Should the Justice League Headquarters be on Earth?

Over the near half a century that the Justice League (and its numerous incarnations) has existed, they’ve had a variety of places to call their home. Happy Harbor is both easy to remember due to the alliterative nature of the name and for being the very first place that the Justice League ever operated out of when they were through being the Justice Society—or more accurately, when the JSA became the superteam of Earth-2 at the dawn of the Silver Age of Comics.

Meet Steppenwolf, General of Apokolips

Chances are you, like millions of people, went to see Justice League this weekend. And there’s also a chance that you, and we’re guessing quite a few of your fellow moviegoers, got your first glimpse of the movie’s main villain teleporting down from the dark world of Apokolips with an army of Parademons behind him and immediately thought…

Huh? Who’s this guy?

Why Black Canary Should be Leading the Justice League

There’s a pretty big debate about who the true leader of the Justice League is. It’s often a toss-up between who deserves this weighty position of leadership versus who may be best suited for the part. If we’re being even more honest with ourselves, it’s often an argument that comes down to Batman and Superman (anyone remember when Nightwing led the Justice League? That was pretty awesome!).

Injustice 2 - Justice League Gear Trailer

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Together

Together. 

That was always the appeal.

All of them. Fighting. Together. 

Do I love Superman? You bet.
And Batman? Even more. 
And Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern, Red Tornado, Atom, and...and...and...
YesYesYesYesYes.
And more yes. 

And now, here we are—on the day that I dreamed about all those decades ago: the new Justice League movie is about to open. It is not just the culmination of geek dreams. It also marks the start of them. At least for me. 

FLASHBACK SCENE!

Justice League - Aquaman Comic Book Origins

While the underwater residents of Atlantis haven't always seen eye-to-eye with the people of the surface world, that hasn't stopped their king from vowing to protect both as a member of the Justice League. But if you're unclear on Aquaman's unique comic book history, there's no need to search the Seven Seas for answers. We dive into Arthur Curry's past, from his half-Atlantean heritage to his key adversaries to his relationship with the fiery Mera.

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Justice League - Mattel Trailer Recreation

Gear up for the Justice League premiere with this exclusive trailer recreation from our friends at Mattel. Here's what the eagerly anticipated new film might look like if it starred the action figures instead of actors...

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DC Universe 10th Anniversary Collection - Heroes (Exclusive)

Looking for a hero? You can find plenty of them in this exclusive supercut celebrating the release of the DC Universe 10th Anniversary box set, a 30-film collection highlighting the groundbreaking line of DC animated films. Featuring popular movies like Superman: Doomsday, Batman: Under the Red Hood, Justice League: The New Frontier, Batman: The Killing Joke and much more, it's a collection no DC fan will want to be without and it's now available in Blu-ray and Digital HD.

For more on the DC Universe 10th Anniversary Collection: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMqkrPwaMR4

Heroic Homecoming: Danny Elfman Returns to Score Justice League

In 1989, fresh off his work on Tim Burton’s Pee Wee’s Big Adventure and Beetlejuice, a young composer still largely known for his work fronting the band Oingo Boingo took on a new project writing music for Burton’s latest film, a new big screen take on Batman. It was a bold choice at the time—the songwriter behind “Dead Man’s Party” and “Weird Science” scoring one of the most popular superheroes in comics? Yet, the results were instantly iconic, leading to one of the most recognizable superhero scores ever recorded.

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