- Books, Literature, and Writing
Animated Review of DCU Justice League: War
Justice league: War was no exception in DC's long list of great animated series. I myself have watched plenty of DC's animated movies, but this one was extraordinary. The setting of the movie is actually the basis of the New 52 comic series. Bringing the pages to life with actual quotes and still frames directly from the comic books.
The Character's Traits: In this rendition of the Justice League the team consist of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Shazam, and Cyborg (sorry no Martian Manhunter). Every voice actor was perfect for their role especially the actor that played Hal Jordan. Green Lantern had to have some of the most comedic scenes with him getting tossed around and being the butt of most jokes. This movie also gives you a new perspective on the classic superheroes each one acting different then you'd be used to. With the exception of Batman of course, still the same old Batman everybody loves.
A Little Taste Of The Plot: This Justice League is just meeting for the first time. Some just becoming "super" heroes. But, what happens when heroes meet? Well they become great friends becoming the super friends right? If you thought that's what happens, your sorely mistaken. They clash and fight, but before long a mutual enemy rises up and they join forces (kinda like what an alien invasion would do to humans).
Is This Movie Worth Seeing? This is definitely a great movie for any comic book fan (of course). Anybody who hasn't been able to read any of the New 52 comics can get the jist of things and might just help you decide if you want to invest some money into buying the series. Justice League is absolutely great for kids boys, and even girls. Wonder Woman is like always a strong character that girls could look up to.
Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox
Another Great Justice League animated movie. This one really shows the consequences of superman's actions and humanity. Flash goes into a alternate dimension that puts a "what if" scenario on the table.
Justice League: War Trailer