WARNING! SPOILERS ARE SWIMMING AROUND WITHIN! WARNING!
In the last Justice League movie subtitled, War, the movie ended with the heroes tentatively considering forming some kind of “league” to better defend the world. In this movie they finally come up with their destined name, Justice League, as we learn from Steve Trevor from a phone call while on his way to their S.T.A.R. Lab’s headquarters. Justice League tested better he tells whomever’s on the other end of the line.
I have been into DC’s animated movies every since they debuted in late 2007 with Superman: Doomsday. I had planned to buy it, but read a very bad review and decided not to. It wasn’t until I came across it on Pay-Per-View that I decided to watch it with the idea that if it were any good I’d go out and buy it. My expectations were not high, for I had no clue as to what the makers were planning on doing with it. I naturally assumed it would simply be a movie length cartoon, something up to the same standards a Saturday morning ‘toon would have, just with better animation.
My first notion that this was not going to be the case was when I saw Doomsday kill a deer. Did he just “kill?” Then he attacked a human, and from what the twisted and gnarled hand looked like, it appeared he may have actually killed again. And a person this time.
Killing a deer!? Killing a human!?