I've listed it as Lego Batman, even though it's not really the same continuity. Brandon Vietti explains here there are three Lego Batman continuities: the games andmovies, The Lego Movie (with Arnett) and its potential Batman spinoff, and this short. Nonetheless, I think we might as well keep them together. --Tupka217 16:25, October 28, 2014 (UTC)

Yeah no point in creating three separate continuities for Lego Batman. IMO they should be handled like the DCAU comics and video games were. BTW shouldn't there be a page for the Lego movie (and it's video game tie in)? They had some substantial appearances by DC characters after all..... Tec15 (talk) 13:42, October 30, 2014 (UTC)

I'm not sure. On one hand, I'd say it's the same as a regular appearance in Robot Chicken (outside the two DC Specials). On the other hand, it was an officially licensed WB product. --Tupka217 13:58, October 30, 2014 (UTC)
I'd include it. Quite apart from Batman's supporting act, it also had the first theatrical appearance for Wonder Woman, speaking parts for Green Lantern and Superman and non-speaking cameos for Flash and Aquaman. The video game also had four playable DC characters, and it's notable because there aren't that many games where Wonder Woman and GL are playable. Also, as you said, it was after all an officially licensed WB product with a full blown DC spinoff on the way....Tec15 (talk) 14:16, October 30, 2014 (UTC)


I couldn't find a cast list, but by ear:

  • Batman: Troy Baker
  • Cyborg: Khary Payton
  • Wonder Woman, Reporter: Grey DeLisle
  • Superman: Nolan North
  • Joker: Richard Epcar (he mentioned at Metrocon this year he would be Joker... somewhere. Might be this)
  • Black Manta, Captain Cold: Kevin Michael Richardson
  • Lex Luthor: John DiMaggio

Any other guesses? --Tupka217 16:25, October 28, 2014 (UTC)

Sounds like Jason Marsden as Flash and Paul Reubens as Bat Mite, but anyone's guess is as good as mine. Tec15 (talk) 13:39, October 30, 2014 (UTC)

Oh yeah, forgot about Reubens. --Tupka217 13:54, October 30, 2014 (UTC)
Behind the Voice Actors gives James Arnold Taylor as Flash, Dee Bradley Baker as Aquaman, John DiMaggio as Joker and Nolan North as Alfred. I'd have to listen to it again. --Tupka217 14:58, November 24, 2014 (UTC)
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