New Comic Con Justice League Trailer Looks Amazing

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The new Justice League trailer that was released for the San Diego Comic Con looks amazing.

This is the third trailer released for the movie to date, and it highlights that this film is less depressing than the tone seen in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

This new Justice League trailer opens with Wonder Woman kicking butt. Wonder Woman is sure to get a lot of screen time as she is arguably the most popular character in the entire movie.

It's also worth mentioning Ben Affleck's Batman is here to stay for the time being. Ben Affleck responded to the rumors he's leaving soon and said he's staying in the role.

This trailer also takes our first look at Steppenwolf who is the villain.

We saw images of him already via toys made from Hasbro, but this trailer shows what he looks like in the movie.

He won't be easy to defeat which is why the whole team needs to assemble in the first place.

The highlight of the trailer is The Flash who serves as the comic relief character.

Ezra Miller could play an awesome version of the character if he's as humorous as he is in the trailers. Hopefully they didn't spoil all of the best jokes in the movie.

Unsurprisingly, Superman is still kept off the marketing for the movie. Aside from recent toys being shown, we've yet to see Henry Cavill in the film.

I admire Warner Bros. for saving Superman's return in the movie. Last time, they spoiled the appearance of Doomsday in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

The Justice League movie is released in North America on November 17th, 2017. The trailer shows quite a lot because it's well over 4 minutes long. It's not too spoiler heavy though so it's safe for you to watch down below.

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