More Images from “In the Beginning” and “Lost Heroes”

9:30 a.m. Legion of Super Heroes “In the Beginning”
While on a mission to rescue the Legion’s benefactor, R.J. Brande, our heroes find themselves reminiscing about how the Legion was first created by Brande and its founding members: Cosmic Boy, Lightning Lad and Saturn Girl. The episode is written by Steven Melching and directed by James Tucker.

11:00 a.m. “The Batman: Lost Heroes”
When the most powerful members of the Justice League are abducted one-by-one, Batman, Robin and Green Arrow discover the mystery surrounding their disappearance The Joining has returned with some earthly villainous assistance, and has transferred the Justice League powers into alien androids. It’s up to Batman, Robin and Green Arrow to help their JL friends regain their powers and prevent an alien invasion. The one-hour special TV movie event includes appearances by Superman, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Flash, Martian Manhunter, Toyman, Mirror Master, Dr. Hugo Strange and The Joining. The film is written by Stan Berkowitz and Alexx Van Dyne, and directed by John Fang and Vinton Heuck.

Neil Patrick Harris – Voice of The Flash in “Justice League: The New Frontier”

Somewhere between the Emmy Award nominations and the critically-acclaimed stage performances from Broadway to Los Angeles, Neil Patrick Harris still finds room in his busy schedule for his guilty pleasure: comic books and the super heroes within.

Harris is now back on the set of How I Met Your Mother but he had time during the industrys recent vacation to enjoy the transition from comic book reader to super hero actor as the voice as The Flash in the DC Universe original, animated direct-to-DVD release, Justice League: The New Frontier. In its first week of release, reviews and sales of the new film from Warner Home Video, Warner Premiere, Warner Bros. Animation and DC Comics have been equally stellar, and Harris has been particularly well received in his key role.

To voice a super hero is phenomenal, Harris said. I couldve been the sixth-super-hero-on-the-right and Id have been happy, but Flash actually gets to help save the day, so this is great.

Harris continues to peruse his local comics stores, even taking a moment during a recent interview to voice his dismay when he thought Los Angeles standard Golden Apple Comics had closed and relief when he discovered the store had simply moved from its location of nearly three decades.

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