CeeLo Green, Puffy AmiYumi and More Tackle Teen Titans Go!

“When I look at you, I see the story in your eeeeyes…”

If that line has you scratching your head, then you have yet to be exposed to the greatest pop song in the known universe (at least according to Cyborg). We are, of course, talking about “The Night Begins to Shine” by B.E.R., a slice of ’80s-inspired electro-soul that is extremely well known to fans of Teen Titans Go!

Justice League Action - "Play Date" (clip #2)

"Play Date" - When Toyman (Ken Jeong) takes over the Justice League, he turns our heroes into avatars in a diabolical video game. Written by Paul Dini!

Watch new episodes of Justice League Action on Cartoon Network Saturday mornings at 7:30 a.m. (6:30 a.m. CST).

Justice League Action - "Play Date" (clip #1)

"Play Date" - When Toyman (Ken Jeong) takes over the Justice League, he turns our heroes into avatars in a diabolical video game. Written by Paul Dini!

Watch new episodes of Justice League Action on Cartoon Network Saturday mornings at 7:30 a.m. (6:30 a.m. CST).

Justice League Action - "Time Share" (clip #1)

"Time Share" - Batman and Blue Beetle have to travel back in time to stop Chronos from destroying a young Dark Knight on his very first case!

Watch new episodes of Justice League Action on Cartoon Network Saturday mornings at 7:30 a.m. (6:30 a.m. CST).

Justice League Action - "Time Share" (clip #2)

"Time Share" - Batman and Blue Beetle have to travel back in time to stop Chronos from destroying a young Dark Knight on his very first case!

Watch new episodes of Justice League Action on Cartoon Network Saturday mornings at 7:30 a.m. (6:30 a.m. CST).

Justice League Action - "Zombie King" (clip)

"Zombie King" - When Grundy escapes his Louisiana prison, intent on using a magical crystal to raise an army of the dead from their graves, only Batman and Swamp Thing (voiced by Mark Hamill) stand in the way of his growing zombie army.

Watch new episodes of Justice League Action on Cartoon Network Saturday mornings at 7:30 a.m. (6:30 a.m. CST).

Ten Moments that Mattered: Young Justice Gets a Third Season

To make your mark on the future, it helps to take stock of where you’ve been. 2017 promises to be an exciting year for DC and its fans, but before we celebrate the new year, we thought we’d look back on 2016 and consider some of the places we’ve been. DC made some bold choices in the worlds of comics, film and TV, and many of them set our course for the months and years ahead. The past year was full of memorable moments, but some of these moments held real significance. Some of them really mattered. So as we do every year at this time, we thought we’d discuss a few of them.

Justice League Action (2016 - Present)

The world’s greatest Super Heroes return to television in Justice League Action, an all-new quarter-hour animated series from Warner Bros. Animation and airing on Cartoon Network. 

Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman lead the DC Comics Super Heroes against their most infamous foes in adventures packed with relentless thrills, fun and action. No need to wait for the good stuff to start, each eleven-minute episode jumps in with lightning-paced action and heroics.  Whether defending the Earth, facing invaders from space, or battling the bizarre forces of magic, the always-rotating team of Justice League heroes, are up to any challenge.

 
Cast: 
Kevin Conroy
Mark Hamill
Diedrich Bader
James Woods
Producers: 
Sam Register
Butch Lukic
Alan Burnett
Jim Krieg
Genre: 
Action
Adventure
Comedy

Justice League Action - "Shazam Slam" (clip)

The world’s greatest DC Super Heroes are heading to Cartoon Network in the premiere of Justice League Action, an all-new animated series that will kick off with “Shazam Slam,” a four-part special event debuting, Friday, Dec. 16 at 6:00 p.m. (ET/PT). Produced by Warner Bros. Animation and based on iconic DC characters, Justice League Action will premiere new episodes Saturday mornings on Cartoon Network, beginning Dec. 24.
 
In "Shazam Slam," the villainous Black Adam battles Batman on the Rock of Eternity and unleashes a horde of Djinn determined to turn the Earth back to its pre-human, volcanic state.   Affected by the otherworldly powers of these primordial monsters, Batman becomes possessed and is turned into a giant flying Batmonster laying waste to the Hall of Justice, with only Superman capable of taking the fight to the Dark Knight. One by one, the Justice League - with the help of Shazam (voiced by Sean Astin) and The Wizard (voiced by Carl Reiner) - must hunt down and defeat each Djinn in order to yet again save the world from destruction.

DC All Access - Teen Titans Meet LeBron James

When it comes to the court, LeBron James is a super hero. So it seems only fitting that he's coming to Teen Titans Go! In this DC All Access animation clip, we hear from producers Michael Jelenic and Aaron Horvath along with character designer Chris Battle about bringing the NBA legend to the show, and are treated to an exclusive clip from the episode!

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