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DC Comics is an American comic book publisher. These have been adapted in various media over the years, including TV series and films, and have been referenced on The Simpsons numerous times.

References to DC Comics in The Simpsons[edit]


Picture Season Episode number Episode name Reference
Bart Gets Yanked.png 1 01 "Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire" During the Christmas program at Springfield Elementary School, Bart's class sings "Jingle Bells". When it comes time for the chorus, Bart pulls a prank and loudly sings the "Jingle Bells, Batman Smells" parody lyrics and is swiftly yanked off of the stage by Principal Skinner.
Fly like Superman.png 2 021 "Bart the Daredevil" When Bart tried to become a daredevil, Dr. Hibbert showed him a boy that broke his leg when he tried to fly like Superman.
The Joker.png 030 "Old Money" Batman's archenemy the Joker is seen in line waiting to explain why he deserves Bea Simmons' money.
Radioactive Man TV.png 034 "Three Men and a Comic Book" A utility belt was in the lost and found. Lisa bought a Super Lois comic book, while Bart dresses up as Bartman, an obvious take on Batman. After the children had visited a comic expo, Homer said "Give me Wonder Woman" and made an erotic growl after he said that he never knew what Superman saw in Lois Lane. In the same episode Radioactive Man and Fallout Boy are introduced, both parodies of Batman and Robin.
To the Simpsonmobile.png 3 056 "Black Widower" When The Simpsons decide to rescue Selma Bouvier from being murdered by Sideshow Bob Homer yells: "To the Simpsons mobile!", in reference to the phrase: "To the Bat mobile!" This is followed by a montage parodying the Batmobile montage from the 1960s Batman show.
Adam West.png 4 068 "Mr. Plow" Adam West, the actor of Batman in the 1960s Batman TV series, is guest star. Homer introduces him to Bart and Lisa as "Batman", but they claim it's not him. This prompts West to start bickering how they probably only know Michael Keaton and Michelle Pfeiffer (who played Batman and Catwoman in Tim Burton's film versions). He claims that Lee Meriwether, Julie Newmar and Eartha Kitt are the only real Catwoman and tries to show off by doing the Batdance. This creeps out Homer too and he leads his children away. Later in the episode West hired both Mr. Plow and Plow King, but since the Plow King was first West took his services instead. With the snow on his driveaway out of the way West quickly gets in his car while the music from the Batman TV series plays, to mimick similar scenes whenever Batman jumped into his Batmobile. Here, however, West's car just slowly chugs away at not-all-that-spectacular speed. As he drives away Barney yells: "Your secret is safe with me, Superman!"
Can Superman outrun The Flash.png 074 "Marge vs. the Monorail" When Lyle Lanley promotes the Monorail during a visit to Lisa's class a kid asks him if the Springfield Monorail could outrun The Flash, which Lanley confirms. Then, out of nowhere, another kid wonders whether Superman could outrun The Flash, which baffles Lanley, since it has nothing to do with his monorail project. So he just confirms it to move on to another question. Later in the same episode, after Marge claims that she has found a scientist, Homer asks if that scientist is Batman.
Burns Smithers poles.png 076 "Last Exit to Springfield" Mr. Burns and Smithers slide down firepoles into their basement, much asBatman and Robin do in each story in the 1960s TV series. This is accompanied by a parody of the show's theme song.
Jingle Bells ($pringfield).png 5 091 "$pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)" In revenge for being kicked out of Mr. Burns' Casino, Bart tricks Robert Goulet (who had been booked into Burns' casino) into coming to his treehouse instead. Goulet performs a jazz version of "Jingle Bells, Batman Smells".
To the bee mobile.png 6 105 "Lisa's Rival" When the two beekeepers decide to find out why all their bees have left, one of them yells: "To the bee mobile!", whereupon his colleague asks: "You mean: your Chevy?" and he mutters: "Yes." This is again a reference to the phrase: "To the Bat mobile!" Hank Azaria, who voiced the beekeeper, deliberately patterned his speech pattern after Adam West.
Batman wears tights.png 120 "Homer vs. Patty and Selma" When Bart is uncomfortable wearing tights, his ballet instructor points out that Batman is willing to wear tights.
Fold faster than Superman.png 124 "The PTA Disbands" Bart tells Principal Skinner that Edna Krabappel claimed he would fold "faster than Superman on laundry day."
The Scout Master RM.png 7 130 "Radioactive Man" One of the comic titles Bart and Millhouse pass through in Comic Book Guy's store is titled Batchick, in reference to Batgirl and Batwoman. The film makers want the Radioactive Man film to be different from the campy 1970s version, which is a reference to the fact that the makers of Batman (1989) also wanted the film to be darker in tone than the 1960s Batman TV series. The 1970s Radioactive Man version is a parody of the TV series Batman, complete with tilted camera shots, onomatopeia appearing on the screen during fight scenes, a cartoonishly portrayed villain (The Scout Master) and Radioactive Man doing a dance similar to the Batdance.
Springfield State Batman transition.png 131 "Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily" After Principal Skinner calls the Child Welfare Service, a transition appears which parodies the transitions of the 1960s Batman series.
Weekend with Batman.png 143 "Bart the Fink" When Bart opens a checking account, the banker claims that filling out the forms will be more exciting than a weekend with Batman.
Homer Silhouette.png 8 162 "El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer" When Bart and Lisa see Homer's silhouette projected into the sky because he is standing in front of the lantern of the lighthouse, Bart wonders whether it's Homer and Lisa says, "Either that, or Batman's really let himself go", referencing the Bat-Signal.
So long, Superman.png 166 "Simpsoncalifragilisticexpiala(Annoyed Grunt)cious" When Shary Bobbins leaves, Barney Gumble mistakes her for Superman.
Buttman.png 9 181 "Lisa's Sax" Bart sings a playground rhyme named "Buttman" to the tune of the theme song from the TV show Batman.
Aquaman comic.png 182 "Treehouse of Horror VIII" Right before the atomic attack destroys Springfield Comic Book Guy is reading an Aquaman comic book: "But Aquaman, you cannot marry a woman without gills. You're from two different worlds." As he notices the bomb heading towards him he mutters: "Ow, I've wasted my life..."
Mr. and Mrs. Superman.png 187 "Realty Bites" As Bart and Lisa pretend to be homebuyers for Marge, Bart introduces himself as Superman.
Homer Leader song.png 191 "The Joy of Sect" Homer sings variations of the 1960s Batman theme song throughout the episode. The Movementarians use a version of the theme song replacing Batman's name with "leader" to picque Homer's interest.
Save me Superman.png 202 "Lost Our Lisa" When stuck in a cherry picker, Homer prays for Superman to save him.
Wonder Woman Mayored to the Mob.png 10 212 "Mayored to the Mob" Mark Hamill knocks over a cardboard cutout of Wonder Woman.
Vincent Price.png 215 "Sunday, Cruddy Sunday" Vincent Price repeatedly makes puns using the word "egg". This references his role as the villain Egghead in the 1960s Batman TV series.
Batman and Robin Beyond Blunderdome.png 11 227 "Beyond Blunderdome" The Batmobile is seen in the Hollywood Auto Museum.
Comic characters refs.png 228 "Brother's Little Helper" When Bart steals an army tank, Comic Book Guy lists Green Lantern as one of the people who can make things right. Otto asks if Superman could do so, which Comic Book Guy denies.
Stretch Dude and Clobber Girl transition.png 230 "Treehouse of Horror X" During the "Stretch Boy and Clobber Girl" segment, a transition between superhero scenes references the transitions from the 1960s Batman TV series.
Superman vs. Godzilla.png 237 "Faith Off" Homer draws a picture of Superman fighting Godzilla.
Wonder Woman George Foreman fire extinguisher.png 239 "Saddlesore Galactica" The fire extinguisher Marge bought at the State Fair was endorsed by both Lynda Carter (who is dressed as Wonder Woman) and George Foreman.
The Flash.png 12 262 "New Kids on the Blecch" Comic Book Guy participates in the Springfield Marathon dressed as The Flash. After boasting that nobody can outrun The Flash, he falls into an open manhole.
Pizza Batman transition.png 13 280 "The Bart Wants What It Wants" After Marge gives Wolfgang Puck the idea to put M&M's in Rice Krispies treats, he declares, "To the Puckmobile!" in another parody of Adam West's Batman. The music from the 60s series plays over a parody of the series' transition effect.
The Thing Batmobile.png 288 "I Am Furious (Yellow)" Stan Lee asks Comic Book Guy whether he is the guy "who was stalking Lynda Carter (Lynda Carter played Wonder Woman in the 1970s TV series)? Comic Book Guy claims he is merely "courting" her. Later in the episode Lee jams a The Thing figure into Database's Batmobile toy.
Superman challened FDR.png 14 292 "Treehouse of Horror XIII" Grandpa tells the story of Superman challenging President Roosevelt to a race around the world.
ClownFace Apprehended.png 295 "Large Marge" Bart and Milhouse watch an episode of Batman where Krusty plays the part of the guest villain, ClownFace.
Comic Book Guy's disguises.png 310 "Old Yeller-Belly" Comic Book Guy goes to Springfield Dry Cleaners to get his disguises of Spock, Batman and Spider-Man. According to him, his Batman suit was shredded by The Riddler.
Batman and Rhoda.pngSuperman vs. Patty Hearst.png 15 314 "Treehouse of Horror XIV" Batman and Rhoda and Superman vs. Patty Hearst comics are seen.
FABF01.png 319 "Today I Am a Clown" In the couch gag, the Simpson family are in the Bat Cave dressed in Batman costumes. Homer is Batman, Marge, Lisa and Maggie seem to be Batgirl and Bart is Robin.
Vegetables scene transition.png 16 353 "A Star Is Torn" When the scene changes to the family eating vegetables, the transition is a parody of the transitions from the TV show Batman.
Superman did it.png 354 "Thank God It's Doomsday" When God implies that he cannot turn back time, Homer points out that Superman did it.
Batman Begins.png 18 379 "The Mook, the Chef, the Wife and Her Homer" When Bart decided to start going into the bootleg DVD business, he showed off a copy of Batman Begins.
Action Comics Superman Kryptonite.png 381 "Please Homer, Don't Hammer 'Em" Comic Book Guy says that Bart found Skinner's Kryptonite. Comic Book Guy then explains that it's Superman's greatest weakness.
Aquaman and Superman.png 395 "Homerazzi" Bart was seen reading Aquaman and Superman.
19 404 "I Don't Wanna Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" When Homer waited for the Student of the Millennium Awards to start he started to write a Superman novel.
Death of Superman.pngDeath of Aquaman.pngWatchmen Babies in V for Vacation.png 407 "Husbands and Knives" When looking through comics at the Android's Dungeon, Bart came across Death of Superman and Death of Aquaman. The first comic book is a real-life Superman title. As Comic Book Guy discovers there's another comics store across the street he exclaims: "This cannot be. It's as if Superman would move to Gotham City". Martin Prince then points out this comic book actually exists, but Comic Book Guy replies it was just a dream sequence which never happened. When Bart points out that "none of these things ever really happened" Comic Book Guy tells him to leave his store. When Lisa talks with Daniel Clowes how much she liked Ghost World he tells her that he would rather draw Batman comics and starts talking about his utility belt, much to Lisa's disinterest. Milhouse shows Alan Moore a copy of Watchmen Babies in V for Vacation - a juvenile spin-off of Watchmen and V for Vendetta - and asks him to sign it, which outrages him, in reference to his real-life dissatisfaction about media adaptations of his own work. Later when Art Spiegelman, Daniel Clowes and Alan Moore fight onomatopeia flash at the screen, just like in the Batman TV series.
Wonder Woman.png A cardboard cutout of Wonder Woman is the inspiration for Marge to open up Shapes because of Wonder Woman's figure.
No Loan Again, Naturally Wonder Woman costume.png 20 432 "No Loan Again, Naturally" When Marge tells Homer to invite Ned Flanders to the party, Homer says yes, but only if he can wear the costume he provides, which is that of Wonder Woman.
Swatchmen.png 21 442 "Homer the Whopper" Swatchmen is a parody of Watchmen.
Comic Book Guy Hulk hands.png Comic Book Guy has a poster of The Flash in his back room.
Mylar Baggins Comic Book Shop.png A statue of Wonder Woman is seen in the window of Mylar Baggins Comic Book Shop.
Everyman Captain America and Wonder Woman.png Everyman used an issue of Captain America to have the patriotism to want to save the President's life and an issue of Wonder Woman to give him the boobs to distract the guards.
Everyman Batman.png Everyman has a parody of the Batmobile. Everyman was also seen in Batman's costume.
  • One of the online users Comic Book Guy mentions is TheDorkKnight, a reference to "Dark Knight", a nickname of Batman.
  • The home town of Everyman is Gothamopolis, a combination of Gotham City and Metropolis, the home towns of Batman and Superman respectively.
Eartha Kitt.png 451 "Once Upon a Time in Springfield" Krusty was once married to Eartha Kitt (who voices herself in this episode) for six hours, but slept through five hours of them, which led Kitt to proclaim it a "cat-astrophe", in reference to the fact that she played Catwoman in the original TV series.
The Bob Next Door Chalkboard Gag.png 463 "The Bob Next Door" Bart once wrote as his chalkboard gag "Batman is nothing without his utility belt".
Batmobile.png 23 494 "The Ten-Per-Cent Solution" Comic Book Guy bought the Batmobile from the Museum of TV and Television.
24 523 "Black-Eyed, Please" After giving Homer a black eye, Ned Flanders asks Homer is he can pray for him. Homer tells him it's okay, as long as he prays to Superman. Ned refuses and Homer starts the prayer himself.
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25 532 "Treehouse of Horror XXIV" Marge, several other women of Springfield and Comic Book Guy all dress up as Catwoman for Halloween.
540 "Married to the Blob" Commissioner Sweeney is a parody of Commissioner Gordon.
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Clocks for Krypton, Superman's home planet and Bizarro Earth are seen.
In Comic Book Guy's song, he has a Lois Lane comic for the wedding special between Lois Lane and Superman.
The Just Us League is a reference to the Justice League. A parody of Wonder Woman appears on the poster.
Strawberry is dressed as the Mad Hatter. Strawberry and Milo's child is dressed as Catwoman.
Comic Book Guy says that at last they will be in the same bed, just like Batman and Robin.
542 "Diggs" Marge says the mental hospital Diggs is staying at is an Arkham Asylum type of place.
Sex in the Batmobile.png 549 "What to Expect When Bart's Expecting" Sex in the Batmobile is a reference to the Batmobile
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Several people are dressed as DC Comics characters:
Brick Like Me - SpongeBob play sets.png 550 "Brick Like Me" Bart's giant LEGO robot is made partially out of a Batmobile.
Bloc-Quaman.png Bloc-Quaman is a parody of Aquaman.
Green Hornet vs. Green Lanterne.png 27 579 "Treehouse of Horror XXVI" A poster for Green Hornet vs. Green Lantern is seen, with a special appearance by Green Arrow.
SFM - Title Screen.png 26 555 "Fland Canyon" During the title screen gag Mr. Burns flies by, dressed as Batman.
Halloween of Horror adults 2.png 27 578 "Halloween of Horror" Mrs. Muntz is seen dressed as Wonder Woman, while Sarah Wiggum wears a Zatanna costume.
Aquaman and Poseidon.png 29 620 "Springfield Splendor" A person is cosplaying Aquaman, dragging a tank with someone else inside.
624 "The Old Blue Mayor She Ain't What She Used to Be" Lisa told Marge that "Wonder Woman showed that if you are a goddess with superpowers, there's no limit to what you can do."
627 "Gone Boy" Homer mentions that Shaquille O'Neal has a Superman tattoo on his arm.
The Science of Wonder Woman.png 625 "Haw-Haw Land" At the STEM Conference, Database is seen hosting a "The Science of Wonder Woman" booth. He has boxes with the "Golden Lasso" and "Invisible Plane" on the wall behind him.
Gal Gadot.png 30 640 "Bart's Not Dead" In this episode, Gal Gadot (who played Wonder Woman in the 2017 DC film adaptation) is special guest voice. When Homer asks Gal Gadot what else she has done since The Fast and the Furious, Gadot asks him: "Did you see Wonder Woman?", whereupon Homer answers he usually immediately falls asleep whenever he sees the DC logo. He then asks her whether he may use her magic lasso to capture Gene Hackman, which Gadot refuses.
Krusty the Clown TV shows.png 647 "Krusty the Clown" Several DC shows are seen on the TV screens including: Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow and iZombie.
Marvel Christmas DC New Year.png 649 "'Tis the 30th Season" The sign at the Android's Dungeon & Baseball Card Shop says "Have a Marvel Christmas and a DC New Year".
Comic Book Guy room.png 654 "101 Mitigations" Comic Book Guy said that he was not budging, like the door of Superman's Fortress of Solitude when The Beatles tried to visit. Later, in his room, we see a Radioactive Man vs. Muhammad Ali comic book on the foreground, which references the real-life comic book Superman vs. Muhammad Ali.
Zorbot owner.png The owner of Zorbot the Geek has a Wonder Woman logo shirt.
Homer says that he and Comic Book Guy can still be friends, like when Superman teamed up with Lex Luthor. Comic Book Guy then said that was an imaginary story written by Harlan Ellison because he wanted to get fired.
The Fat Blue Line promo 3.png 31 665 "The Fat Blue Line" Jason Momoa, who played Aquaman in Aquaman, was a guest at the San Castellaneta Festival. When he came on stage, Patty and Selma referred to him as Aquaman. Momoa also had a trident and conch shell in reference to his role.
Bart Batmobile.png 676 "Bart the Bad Guy"
Michigan Batman.png 681 "Warrin' Priests: Part One" The scene transition when the Lovejoys go to Michigan is a parody of the scene transitions from the 1960s Batman TV series.
World's Lamest Comics.png 32 688 "Treehouse of Horror XXXI" Comic Book Guy told Lisa and Nelson that they had to work together, like Batman and Superman. He then showed an issue of World's Lamest Comics, a parody of World's Finest Comics, which featured the pair working together.
Comicalooza Batman Harley Quinn.pngComicalooza Lost Robins.png 691 "Three Dreams Denied"
Comic Book Guy apartment.png 695 "The Dad-Feelings Limited" In Comic Book Guy's apartment is a figure of Batman.
Un-release the Snyder Cut.png 699 "Do PizzaBots Dream of Electric Guitars?" The Shipper is seen holding a protest sign that says "un-release the Snyder Cut".
Joker Moe.png 33 710 "The Wayz We Were" One of the Moe's in the mirror resembles The Joker from The Dark Knight.
Football players and teams.png 717 "The Longest Marge" One of the teams making an upcoming pick are the Gotham Rogues, a reference to Gotham City and the Rogues' Gallery.
Pastor Pusher meme Marvel DC.png 720 "You Won't Believe What This Episode Is About – Act Three Will Shock You!" One of the "Pastor Pusher" memes has Homer labeled "Marvel" and Reverend Lovejoy labeled "DC".
726 "Marge the Meanie" Ralph tells Comic Book Guy that he wants to buy a "Batman". Comic Book Guy then asks him questions, including "Dark Knight or Adam West?"
Superman and Uber Hombre.png Marge imagines Superman, who says that he's not Superman for legal reasons and tells Marge to call him Uber Hombre. Uber Hombre then appears complained that the lack of clear copyright in his country had screwed him.
Comic Book Guy calls Milhouse "Lex Loser", a reference to Lex Luthor.
Super Infinite Super Secret Crisis War.png The comic Super Infinite Super Secret Crisis War is a parody of the DC Comics series Crisis on Infinite Earths and the Marvel Comics series Secret War.
Superman Super Bowl.png 727 "Meat Is Murder" Krusty presents a Superman bowling ball, calling it the Super Bowl.
Taxidermy scene transition.png 34 736 "Step Brother from the Same Planet" The scene transition at the taxidermy convention is a parody of the scene transitions from the Batman TV series.
The Nerd Boat.png 35 759 "Murder, She Boat" Costumes seen include Catwoman next to the Batmobile, Lewis Clark as a Green Lantern, Sherri and Terri as the Wonder Twins, Professor Frink as Mr. Freeze, and someone as Batman.


Picture Comic issue Story name Reference
Simpsons Comics
Krusty and Mr. Teeny Batman and Robin.png Simpsons Comics #31 Radioactive Homer Krusty the Clown and Mr. Teeny are dressed as Batman and Robin at the masquerade ball. An unnamed news reporter is also dressed as Clark Kent/Superman.
Burnsie on Board Superman.png Simpsons Comics #34 Burnsie on Board Mr. Burns directly quotes Jor-El from the 1978 Superman film.
If Homer Invented Golf Batmobile.png Simpsons Comics #63 ...If Homer Simpson Invented Golf! Homer fantasizes that golf carts will be replaced with, among other vehicles, the Batmobile.
Amazing Spider-Man to Zatanna.png Simpsons Comics #71 Simpson/Sideshow Sibling Smackdown Comic Book Guy reveals that he now owns the library and was replacing the old books with graphic novels from The Amazing Spider-Man to Zatanna.
Time Is No Longer My Master.png Simpsons Comics #121 The Town That Time Forgot Comic Book Guy is in his shop reading the news of Springfield's having abolished daylight savings time. Visible on the wall behind him is a poster for Infinite Christmas Crisis, a reference to the Crisis on Infinite Earths story arc published by DC in 1985 and 1986.
Marge the Sellout TV Guides.png Simpsons Comics #130 Marge the Sellout Old TV Guide covers include Superman and Wonder Woman. Later, Homer says that Bart's favorite superhero is "The Elongated Ham", a reference to Elongated Man.
Adrenaline Comics.png Simpsons Comics #145 Worst Competition Ever! Homer and Bart open their own comic book store and one of the vintage comics they have in stock is Adrenaline Comics #1, which features the first appearance of Radioactive Man. The comic is a sight gag on Action Comics #1, which featured the first appearance of Superman.
Detective Comics.png Simpsons Comics #152 In the Name of Lava! An issue of Detective Comics with Batman on the front is held by Comic Book Guy.
Batmobile It Came from the 70s.png Simpsons Comics #175 It Came from the '70s Comic Book Guy was driving a Batmobile when it was grabbed by a giant magnet Homer had bought. This caused the Batmobile to no longer be in mint condition.
Sideshow Slob Aquaman.png Simpsons Comics #186 Sideshow Slob Comic Book Guy says that like The Flash in a foot race, he's ahead of Lisa. When Comic Book Guy starts to get itchy, he says that he now knows how Aquaman feels when he goes an hour without taking a dip. The comic note then mentions that's the Silver Age Aquaman, not the Golden Age.
Simpsons Comics #192 Mutiny on the Barty The Springfield Police Department had a low budget after they bought a Batmobile, so after a week they stopped searching for the missing Bart and Milhouse.
Gdatecom.png Simpsons Comics #211 An Unconventional Romance Cloris Clane's name is a reference to Lois Lane. She also cosplays as Power Girl and has the Batman symbol on her shirt.
The Mirror Maidens.png Bartman #3 The Final Collision The Mirror Maidens are a parody of Wonder Woman.
The Jokester.png The Jokester is a parody of The Joker.
Radioactive Man
Black Partridge.png Radioactive Man #216 See No Evil, Hear No Evil! Black Partridge is a parody of Black Canary.
The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror
The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror #16 Unleash the Glavin Comic Book Guy asks "What would Brainiac 5 do?" When Comic Book Guy is about to be crushed, he exclaims "Zod in heaven!" Comic Book Guy says that he can't die with his Phantom Lady collection incomplete.
Green Lantern Comic Book Guy.png The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror Hoodoo Voodoo Brouhaha Comic Book Guy's Best Costumes Ever - Part 1 Comic Book Guy dressed up as Green Lantern for Halloween in 2003.
Klingon Batman.png Comic Book Guy's Best Costumes Ever - Part 2 Comic Book Guy dressed up as "Klingon Batman" for the Bi-Mon-Sci-Fi-Con in 2001.
Golden Age Flash CBG.png Comic Book Guy's Best Costumes Ever - Part 3 Comic Book Guy dressed up as Golden Age Flash for the San Diego Comic Con in 1980.
Bizarro World CBG.png Comic Book Guy's Best Costumes Ever - Part 4 Comic Book Guy dressed up as "Bizarro World CBG" for the Close Encounters of the Comic Book Kind Comic Book Convention in 2000.
Wonder Woman CBG.png Comic Book Guy dressed up as Wonder Woman for Halloween in 1970. He described it as the "worst Halloween ever".
Bart Simpson
The Bard's Gallows.png Bart Simpson #14 The Time Bandit! During a visit to the past, Bart sees the first issue of Justice Cartel of Earth (a reference to the Justice League of America) and identifies it as a classic.
CBG Avengers, Daredevil, Green Lantern.png Bart Simpson #24 ...Nelson Muntz's Guide to Grown-Up Nerds Comic Book Guy tells Nelson to get out of his store before he downgrades a copy of Green Lantern vs. Dick Cheney.
Easy Writer Wonder Woman.png Bart Simpson #40 Easy Writer Someone is seen dressed as Batman and someone else is seen dressed as Wonder Woman. Comic Book Guy says "for the love of Lois Lane".
Conquero the Starfish.pngThe Lesion of Super Heroes.png Bart Simpson #48 The Best Radioactive Man Event Ever! Part 2 Conquero the Starfish is a parody of Starro. Martin says that Fallout Boy getting shrapnel in his head and becoming Radioactive Man was an "Imagine That" story, a reference to Elseworlds. The Radioactive Man TV series is a parody of the 1960s Batman TV series. The Itchy and Scratchy comic The Lesion of Super-Heroes is a reference to the Legion of Super-Heroes from DC Comics.
They Think The Old West Is An Actor.png Bart Simpson #74 Into the Woods When Bart and Milhouse pooh-pooh Lisa's mention of the Donner Party as an example of the pioneers enduring hardship, Lisa tells Martin to ignore them, as "They think 'The Old West' is an actor who played Batman on TV".
Bartgirl Maggie.png Bart Simpson #78 Bartman vs. Doctor Octuplets Bartgirl is a parody of Batgirl.
If This Was Comic-Con.png Bart Simpson #97 Bart Simpson Saves the Universe Kang and Kodos abduct Bart. When Bart appears on their ship, he asks if this is Comic-Con. Kang tells him he's on their ship, and Kodos says that if it were Comic-Con, Kang would be dressed as Deadpool and she would be dressed as Harley Quinn.
Simpsons Super Spectacular
Fighting Owl.png Simpsons Super Spectacular #1 The Crimespree on Springfield 2! Fighting Owl being the opposite of Bartman is a reference to Owlman, an alternate universe version of Batman.
Three Face.png Simpsons Super Spectacular #7 The Agony and the Ectoplasm Three Face is a reference to the Batman villain Two-Face.
Bart Robin Radioactive Man comic.png Simpsons Super Spectacular #9 The Best Radioactive Man Event Ever! Part 3 Bart's sidekick costume is a reference to Robin.
Simpsons Super Spectacular #13 Splotchmen The comic story name is a parody of the DC Comics series Watchmen.
Simpsons Super Spectacular #15 Nerds of Prey The name title and the Group of Heroes references the Birds of Prey in DC Comics.

Powersauce Girl is a reference to Power Girl.
The Noir Nightingale is a reference to Black Canary.
Badgirl's costume references Huntress and her name references Batgirl.
Lisa's role is similar to Oracle (Barbara Gordon) in DC Comics.

Simpsons Winter Wingding
CBG Letter to Santa-2.png The Simpsons Winter Wingding #1 Springfield's Letters to Santa In Comic Book Guy's letter to Santa Claus, one of the things he wanted was the complete collection of Buffy action figures, to be delivered by Sarah Michelle Gellar. However, he also provided a list of substitutes he would find acceptable as delivery people, among them Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman and Halle Berry as Catwoman.
Simpsons Summer Shindig
Midday on the Midway Death of Superman.png The Simpsons Summer Shindig #1 Midday on the Midway After Homer and Professor Frink's robot collide, Comic Book Guy calls it "more cataclysmic than The Death of Superman."
In Search of Duffman's Hidden Fortress.png Simpsons Summer Shindig #6 Locked in a Brewery Homer and Barney ditch a tour of the Duff Brewery to go looking around on their own. Barney says, "Maybe we can find Duffman's hidden fortress of hangover recovery", a reference to Superman's Fortress of Solitude.
Comic Book Guy: The Comic Book
Comic Book Guy Robin death.png Comic Book Guy: The Comic Book #1 The Death of Comic Book Guy! (Part One) Comic Book Guy's world record attempt at recreating the most fictional deaths in one minute includes Robin from A Death in the Family.
Bizarro clone.png When Graphic Novel Kid meets Comic Book Guy, he says that it's like meeting his Bizarro clone.
Movie Memorabilia Auction.png Several DC Comics props are seen at the Movie Memorabilia Auction including Batman's cowl, Wonder Woman's lasso of truth, and Superman's cape.
Geeks Versus Nerds.jpg Comic Book Guy: The Comic Book #2 The Death of Comic Book Guy! (Part Two) When the geeks and nerds of Springfield take up sides against each other following the shutdown of the Internet, one of the geeks is dressed up as Batman.
Simpsons Comics One-Shot Wonders
Li'l Homer #1 Springfield's Next Top Model Kit! The Batmobile was seen at the Springfield's Ninth Annual Custom Car Show & Hot Rod-A-Rama-Lama-Ding-Dong.
Wonder Maggie Costume.png Maggie #1 She's a (Paper) Doll! One of Maggie's paper doll costumes is "Wonder Maggie", a reference to Wonder Woman.
Mr. Burns to the Rescue Robin.png The Malevolent Mr. Burns #1 Mr. Burns to the Rescue Mr. Burns opening up the "Burns Cave" and saying "To the Burns Cave!" is a parody of the 1960s Batman TV series. Burns then comes out the other end dressed like Robin.
Other Comics
Lois Lane.png The Simpsons Go for the Gold Bummer Games In a film about the first Olympics made by Homer and Bart they explained that they couldn't have the first Olympics in USA because Pocahontas was still trying to guide Lois and Clark to the Pacific. Later when they had found the Pacific they were progressive and freethinking adults so they all got married together. They illustrated this with dolls of Superman and Lois Lane.


Picture Book Reference
Burns' Bucket List - Action Comics.png C. Montgomery Burns' Handbook of World Domination Two of the items on Mr. Burns' bucket list are to acquire every existing copy of Action Comics #1 (the issue which featured the debut of Superman) and then burn them all in front of an audience at Comic-con.
CBGGQ-Superman.png Comic Book Guy's Book of Pop Culture Comic Book Guy's list of the greatest quotes of all time includes two from the Superman movie series: "I like pink very much, Lois" by Superman in Superman: The Movie and "Why do you say this to me, when you know I will kill you for it?" by General Zod (to Lex Luthor) in Superman II.
CBG Prop Display.png Comic Book Guy has props and costume pieces from several different superhero and sci-fi franchises displayed on a dress mannequin, including Batman's boots, tights, and cape.
Lazy Man Type - Procrastinator.png Homer Simpson's Little Book of Laziness In his list of types of lazy people, Homer identifies Comic Book Guy as "The Procrastinator", citing him as saying, "I'll get to the inventory, right after I blog my top twenty-five reasons why Batman cannot possibly be gay."
Little Women comic book.pngA Farewell to Arms Comic book.png
The Scarlet Letter comic book.png
In his reviews of comic book adaptations of works of classic literature, Comic Book Guy makes multiple references to the DC universe:

Regarding the Little Women of Little Women, CBG says he envisions a Team-Up issue with the Little Men, including the Atom and Doll Man.

The cover of the adaptation of A Farewell to Arms shows the main character having lost his arms, which doesn't happen in the novel. CBG justifies the depiction as artistic license, and as a supporting example cites a storyline where Superman is depicted murdering Lois Lane in outer space.

In his review of the adaptation of The Scarlet Letter, CBG says, "Hester Prynne, you have replaced Power Girl in my dreams!" Also, the cover shows Hester Prynne opening the front of her dress to reveal the red "A" on her underclothes, in a pose similar to Clark Kent changing to Superman.
Table of Geeky Delights.jpg Lisa Simpson's Guide to Geek Chic Batman (Bt), Barbara Gordon (Bg), the Batmobile (Bm), Lois Lane (Ll) and Wonder Woman (Ww) are all elements in Lisa's Table of Geeky Delights.


Picture Game Reference
Tapped Out Kearney Trick-or-Treating Costume.png The Simpsons: Tapped Out During Treehouse of Horror XXV, Kearney's Trick-Or-Treat costume is The Joker.


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Common cast members in DC film or TV adaptations[edit]


Picture Name Role in DC Comics Role on The Simpsons
Jason Alexander.jpg Jason Alexander Voiced Sy Borgman in the DC Universe TV series Harley Quinn. Voiced Bourbon Verlander in "The Caper Chase".
Will Arnett.jpg Will Arnett Played Lieutenant Grass in Jonah Hex, voiced Batman in The Lego Movie franchise and Slade in Teen Titans Go! To the Movies. Voiced Deputy Director Gratman in "Steal This Episode".
Ed Asner.jpg Ed Asner Voiced Granny Goodness in the two TV series Superman: The Animated Series and Justice League Unlimited. Voiced a Lifeways editor in the season 11 episode "Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?".
Diedrich Bader.jpg Diedrich Bader Voiced Batman in the TV series Batman: The Brave and the Bold. Voiced a sheriff in the season 11 episode "Kill the Alligator and Run".
Drew Barrymore.jpg Drew Barrymore Played Sugar in Batman Forever. Voiced Sophie in "Insane Clown Poppy".
Kim Basinger.jpg Kim Basinger Played Vicki Vale in Batman. Voiced herself in "When You Dish Upon a Star".
Angela Bassett.jpg Angela Bassett Played Amanda Waller in Green Lantern. Voiced Michelle Obama in "Stealing First Base".
Jason Bateman.jpg Jason Bateman Voiced Hermes in Justice League Unlimited. Voiced himself in "Home Away from Homer" and Max Davis and himself in "The Road to Cincinnati".
Vanessa Bayer.jpg Vanessa Bayer Voiced PB in DC League of Super-Pets. Voiced Clarity Hoffman-Roth in "A Father's Watch".
Ed Begley, Jr..jpg Ed Begley, Jr. Played Harold Farnum in the TV series Wonder Woman and Fred Stickley in Batman Forever, and voiced other characters such as Germs and Charles Collins in Batman: The Animated Series, Peter Corso in Batman Beyond and Donald Todd in Static Shock. Voiced himself in "Homer to the Max" and "Gone Maggie Gone".
Kristen Bell.jpg Kristen Bell Voiced Jade Wilson (with Slade in disguise) in Teen Titans Go! To the Movies. Voiced Harper Jambowski in "Friend with Benefit".
Gregg Berger.jpg Gregg Berger Voiced two characters in Batman: The Animated Series and other various characters in Superman: The Animated Series and Batman Beyond. Credited as guest starring in "How Munched Is That Birdie in the Window?" and was thanked in the credits of The Simpsons Movie.
Halle Berry.jpg Halle Berry Played Catwoman in the film Catwoman. Voiced herself in "Angry Dad: The Movie".
Rachel Bloom.jpg Rachel Bloom Voiced Batgirl in Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Voiced Annette in "Springfield Splendor".
Julie Bowen.jpg Julie Bowen Voiced Aresia in Justice League. Voiced Claire Dunphy, her character from Modern Family, in Family Guy's season 13 premiere "The Simpsons Guy", a The Simpsons/Family Guy crossover.
Billy Boyd.jpg Billy Boyd Played Samuelson in one episode of the DC Universe/HBO Max TV series Doom Patrol. Sang the end credits song, "The Perfect Tale", of the season 29 premiere "The Serfsons".
Kimberly Brooks.jpg Kimberly Brooks Voiced Kathy Dusquense in Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman, Cheetah and Giganta in Wonder Woman: Bloodlines, and other characters in some of the shows and movies. Has voiced Lewis Clark, and other characters, since season 32.
Pierce Brosnan.jpg Pierce Brosnan Played Doctor Fate in Black Adam. Voiced Ultrahouse 3000 and himself in "Treehouse of Horror XII".
Hannibal Buress.jpg Hannibal Buress Voiced Mr. Terrific in the series Justice League Action. Voiced Principal Finch in "The Road to Cincinnati".
Lizzy Caplan.jpg Lizzy Caplan Played Tina Greer in two episodes of Smallville. Voiced Virginia Johnson in "Kamp Krustier".
Dan Castellaneta.jpg Dan Castellaneta Voiced the Ventriloquist in The Batman and other various characters in Batman Beyond, Justice League and Legion of Super Heroes. Main cast member: Voices Homer Simpson, Abraham Simpson, Krusty the Clown, Barney Gumble, Mayor Quimby, Groundskeeper Willie, and many other characters.
Michael Cera.jpg Michael Cera Voiced Robin in The Lego Batman Movie. Voiced Nick in "The Daughter Also Rises".
Michael Paul Chan.jpg Michael Paul Chan Voiced Mr. Kim in Static Shock. Voiced Chinese spies in "Homer the Father".
Michael Chiklis.jpg Michael Chiklis Played Nathaniel Barnes in the TV series Gotham and voiced Deathstroke in Deathstroke: Knights & Dragons. Voiced the handsome quarterback in "The Town".
Jemaine Clement.jpg Jemaine Clement Voiced Sauron in The Lego Batman Movie. Voiced Ethan Ballantyne in "Elementary School Musical".
Clarence Clemons.jpg Clarence Clemons Played Darrell Hennings in the The Flash episode "Honor Among Thieves". Narrated "Grift of the Magi".
Common.jpg Common Played 'Monster T' in Suicide Squad. Voiced himself in "The Great Phatsby: Part Two".
Tim Conway.jpg Tim Conway Voiced the Weeper in the TV series Batman: The Brave and the Bold. Voiced himself in "The Simpsons Spin-Off Showcase".
Anderson Cooper.jpg Anderson Cooper Played himself in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Voiced himself in "The Kid Is All Right".
Brian Cox.jpg Brian Cox Voiced Earl Garver in Superman: The Animated Series. Voiced Kostas Becker in the two-part episode "A Serious Flanders".
Bryan Cranston.jpg Bryan Cranston Voiced Commissioner James Gordon in Batman: Year One. Voiced Stradivarius Cain in "The Spy Who Learned Me".
Willem Dafoe.jpg Willem Dafoe Played Nuidis Vulko in the DC Extended Universe movie Aquaman. Voiced The Commandant and Jack Lassen.
Andy Daly.jpg Andy Daly Voiced Two-Face, Mister Miracle and other characters in Harley Quinn. Voiced Judge Dowd in "Fears of a Clown".
Danny DeVito.jpg Danny DeVito Played the Penguin in Batman Returns. Voiced Herb Powell.
Rhys Darby.jpg Rhys Darby Played the Master of Games in Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans. Voiced Tag Tuckerbag in "Heartbreak Hotel".
Andy Dick.jpg Andy Dick Voiced Slim in the Batman Beyond episode "The Eggbaby". Voiced himself in "Yokel Chords".
John DiMaggio.jpg John DiMaggio Voiced Brother Blood in Teen Titans and Teen Titans Go! and other various characters in other shows and direct-to-videos. Voice of Bender in the season 16 episode "Future-Drama", the season 26 crossover episode "Simpsorama" and The Simpsons Game.
Robin Atkin Downes.jpg Robin Atkin Downes Voiced other various characters in shows, direct-to-videos and video games. Voiced several British men in "The 7 Beer Itch".
Rachel Dratch.jpg Rachel Dratch Voiced Negative Girl in Teen Titans Go! and Nora Freeze and Queen Hippolyta in Harley Quinn. Voiced the Bostonian doctor in "The Town".
Robert Englund.jpg Robert Englund Voiced Felix Faust in Justice League, The Riddler in The Batman and Scarecrow in the video game Injustice 2. Voiced Freddy Krueger, the character he played on Nightmare on Elm Street, in the season 10 episode "Treehouse of Horror IX".
R. Lee Ermey.jpg R. Lee Ermey Voiced Wildcat in the TV series Batman: The Brave and the Bold. Voiced Leslie Hapablap in "Sideshow Bob's Last Gleaming" and "Waiting for Duffman".
Morgan Fairchild.jpg Morgan Fairchild Played Miranda in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. Voiced Vivienne St. Charmaine in "Podcast News"
Fall Out Boy.jpg Fall Out Boy Voiced themselves in a special Teen Titans Go! mini-series. Voiced the end credits performers in "Lisa the Drama Queen".
Miriam Flynn.jpg Miriam Flynn Voiced a Zaftig Lady in The New Batman Adventures, a VidNews Anchor in Batman Beyond and Miss Pettibone in Static Shock. Voiced Ms. Barr in "Moaning Lisa".
Robert Forster.jpg Robert Forster Voiced a president in two episodes of Justice League Unlimited during the four-part Cadmus story arc. Voiced Lucky Jim in "Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes".
Brendan Fraser.jpg Brendan Fraser Voiced Robotman in the DC Universe TV series Doom Patrol. Voiced Brad in "King of the Hill".
Gal Gadot.jpg Gal Gadot Played Wonder Woman in the DC Extended Universe. Voiced herself in "Bart's Not Dead".
Zach Galifianakis.jpg Zach Galifianakis Voiced The Joker in The Lego Batman Movie. Voiced Lucas Bortner in "Luca$".
Victor Garber.jpg Victor Garber Voiced Sinestro in Green Lantern: First Flight and played Martin Stein/Firestorm in the Arrowverse such as The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Vixen, Supergirl, and Arrow. Voiced Michael de Graaf in "Portrait of a Lackey on Fire".
Brian George.jpg Brian George Voiced Jazzman in Batman: The Animated Series, Samir, Jace and Padu Banjahri in Batman Beyond, and Parasite, Morgan Edge and Mr. President in Justice League. Voiced several British men in "The 7 Beer Itch" and "The Man from G.R.A.M.P.A.".
Sara Gilbert.jpg Sara Gilbert Played herself in Supergirl. Voiced Laura Powers in "New Kid on the Block".
Seth Green.jpg Seth Green Voiced Nelson Nash in Batman Beyond and King Kong in The Lego Batman Movie. Executive producer for Robot Chicken couch gag and voiced Chris Griffin in "The Simpsons Guy".
Grey Griffin.jpg Grey Griffin Voiced Catwoman and other various characters in shows, direct-to-videos and video games. Voice of Martin Prince and Sherri and Terri Mackleberry from Season 31 - Present.
Greg Grunberg.jpg Greg Grunberg Voiced Steel Maxim in Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay. Voiced the Bad Robot security guard in "Do PizzaBots Dream of Electric Guitars?".
Larry Hagman.jpg Larry Hagman Played an army major in 1978 movie Superman. Voiced Wallace Brady in "The Monkey Suit".
Mark Hamill.jpg Mark Hamill Voiced The Joker in Batman: The Animated Series. Voiced himself and Leavelle in "Mayored to the Mob".
David Harbour.jpg David Harbour Played Dexter Tolliver in the DC Extended Universe film Suicide Squad. Voiced Fred Kranepool in the season 32 episode "Undercover Burns".
Pamela Hayden.jpg Pamela Hayden Voiced Geena in one episode of The New Batman Adventures. Voice of Milhouse Van Houten, Rod Flanders and Jimbo Jones along with numerous other minor characters.
Jess Harnell.jpg Jess Harnell Had provided the singing voice for Elvis Presley in Legends of Tomorrow. Voiced Charlton Heston in the Season 13 episode "The Parent Rap".
Anne Hathaway.jpg Anne Hathaway Played Catwoman in The Dark Knight Rises. Voiced Jenny in "The Good, the Sad, and the Drugly" and "Moonshine River", and Princess Penelope in "Once Upon a Time in Springfield".
Jonah Hill.jpg Jonah Hill Voiced Hal Jordan/Green Lantern in The Lego Movie franchise. Voiced Andy Hamilton in "Pranks and Greens".
Jan Hooks.jpg Jan Hooks Played Jen in Batman Returns. Voiced Manjula Nahasapeemapetilon in six episodes between season 9 and season 14.
Jeremy Irons.jpg Jeremy Irons Played Alfred Pennyworth in the DC Extended Universe. Voiced Raggy in "Moe Goes from Rags to Riches".
Eddie Izzard.jpg Eddie Izzard Voiced Lord Voldemort in The Lego Batman Movie. Voiced Queen Elizabeth II, Nigel Bakerbutcher, and Prince Charles in "To Surveil with Love".
LeBron James.jpg LeBron James Voiced himself in Teen Titans Go!. Voiced himself in "Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass".
Ricky Jay.jpg Ricky Jay Voiced the voice in Robin's head in one episode of Teen Titans Go!. Voiced himself in "The Great Simpsina".
Stacy Keach.jpg Stacy Keach Voiced the Phantasm and Carl Beaumont in Batman: Mask of the Phantasm, Robert Vance in Batman Beyond and Roland De Fleures in The Zeta Project. Voiced Howard K. Duff VIII in "Hungry, Hungry Homer", "Old Yeller-Belly", "Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play", "Waiting for Duffman" and "Havana Wild Weekend". He also voiced Don Bookner in "Bart's New Friend".
Michael Keaton.jpg Michael Keaton Played Batman in Batman (1989) and Batman Returns (1992). Voiced Jack Crowley in "Pokey Mom".
Ellie Kemper.jpg Ellie Kemper Voiced Phyllis in The Lego Batman Movie. Voiced Mary Tannenbaum in "A Springfield Summer Christmas for Christmas".
Richard Kind.jpg Richard Kind Played Aubrey James in the TV series Gotham. Voiced The A Christmas Ornament for Christmas director in "A Springfield Summer Christmas for Christmas".
Joey King.jpg Joey King Played young Talia al Ghul in The Dark Knight Rises. Voiced Addy in "The Hateful Eight-Year-Olds".
Eartha Kitt.jpg Eartha Kitt Played Catwoman in the TV series Batman. Voiced herself in "Once Upon a Time in Springfield".
Christine Lakin.jpg Christine Lakin Voiced a reporter in Batman: Bad Blood. Voiced Joyce Kinney in "The Simpsons Guy".
Maurice LaMarche.jpg Maurice LaMarche Voiced other various characters in shows, direct-to-videos and video games. Has voiced many different characters in many episodes.
Phil LaMarr.jpg Phil LaMarr Voiced John Stewart/Green Lantern and Static Shock in the DC Animated Universe. Voiced Hermes Conrad in the season 26 crossover episode "Simpsorama" and voiced the auctioneer and male party guest in the season 28 episode "The Great Phatsby: Part One".
David Lander.jpg David Lander Voiced Nitro in Batman: The Animated Series, Sqweek in a two-part episode of Superman: The Animated Series and Ch'p in Green Lantern: First Flight. Voiced Squiggy, his character from Laverne & Shirley, in "Helter Shelter".
Lucy Lawless.jpg Lucy Lawless Voiced Wonder Woman in the direct-to-video film Justice League: The New Frontier. Voiced herself and Xena in "Treehouse of Horror X".
Cloris Leachman.jpg Cloris Leachman Played Hippolyta in the TV series Wonder Woman. Voiced Alice Glick in "Three Men and a Comic Book".
Stan Lee.jpg Stan Lee Voiced himself in Teen Titans Go! To the Movies. Voiced himself in "I Am Furious (Yellow)", "Married to the Blob" and "The Caper Chase".
Dawnn Lewis.jpg Dawnn Lewis Voiced Brickhouse in Static Shock. Has voiced many different characters in many episodes.
Jonathan Lipow Voice of Monsieur Mallah in Doom Patrol. Voiced the wolverine in "Pixelated and Afraid" and Axel in "Boyz N the Highlands".
Eric Lopez.jpg Eric Lopez Voiced Blue Beetle in Young Justice and Infinite Crisis. Voice of Bumblebee Man from Season 32 - Present.
Jon Lovitz.jpg Jon Lovitz Voiced Sid Sharp in Justice League Action. Voiced Professor Lombardo, Aristotle Amadopolis, Artie Ziff, Llewellyn Sinclair and Jay Sherman.
William H. Macy.jpg William H. Macy Voiced a director in Superman: The Animated Series and Aaron Herbst and Karros in Batman Beyond. Voiced himself in "Homer's Paternity Coot".
Tress MacNeille.jpg Tress MacNeille Voiced other characters in various animated shows and Selina Kyle in Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part Two. Regular voice actress for the show, voicing many characters.
Joe Mantegna.jpg Joe Mantegna Voiced a Crooner in Justice League: The New Frontier. Regular voice actor for Fat Tony. Also voiced himself in the season 3 episode "Bart the Murderer".
Marc Maron.jpg Marc Maron Played Gene Ufland in Joker. Voiced himself in "The Clown Stays in the Picture".
Andrea Martin.jpg Andrea Martin Voiced Mighty Mom in Batman: The Animated Series and Mad Harriet in Superman: The Animated Series. Voiced Apu Nahasapeemapetilon's mother in "The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilons".
Karen Maruyama.jpg Karen Maruyama Voiced Kim in Static Shock and Tsukuri in Justice League. Voiced a Dancer 2 in the season 8 episode "In Marge We Trust" and a Japanese stewardess in the season 10 episode "Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo".
Debi Mazar.jpg Debi Mazar Played Spice in Batman Forever. Voiced Minnie Szyslak in "King Leer".
Michael McKean.jpg Michael McKean Voiced 50s Joker in The New Batman Adventures, Ian Peek in Batman Beyond, Sportsman in Justice League, and Dr. Bartholomew Wolper in Batman: The Dark Knight Returns. Voiced David St. Hubbins in "The Otto Show" and Jerry Rude in "Monty Can't Buy Me Love".
Sam McMurray.jpg Sam McMurray Voiced Pierce in Batman: The Animated Series, Ernie in The New Batman Adventures Harry Tully, Mr. Cunningham and a bum in Batman Beyond, Harry Lux in The Zeta Project, Gilbert Halestrom and Jerry in Justice League Unlimited, and Anchor Ted in Batman: The Dark Knight Returns. Voiced a Duff commercial narrator and an Springfield Nuclear Power Plant employee in "Homer's Odyssey" and Gulliver Dark in "Homer's Night Out".
Jason Momoa.jpg Jason Momoa Played Aquaman in the DC Extended Universe. Voiced himself in "The Fat Blue Line".
Cory Monteith.jpg Cory Monteith Played a frat cowboy in Smallville. Voiced Flynn in "Elementary School Musical".
Elisabeth Moss.jpg Elisabeth Moss Voiced Kimmy Ventrix in Batman: The Animated Series and Arisia Rrab in Green Lantern: Emerald Knights. Voiced Gretchen in "Labor Pains".
Martin Mull.jpg Martin Mull Played Marlin Pfinch-Lupus in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. Voiced Seth in "D'oh-in' in the Wind".
Megan Mullally.jpg Megan Mullally Voiced Cindy in Batman: The Animated Series. Voiced Sarah Wiggum in "Uncut Femmes".
Frankie Muniz.jpg Frankie Muniz Voiced himself in Harley Quinn. Voiced Thelonious in "Trilogy of Error".
Charles Napier.jpg Charles Napier Voiced General Hardcastle in Superman: The Animated Series and Justice League Unlimited, and Killgore Steed in The Batman. Voicd The Warden in "Pokey Mom" and "The Wandering Juvie", Grant Connor in "The Fat and the Furriest", and Officer Krackney in "The Seven-Beer Snitch".
Jason Nash.jpg Jason Nash Voiced Bullwhip in Batman Beyond. Voiced the Southie criminals and the Philanthropic Southies in "The Town".
Liam Neeson.jpg Liam Neeson Played Ra's al Ghul in Batman Begins and The Dark Knight Rises. Voiced Father Sean in "The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star".
Nichelle Nichols.jpg Nichelle Nichols Voiced Thoth Khepera in Batman: The Animated Series. Voiced herself in "Simple Simpson".
Conan O'Brien.jpg Conan O'Brien Voiced David Endocrine in Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part Two, the Riddler in The Lego Batman Movie and himself in Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. Voiced himself in "Bart Gets Famous".
Shaquille O'Neal.jpg Shaquille O'Neal Played Steel in the movie Steel and voiced himself in Static Shock and in The Lego Movie. Voiced himself in "Gone Boy".
Edward James Olmos.jpg Edward James Olmos Voiced Chief Angel Rojas in The Batman. Voiced the pit master in the Season 27 episode "'Cue Detective".
Patton Oswalt.jpg Patton Oswalt Voiced Eldon Michaels in the Batman Beyond episode "Sentries of the Last Cosmos", Specs in Static Shock, and the Atom in Teen Titans Go! To the Movies. Voiced T-Rex in "The Day the Earth Stood Cool" and Bart's guilt in "The Cad and the Hat".
Butch Patrick.jpg Butch Patrick Played Jack in one episode of the TV series Shazam!. Voiced himself in the season 11 episode "Eight Misbehavin'" and was credited for a guest appearance in the season 11 episode "Behind the Laughter", although only his picture was used.
Rhea Perlman.jpg Rhea Perlman Played Golda in Harley Quinn. Voiced Carla Tortelli, her character from Cheers, in "Fear of Flying".
Michelle Pfeiffer.jpg Michelle Pfeiffer Played Catwoman in Batman Returns (1992). Voiced Mindy Simmons in "The Last Temptation of Homer".
Natalie Portman.jpg Natalie Portman Played Evey Hammond in the film V for Vendetta. Voiced Darcy in the season 18 episode "Faith Off" and in the season 24 episode "Moonshine River".
Parker Posey.jpg Parker Posey Played Kitty Kowalski in Superman Returns. Voiced Becky in "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge".
Chris Redd.jpg Chris Redd Played a Comedy Club Emcee in Joker. Voiced Trevor McBride in "Girls Just Shauna Have Fun".
Christina Ricci.jpg Christina Ricci Voiced Terra in direct-to-video film Teen Titans: The Judas Contract. Voiced Erin in the season 7 episode "Summer of 4 Ft. 2".
Kevin Michael Richardson.jpg Kevin Michael Richardson Voiced other characters in various shows and shorts. Has voiced many different characters in many episodes.
Tim Robbins.jpg Tim Robbins Played Senator Robert Hammond in Green Lantern. Voiced Jim Hope in "Grift of the Magi".
Kimmy Robertson.jpg Kimmy Robertson Voiced Alice in Batman: The Animated Series and Margo in Batman Beyond. Voiced Samantha Stanky in "Bart's Friend Falls in Love".
Alex Rocco.jpg Alex Rocco Voiced Carmine Falcone in Batman: Year One. Voiced Roger Meyers, Jr.
Al Roker.jpg Al Roker Voiced a weatherman in Superman: The Animated Series. Voiced himself in "Moonshine River".
Stephen Root.jpg Stephen Root Voiced Arnos Howell in Superman: The Animated Series, Catman in a two-part Justice League episode, Val-Yor in Teen Titans, Woozy Winks, the Penguin, Planet Master, and Killer Croc in the TV series Batman: The Brave and the Bold, and Zor-El in Superman: Unbound. Voiced Bildorf in the season 32 episode "Wad Goals".
Charlie Rose.jpg Charlie Rose Played himself in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Voiced himself in "Kill the Alligator and Run".
Jeff Ross.jpg Jeff Ross Voiced himself in Batman: The Brave and the Bold. Voiced himself in "Clown in the Dumps".
Natasha Rothwell.jpg Natasha Rothwell Played Carol Thomas in Wonder Woman 1984. Voiced Bette in "Uncut Femmes".
Peter Serafinowicz.jpg Peter Serafinowicz Voiced Phantom Stranger in DC Showcase: The Phantom Stranger. Voiced the Google-Disney CEO in "Krusty the Clown".
Brooke Shields.jpg Brooke Shields Voiced Julia in The Batman and Carol Ferris in Justice League: The New Frontier. Voiced herself in "The Front".
Sab Shimono.jpg Sab Shimono Voiced the Master in one Justice League Unlimited episode and K3NT in Legion of Super Heroes. Voiced master sushi chef in the season 2 episode "One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish", Mr. Sparkle in the season 8 episode "In Marge We Trust", and a Gruff Japanese sailor in the season 18 episode "The Wife Aquatic".
James Sie.jpg James Sie Voiced General Kwan and Wind Dragon in two episodes of Justice League Unlimited, and the Atom/Ryan Choi in Batman: The Brave and the Bold. Voiced the Lama in "Wad Goals".
J. K. Simmons.jpg J. K. Simmons Voiced General Wade Eiling and Mantis in Justice League Unlimited, and played Commissioner James Gordon in Justice League. Reprised his role as J. Jonah Jameson in "Moe'N'a Lisa", voiced a tabloid editor in "Homerazzi", JJ Gruff in the season 29 episode "3 Scenes Plus a Tag from a Marriage", Dr. Jessup in the season 30 episode "Daddicus Finch" and Victor Kleskow in the season 30 episode "Girl's in the Band".
Tiya Sircar.jpg Tiya Sircar Voiced Dolphin in Young Justice. Voiced Erin in "Uncut Femmes".
Jenny Slate.jpg Jenny Slate Voiced Harley Quinn in The Lego Batman Movie. Voiced Piper Paisley in "Crystal Blue-Haired Persuasion".
Kevin Smith.jpg Kevin Smith Voiced a Grumpy Man in Superman: Doomsday and himself in Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham and Teen Titans: The Judas Contract. Voiced himself in "Highway to Well".
J. B. Smoove.jpg J. B. Smoove Voice of Frank the Plant in Harley Quinn. Voiced DJ Kwanzaa in the season 22 episode "Angry Dad: The Movie".
Cobie Smulders.jpg Cobie Smulders Played Shannon Bell in Smallville, and voiced Wonder Woman in The Lego Movie. Voiced Hydrangea in the season 31 episode "Bart the Bad Guy".
Brent Spiner.jpg Brent Spiner Voiced The Joker in Young Justice and The Riddler in Justice League Action. Voiced the A9000 Robots in "Them, Robot".
Wanda Sykes.jpg Wanda Sykes Voiced Queen of Fables in Harley Quinn. Voiced Springfield Elementary School therapist in "What Animated Women Want".
George Takei.jpg George Takei Voiced Mister Fixx in Batman Beyond. Voiced Akira Kurosawa in "One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish", a waiter in "A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love", Wink the quizmaster in "Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo", and a sushi chef in "What Animated Women Want". He voiced himself in "The Burns Cage".
Channing Tatum.jpg Channing Tatum Voiced Superman in The Lego Movie franchise. Voiced himself in "Steal This Episode".
Ron Taylor.jpg Ron Taylor Voiced an orderly and Torchy in one episode of Batman: The Animated Series. Voice of Bleeding Gums Murphy.
Dave Thomas.jpg Dave Thomas Voiced Harv Hickman and Ernst in two episodes of Justice League. Voiced Rex Banner in the Season 8 episode "Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment" and Bob Hope in the Season 17 episode "Bart Has Two Mommies".
Lauren Tom.jpg Lauren Tom Voiced Angela Chan in Superman: The Animated Series, Dana Tan in Batman Beyond, Agent Lee in Static Shock, and Jinx and Gizmo in Teen Titans and Teen Titans Go!. Voiced Amy Wong in the season 26 crossover episode "Simpsorama".
Neil deGrasse Tyson.jpg Neil deGrasse Tyson Played himself in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Voiced himself in "The Caper Chase".
Bob Uecker.jpg Bob Uecker Voiced himself in Teen Titans Go!. Interviewed in the documentary Springfield of Dreams: The Legend of Homer Simpson.
Patrick Warburton.jpg Patrick Warburton Voiced Superman in an American Express commercial and Cash Tankenson in The Batman. Voiced Joe Swanson in "The Simpsons Guy".
Burt Ward.jpg Burt Ward Played Robin in the TV series Batman. Voiced Robin in "Large Marge".
Gedde Watanabe.jpg Gedde Watanabe Voiced Repeller/Dr. Suzuki and Principal Nakamura in Batman Beyond. Voiced a factory foreman in the season 8 episode "In Marge We Trust" and a Japanese man and waiter in the season 10 episode "Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo".
Steven Weber.jpg Steven Weber Voiced J. Carroll Corcoran in The New Batman Adventures, Eugene Dolan in The Zeta Project and Alfred Pennyworth in Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders, Batman vs. Two-Face and in the Scooby-Doo show Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?. Voiced Neil in the Season 9 episode "King of the Hill".
Frank Welker.jpg Frank Welker Voiced other various characters in shows and direct-to-videos. Voice of Santa's Little Helper.
Adam West.jpg Adam West Played Batman in the TV series Batman. Voiced himself in "Mr. Plow", Batman in "Large Marge", and Quahog Mayor Adam West in the Family Guy crossover episode "The Simpsons Guy".
Billy West.jpg Billy West Voiced Skeets in Justice League Unlimited and other characters in various shows. Voiced Zoidberg in The Simpsons Game and voiced Philip J. Fry, Zoidberg, and Professor Farnsworth in season 26 crossover episode "Simpsorama".
Kristen Wiig.jpg Kristen Wiig Played the Cheetah in Wonder Woman 1984. Voiced Calliope Juniper in the season 22 episode "Flaming Moe" and Annie Crawford in the season 25 episode "Homerland".
Fred Willard.jpg Fred Willard Played President Garner in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. Voiced Wally Kogen in "Sunday, Cruddy Sunday".
Treat Williams.jpg Treat Williams Voiced Dr. Archilles Milo in Batman: The Animated Series. Voiced himself in "A Totally Fun Thing Bart Will Never Do Again".
Paul Winfield.jpg Paul Winfield Voiced Earl Cooper in Batman: The Animated Series and D.A. Sam Young in Batman Beyond. Voiced Lucius Sweet in the season 8 episode "The Homer They Fall" and the season 9 episode "The Trouble with Trillions".
Henry Winkler.jpg Henry Winkler Voiced Ambush Bug in an episode of Batman: The Brave and the Bold. Voiced Ramrod in the episode "Take My Wife, Sleaze".
James Woods.jpg James Woods Voiced Owlman in the direct-to-video film Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths and Lex Luthor in the series Justice League Action. Voiced himself in "Homer and Apu" and the Springfield and Quahog versions of himself in Family Guy's season 13 premiere "The Simpsons Guy", a The Simpsons]/Family Guy crossover.
"Weird Al" Yankovic.jpg "Weird Al" Yankovic Voiced Dollmaker in Batman vs. Robin and Darkseid in Teen Titans Go! and Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans, along with Gentleman Ghost in the crossover. Voiced himself in "Three Gays of the Condo" and "That '90s Show".
Michael York.jpg Michael York Voiced Count Vertigo and Dr. Kane in Batman: The Animated Series, Kanto in Superman: The Animated Series and Ares in Justice League Unlimited. Voiced Mason Fairbanks in the season 17 episode "Homer's Paternity Coot", Lionel Budgie in the season 27 episode "Lisa the Veterinarian" and the season 28 episodes "Pork and Burns" and "Dogtown", Nigel in the season 28 episode "Moho House", and Clayton in the season 31 episode "The Way of the Dog".
Keone Young.jpg Keone Young Voiced Dr. Ho in Batman Beyond, Mr. Lee in Static Shock, Arthur Chin in Justice League, Katarou in Teen Titans and Teen Titans Go!, Hideo Katsu in The Batman, Uehara Daizo, Saico-Tek and a chef in Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo, a sensei in Young Justice and Rumi Mori in the video game Batman: The Enemy Within. Voiced Sakatumi in "Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo".
Rob Zombie.jpg Rob Zombie Voiced Icthultu in the Justice League TV series. Wrote the comic story House of a Thousand Donuts.


Picture Name Role in DC Comics Role on The Simpsons
Lorne Balfe.jpg Lorne Balfe Composed the music for The Lego Batman Movie. Composed additional music for The Simpsons Movie and for the album The Simpsons Movie: The Music.
Danny Elfman.jpg Danny Elfman Composed the music for the 1989 film Batman and its sequel Batman Returns, including the main title and end title of Batman: The Animated Series and the 2017 film Justice League. Composed the Simpsons theme song.
Michael Giacchino.jpg Michael Giacchino Composed the music for 2022 film The Batman. Composed additional music for the Medal of Homer level for The Simpsons Game and composed the song "World's Worst Internet Troll" for the season 32 episode "Do PizzaBots Dream of Electric Guitars?".
Andrew Kreisberg.jpg Andrew Kreisberg Creator of Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, and Legends of Tomorrow. Writer and story editor from season 13 to 15.
Alan Moore.jpg Alan Moore Scriptwriter of Watchmen. Voiced himself in "Husbands and Knives".
Hans Zimmer.jpg Hans Zimmer Composed the music for The Dark Knight trilogy, Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and Wonder Woman 1984. Currently serves as a score producer for Bleeding Fingers Music for The Simpsons. He also composed the music for The Simpsons Movie, The Simpsons Game and the special episode The Longest Daycare. He also conducted "Spider-Pig" in The Simpsons Take the Bowl.

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