Justice League Action: Season 1 Part 1 Coming to DVD on October 10, 2017

Justice League Action Season 1 Part 1 DVD release date

Fans of the highly enjoyable Justice League Action cartoon series will be able to own 26 episodes from the first season when Justice League Action Season 1 – Part 1 releases on DVD on October 10, 2017.

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and DC Entertainment will be releasing the first DVD collection of the popular Cartoon Network animated series next month. You’ll be able to own the Justice League Action Season 1 – Part 1 DVD for $18.94 SRP on October 10, 2017.

Here’s the official synopsis:

Witness the Justice League like never before in this all-new animated series where the pace is quick, the action is relentless and the fun is non-stop! The “Trinity” of DC’s Justice League– Superman (voiced by Jason J. Lewis), Batman (Kevin Conroy) and Wonder Woman (Rachel Kimsey) – are joined by a galaxy of rotating allies and enemies like John Constantine, Zatanna, Booster Gold, Plastic Man, Lobo, Mr. Freeze, Black Adam and Swamp Thing. The Super Heroes must battle enemies that include space invaders and bizarre forces of magic as they try to defend Earth from Super-Villains intent on destroying the planet. No matter the threat, the Justice League is ready for the challenge.

The two-disc Justice League Action Season 1 Part 1 is packed with a star-studded acting roster, including Mark Hamill (The Joker, Swamp Thing), nine-time Emmy Award winner Carl Reiner (The Wizard), Emmy & Golden Globe winner James Woods (Lex Luthor), two-time Emmy winner Jon Cryer (Felix Faust), Golden Globe winner Christian Slater (Deadshot), Sean Astin (Shazam), Ken Jeong (Toyman), Diedrich Bader (Booster Gold), Andy Richter (Chronos), Jake T. Austin (Blue Beetle), Mena Suvari (Killer Frost), Lacey Chabert (Zatanna), Jerry O’Connell (The Atom), and Patton Oswalt (Space Cabbie). Casting also includes some clever nods to fanboy favorites of TV and film, like Michael Dorn (Atrocitus), Armin Shimerman (Zilius Zox), Peter Stormare (Mr. Freeze), Noel Fisher (Clarion the Witch Boy), Jasika Nicole (Vixen), Khary Payton (Cyborg), Robert Picardo (Harvey Dent/Two-Face).

We are delighted to bring our fans the first release of the hit Justice League Action series,” said Mary Ellen Thomas, WBHE Vice President, Family & Animation Marketing. “With action-packed adventure and a star-studded voice cast, this DVD is perfect for kids and families to enjoy together.”

The 2-Disc DVD release will have a total of 26 (11-minute long) episodes from the first season of Justice League Action.

Disc 1 includes the episodes:

  • Classic Rock
  • Power Outage
  • Night of the Bat
  • Abate and Switch
  • Follow That Space Cab!
  • Nuclear Family Values
  • Zombie King
  • Galaxy Jest
  • Time Share
  • Under a Red Sun
  • Play Date
  • Repulse
  • Trick or Threat

Disc 2 includes the episodes:

  • Speed Demon
  • Hat Trick
  • Field Trip
  • Luthor in Paradise
  • Plastic Man Saves the World
  • Rage of the Red Lanterns
  • Freezer Burn
  • The Trouble With Truth
  • Inside Job
  • Double Cross
  • Battle for the Bottled City
  • Garden of Evil
  • All Aboard the Space Train

The approximate runtime for the Justice League Action Season 1 – Part 1 DVD is 286 minutes.

I enjoy watching Justice League Action. It allows writers to showcase other characters from DC Comics in an enjoyable manner instead of always focusing on Batman, Wonder Woman, and Superman. While the comedy isn’t as wacky as Teen Titans Go!, it’s still a fun way to spend 11 minutes of your time every week.

Speaking of Teen Titans Go!, the hit show will be getting a theatrical film which currently has a July 27, 2018, release date.

Are you a fan of Justice League Action? Are you looking forward to the DVD release? Let us know.

Author: Farid-ul-Haq

Farid has a Masters in Psychology and is the author of numerous books including Arousing the Legacy, Missing in Somerville, The Game Master of Somerville, and The Escaped Murderer of Somerville. He gives us insight on comics, TV shows, anime/manga, video games, and movies. He reviews shows such as Gotham and Teen Wolf.



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