Fans of everything comic book definitely will be intrigued by this announcement. [i]Justice League: Heroes[/i], the upcoming DC Comics game developed by Snowblind Studios, published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, and distributed by Eidos Interactive, will have voice talent recognizable by many a comic book fan (and some video game fans too), to play some of the heroes in the Justice League.
The slate of talent for [i]Justice League: Heroes[/i] will include: Ron Perlman (Hellboy, Blade II, Justice League TV series) as Batman; Michael Jai White (Spawn, Spawn: The Animation) as Green Lantern; Crispin Freeman ([I]Viewtiful Joe[/I], [I]Kingdom Hearts II[/I]) as Superman; Courtenay Taylor ([I]God of War[/I], [I]Call of Duty 2: Big Red One[/I]) as Wonder Woman; Chris Edgerly (Drawn Together, Chicken Little) as The Flash; Kari Wahlgren (The Wild, Steamboy) as Zatanna; and Daniel Riordan (Transformers: Robots in Disguise, Star Trek: Enterprise) as Martian Manhunter. Portraying select villains will be Peter Jessop (Spawn: The Animation) as Brainiac and Carlos Alazraqui (Reno 911, Duck Dodgers) as The Key. Additionally, Ralph Garman (Family Guy, KROQ-FM Los Angeles' Kevin & Bean morning show, The Joe Schmo Show) will voice Green Arrow, one of the game's special unlockable super heroes.
[i]Justice League: Heroes[/i] will be available for the Xbox, PS2, and PSP systems this fall. Check back with MyGamer for more coverage as it arrives.