Muhammad Ali: The Greatest (1942-2016)

R.I.P to The Greatest Ever

He was born Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr but the world would come to call him Muhammad Ali

In honour of his memory please enjoy this image below which shows when The Greatest  meet comics greatest superhero; The Man of Steel












History of The Justice League

The day has finally come after years of development, DC comics has united both their biggest figures. The Dark Knight and The Man of Steel have come together onto the silver screen in an epic showdown and eventually partnership, commonly dubbed “World’s Finest”. Not far behind them is the long awaited debut of the immortal Amazon warrior; Wonder Woman. Together they unite to form the DC trinity. The appearance of DC’s most popular and universally acclaimed characters in 2016’s Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, marks the first time all three character have appeared together in the same film. The film is also a first for DC as they will finally introduce the popular team; The Justice League  in their debut film, which is to be set after the events of this film. Cameos and references are said to be included showing some of the founding members of The Justice League.

The Justice League first appeared in the comic book series; The Brave and The Bold #28 (1960), their creation proved to be a huge success for DC comics, as the team’s lineup was made up of DC popular superhero who were published at the time. Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter, Green Lantern, The Flash and Aquaman would band together to fight earthy, supernatural and extraterrestrial threats becoming America and Earth’s greatest team.

Throughout the years the team would expand their ranks enlisting other superhero across the DC universe, several spinoff teams such as; Justice League International would be created which gave b and c list superheroes a chance to shine. The original seven would always remain as they became known as DC first Justice League. Each original member of The Justice League stand out in their own way as they each represent the ideologies and motivations that they hold and show to the world. Continue reading “History of The Justice League”