I know the Justice League Unlimited theme song has popped in your head once you read the title. If that didn’t happen, I need you to watch the theme song below, buy this today and commit the song to your memory banks. Justice League Unlimited aired on Cartoon Network 2004-2006 and was one of THEE greatest super hero cartoons. EVER. The great Dwayne McDuffie wrote several episodes for this brilliant series. For the first time ever, you can now own Justice League Unlimited: The Complete Series on Blu-Ray starting TODAY at The WB Shop.
Take a stroll down memory lane and revisit clips from episodes “The Destroyer” and “Dark Heart” from Justice League Unlimited.
via press release
Warner Archive Collection continues its commitment to fulfilling the wishes of animation fans everywhere with the first-ever Blu-ray™ release of Justice League Unlimited: The Complete Series. The enthralling anthology will be distributed in full 16×9 widescreen presentation starting Tuesday, November 10, 2015 via WBshop.com and popular online retailers.
As the follow-up to the popular Justice League animated series, Justice League Unlimited ran from 2004-2006 and featured a huge canon of characters from the DC Comics library. After fighting off an alien invasion in the previous two-season Justice League series, our heroes find their ranks diminished and – with new dangers arising at an ever-increasing pace – the remaining crime fighters realize that protecting the entire world is going to take more technology and more manpower. A lot more. The original seven Justice Leaguers – Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, J’onn J’onzz, Green Lantern and Hawkgirl – are now joined by an unlimited selection of allies including Green Arrow, Supergirl and Black Canary. But some think all this power is too much power and a conspiracy against them grows. After years of foiled plots and repeated beatings, the galaxy’s worse villains finally have a plan: strength in numbers! Led by Lex Luthor, the Legion of Doom prepares to dominate the universe. First order of business: destroy the Justice League!
The core cast spotlighted Kevin Conroy (Batman: The Animated Series) as Batman, George Newbern (Scandal) as Superman, Susan Eisenberg (Justice League) as Wonder Woman, Michael Rosenbaum (Impastor, Smallville) as Flash, Carl Lumbly (Alias) as J’onn J’onzz, Phil LaMarr (Futurama, Pulp Fiction) as Green Lantern and Maria Canals-Barrera (Wizards of Waverly Place, Cristela) as Hawkgirl.
Justice League Unlimited also featured an all-star guest cast of Oscar, Emmy and Tony award winners and pop culture icons that included (to name but a few): Malcom McDowell, Mark Hamill, Ed Asner, Dana Delany, Neil Patrick Harris, J.K. Simmons, Nathan Fillion, Morena Baccarin, Virginia Madsen, Jeremy Piven, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Powers Boothe, CCH Pounder, Juliet Landau, Clancy Brown, Phil Morris, Brad Garrett, Jerry O’Connell, Dakota Fanning, Jason Bateman, Michael York, Gina Torres, Ron Perlman, Garrett Morris, Wayne Knight, Melissa Joan Hart, Hector Elizondo, John C. McGinley, Eric Roberts, Adam Baldwin, Dennis Haysbert, Gary Cole, Ted McGinley, Michael T. Weiss, Robert Englund, William Katt, Kurtwood Smith, David Paymer, Richard Moll, Xander Berkeley, Bruce McGill, Olivia d’Abo, Kin Shriner, Fred Dryer, Robert Forster, Dennis Farina, Fred Savage, Ioan Gruffudd, Arte Johnson, Bud Cort, Alexis Denisof, Rob Zombie, Bill Duke, Tim Matheson, Lori Loughlin, Shelley Fabares, Seymour Cassel and Lukas Haas.
Special features on Justice League Unlimited: The Complete Series include:
– Creator’s Commentary on the episodes “This Little Piggy” and “The Return”;
– “And Justice for All”: a featurette on the process of revamping the series with new characters and a new creative direction;
– “Cadmus Exposed”: Mark Hamill and series creative personnel discuss this popular series story arc;
– “Justice League Chronicles”: The series’ writers, producers and directors discuss their favorite moments among final season episodes.
Warner Archive Collection (WAC) and Warner Archive Instant (WAI) continue to serve as hosts to some of the most treasured films, television series and animated entertainment in history, particularly in the fanboy realm. WAC/WAI runs the gamut from live-action classics like Ladyhawke and Wolfen to beloved TV faire such as Superboy, Wonder Woman (1974) and Shazam! to animated greats like Twice Upon A Time, Atom Ant: The Complete Series, Secret Squirrel: The Complete Series, The Halloween Tree and The Flight Of Dragons. The most seasoned animation fan can also find plenty of Blu-ray releases of recent super hero favorites like Teen Titans Go! and Young Justice. WAC offerings can be found via wbshop.com and many of your favorite online retailers, and WAI is located at http://instant.warnerarchive.com. Get a free one-month trial now!