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).

Green Lantern: Keeping Up With the Corps

Even on their most routine days, the Green Lantern Corps don’t exactly have a job anyone could classify as easy, but lately things have been pretty complicated, even by their standards. Between rogue governments, dying universes, parasitic rings from alternate earths and renegade agents of Apokolips, the recent history of the Corps and its members can seem a little tricky to navigate.

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).

Looking Back on Volume One: An Interview with Justice League's Bryan Hitch

Bryan Hitch has long been known for his skill at rendering exciting super hero action at the largest scale. And now, having recently completed a dozen issues of JUSTICE LEAGUE and ten of the pre-Rebirth JLA, he’s shown that he’s just as adept at writing it as well. Of course, the fact that he’s been partnered with Tony S.

DC Comics 101: Get to Know Eclipso

If you’ve been reading JUSTICE LEAGUE VS. SUICIDE SQUAD, and particularly if you’ve gotten to the end of this week’s issue #5, you’ve discovered that the real villain of the Rebirth’s first event isn’t the Suicide Squad or even Maxwell Lord, but a shadowy villain with the ability to corrupt just about anyone on the planet.

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