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That would be Aquaman. The logo is a stylized "A", usually seen as a part of his belt buckle.


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This Google search led to the Aquaman picture below. It is from his Belt.


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Green Lantern GL's non-presence was discussed with the studio's bigwigs (Greg Silverman, president of creative development Warner Bros and DC producer Charles Roven) in an interview with Entertainment Weekly. They claim that it's down to three reasons; That Green Lantern is too important a character to simply turn up in an ensemble film. That they already ...


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The Justice Society of America is the Golden Age version of the Justice League of America. A collection of heroes who banded together during World War II to help fight against enemies of all types and were called "mystery men" at the time because of their secret identities. The Justice Society would be the archetype of superheroes for generations ...


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From left to right: Sportsmaster Gork or Amygdala (see comments) Tracer Atomic Skull Evil Star Electrocutioner Hellgrammite All information found from Wikipedia. They were forced to battle other participants of Meta-Brawl including Sportsmaster, Bloodsport, Electrocutioner, Atomic Skull, Hellgrammite, Tracer, Evil Star, and Amygdala.


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It has been snapped on several occasions, notably by Bizarro Superman in "Batman/Superman/WonderWoman : Trinity" and by Rama Khan in "Golden Perfect" She also breaks it (deliberately) in the alt-universe story "Superman : Red Son #2"


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Sorry this is way late. The vote was 3-2 in favor of her staying. From context clues in the episodes "Wake the Dead" and "Star Crossed" we know that Flash was for her. Wonder Woman was against her. GL abstained, and that Superman broke the tie. It's left to speculate which way Batman and Manhunter voted. Here comes the point where we have to do a bit of ...


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This has also been covered somewhat in the animated movie Justice League: Doom, where Batman's computer is hacked by Mirror Man after hiding in the rear view mirror of his Batmobile. Cyborg plays a role in this movie, but he is not a member of the Justice League during the movie, and so is not included in the plans to take advantage of each member's weakness....


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No she wasn't always a demigod nor stated to be... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wonder_Woman Golden Age she was simply a member of a tribe of Amazon Women... Silver Age she was was mortal but got her powers through blessings of the gods. Bronze Age she was molded from clay... Now in Modern Age she was molded from clay and given powers from different ...


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We've already seen six of the seven classic comicbook members of the Justice League; Superman (Henry Cavill), Batman (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), The Flash (Ezra Miller), Cyborg (Ray Fisher) and Aquaman (Jason Momoa). The one who's missing from the classic lineup is of course The Green Lantern who's yet to appear in any recent DCU property and ...


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He feels pain due to his organic development as a member of a humanoid species. Pain is an information resource designed to protect animals from things which may cause fatal injury. Despite his superhuman capabilities, under a red sun he is just another bipedal humanoid trying to survive. As to his invulnerability, it's relative. His normal abilities make ...


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The Daniel-incarnation of the Sandman makes a guest apperance in JLA #22-23.


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In Universe It is supposedly the Hand of Creation (no references), but I suspect it is the hand of Krona, having gone back in time to witness the Big Bang, in some perverse way actually causes or assists the event by observing it. In any event, his witnessing the birth of the universe (there was technology involved) caused the creation of the Anti-Matter ...


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During Sacrifice (part of Infinite Crisis) in Wonder Woman #219, she snaps the neck of Maxwell Lord: To be fair to her, he was mind controlling Superman at the time, but she did kill him. I'm not sure how "angry" she was tho.


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The poster is an homage to Alex Ross, who has done the artwork for many DC comics, and that one on the comic cover was done by him. This article shows that there are many comparisons, and confirms that the photographer did base the poster off of his work. According to Clay Enos, the photographer for the movie poster: “I first saw this painting as part ...


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Their powers are CGI heavy and would be very costly to animate correctly. Martian Manhunter is a shapeshifter. Take away his shapeshifting and you basically have a green guy with super strenght with mind reading powers. And he has back story of Superman (as noted by Edlothiad). So,slightly stronger Aquaman. Green Lantern is shapeshifting on steroids. A ...


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The concept of continuity has become increasingly fluid of late with Grant Morrison's Multiversity which deems Earth-10 as, likely, to be the setting of Mark Millar's "Red Son", wherein Wonder Woman is subdued with her own lasso by Batman to serve as bait for the Soviet Superman. Wonder Woman breaks her bonds (and accordingly causes a shock to her own ...


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The basic scenario behind this was covered in the JLA: Tower of Babel storyline, as Jason Baker's comment mentioned. As with most such storylines, plausibility has to be stretched in order to maintain the premise of "X kills the Y group." This leads to some of these things not being true "weaknesses," in the sense of something that negates or bypasses a ...


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Based on the comics: "Mother" is just the box itself. There are no "daughter boxes" but the mother boxes are occasionally referred to as just "mother" in the Fourth World corner of the D.C. universe. The boxes are living computers, which are individually constructed by their owners and share a empathic rapport with those users. They were invented by ...


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Note: Like all comic book characters, Wonder Woman has been subject to a number of different canons throughout her existence, and as such, there is no one answer to this question. Her weapons, armor, accoutrements, etc, have changed over time, as have the rules and backstories related to them. Magnets: In the Golden Age, her earrings were magnetic, and ...


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To the best of my knowledge, Wonder Woman has never spent a significant amount of time under the control of another being, nor has she been compelled to act in service of an evil person. This isn't to say she hasn't been tricked before. Depending on which continuity you mean, she has been affected by mind-altering spells which caused her to attack allies (...


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"Mother" is used to refer to Heggra, Steppenwolf's mother who (per the original script) is trapped in the Mother Boxes and whose energy is what powers them. Heggra created Cyborg, hence why Steppenwolf laments that he was 'born from her'. Mother is also what the New Gods refer to their MBs as in the comics. The original script for JL had Steppenwolf ...


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I believe it is JLA: Obsidian Age There's not a lot of information on it online, but I read the story a little while back. I was able to find the specific issue that includes the scene you mention. Atlantis vanishes and lots of sea creatures are found dead. The JLA fights some time travellers, and ends up following them back in time. In the modern day, ...


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Where the Flash and the rebooted DC Universe are concerned, continuity errors abound since Flashpoint. I write off this mistake as a continuity error because there were so many in the early rebooted universe. Take this one from Justice League #2 (2012). Geoff Johns needed to find a way to quickly introduce the Flash, so he created a small previous adventure ...


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Batman learned of their weaknesses by being on missions with them for years and seeing them react to whatever stimuli is needed to trigger that weakness. He's not called the World's Greatest Detective for nothing. Let's ask how often knowing the strengths and weaknesses comes in handy fighting against your enemies - The White Martians for instance - each ...


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We can see it here. It appears to be a black (what else?) Leatherman multitool


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Nothing: functionally there is no difference in the comic save for the removal of the "of America." The Justice League of America was the comic's working title since its inception in 1960. As the comic was an homage to the earlier Golden Age Justice Society of America, it seemed appropriate to keep the titles similar. The first appearance of the ...


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Green Lantern is often listed as the seventh major member. However, he has been confirmed to not be in Justice League Part 1. “Every beat of the movie is not yet worked out. So there’s the possibility that he may or may not be in Justice League 2,” Roven says. “For now, we felt that we were introducing enough characters that the best possible place we ...


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TLDR This was not a premonition or a dream I believe that the "dream sequence" was actually memories from the Flash that came back in time. Flash was not referring to Superman as the "him" in this instance, possibly as he was in an alternate future. So from the DC movies, although I am sure they have a general road map penciled down on a napkin somewhere, ...


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The first vision shows what happened to Barry Allen. In the comics, Barry literally becomes the lightning bolt that strikes him in his lab, giving him his powers (this version of the Flash is Wally West, not Barry Allen). The next images are specific references to comic book events where The Flash was (apparently) turned into a puppet, and made fat. The ...


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