Nice of you ta crash the party, Bats; my babies need their exercise!
I need more pictures with Bud and Lou. 😢 I've had my eye on some hyena stuffed animals that I pretty much need more than air. 😜
Photo by: @ocmphoto111
Harley Quinn cosplay and hammer by moi
REVIEW: The DCEU’s Unlimited Possibilities Thanks to Justice League Unlimited: Today is @DCComics’ #JusticeLeagueDay to celebrate the theatrical release of the next DC Extended Universe film “Justice League”. When writer Gardner Fox debuted the Justice League of America in 1960’s The Brave and the Bold 28, no one knew how incredible the response would be to this uniting of the world’s greatest heroes of the DC Universe. However, the founding members of the JLA, Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Aquaman and Martian Manhunter, were so popular they received their own publication in their debut year. Hundreds of issues, a revolving door of roster changes and ample time on the small screen later, the Justice League has become a household name. This modern familiarity of the League to outside comic book readers is all thanks to the DC Animated Universe of the 2000s. Becoming the last television series of the classic DCEU, Paul Dini and Bruce Timm’s “Justice League” revived the extremely popular Hanna-Barbera series “Super Friends” for a new generation. Thought provoking plots, romantic relationships and comic relief, “Justice League” introduced a new audience to a pantheon of DC heroes. The animated DCU grew exponentially when “Justice League” created a spin off series beginning in 2004: “Justice League Unlimited”. The founding members of the JLA called upon more magnificent heroes across dimensions to join forces to tackle some of the most dangerous threats on Earth and in the cosmos. The complete tv series “Justice League Unlimited” is on Blu-ray where you can brilliantly relive the fun and exciting storylines from “For The Man Who Has Everything” based off of Alan Moore’s iconic Superman arc to “This Little Piggy” where audiences can get a rare glimpse at The Dark Knight’s singing chops. This Justice League Day, if you want to see what the DCEU can eventually create after this weekend’s intro, watch “Justice League Unlimited” to get even more hyped about this era of superhero films. Pick up the Complete Series on Blu-ray at www.wbshop.com. Thanks to @WarnerArchive for providing a copy of this television series for me to review. ✌🏼💙🦇📺
"A History of the Justice League" - The JLA For A New Generation:
Debuting on Cartoon Network 16 years ago day (November 17) in 2001, the DC Animated Universe television show "Justice League" brought together the world's greatest heroes back to the small screen. "Justice League" starred Batman (voiced by Kevin Conroy), Superman (voiced by George Newbern), Wonder Woman (voiced by Susan Eisenberg), The Flash (voiced by Michael Rosenbaum), Martian Manhunter (voiced by Carl Lumbly), Green Lantern (voiced by Phil LaMarr) and Hawkgirl (voiced by Maria Canals). Lasting 52 episodes from 2001 to 2004, each episode focused on some of the DC Universe's most beloved characters as they unite to rid evil from Earth while simultaneously reflecting on their roles in this fight for good. The origins of these characters reflected both their comic book backgrounds in self titled and Justice League of America publication with minor changes of personalities (such as Wonder Woman and The Flash). Thought provoking character profiles, romantic relationships and comic relief, Paul Dini and Bruce Timm's DCAU's "Justice League" and the following tv show "Justice League Unlimited" )2004 - 2006) not only introduced a new generation of non comic book readers to these classic heroes but also reflected the popular "JLA" storylines. We will discuss the Justice League during the Pre-New 52 era in comics next in our celebratory session. ✌🏼💙🦇📺