New Justice League Character Portraits Highlight The Heroes’ Alter Egos


Now that Justice League‘s theatrical release is merely days away, it’s only expected that we wake up to find new goodies greeting us each morning throughout the week. Heck, we already learned a little more about J.K. Simmons’ debuting Commissioner Gordon just this morning.

So, aside from the usual quotes offered by the cast, we’ve found that there’s also no shortage of promotional photos to be glimpsed. Truth be told, this is the norm for blockbusters of this magnitude, but there’s something even more special about the whole experience when you consider this is the first time that DC’s premier superhero team will be coming together for a live action cinematic adventure. Suffice it to say, whether you grew up on the Super Friends or the Justice League/Justice League Unlimited animated series, this is probably a flick you’ve been waiting your entire life for.

Anyway, the latest batch of images is somewhat different from those we’ve been feasting our eyes on as of late. Culled from Justice League: The Official Collector’s Edition, a companion book slated to hit shelves later this month, each of these character portraits show our favorite heroes in their civilian guises, and not in those badass costumes we can’t stop admiring.

Actually, we have seen their everyday appearances featured in a variety of motion posters that highlight their dual identities, but these in particular seem a little more “human,” if you will. Not only that, but they look like photos you’d probably see accompanying a newspaper article, or something you’d see in a high school yearbook. Well, that is if they were graduating in their thirties.

Justice League opens in theaters on November 17.