21. An ordinary guy with an extraordinary mind. The internet is where he spills it.
I have too many goals to achieve in one lifetime.
Today in class, I changed all the wallpapers in my row to Justice League members. Because I’m cool.
In a nutshell, this film (which is an adaption of the “Tower of Babel” story arc) just goes to show that even though he has no superpowers, Batman is undeniably the most powerful AND dangerous member of the Justice League.
You see, when Batman joined the league he studied each other member, and has created a Contingency plan for each member in case any of them become Mind Controlled, or simply go Rogue. Batman has a way to neutralize them.
A man named Vandal Savage sends out Mirror Master to steal that plan from the batcave’s records (he hid in the batmobile) and now with those plans, he hires the league’s enemies to put that plan into motion, I have to point out that they altered the plans a bit in an effort to kill the league. Batman’s version is only to subdue, not kill them. Just want to make that clear
Alfred confronts Bruce with the news his parents tombs have been removed, while he investigates, the employee reveals himself to be bane and subdues bruce and buries him alive. With Batman out of the picture, The Legion of Doom’s plans gains steam
I won’t state what is done to each hero but i can assure you that it is CRAZY how well thought these failsafe plans were imagined. There was one line that gave me chills when spoken:
Batman: “The League is under attack!”
Alfred: “By who?”
Batman: “BY ME!”
This film was one hell of a ride, so much suspense. But unfortunately the downside is that i felt it was really short. About an hour and 16 short -____- i haven’t read the comic version but i find out that some things have been changed in the film version.
Justice League: Doom
4 out of 5 Stars