Justice League: comic that was going to continue the Snyder cut canceled

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Justice League: comic that was going to continue the Snyder cut canceled

Justice League, the largest group of superheroes in history, had a second chance to shine on the small screen thanks to the Zack Snyder cut. His arrival on HBO Max was a dream come true for fans of the DC Extended Universe and became an unprecedented media event.

As promised by the director, it was a completely different experience than the one offered by the theatrical version of 2017. Not only did it expand the story much more and develop the characters more, but it also gave an open ending for a sequel to conclude the film. invasion of Darkseid.

Unfortunately for the fans, DC Films decided that there would be no sequels of any kind and a sequel as an animated comic (The dreamscapes of Justice League: a motion comic) became the last hope. However, the project was adrift indefinitely.

The guys from LightCast were the main responsible and shared previews of the comic, but they did not expect several Internet users to accuse them of plagiarism due to the great similarities of their drawings with those of the artist Jim Lee.

The sequels were not approved by DC Films. Photo: Composition / Warner

Faced with the incessant wave of criticism, the team released an official statement on the cancellation, failing to foresee “discontent with the project by the general public, specific samples of selective harassment against team members, legal problems and other mistakes made by their part”.

Justice League – Official Synopsis

Determined to ensure that Superman’s (Henry Cavill) ultimate sacrifice was not in vain, Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) joins forces with Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) to recruit a team of metahumans in order to protect the world from an imminent threat. of catastrophic proportions.