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JUSTICE LEAGUE: WAR Trailer Online Now

A trailer for the upcoming DC Animated movie is finally online (via IGN), and all we can say is we’re looking forward to seeing this movie when it finally come out. As a follow-up to Flashpoint: Paradox, based on the story arc just before DC Comic’s shift to the New 52, Justice League: War puts us in the rebooted universe where key members of the Justice League meet for the first time.

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Alan Tudyk, Jason O’Mara, Justin Kirk, Michelle Monaghan, and Sean Astin all lend their voices to this DC Universe Animated Original Movie based on Geoff Johns and Jim Lee’s Justice League Vol. 1: Origin.

In the comics, Darkseid and his alien minions invade Earth. Batman must gather a group of superheroes to save the world and defend humanity. Justice League: Origin is a rebooted story of how the heroes met and formed the legendary Justice League. At first, no one gets along. The beginning is more of them fighting amongst themselves than teaming up to battle the ultimate threat. There are some great moments in this story arc. The major one that comes to mind is when Aquaman summons great white sharks to handle Darkseid’s minions. Please, please, please let this be in the movie.

This movie looks to be full of action, just like in the original comics. We only have one concern and one complaint: the poor sound mixing for this trailer has us worried — but we trust this will be fixed — and where’s Aquaman?! Seriously, Aquaman is one of the good things that came out of New 52, and in Justice League: Origin, he proves himself to be a legitimate badass.

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Christina Janke

Christina Janke

Host of "Intro to Geek" on Shauncastic.com. Her love of all things Mass Effect knows no bounds. She also carries an obsession with comic books, video games, and quirky television shows. Her heroes are Tina Fey, Mindy Kaling, and Gail Simone, and hopes to be just like them when she grows up.

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