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“Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox” Trailer Zooms Into Your Life

“Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox” Trailer Zooms Into Your Life

One of the pivotal moments in building up to DC’s launch of the New 52 universe, Geoff Johns’ and Andy Kubert’s Flashpoint told us the unnerving tale of Barry Allen waking up in an alternate universe in which there’s no Justice League, no Superman, and, you guessed it, no Flash. With no one to turn to, the Scarlet Speedster has to solve this mystery without his powers. To make matters worse, his perpetual nemesis, Reverse-Flash, is hot on Barry’s tail, hellbent on destroying what’s left of the broken hero’s life. Sounds pretty exciting, huh? Like the kind of thing you’d like to see as a DC Original Animated Movie? Well, you’re in luck, because Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox most assuredly exists in this universe and there’s a brand new trailer for it that’ll jump start your excitement levels faster than you can say “The Speed Force.”

What do you think of The Flashpoint Paradox trailer? Let us know in the comments below!

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Comments

  1. Jessica L says:

    I was also disappointed by Superman Unbound. This looks a little too odd on the animation front. At least for Batman’s character model. Why does everything have to be anime?

  2. Chris says:

    Am I the only one disappointed by Superman Unbound? This one looks pretty cool. I’m in.

  3. Bandit says:

    I can’t comment because your links to your videos do not work when I click on them. It goes to YouTube but it then says invalid.

  4. This makes me wish they would adapt The Nail or The Golden Age. With this being similar, I doubt we’ll see a film of The Nail though.