“Castle” star Nathan Fillion dimensions his actor and voice-acting career where entertainment and superheroes are on a rolling affiliation these days. Richard Castle, Fillion’s on-air role, occurs adopting his novels’ lead Derrick Storm into a graphic novel, and the recent season four’s second episode “Heroes & Villains” the case involves a comics convention murder. Castle: Richard Castle’s Deadly Storm releases on Sept. 28. Castle’s likeness on the cover, and Fillion (on a video interview at the San Diego Comic-Con) teases that Derrick Storm may similar his appearance.
“Heroes & Villains” aired on Fox7 within the Washington, D.C. area, a local affiliate that broadcasted Fox’s comics adapted “Human Target” for Maryland, D.C. and Northern Virginia audiences.
Fillion’s connection to comics oriented projects has a link back to voice-actor as Hal Jordan for “Green Lantern: Emerald Knights”. He reprises Green Lantern on the upcoming “Justice League: Doom”, joining A-List voice-actors coming back to well-known portrayals in animated movies or TV shows.
Michael Rosenbaum (“Smallville”, “Breaking In”) will voice-act the Flash on the developing animation. Martian Manhunter regains the acting skills of Carl Lumbly (“Alias”, “The Alphabet Killer”). Bumper Robinson (“Sabrina the Teenage Witch”, “The Game”) has a voice-acting resume starring on “Transformers: Animated” and “Batman: The Brave and The Bold”.
Star Saphire, a steadfast villain on DC Comics based animated superhero TV or DVD productions, will be voice-acted from “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” actress Olivia d’Abo, who recurred the role of an elusive serial killer burring Det. Robert Goren (Vincent D’Onofrio).
Superman and Batman respectively solidify the long-term character familiarity built with fans since the 1990s game-changing TV animated series by Tim Daly (“Wings”, “In Plain View”) and Kevin Conroy (“Static Shock”, “Batman Beyond”).
“Justice League: Doom” follows the wake of prior straight to DVD and Blu Ray productions from DC Entertainment and the animation division of Warner Bros. that were stories sourced out of comic book issues or graphic novels. JLA: Tower of Babel written by Mark Waid and drawn by Howard Porter serves as the inspiration behind “Justice League: Doom”.
The “Batman Begins” recognizable nemesis Ra’s al Ghul is the foremost antagonist taking on the Justice League in this graphic novel.
“Justice League: Doom” slates a release in 2012.
TV Guide notes Lauren Montgomery (“Wonder Woman”, “Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths”) will direct. Montgomery is co-director on the Oct. premiering “Batman: Year One”.