Justice League War Superman

When Marvel made $200 million in three days with The Avengers, Hollywood’s view of superheroes changed forever. It was the culmination of four years of films called the “Marvel Cinematic Universe,” an ambitious gamble to link storylines over multiple films. DC quickly rebooted Superman in Man of Steel to mimic Marvel’s success, with Fox and Sony each following suit with their respective hero franchises. The DC Cinematic Universe has fans cautiously excited, but we won’t see the second installment until 2016’s Batman vs. Superman.

While comic fans patiently wait to see Superman tangle with Batman, Lex Luthor and Wonder Woman on the big screen, WB’s home video division is happy to fill the void. With this week’s digital and Blu-ray release of the DC Universe animated original movie¬†Justice League: War, the DC Animated Universe will begin develop one full sense of continuity.¬† Read More »

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