Justice League Is A Direct Continuation Of Batman Vs Superman

Justice League

Justice League is finally coming to the theatres on November 16, 2017 and reports suggest that it might be a direct sequel to Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice. Warner Bros along with DC comics were relatively late in combining individual super heroes into one team and their Batman Vs Superman movie failed to interest the critics.

Marvel on the other hand began way before than Warner Bros and DC comics and had ample time to architect the cinematic universe we see today. When Warner Bros entered the game it was already too late and they had to rush things in order to stay in the game. The urgency led the production house to add too much details into Batman Vs Superman making it difficult to absorb for fans hence explaining the negative reviews.

Now Warner Bros have to build again from Batman Vs Superman. As Justice League is a sequel, we will clearly start from where we left off: Superman who sacrificed himself for the Earth, is dead. The world thus is exposed and would be a perfect opportunity for Steppenwolf to try taking over it with his parademons.

Meanwhile Batman, who received Flash’s message from the future, would work with Wonder Woman to assemble a team of the Earth’s mightiest superheroes to protect it from this massive threat. While Wonder Woman needs no introduction the movie would introduce us to some of the other major characters in Aquaman, Flash and Cyborg.

Justice League hits the theaters on November 16, 2017. What are your thoughts about how it would turn out? Do let us know in the comments below.