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Injustice 3
Developer(s) Phazonworks Engineering Division, NetherRealm Studios



One-Earth Regime

Formed by Superman after he killed the Joker, the Regime takes a new policy on war and criminals: stop or be stopped - forcefully. Consisting of disillusioned heroes and mind-controlled villains, with a few exceptions, the Regime is led by Superman and Wonder Woman, with back-up from powerful metahumans, like Cyborg, Raven, and others.

Name Voice Actor History
Superman (Kal-El) Adam Baldwin
Wonder Woman (Diana Prince) Susan Eisenburg
Cyborg (Victor Stone) Alexander Brandon
Raven (Rachel Roth) Tara Strong
Nightwing (Damian Wayne) Neal McDonough
Black Adam (Teth-Adam)

(More Coming Soon)


Created by Batman to counter the Regime, the Insurgency fights to restore freedom to the world, one battle at a time. Led by Batman, this team consists mainly of heroes and villains that have their free will with them and intend to keep it that way.

Name Voice Actor History
Batman (Bruce Wayne) Kevin Conroy
Catwoman (Selina Kyle) Grey DeLisle
Batgirl (Stephanie Brown) Kelsey Landowne
Deathstroke (Slade Wilson) Mark Rolston
Zatanna (Zatanna Zatara)
Harley Quinn (Harleen Quinzel) Tara Strong

(More Coming Soon)

New Justice League

Though this new league was created during the reign of the One-Earth Regime, it doesn't answer to the Regime; while the Regime and Insurgency are busy tearing each other's throats out, this League keeps the villains under control.

Led by White Lantern and Gorilla Grodd, this League puts a new meaning to the term "rough justice".

Name Voice Actor History
White Lantern (Trent Oliver Morrow) Matthew Mercer

An emotionally conflicted person, Trent went from nephew of Thomas Oscar Morrow to leader of the White Lantern Corps, after he used a pair of powerful gloves to lead the emotional entities to a peace agreement (Butcher, Ophidian, Parallax, Ion, Adara, Proselyte and Predator) and harness all the lights in the Emotional Electromagnetic Spectrum at once, creating white light abilties and providing twists on other well-known Lantern abilities.

Gorilla Grodd Travis Willingham

With almost no alternatives, Gorilla Grodd joined up with Trent's new Justice League to ensure his tribe's survival in this new era; with his empathy helmet and his goriila strength, Grodd's brain and brawn can both be used in combat.

Doctor Fate (Kent Nelson IV) Robert Newell
Azrael (Michael Lane) Khary Payton
Red Hood (Jason Todd) Troy Baker Though he dropped off the grid for a little bit, Jason Todd resurfaced as a member of the New Justice League, ready to take out Damian for what happened to Nightwing; using various gear swiped from Gotham's supervillains, he visciously attacks foes with excessive brutality and unnecessary roughness, but not enough to kill them, as a way of honoring Dick.
Red Arrow (Roy Harper) Troy Baker
Cheshire (Jade Nguyen) Kelly Hu
Donna Troy Deena Hyatt
Starfire (Komand'r) Hynden Walch When her sister Koriand'r committed suicide out of grief over Nightwing's death, Komand'r burned with desire for revenge against Damian Wayne and Superman, who she blamed for her sister's death; adopting the Starfire mantle, Kom employs brutal force when attacking her opponents.
Terra (Atlee) Laura Bailey Best friend to the hero Power Girl, Terra fights for the memory of the JSA, destroyed when Superman began his campaign as the Tyrant of Steel; working alongside Trent Morrow as the Geokinetic member of the New Justice League, Atlee fully intends to enforce Justice in Kara's name.

Secret Society of Supervillains

Just because the heroes are fighting each other doesn't mean that the villains are out of the question. While some are drugged for the Regime or resisting with the Insurgency, the rest have collectively formed the Secret Society of Supervillains.

Though leadership shifts quite a bit in the Society, the main heads include Ra's al Ghul, the Riddler and Cheetah.

Name Voice Actor History
Ra's al Ghul Dee Bradley Baker
The Riddler (Edward Nygma) Wally Wingert
Cheetah (Barbara Minerva) Jennifer Hale
Scarecrow (Jonathan Crane) John Noble
Etrigan Christopher S. Field

Making things go from bad to worse,
This lord of hell has a rhyming curse.
Sometimes someone brave or just dumb
Will summon him and then he comes.
To Trigon, Doctor Fate and more
Etrigan has been quite the sore.
For even though he is aware
Of good or evil, he doesn't care
For he disregards bad or good
And does his own way, what he would
And now he is unleashed on Earth
The Regime is bad, but he is worse!

Arkillo Robin Atkin Downes

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