Michael Rosenbaum Calls For Justice League Unlimited Reunion

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It's been quite a while since the last episode of Justice League Unlimited. Now, as DC continues to soar in television and in film, Justice League Unlimited voice actor Michael Rosenbaum is hoping for some sort of reunion for the animated superhero television series.

Taking to Twitter, Rosenbaum decided to voice his hopes for a Justice League Unlimited reunion. The actor is mostly known for his role as Lex Luthor in the Superman series Smallville, however, he has also voiced Wally West/ the Flash in the Cartoon Network Justice League series and in the network's Unlimited Spinoff.

Seeing a throwback photo tweeted by his Justice League Unlimited co-star Phil Lamar, the voice behind the series John Stewart/ Green Lantern, Rosenbaum decided to make a little push to ask Warner Brothers for a reunion.

"Warner Brothers, kindly remove head out of butt cheeks and let's do a reunion," Rosenbaum wrote on his post, "It would cost nothing. Let's roll!"


For those who aren't that familiar with the show, the Justice League animated series aired on Cartoon Network for about two season from 2001 to 2004. The show was then followed by Justice League Unlimited which ran for three seasons, airing from 2004 to 2006 on Cartoon Network. Both shows were loved by fans and by critics, and though it's been a while since the series airings, we can't help but wonder whether or not we'd get more episodes soon. Or maybe a new Justice League animated series. After all, Warner Brothers does have a streaming platform of its own. It'd be nice to see the league return to animation again.

How about you? Would you like a Justice League Unlimited reunion? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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