Colorful Justice League Posters Showcase The Team (Mostly)

Colorful new character profile posters have been released by Warner Bros. today which showcase 5 members of the Justice League. The characters that have gotten the treatment are: Wonder Woman, Batman, Aquaman, The Flash and Cyborg. As of right now there is no information if a Superman or (we hope) Green Lantern poster will be forthcoming. (As a side note, Green Lantern has not been confirmed as the 7th member of the Justice League, although there is a very high probability he is). You can check out the posters below.

Courtesy: Warner Bros.



Courtesy: Warner Bros.
Courtesy: Warner Bros.
Courtesy: Warner Bros.
Courtesy: Warner Bros.

The posters were revealed through the Justice League Movie Twitter feed in a slideshow today, and will be available at some point in the future as prints to collect. We concur with our colleagues at Screen Rant that all signs point to the release of these prints being at New York Comic Con this coming week.

What makes these posters of even more interest are the colors used for each character. While Wonder Woman, The Flash and Cyborg have colors we would associate with them, (WW: Gold, The Flash: Red, Cyborg: Purple), it seems strange that Aquaman would get green and Batman’s color to be blue. We would normally associate these colors with Green Lantern and Superman, respectively.

Another interesting note on these posters are the character symbols located at the bottom of the prints, indicating only six members being included in the Justice League.

We’ll have to wait and see in the coming weeks if we get a new trailer for the film, and if any new one-sheet posters are revealed. Warner Bros. will be releasing more information soon on how to obtain these posters as well.

Justice League starring Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller, Ray Fisher, Amy Adams, Willem Dafoe, Jesse Eisenberg and Jeremy Irons opens in wide release on November 17, 2017.

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