DC Universe adds two big names as voices in upcoming series. On Wednesday, the platform announced Harley Quinn and Doom Patrol will feature the talents of Kaley Cuoco and Matt Bomer, respectively. The former will voice Harley Quinn in the new animated series by the same name. Bomer will lend his voice to Doom Patrol‘s Negative Man.
Harley Quinn will chronicle Harley’s break from the Joker and her attempt to become the Queen of Crime in Gotham City. But as she mentions in this short preview screened at a NYCC event on Wednesday night, Harley wants to the show to be fun.
Bomer, meanwhile, represents the last key bit of casting for Doom Patrol. Though the characters will debut in an episode of Titans, they will be very different when their solo series debuts. Only April Bowlby, who plays Elasti-woman, will return while Timothy Dalton takes over as the Chief, Brendan Fraser voices Robotman. Diane Guerrero will also appear in the series as Crazy Jane, a character introduced during Grant Morrison’s run on the series, while Alan Tudyk will play their nemesis, Mr. Nobody. Cyborg will also appear in the series in the form of actor Jovian Wade.
Both Harley Quinn and Doom Patrol will debut on DC Universe in 2019.
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