Justice League hits theaters this Friday, and while it sounds like it’s far from perfect, early reviews are that it’s a step in the right direction for the dark and dreary Snyder-verse take on DC Comics’ superheroes.
DC Comics has been releasing monthly themed variant covers for a while now. We saw their LEGO variant covers back in August. For March 2015, DC reached out to the big screen for inspiration – and a bit of tongue-in-cheek humor.
These 22 variant covers were inspired by classic Warner Bros.
Fans of the Justice League, here’s another bunch of fun collectibles to put on your shelf. I’m pretty sure you’ve never seen your favorite DC superheroes look quite like this.
These collectible Justice League figures were made by Japan’s Kotobukiya in collaboration with DC Comics and Zarigani Works[JP].
Kia Motors, DC Entertainment, and RIDES Magazine unveiled their first of 8 Justice League-inspired Kias at the recent 2012 New York Comic Con. The launch was part of DC’s “We Can Be Heroes” campaign, which helps fight famine in Africa.
After comparing web browsers to forms of transportation, cartoonist/T-shirt designer Caldwell Tanner took a look at some of the most popular websites on the Internet and paired them with the heroes of the Justice League. Look!
I’ve never cross-stitched in my life, but these cross-stitch patterns looks pretty amazing since they featured pixelated pop culture characters, ranging from The Justice League to Star Wars. WeeLittleStitches also includes the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Ghosbusters, and more.