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Meet “E. Nygma, Consulting Detective” on “Justice League Action” on October 14, 2017

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Justice League Action E. Nygma, Consulting Detective



Warner Bros. Animation has released a new clip, stills, and plot synopsis to “E. Nygma, Consulting Detective,” the next new episode of Justice League Action set to premiere on October 14, 2017, at 7:00 AM (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network.

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Justice League Action E. Nygma, Consulting Detective Justice League Action E. Nygma, Consulting Detective
Justice League Action E. Nygma, Consulting Detective Justice League Action E. Nygma, Consulting Detective
Justice League Action E. Nygma, Consulting Detective

PLOT SYNOPSIS
When the Joker (voice cast: Mark Hamill) traps Batman, the Justice League decides – against their better judgment – to allow Riddler (voice cast: Brent Spiner) to help them track him down.

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