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The Animated JUSTICE LEAGUE Cast Swaps Roles, and the Results Are Hilarious

When the cast of the animated Justice League series reunited on our Alpha series Talkin’ Toons, we asked them to travel to Middle-earth to recreate one of the most famous scenes from The Lord of the Rings. But you don’t assemble one of the greatest superhero teams the world has ever known without letting them show off what they can do on their own turf, which is why we also had them read some of their characters’ most famous and iconic lines… only we did a little bit of cast reshuffling.

Kevin Conroy (Batman), Susan Eisenberg (Wonder Woman), Phil LaMarr (Green Lantern), George Newbern (Superman), Michael Rosenbaum (The Flash), and Maria Canals-Barrera (Hawkgirl) helped us imagine how the show would have sounded if each of them had been cast to play a different superhero on the team. Or in the case of Phil LaMarr, what it would have sounded like if he were every member of the group.

Some alternate casting would have worked out just fine—like George Newbern as The Flash, or Susan Eisenberg as Superman—whereas we finally found a character Kevin Conroy probably wouldn’t be right for with Wonder Woman.

To see the rest of this reunion, full episodes of Talkin’ Toons can only be found at our online Alpha community, where it’s only one of our many great shows. If you’re not already a member, your first 30 days are free when you join for the first time. By Athena’s Shield, that’s a great offer! No matter who says it.

Which alternate casting of the Justice League would have worked the best? Which would have been the weirdest? Tell us in the comments below.

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