Hellboy as Batman? Spawn as Green Lantern? Viewtiful Joe as Superman? Has the world gone mad? Nope, it still hasnt.
Warner Bros. has sent word that Ron Perlman (the guy who was Hellboy in the movie) and many others have been tapped to lend their voices to the upcoming Justice League: Heroes game. The game will feature the talent of the following:
- Ron Perlman (Hellboy, Blade II, Justice League TV series) as Batman
- Michael Jai White (Spawn, Spawn: The Animation) as Green Lantern
- Crispin Freeman (Viewtiful Joe, Kingdom Hearts II) as Superman
- Courtenay Taylor (God of War, Call of Duty 2: Big Red One) as Wonder Woman
- Chris Edgerly (Drawn Together, Chicken Little) as The Flash
- Kari Wahlgren (The Wild, Steamboy) as Zatanna
- Daniel Riordan (Transformers: Robots in Disguise, Star Trek: Enterprise) as Martian Manhunter.
- Peter Jessop (Spawn: The Animation) as Brainiac
- Carlos Alazraqui (Reno 911, Duck Dodgers) as The Key
- Ralph Garman (Family Guy, KROQ-FM Los Angeles Kevin & Bean morning show, The Joe Schmo Show) as Green Arrow
Justice League: Heroes is being developed by Snowblind Studios and will be distributed by Eidos for the PS2, Xbox and PSP this Fall.
Eidos and Warner Bros. Interactive have announced that they have signed an agreement that will see the former publishing Justice League: Heroes for the PS2, Xbox and PSP in North America and Europe this Fall.
Developed by Snowblind Studios, JL: Heroes is an action-adventure game with role-playing customization, letting players step into the underwears of Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Wonder Woman, Manhunter, Zatanna and other unlockable heroes. Each hero will possess character-specific, upgradeable superpowers, resulting in unique controls and fighting styles. Co-op will make its presence in the game in the form of one-to-two player cooperative combat.