Zack Snyder’s Justice League is the literal revenge of the nerds. Fandom’s fanatical insistence that Warner Bros release the Snyder Cut over the years led to this unlikely movie becoming a reality in the surreal circumstances of 2021. Sure, it’s a gimmick to sell HBO Max and might not have happened otherwise. Who cares?(more…)
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GEEK OUT!!! JUSTICE LEAGUE – THE SUPER HEROES THE WORLD DESERVESGEEK OUT!!! JUSTICE LEAGUE – THE SUPER HEROES THE WORLD DESERVES
To put it simply, Justice League is a mixed bag, an uneasy balance of light over darkness – which is probably what the general public wants right now for its super-hero movie diet.
Probably the biggest comic convention out there in geek world, the San Diego ComicCon (SDCC) has also become geek central for new movie/TV trailers. Check out the ones we dug this time round.
GEEK OUT! JUSTICE LEAGUE – OFFICIAL COMIC CON TRAILERGEEK OUT! JUSTICE LEAGUE – OFFICIAL COMIC CON TRAILER
This just happened! Enjoy!! Nuff said!!!
… still there’s more …
The main plot of The Darkseid War (in the Justice League comic) continues after the diversion of standalone issues involving the statuses of Batman, Superman, Flash, Green Lantern, Shazam and Luthor as new New Gods.
GEEK OUT! JUSTICE LEAGUE : THE DARKSEID WAR – BATMANGEEK OUT! JUSTICE LEAGUE : THE DARKSEID WAR – BATMAN
Brilliant on so many levels. Essential reading!
GEEK OUT! JUSTICE LEAGUE: DARKSEID WAR – A LITTLE TWIST TO KEEP THINGS INTERESTINGGEEK OUT! JUSTICE LEAGUE: DARKSEID WAR – A LITTLE TWIST TO KEEP THINGS INTERESTING
Probably aware that comic fans might just be getting tired of publishers using the death of superheroes to create the facade of something new happening in their titles, DC have decided to kill off its most iconic villain, Darkseid (see above)!
This event occurred in the currently ongoing Darkseid War within the pages of Justice League. With the demise of this dark god, DC have elevated five characters to divine status viz. The Flash – God of Death, Superman – God of Strength, Batman – God of Knowledge (see above), Shazam – God of Gods and Lex Luthor – God of Apokolips! Of course, everything returns to normal by the end of this arc but curiously to see how it all pans out.
What was perhaps jarring was that Act One of Darkseid War had quite brilliant artwork by Jason Fabok but Act Two features less impressive work from Francis Manupal. Although that last full page seemed just fine (see above). Well, of course, the narrative could have done with less characters – it’s so hard to keep up as usual with superhero plots (convoluted for its own sake) but all things considered a good run thus far.