seymour Cassel – Chuck Sirianni
  • Jeffrey Combs – Question / Doctor Moon
  • Kevin Conroy – Batman / Bruce Wayne (in future timeline) / Batman (Justice Lord) / Atom Smasher / Commander Steel / Crimson Avenger / Joe Chill
  • Bud Cort – Toyman
  • Chris Cox – Captain Atom / Shining Knight
  • Matt Czuchry – Brainiac 5
  • Olivia d'Abo – Morgaine Le Fey / Star Sapphire
  • Dana Delany – Lois Lane
  • Alexis Denisof – Mirror Master
  • Grey DeLisle – Downpour / Shifter
  • John DiMaggio – Dreamslayer / Lord Havok
  • Michael Dorn – Kalibak
  • Robin Atkin Downes – Gentleman Ghost
  • Douglas Dunning – Deimos
  • George Eads – Captain Atom (in "Initiation")
  • Héctor Elizondo – Hath-Set
  • Robert Englund – Felix Faust
  • Susan Eisenberg – Wonder Woman / Wonder Woman (Justice Lord) / Rampage
  • Mike Erwin – Speedy
  • Shelley Fabares – Martha Kent
  • Dennis Farina – Wildcat
  • Mike Farrell – Jonathan Kent
  • Oded Fehr – Doctor Fate
  • Nathan Fillion  – Vigilante / Spy Smasher
  • Farrah Forke – Big Barda
  • Robert Forster – The President of the United States
  • Robert Foxworth – Professor Hamilton
  • Will Friedle – Green Lantern (Kyle Rayner) / Batman (Terry McGinnis)
  • Brian George – Parasite
  • Donal Gibson – Captain Boomerang
  • Peri Gilpin – Volcana
  • Googy Gress – Bouncing Boy
  • Ioan Gruffudd – Mister Miracle
  • Paul Guilfoyle – Warlord
  • Kim Mai Guest – Green Lantern (Katma Tui) / Linda Park / Silver Banshee
  • Jennifer Hale – Zatanna / Bernadeth / Giganta / Killer Frost
  • Mark Hamill – The Joker / Trickster
  • Dennis Haysbert – Green Lantern (Kilowog)
  • Jason Hervey – Dove
  • Michael Ironside – Darkseid
  • Arte Johnson – Virman Vundabar
  • Jonathan Joss – Pow Wow Smith
  • Bob Joles – Hades
  • David Kaufman – Jimmy Olsen
  • Daniel Dae Kim – Metron
  • Phil LaMarr – Green Lantern (John Stewart) / Green Lantern (Justice Lord) / Steel / S.T.R.I.P.E. / Machiste / Static
  • Juliet Rose Landau – Zatanna (in "The Balance") / Plastique / Tala
  • Lex Lang – Atomic Skull / Blue Devil / Captain Cold / Heat Wave
  • Ted Levine – Sinestro
  • Giselle Loren – Stargirl
  • Carl Lumbly – Martian Manhunter / Martian Manhunter (Justice Lord)
  • Peter MacNicol – Chronos
  • Alan Rachins – Clock King
  • Virginia Madsen – Roulette
  • Karen Maruyama - Tsukuri
  • Tim Matheson – Maxwell Lord
  • Christopher McDonald – Jor-El
  • Malcolm McDowell – Metallo
  • John C. McGinley – Atom
  • Stephen McHattie – The Shade
  • Dick Miller – Oberon
  • George Newbern – Superman / Superman (Justice Lord) / Bizarro / Evil Star
  • Jerry O'Connell – Captain Marvel
  • Peter Onorati – B'wana Beast / Warhawk
  • Scott Patterson – King Faraday
  • Ron Perlman – Orion
  • Robert Picardo – Amazo
  • Jeremy Piven – Elongated Man
  • C.C.H. Pounder – Amanda Waller / Juice
  • Sheryl Lee Ralph – Cheetah
  • James Remar – Hawkman / Shadow Thief
  • Eric Roberts – Mongul
  • Michael Rosenbaum – Flash / Flash (Justice Lord) / Vigilante (in "Task Force X") / Deadshot / Doctor Polaris
  • Scott Rummell – Aquaman
  • Tom Everett Scott – Booster Gold
  • Fred Savage – Hawk
  • Raphael Sbarge – Deadman
  • Glenn Shadix – Steven Mandragora
  • Armin Shimerman – Professor Milo
  • Kin Shriner – Green Arrow
  • James Sie – Wind Dragon
  • J. K. Simmons – General Wade Eiling / Mantis
  • Tom Sizemore – Metamorpho
  • Gregg Rainwater – Long Shadow
  • Susan Sullivan – Hippolyta
  • Bruce Timm – Solomon Grundy
  • Lauren Tom – Doctor Light / Green Lantern (Kai-Ro)
  • Nicholle Tom – Supergirl / Galatea
  • Gina Torres – Vixen
  • Hynden Walch – Ace
  • Michael T. Weiss – Etrigan the Demon
  • Joanne Whalley – Emerald Empress
  • Michael Jai White – Doomsday
  • Marc Worden – Parasite (in "Epilogue")
  • Jose Yenque – Copperhead
  • Michael York – Ares
  • Rachel York – Circe
  • Non-speaking characters

    Aside from the voice-cast, numerous DC comics super heroes are shown as Justice League members (and it is implied that there are even more members not shown). Heroes seen, but not heard, are listed below.


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