Superman: The Animated Series (1996)

Superman battles evil while trying to conceal his alter ego, Clark Kent.
Released:
September 6, 1996
Rating:
7.6 (TMDb) 7.9 (TVMaze)
Runtime:
30 min
Status:
Ended
Seasons:
3 seasons / 54 episodes from 1996 - 2000
Companies:
Languages:
Crew:
Robert Goodman Robert Goodman Paul Dini Paul Dini Paul Dini Alan Burnett Alan Burnett Alan Burnett Hilary J. Bader Steve Gerber Bruce Timm Show 506 more Bruce Timm Bruce Timm Bruce Timm Jean MacCurdy Shaun McLaughlin Shaun McLaughlin A.J. Vargas Glen Murakami Glen Murakami Glen Murakami Glen Murakami Jerry Siegel Joe Shuster Kei Satō Stan Berkowitz Stan Berkowitz Kazuhide Tomonaga Kazuhide Tomonaga Kazuhide Tomonaga Kazuhide Tomonaga Kazuhide Tomonaga Toshihiko Masuda Toshihiko Masuda Toshihiko Masuda Toshihiko Masuda Curt Geda Curt Geda Kenji Hachizaki Kenji Hachizaki Kenji Hachizaki Kenji Hachizaki Rich Fogel Rich Fogel Dan Riba Dan Riba Dan Riba Yuichiro Yano Yuichiro Yano Yuichiro Yano Hiroyuki Aoyama Hiroyuki Aoyama Hiroyuki Aoyama Hiroyuki Aoyama Butch Lukic Butch Lukic Kazumi Fukushima Scott Jeralds Mariko Suzuki Brandon Vietti Brandon Vietti Joe Sichta James Tucker James Tucker Junko Minagawa Kim Jae Woo Park Min Ho Atsushi Tamura James T. Walker Frank Andrina Luisa Guzman Bill Proctor Andrea Romano Joe Sandusky Mike Williams Tommy Tejeda Shin-Ichi Tsuji Shin-Ichi Tsuji Pete Elia Masakazu Higuchi John Dillon Robert Hargreaves Robert Hargreaves Robert Hargreaves Robert Hargreaves John K. Hegedes John K. Hegedes John K. Hegedes Osamu Kobayashi Lee Sun Hee Jack Kirby Everett Booth Bob Smith Scott Williams Shirley Walker Shirley Walker Lolita Ritmanis Bonnie Buckner Bonnie Buckner Joe Gall MacGregor Middleton MacGregor Middleton Nancy French Howard Schwartz Andy Lewis Michael McCustion Kristopher Carter Geno Dubois Leslie Lamers Jonathan Fisher Bob Kane Akihiko Uda Christopher Keenan Park Se Hyun Gary Graham Bob Foster Jeff Snow Richard Daskas Brit Teegarden Vicente Bassols Mike Trueba Joe Trueba Eleanor Dahlen Christopher Hooten Al Breitenbach Hector Martinez Fred Salinas Tom McLaughun Patrick Rodman Patrick Rodman Patrick Rodman Patrick Rodman Patrick Rodman David Bullock David Bullock Jim McLean Clint Taylor Koji Takeuchi Keiko Oyamada Yukio Suzuki Yukio Suzuki Noboru Takahashi Koji Miura Koji Miura Nobuyuki Koyanagi Tomoko Sakai Masae Tomino Teruhisa Yamaji Miyuki Goto Hirosi Kugimiya Yutaka Oka Yutaka Oka Keiko Yozawa Keichiro Furuya Se Won Kim Eriko Isikawa Eriko Isikawa Yosimi Nisiwaki Ye Roo Han Yasuro Honma Hiroko Yasudome Dong Ju Seo Junko Nagaoka Rieko Akamatu Harry Andronis Harry Andronis Harry Andronis Satoshi Otsubo Sayuri Nagashima Sayuri Nagashima Atsuko Tanaka Yoshihiro Kasahara Yukihiko Ichiwaka David McBride David McBride Ken Duer Aluir Amancio Aluir Amancio Jan Browning Shawna Cha Steve Jones Steve Jones Gregory Hinde Mike Vosberg Alan Simmons Paul Rivoche Paul Rivoche Shane Poindexter Phil Norwood Rick Bowman Peter Ferk Peter Ferk Eric Wight Thomas J. Maydeck Thomas J. Maydeck Gary Marullo Tracy Clark Robert Haverland George W. Stokes Hajime Matsuzaki Chuck Puntuvatana Richard Alexander Blair Jensen Blair Jensen James Bret Blevins George Brooks George Brooks Troy Adomitis Brett Blevins Kim Bowen Hiroshi Onishi Tom Nelson Nobukaza Sakuma Eric Nordberg Karl Jacobs Bradford H. Keatts Bradford H. Keatts John Voralik John Voralik Mark A. Keatts Mark A. Keatts Kelly Ann Foley Carol Iverson Athena Christianakis Woo Yong Jung Woo Yong Jung Marcos Borregales Barry Hawkins Shane Glines Adam Van Wyk Robert Fletcher Michelle Graybeal Haven Alexander Haven Alexander Sharon Bridgeman Sharon Bridgeman Dexter Smith Jim Stenstrum Robert Scottharand Marc Lumer Terry Lee Mullen Thomas Warkentin Keith Weesner Trish Burgio Steve Butz Natasha V. Garmash Scott F. Hill Kim Dahl Lisa Leonardi-Knight Tina Marcaccio Chris Staples Artin Aghamalian Michael Chutuk Bill Ohanesian Kim Pettijohn Don Devine Brenda Brummett Ana Arce Bill Ryan Rob DeSales Steve Siracusa Denise Whitfield Randy Paton Laura Macias Diane Griffen Richard Freeman Jay Weinman Brian Hoag Mary Nelson-Duerrstein Terry Pike Kim Sae Won Lee Young Hwan Oh Ung Whan Choi Seong Il Chuck Ansel Maria Womack Kelley McIntire Richard Jeremy Ahren Evan Castillo Evan Castillo Pamela MacLaren Pamela MacLaren Thomas Zellers Thomas Zellers Erin Keeler Jenny Lynn Burnett Dario Fagnani Victor Huzvar Kellie Long Joey Franks Clive Nakayashiki Liza-Ann Warren Joe Reilly Brian B. Chin Diane Kredensor Harvey R. Cohen Jung Hae Jung Han Ye Ru Cho Bok Dong Nobuo Tomizawa Nobuo Tomizawa Nobuo Tomizawa Hiroaki Noguchi Hiroaki Noguchi Hiroaki Noguchi Hiroaki Noguchi Shoujiro Nishimi Shoujiro Nishimi Shoujiro Nishimi Shoujiro Nishimi Tadashi Kudo Ayumi Shimazu Teiichi Takiguchi Teiichi Takiguchi Teiichi Takiguchi Takashi Kawaguchi Takashi Kawaguchi Takashi Kawaguchi Takashi Kawaguchi Takashi Kawaguchi Asako Oda Masahiko Dairaku Masaya Yasudome Hiroaki Akagi Kenichi Ooki Kazuko Hirai Mayu Yazawa Shin Itagaki Noriko Odaka Natsuko Iimori Choi Mi Ae Oh Kil Ja Max Becraft Makoto Shiraishi Makoto Shiraishi Mari Hitokurai Yoshinobu Michihata Takeshi Baba Sawako Miyamoto Sawako Miyamoto Yuko Subo Hisao Yokobori Hisao Yokobori Tadashi Matsuzaki Keiko Nakaji Goo Je Bong Soun Suk Hyung Kim Sung Suk Yoko Toju Sarah Tomassi Ken Dampier Drew Graybeal Kim Bong Keun Choi Se Hyun David Dorion Jairo Lizarazu Kim Jung Kwun Kim Jung Kwun Mike Manley Mike Manley Lee Jeae Dong Junko Miyakawa Tsutomu Taniguchi Shinobu Mouri Natsuko Watanabe Ronaldo Ko Jae Bong Son Suk Ho Kumi Nagumo Makiko Ohta Kouichi Suenaga Kouichi Suenaga Kouichi Suenaga Kouichi Suenaga Kouichi Suenaga Masako Odaka Mineko Ueda Masayo Fujikura Oh Oeung-Hwan Han Yo Han Son Seok Hyoung Che Pil Mook Tomoko Yamamoto Bill Fiala Bill Fiala Frances Mencia Heather Isaacs Shin Sang Kyun Kim Hyoung Seok Han Young-Han Han Young-Gil Ellen Suh Lee Young-Han Lee Young-Han Yeo Hwan-Jun Yoshihiro Ohta Shinya Nagai David A. Williams Seo Dong Joo Sandra D. Lara Eric Mahady Jae Bong Ko Jea Woo Kim Min Ho Park Ung Hwan O Sung Il Choi Sae Hyn Park Hwan Jun Yeo Hyun Ju Seo Miyoko Shikibu Masako Shinohara Eiji Yamamori Shinsaku Sasaki Takeshi Inamura Atsuko Ohtani Ikuo Kuwana Tamami Yamada Akiko Teshima David Encinas Hana Kikuchi Hideaki Yoshio Yasuhito Nishikata Hiroaki Yonebayashi Jung Woo Young Kim Bong Guen Seo Hyun Joo Yo Han Han Young Han Lee Hyung Seok Kim Young Gil Han Young Hwan Lee Hyoung Suk Kim Hwan Jun Ryu Lee Weeks Eun Soo Kim Greg DuBuque Byoung Ki Lee Bong Gun Kim Bong Gun Kim Joe Binggeli Moon Su Kim Jin Yul Lee Tom Bonzon Michele Montrose David Shin Martin Crossley Star Wirth Linda DiFranco Paul Brantley Howard Goldstein Hyo Sik Kim Yong Il Kim Sung Man Huh Scott Bernstein Linda Peterson Douglas Marshall Catherine McCollom Alistair Mitchell Cheri Phillips Julie Poulson Tae Guen Han Yun Jae Ko Yun Jae Ko Byoung Eui Kwak Sae Won Kim Jung Whan Ko Darwyn Cooke Darwyn Cooke Whan Jun Yeu Jae Chul Jung Jae Chul Jung Stephen DeStephano Stephen DeStephano In-Soo Kim Minoru Nishida Toshiyasu Okada Toshiyasu Okada Toshiyasu Okada Hideo Koide Mariko Tazaki Mariko Tazaki Setuko Sato Ken Fujita Hiroshi Tsuchihashi Yoshiaki Kubokawa Yoshiaki Kubokawa Heihachiro Tanaka Kosei Maeda Masahiko Ota Shigeko Sakuma Tsuneo Wakabayashi Yoshiko Sasaki Akio Hosoya Suk-Hyoung Son Rumi Ishiguro George Ohama Ki-Yong Jung Hiroshi Wagatsuma Hiroshi Wagatsuma Haruko Seto Ken Ito Marisuke Eguchi Kenji Kajiwara Takeshi Osaka Kinichiro Suzuki Hirochi Udagawa Jeff Gatrall Setsuko Sato Yoshiko Konno Kouki Sugawara Hyun-Woo Seo Sal Valletta Mysoung-Soup Jung Whan-Jun Yeo Sung-Il Hong Sang-Eun Jeun Dae-Hee So
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