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Beings with supernatural powers join together to fight against supernatural villains. This team of supernatural beings include John Constantine, Zatanna and Jason Blood also known as the demon Etrigan.
Batman discovers a mysterious teen-aged girl with super-human powers and a connection to Superman. When the girl comes to the attention of Darkseid, the evil overlord of Apokolips, events take a decidedly dangerous turn.
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While this film's events takes place after Justice League: War (2014), in the comics there is a five year gap as the events of Justice League's six issue origin story take place five years ago when superheroes were first emerging (around the same timeline as the Superman Action Comics), while the seventh issue of the series moved the timeline to the present (where most of the other New 52 series take place). See more »
A drunk Arthur is talking to/fighting to protect and free a red lobster in a seafood shack. There is no instance where a live lobster will have a red shell. The red shell occurs only on contact with boiling water. Thus, either the lobster was dead and Arthur hallucinating, or the artists made an enormous colouring mistake. See more »
Love animation and have really enjoyed to loved many superhero films, animated and live-action. Justice League has always interested me too. 'Justice League: Throne of Atlantis' deserves a lot of plaudits for making Aquaman more fleshed out and is an enjoyable film in its own right.
Is 'Justice League: Throne of Atlantis' better than 'Justice League: War'? Yes, it is a vast improvement, was underwhelmed by that film in a very mixed bag sort of way although not finding it that bad. Is it one of the best animated DC films? No, there are others that are a lot better. Is it one of the worst? Nowhere near. Is it perfect? No, it had the potential to be great but is only good, many fine things but falls short in other areas.
'Justice League: Throne of Atlantis' would have fared better with a longer length, an hour and a quarter or so is far too short. That way it would have felt less rushed and characters and subplots would have been much more developed than they were and made sense more.
Superman and Wonder Woman are particularly wronged of the Justice League, with Superman continuing to be out of character, and their pairing was forced and didn't make sense. Orm had some menace but felt underwritten to me.
However, the animation is great. There are some very nice detailed backgrounds, the characters are designed well and the colours are dynamic and atmospheric.
The music is both haunting and rousing, a good fit for the film's mood. The action is nicely animated and has a good amount of thrills. The story is compelling enough and making Aquaman interesting and relatable was a good move and came off well.
Voice acting is good. Cyborg, Flash, Batman and Aquaman are spot on, while Sam Witwer is credible as Orm. The voices for Green Lantern, Woman Woman and Superman are much improved over 'Justice League: War', and better suited. Green Lantern especially.
Concluding, good if not great. 7/10 Bethany Cox
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