"Justice League: The New Frontier" Feature Talkback (Spoilers)

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Nov 10, 2010
Without thinking about this re-release I happened to watch this last weekend. This one was never among my favorites but it has definitely grown on me overtime. I really like the extended time we spend looking at pre-GL Hal Jordan and his motivations. I like how it compliments the backstory for then watching GL: First Flight which goes straight into the Lanterns world (even though the movies aren't really connected)

The Centre is creepy and misterious and while the reveal always felt a bit of a letdown to me, it's still a lot of fun. I like the 50s designs and setting, though sometimes it gets too "american" (being myself not one) but I understand its part of the context.

Great movie!
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Jan 7, 2002
I picked up the Steelbook version of this last week and I'm really happy with it. I already own the movie but I really like this movie and I thought the Steelbook looked great and the price wasn't bad at all. The art on the inside of the case was great too. I was surprised that WB released this as their tie-in to the new Justice League movie. I figured they'd go with something a bit more recent like Justice League: War. But like Batmat said above this is a great movie and one I don't mind having twice in my collection. I loved how they did Wonder Woman in this book and in the original comic too.


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