Kevin Conroy Wants An Animated 'Justice League' Reunion

The Justice League just made its live-action movie debut and that has some people feeling like its time to get the animated Justice League back together.

The a small contingent of fans on Twitter have started campaigning for a Justice League reunion movie that would reunite the original voice actors from the popular Justice League and Justice League Unlimited cartoons of the early 2000s – which were part of the same DC Animated Universe as Batman: The Animated Series, Superman: The Animated Series, and Static Shock - for another adventure.

The @AnimatedJL Twitter account is leading the charge with a tweet stating that the owner of the account had asked voice actor Susan Eisenberg, the voice of Wonder Woman, about the potential for a reunion.

I have spoken with @susaneisenberg1 and She told me, if we want a Justice League animated movie with the original cast, we need to let WB know. Tweet @WBHomeEnt with the hashtag #JLReunion

Also, Andrea Romano will even come out of retirement to direct it!

#JLReunion

Eisenberg seemingly confirmed this information by retweeting it from her own account. Later, she retweeted a separate tweet about the Justice League reunion idea.

Now Kevin Conroy, the DC Animated Universe voice of Batman, has weighed in on the matter with a resounding “yes.”

Conroy still frequently reprises his role as Batman for Warner Bros.’s DC Universe Original Movies and for video games, so if anyone has the means of pushing for a Justice League reunion from the inside it is likely him.

That’s two members of the Justice League on board, leaving George Newborn (Superman), Phil LaMarr (Green Lantern), Michael Rosenbaum (Flash), Carl Lumbly (Martian Manhunter), and Maria Canals (Hawkgirl) to heed the call.