Is that a Bird? Is that Superman?...Naah, its the Batplane :O
Somethings can be seen from a distance and some just arrive with a *whoosh* & take you by surprise, this belongs to the latter... We are talking about nothing else, but the new Batplane; The Flyingfox!
This thing makes the Stark Mansion look cheap (L.o.L), & those fancy jets owned by S.H.I.E.L.D look aged when this thing cranks up the volume, pace, knots? (you get the drift.)
Frankly, this machine looks real badass in matte bla...
Is Batman truly the leader of "The Justice League"?
Comic books have us believe that The Justice League was an initiative led by The Batman, Superman & Wonder Woman. This is right in ways more than one, as we have seen the terrific trio always leading the team from the front (or just being constant members).
But lets picture this! What if the true leader of the league is solely Batman and it is his dynamic influence on the meta-humans that has brought the league to a stature where even the governments around the World recognise them?
Leave your thoughts in the comments section below & let us know what is your take on the true reality of the league.
The Justice League movie has created quite the expected buzz amongs fans & I for one am certainly interested to see the with Barry Allen aka The Flash brings along to the team.
The Flash is the fastest amongst the team, but let’s have a look at his origin story in the first time outing on the silver screen for the league, but where does he come from?
In a recent release by WB Studio, Barry Allen is still a student in Central City College, which is a huge departure from the actual comic book timeline ( Barry Allen is a forensic scientist in the Central City Police Department, and was struck with a direct lightening strike in his lab with exposure to multiple chemicals)
This makes it really interesting to see how Barry finally was bestowed upon with his powers and ultimately became The Flash.
Its official, WB has handed over the playing field to Matt Reeves and he can mould "The Batman solo movie" as he pleases without any interference from the studio (WB notoriously messed up with the Directors-Cut of Batman V Superman & Suicide Squad).
An excerpt from the conversation Matt Reeves had with Uproxx recently:-
So the answer is yes, you did want assurances [before signing on to The Batman]. Maybe assurances isn’t the right word…
Reeves: No, it is.
So you are telling them, “Here’s what I want to do with Batman”?
Reeves: Yeah. When I come in, what I say is, “Look. ...