Even though Justice League didn’t quite meet financial expectations, it’s impossible to deny that it’s a landmark movie. In other words, the first live action team-up involving the likes of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, the Flash and Cyborg is something that many of us had been waiting our entire lives for and, in the view of this writer, it made for one fun viewing experience.
Perhaps due to those shortcomings at the box office, it’s become quite apparent that the folks at Warner Bros. are subtly shifting the focus to Wonder Woman for the home video release by putting her front and center in pretty much every variation of the cover art. To be honest, it makes a bit of sense since her solo flick was better received by critics and general moviegoers alike – and those numbers didn’t lie.
Speaking of which, Diana Prince remains at the forefront on the cover to Japan’s 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray release (seen below). What’s more is that, aside from the Flash doing a curtsy for some reason, the group has been placed in Wayne Manor.
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If you’ll recall, Batman himself hinted at renovating it into what fans of comic books and animation would know as the Hall of Justice near the film’s ending. And while it remains to be seen if we’ll ever get to that point, it’s fun to ponder the possibilities.
In the accompanying gallery, you can also compare the Japanese cover art to that of the North American and decide which you personally think is cooler. Either way, we’ll continue counting down to March 13 when Justice League arrives on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD. If you just can’t wait, though, it’s now available to pre-order on Amazon.