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** Tara Strong, Paula Rhodes, and Erica Lutrell voice [[spoiler: kid Batman, kid John Constantine, and kid Dr. Fate]] in the episode "Trick Or Threat".

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** Tara Strong, Creator/TaraStrong, Paula Rhodes, and Erica Lutrell voice [[spoiler: kid Batman, kid John Constantine, and kid Dr. Fate]] in the episode "Trick Or Threat".


* RealLifeRelative: Creator/SeanAstin voices both Billy Batson and Shazam, and his adoptive father [[Series/TheAddamsFamily John Astin]] voices Billy's Uncle Dudley.

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* RealLifeRelative: Creator/SeanAstin voices both Billy Batson and Shazam, and his adoptive father [[Series/TheAddamsFamily John Astin]] Creator/JohnAstin voices Billy's Uncle Dudley.


* CowboyBebopAtHisComputer: [[https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BAil-2rR7fI This]] compilation video has a list of fights between Batgirl and Harley throughout the various series. What's the problem? Batgirl never appeared in this series (though promotional art was made for her), while the clip for this series is Harley against ''Stargirl'' .



** "Supernatural Adventures In Babysitting" had Stargirl babysitting a little boy named Timmy. Natalie Lander, who voices Stargirl, also voices Timmy.

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** "Supernatural Adventures In Babysitting" had Stargirl babysitting a little boy named Timmy. Natalie Lander, Creator/NatalieLander, who voices Stargirl, also voices Timmy.


** Mark Hamill voices the Joker, the Trickster, And Swamp Thing. One of the online shorts features the latter two kidnapping Hamill himself, and Swamp Thing rescuing Hamill. He even actually '''''invokes''''' the trope by doing his Joker and Trickster voices as 'impersonations'.

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** Mark Hamill voices the Joker, the Trickster, And Swamp Thing. One of the online shorts features the latter first two kidnapping Hamill himself, and Swamp Thing rescuing Hamill.him. He even actually '''''invokes''''' the trope by doing his Joker and Trickster voices as 'impersonations'.


** Charlie Schlatter voices The Flash in the series. In one short, a ''LooneyTunes'' homage entitled "Beep Beep!," he quotes Bugs Bunny (from "High Diving Hare"). Schlatter previously voiced Ace Bunny, a decendant of Bugs, in ''LoonaticsUnleashed''.

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** Charlie Schlatter voices The Flash in the series. In one short, a ''LooneyTunes'' ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' homage entitled "Beep Beep!," he quotes Bugs Bunny (from "High Diving Hare"). Schlatter previously voiced Ace Bunny, a decendant of Bugs, in ''LoonaticsUnleashed''.''WesternAnimation/LoonaticsUnleashed''.


** John DiMaggio voices Lobo and Mongul

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** John DiMaggio JohnDiMaggio voices Lobo and Mongul

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** Chris Diamontopolous voiced Hive Master in "The Trouble With Truth" while Diedrich Bader voices him in "Time Out". Given that the latter's regular character Booster Gold appeared prominently in that episode while Green Arrow was absent, it makes sense.
** Merlin goes from Dan Donohue in "Speed Demon" to Patrick Seitz in "Hat Trick". Since the latter prominently featured Etrigan, and Brother Night was absent, it makes sense.

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** James Woods voicing Lex Luthor is not [[Disney/{{Hercules}} the only time]] he voiced the enemy of a hero who started as a simple farm boy.

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** In "Nuclear Family Values", Melissa Disney voiced the young boy named Brat.


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** Rachel Kimsey voices four characters. They are Wonder Woman, Bleez, Jackie (who's later revealed to be the Joker in disguise), and Sis.

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* StarMakingRole: Rachel Kimsey had some minor voice roles and on camera roles before, but her popularity became more pronounced when she voiced Wonder Woman here.


** Subverted with Granny Goodness, who's voiced by an actual woman, Cloris Leachman

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** Subverted with Granny Goodness, who's voiced by an actual woman, Cloris Leachman Leachman.



** While character designer Shane Glines was generally given free reign on character design, he said on his Facebook that one of the very few edicts he was given was that Superman wasn't allowed to be drawn with tights, presumably to keep in line with his new costume design from Film/ManOfSteel (Bizarro, on the other hand, was fair game when it came to the tights [[WeirdnessCoupon because, well, it's Bizzaro we're talking about]]). His design of Zatanna for the show was also forced to be toned down from his original more fanservicey idea, slightly reducing her breast size and changing her corset from pink to white to draw less attention to it. Star Saphire's design was also initially more {{Stripperiffic}}, but the final design was likewise censored.

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** While character designer Shane Glines was generally given free reign on character design, he said on his Facebook that one of the very few edicts he was given was that Superman wasn't allowed to be drawn with tights, presumably to keep in line with his new costume design from Film/ManOfSteel ''Film/ManOfSteel'' (Bizarro, on the other hand, was fair game when it came to the tights [[WeirdnessCoupon because, well, it's Bizzaro we're talking about]]). His design of Zatanna for the show was also forced to be toned down from his original more fanservicey idea, slightly reducing her breast size and changing her corset from pink to white to draw less attention to it. Star Saphire's design was also initially more {{Stripperiffic}}, but the final design was likewise censored.



* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The US and Latin American branches of Cartoon Network do little to advertise the show, with the premiere being showcased without fanfare. The series also ended up exclusively in a 7:30 AM slot on Saturdays with no reruns while [=LatAm=] airs the show randomly, probably to pad out time.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The US and Latin American branches of Cartoon Network do little to advertise the show, with the premiere being showcased without fanfare. The series also ended up exclusively in a 7:30 AM slot on Saturdays with no reruns while [=LatAm=] airs the show randomly, probably to pad out time. As with every other show on the network, it's being shoved to the side while [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo a certain other show]] [[AdoredByTheNetwork hogs up all the timeslots in a given month]].

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* RealLifeRelative: Creator/SeanAstin voices both Billy Batson and Shazam, and his adoptive father [[Series/TheAddamsFamily John Astin]] voices Billy's Uncle Dudley.

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** Trevor Devall voices Cain and Jonah Hex


* DawsonCasting: Outside of [[spoiler: kid Zatana]] , any and all young characters are voiced by adult actors.

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* DawsonCasting: Outside of [[spoiler: kid Zatana]] , any Any and all young characters are voiced by adult actors.


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** John DiMaggio voices Lobo and Mongul
** Dana Snyder voices Plastic Man and the Penguin

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* ActorExistenceLimbo: When some episodes have too many characters, they'll make the ones that just have a cameo silent. For example, Zatanna has technically appeared 8 times (9 if you count the shorts), yet she's only spoken in 4 episodes.

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