Dec 01, 2016 05:23 AM EST

'Justice League Action' Teaser Revealed; Showing More Heroes Than Usual! [WATCH]

By J Regulano
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Batman, one of the members of "Justice League," will be accompanied by more heroes in the "Justice League Action."
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Just a few weeks away from the expected drop of the first episode of the "Justice League Action" animated series. DC Comics fans are excited to know the roles of each of the other heroes being shown in the introduction of the recently released trailer.

Fans of DC Comics have already blocked their schedule on December 16, 2016, when the "Justice League Action" is expected to be launched. This new animated series seems to be very different from its past shows after its controversial introduction.

One of the best attention catcher in the recently released trailer of "Justice League Action" is the set of new heroes who will play different roles in the series. If you can remember, the most known members of the "Justice League" are just Wonder Woman, Green Arrow, Superman, and Batman. However, it is noticeable that the small heroes of DC Comics seem to also be there, as they have been part of the introduction of the said trailer. Included in the additional heroes is the brake Star Girl, as reported by the Comic Book.

In addition to Star Girl, "Justice League Action" will also feature Lex Luthor, Captain Cold, Gorilla Grodd, Lobo, and Cheetah, as mentioned by Movie Pilot in their article about the said animated series. With its first episode entitled 'Shazam Salam,' DC Comics fans are expected to see even just a bit of the characters of these new heroes.

This animated series will not be lame, like how others pertain it to be. With some touches of retro, old-school and comedy merged in one scene, seems like "Justice League Action" will get more hits. DC Universe did not just target the children below 10 years old, but with the humor they incorporated in the scripts, "Justice League Action" will also be watched by the rest of the population of millennials.

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