The second installment in the DC Animated Movie Universe. See more »
During the final battle after when Darkseid's eyes were taken out, when Shazam uses his lighting on him,he was shown to have his left eye intact despite being gouged out. See more »
The Parademon hives on Earth were ill-equipped to process your flesh, my prize. But here in my personal laboratory I can splice your Kryptonian genetic code to create a new form... a super-Parademon in the service of Darkseid. And once we have our champion... we will seize the other supers and break them as well. All hail Darkseid.
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The Warner Bros Animation and DC Comics logos are drawn on paper.
Below them appear comic-book images of the New 52 Justice League, and finally the film title. See more »
This movie seems to be another retelling of the DC characters' origin, especially Cyborg's. Maybe it's gotten to the point where I've seen so many of these movies that I'm not that impressed with them anymore. Don't get me wrong, this is still enjoyable. It's still not that unique. It makes you wonder what costume Wonder Woman will wear next. I really do like the stuff with her and the ice cream. In this movie, we get to see Desaad, Darkseid's assistant, for the first time. It's weird to see Darkseid as literally a giant. Hey, I remember whose parademons from the end of "Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox"! Dang, I'm just becoming more familiar with superheroes constantly.
The animation was very slick. I think this might be the first time any animated superhero movie included the word "shit". Well, everything is PG-13 including the cartoon movies nowadays! The fight scenes are always great and while the characterizations aren't that perfect, we still get some good study of the characters. Are these movies ever going to run out of different animation styles? Just how many different times can you reimagine Batman and Superman? ***
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