We're still pumped from the news that Warner Bros. is finally working on a big-screen Justice League adventure. The flick's likely still a few years off, but it turns out we'll probably see a Batman and Superman movie team-up even sooner. Where?
Considering the fact we've waited decades for a true Justice League movie to get off the ground, the fact that one is finally happening (again) is cause to celebrate. But in case you don't want to pine away a few years to see what DC cooks up, this fan-made trailer actually looks like the epic team-up we've been waiting for.
We were all thrilled by the news that Warner Bros. is finally back on track to get a Justice League flick made (with a Wonder Woman movie close behind), but apparently that's just the tip of a much bigger DC Comics movie iceberg. So how many DC flicks could we be seeing soon?
Now that the word is out that a Justice League flick might finally get made, we can't help but go digging through our comics collection in search of the most cinematic adventures of DC Comics' band of super friends.
If you saw The Avengers and wondered to yourself, "Hey, when am I gonna see my favorite DC Comics heroes done in the same fashion?" you can stop wondering. Warner Brothers is one step ahead of you. Actually, they're a whole year ahead of you ... as Justice League is well under way.
Image of the Day: Poster for Justice League film we always wanted
Fans of the Justice League have been waiting a long time to see the famous superhero team in action on the big screen—and we're still waiting. Warner Bros. has kept delaying the live-action film so many times fans are losing hope of ever seeing it.
As you might remember, there was a brief window back in 2007 when Warner Bros. was gung ho to make a standalone Justice League film, separate from the recently launched Batman Begins and Superman Returns franchises. But the movie soon fell apart, and details about the film have been pretty few and far between—until now.
When you mix a painstaking hobby, like needlework, with some serious geekery, like comic book characters, you learn one important fact: everything is better in cross-stitch. Even the X-Men. And they were pretty awesome to begin with.
The covers here—including Iron Man's "Demon in a Bottle" and The Amazing Spider-Man #33 —are among the most instantly recognizable in all of comics. But one artist has taken their beauty one step further by adding a pinch of animation.