When Marvel announced their big cinematic universe event with The Avengers, it was met with a wave of excitement.
Now, with the release of The Justice League, fans are gearing up for the movie to be released in 2017.
With that in mind, I wanted to take a look at what the movie looks like in HD and whether it’s worth your time to go to the trouble to watch.
First off, let’s start with the basics.
The Justice Leagues first film will be released on Blu-ray Disc and Blu-Ray Combo Pack, with it set to be the most expensive release ever for a Marvel movie.
That’s not necessarily a bad thing, as the film will have a pretty decent amount of content to work with, and I’m not going to be talking about any major spoilers here.
However, if you’re not familiar with the film, it’s a DC Comics origin story for the Justice Levesons main villain, Ra’s al Ghul, where he comes to Earth to become the “Emperor of the Universe,” and attempts to kill his father and grandfather, to become king of the planet.
Ra’s is an evil character who has a history of stealing from humanity in his attempt to become a god, and he is responsible for the deaths of thousands of innocent people throughout the universe.
I’m sure many of you have heard of him, but here’s a little history lesson to get you started: Ra’s Al Ghul is a character from DC Comics that has existed since before the original Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman came to the DC Universe in the early 1980s.
The character was created by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, John Byrne, and Roy Thomas and was introduced in the first issue of Action Comics #1, published in 1975 by DC Comics.
The story of how Ra’s came to be is set in the modern era, which means it will take place after the events of the film.
I will also say that this movie does have a bit of a story to it, and the movie itself doesn’t do a whole lot to try and explain why or how the Justice Department got involved with the event.
There are a few major characters involved in the story, and one of the most important characters is Ra’s own brother, Bane, who is portrayed by the actor Jason Momoa.
It’s a big part of the movie, and Ra’s brother’s story is pretty important to the plot.
He’s a character who’s pretty pivotal in the film and is a major player in the event, as he helps raise Ra’s son, Bruce Wayne, and is also the primary villain of the story.
The film itself doesn´t have much in the way of dialogue, but I did find it interesting to see some of the supporting characters and some of their actions, like Ra’s interrogation of Superman and the Justice Legion, and Batman’s interrogation and trial.
Ra is a fairly unique character in the DC Comics universe, and his story is something that’s really important to understand and relate to in the world of Justice League.
It is something I can really relate to.
It also helped that I got to see Jason Momua in action for the first time, as I was in the audience at Comic-Con, so I got a lot of his reactions to what was happening in the movie.
Ra’s is the primary antagonist of the Justice league, but there are many more.
One of the major characters is called the Joker, who was introduced by the Joker in the original Batman story.
The Joker has been around since the 1950s, and in the comics he has a much darker reputation, and was a major antagonist to the Joker from the start.
The film starts out with Ra’s questioning Bruce Wayne about the Joker.
Ra knows that Bruce Wayne is innocent and he has been framed for the crime, but he wants to get information from him to try to learn about the criminal behind the murder.
Bruce does not believe that Ra knows the truth, and decides to use the Joker to help him get the information he needs.
Ra then goes to Batman to interrogate him.
In the movie he actually interrogates Batman and he asks him why he didn’t just kill Batman, to which Batman replies that he didn´t want to kill Ra.
The Batman character is not the only one who is involved in this movie, but it is important to note that most of the characters in the Justice leves are the main antagonists of the plot, and there are plenty of other characters involved that also help to form the plot line.
The villains are also interesting, as they are the ones who bring the film to a halt and cause chaos throughout the movie and also use their power to destroy things and do bad things.
Ra also has a lot in common with the Joker and Ra in the main plotline, so that is going to come into play a bit