‘Justice League’ Look Like They’re Ready To Throw Down In New Image

We are still trailer-less when it comes to Zack Snyder’s “Justice League”, but the film is still another ten months away from its release so we shouldn’t be greedy.

But to excite us for Warner Bros, DC Comics superhero team-up film, the people over at USA Today dropped a new photo that features a brand new look at the “Justice League” (minus Superman who’s most likely still six-foot under and smelling like a durian, if you get a chance to smell this fruit please do.)

Check it out:

From left to right, you’ve got Batman (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Cyborg (Ray Fisher), Flash (Ezra Miller), and Aquaman (Jason Momoa). They’re all standing around on whats presumably the League’s mode of transport ‘The Flying Fox’, with Bat’s Batmobile parked up nicely behind our heroes.

Now let’s discuss the costumes, Batman’s has improved perfection from the suit that he had in “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice”. He’s rocking a more armour. Can’t blame him as he’s playing with God’s now. Wonder Woman’s looks the exact same, although Gal Gadot doesn’t look like real, has that dodgy CGI face going on.

Next we have Cyborg, digging the look. Real bad ass machine. However I wish a certain Twitter user never pointed out he’s wearing Megatron’s head in his groin area. The Flash’s suit is similar to the one from the Injustice computer game. Barry could do with visiting his Grandma’s and getting that hole in his leg sewed up.

Last but not least, Aquaman. The King of the Seven Sea’s is battle ready and grumpy as hell looking. I love how angry Momoa’s character seems to be, and he loves a drink. He’s definitely got some Scottish in him.

What do you all think of the new image?

Justice League hits screens November 17, 2017.


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