For those waiting for DC’s to join Teen Titans Go! as one of the most charming cartoons on the air, the wait is one step closer to being at an end.
At the Kre8tif! conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Twitter user snapped a photo of a slide depicting some of the characters featured in the upcoming Cartoon Network series Justice League Action.
Check it out:
Imagen de baja calidad del diseo de los personajes de Justice League Action.
— Batpedia (@Batpedia)
Kre8tif! is a conference focused on animation and licensing, so the character reveals are legitimate and match the style of the Justice League Action teaser image.
As points out, one of the most interesting pieces of this image is that Harley Quinn is in her classic jester outfit, a far cry from the more “realistic” design of the modern DC Comics.
You’ll also notice beloved DC characters like Martian Manhunter, Hawkman, Lobo, The Joker, Shazam, Doctor Fate, and Mr. Terrific — along with some others that are harder to make out in the blurry image, not to mention the trinity of Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman.
Justice League Action excited fans upon its announcement back in January when it was revealed that Batman: The Animated Series‘ Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill would be returning as Batman and The Joker, respectively, in this new series, alongside James Woods as Lex Luthor and Batman: The Brave and the Bold‘s Diedrich Bader as Booster Gold. The rest of the voice cast is yet to be announced.
The official description of Justice League Action from Warner Bros. reads:
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.
Justice League Action is scheduled to debut on Cartoon Network in the fall with 11-minute segments.