Justice League

  1. Gaming

    New Infinite Crisis Trailer Launches as the Game Opens up for Beta

    Looking forward to the new Infinite Crisis game? You can jump in on the open beta right now for free. If you still need convincing, check out the new trailer that puts good vs. evil and asks what you fight for.

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  2. Entertainment

    The Trailer for Justice League: War Is Online, and Now We’re Pumped for It

    Before we see Ben Affleck suit up as the Dark Knight, we're getting another animated Justice League movie in the form of Justice League: War. Adapted from Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's Justice League Origin the film looks to tell how the league was formed, and could be an inspiration for the coming live action Justice League.

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  3. Entertainment

    Live-Action Batman and Superman Crossover Film is Happening!

    DC announced at their San Diego Comic Con panel that Superman won't be alone in the follow up to Man of Steel. He'll be joined by Batman, and it looks like the film will kick things off for putting a Justice League film together. Zack Snyder is returning to direct with David S. Goyer writing the script. Get pumped, everybody.

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  4. Entertainment

    Rumor Mill: Are Nolan and Bale On Board for Justice League? [Video]

    We can't overstate just how much this is only a rumor, but it looks like Christopher Nolan and Christian Bale could be diving back into the DC Universe with the upcoming Justice League movie. They've both repeatedly and publicly said they are done with Batman and are moving on, but Latino Review is saying otherwise. Some parts of these rumors are more believable than others, so let's break down the finer details, shall we?

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  5. Entertainment

    Ring in the New Year With Even More Rumors About the Justice League Movie

    It's pretty much impossible to go two weeks without another batch of speculation making the rounds about the upcoming Justice League movie. Even though it isn't set to hit theaters for another two years, the plot, villain, and general character details are continuously being brought up for debate, and Warner Bros. hasn't been in a confirming mood. So it's hard to say whether something's even remotely legitimate, but the most recent news includes a nice bevy of character tidbits.

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  6. Entertainment

    JL8: Year One: Artist Yale Stewart on Putting the Justice League in Elementary School

    One of the best webcomics out there is JL8 by Yale Stewart, and it just so happened to turn one-year-old this week. The strip, formerly titled Little League, sets the Justice League where we don't think they've ever been before: Elementary school. Stewart was nice enough to discuss JL8's first eyar, including how he picks which characters to use and why he changed the strip's name.  Hit the jump to check out all of his answers paired up with some of the best strips from JL8's already impressive run.

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  7. Entertainment

    Best Wedding Ever: Batman Marries Wonder Woman

    The relationship between Batman and Wonder Woman was never consummated on the Justice League and Justice League Unlimited animated series, but this is even better: This week in Devon, England, fanboy Neil, 46, and fangirl Sharon, 40, tied the knot dressed as the Dark Knight and the Amazon Princess, The Sun reports.

    Of the comic-themed wedding, Neil said: "We're not particularly traditional, and we wanted to have a fun day with our friends."

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  8. Entertainment

    Fringe‘s Awesome Alternate Universe Comic Covers, Side-by-Side with the Originals

    DC's The Source blog has lately been showcasing some variant covers for upcoming comics, all in celebration of the company's 75th anniversary.  So, when a redone and recolored cover of the famous first issue cover for Green Lantern/Green Arrow, with the titular characters now Red Lantern and Red Arrow was offered completely without comment, most people assumed it was just another variant. Last night, The Source revealed that the cover was actually one of a series, created for the season finale of the sci-fi show Fringe.

    The covers each represent a direction that the DC editorial staff might have taken in an alternate universe; a sort of opposite day revamp of a famous story.  Above, case in point: Superman: The Man of Steel Returns.  Doesn't quite have the same ring to it as Dark Knight Returns, does it?

    We've got all the covers below, to the left of their alternate counterparts.

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