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First Justice League Action Clips Star Hamill's Joker, Conroy's Batman

With the anticipated debut of "Justice League Action" on Cartoon Network just a few weeks away -- the show arrives November 27 -- the first clips from the DC Comics-based series have made their way online.

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In the first, Mark Hamill and Kevin Conroy return to voice the Joker and Batman, as the Clown Prince of Crime goes face to face with Superman's foe, Mongul.

Next, Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and Cyborg find themselves under the thrall of Toyman. Batman is not amused, but Cyborg, voiced by "Teen Titans Go!'s" Khary Payton, can't help but be impressed with the villain's tech.

Finally, we take a look into the past as Batman watches his own first encounter with Carmine Falcone thanks to the time-traveling machinations of Chronos. Luckily for Batman, Blue Beetle's also along for the time-tossed ride.

The animated series, which will be released in 11-minute installments, sees the return of Conroy and Hamill as the voices of Batman and the Joker, respectively, along with James Woods as Lex Luthor, Diedrich Bader as Booster Gold and more.

Executive produced by Warner Bros. Animation president Sam Register, and produced by DC animation vets Butch Lukic, Alan Burnett and Jim Krieg, “Justice League Action” premieres Nov. 27 on Cartoon Network.

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