One of the main selling points of Warner Brother’s new MultiVersus game is the prestigious list of voice actors brought on to portray the cast of characters.

MultiVersus is a brand new crossover fighting game featuring the familiar characters of Warner Brothers franchises. Announced on November 18th, the game is set to feature over a dozen fighters from different cartoons, movies, and TV series under the Warner Brothers banner—and all of them voiced by recognizable talents.

The move to cast such big-name voice actors is a clear response to one of the games primary rivals, Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl. That game famously lacked much of the voice acting you’d have expected from its cast of zany Nickelodeon characters. But MutliVersus looks to not make the same mistake, and has cast voice actors, and mainstream actors to each of their characters.

For a full list of all the included characters and voice actors, keep reading.

MultiVersus Full Roster and Voice Actor List

Batman – voiced by Kevin Conroy

Most recognisable for his portrayal of Batman in 1992’s Batman: The Animated Series, to many Kevin Conroy is the definitive voice of Batman.

Superman – voiced by George Newbern

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Another Animated Series voice actor, George Newborne portrayed Superman in the Justice League and Just League Unlimited series.

Wonder Woman – voiced by Abby Trott

Abby Trott portrayed Wonder Woman in the Justice League and Justice League Unlimited shows.

Harley Quinn – voiced by Tara Strong

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One of the most recognizable voice talents on this list, chances are if you’ve ever watched a cartoon, you’ve heard Tara Strong’s voice. Timmy Turner, Bubbles from the Power Puff Girls, and Harley Quinn, her voice credits are seemingly endless!

Shaggy – voiced by Matthew Lillard

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From portraying Shaggy on the big screen to becoming his default voice actor, Matthew Lillard has truly made Shaggy his own.

Bugs Bunny, Tom and Jerry Voice Actor – Eric Bauza

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Eric Bauza plays triple-duty in MultiVersus, as the voice actor for Bugs Bunny, Tom, and Jerry. This man is the modern voice of almost all your favourite Warner Brothers cartoon characters, including Daffy Duck, Pepé Le Pew, Tweety, Speedy Gonzales, and Henery Hawk.

Arya Stark – voiced by Maisie Williams

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Maisie Williams has reprised her role as Arya Stark, taking a dive into voice acting for this Video Game role.

Jake the Dog – voiced by John DiMaggio

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John DiMaggio is another instantly recognisable voice, having being Bender in Futurama, Jake in Adventure Time, and for Final Fantasy fans, you’ll know him as Wakka and Kimahri Ronso from FFX.

Finn the Human – voiced by Jeremy Shada

Jeremy Shada returns as the voice actor of Finn for the MultiVersus game. A talented voice actor, Shada also portrays Lance in Voltron: Legendary Defender.

Steven Universe – voiced by Daniel DiVenere

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Daniel DiVenere isn’t the original Steven Universe voice actor, but does a very convincing impression in MultiVersus. More than an apt replacement for Zach Callison!

Garnet – voiced by Estelle

Rapper and Musician Estelle reprises her role as the Crystal Gem Garnet. Her singing vocals were often on show in Steven Universe, and hopefully we get to enjoy her talents even more in MultiVersus

Reindog Voice Actor – Andrew Frankel

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If you’re wondering who Reindog is… so are we. This game exclusive character is voiced by Andrew Frankel and appears to be an original creation just for the game!

And that’s a complete list of the voice actors for MultiVersus. The developers definitely pushed the boat out in acquiring some big names for Multiverse. Including mainstream actors and some of the most famous voice actors around.

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Michael is a UK-based content creator who caught the esports bug in 2010, but took eight years to figure out he should write about it. Throwing away a promising career in marketing and PR, he now specialises in MOBAs, covering League of Legends, Dota 2, and esports in general since 2019. When not glued to tournaments taking place on the other side of the globe, he spends time nurturing an unhealthy addiction to MMOs and gacha games.