The world might be caught up in the midst of a big-screen Justice League, but the older, more cartoony one might be about to make a resurgence.
From 2001-2006, the creators of Batman: The Animated Series rallied together to create a Justice League cartoon show, one that would further expand the then burgeoning DC Animated Universe and allow for stories far greater in scale. It became an instant hit, adapting plenty of DC's heroes to the small-screen and going one step further with the creation of Justice League Unlimited, a series that switched the format away from the original seven and onto the wider DC library itself.
Now, it even looks like a reunion could be on the cards. Although cancelled in 2007, the show has retained a massive cult following and reruns have aired as recently as 2014. It's still on people's minds, and it looks as though it's on the cast's too, with news today emerging that Susan Eisenberg (the voice of Wonder Woman), is keen for a movie revival of the series.
The news comes by way of the @AnimatedJL account on Twitter, which posted the following Tweet earlier this morning:
A little under a day later, and the Tweet's been retweeted over three thousand times, including by Kevin Conroy (everyone's favourite Batman), and Eisenberg herself, which would seemingly validate the account's original claim.
So there you have it, JL fans. If you want a Justice League revival, it'd be a good idea to get in on the hashtag madness early on, especially if there's a chance of bringing back Andrea Romano, and galvanising the DCAU into action once more.
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