Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox Video Clips, Premiere Today
July 19, 2013

Now that we’re a little more than a week away from the release of Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox (on July 30), video clips have been made available.

First, there’s the trailer, explaining the premise of the Flash-centered story:

Next, Cyborg (Michael B. Jordan) introduces his allies to Batman (Kevin McKidd; the character wisecracks a lot for someone with glowy red eyes) and explains the situation:

Then there’s the Flash (Justin Chambers) facing off against his rogues’ gallery, led by Thawne (C. Thomas Howell):

The movie premieres at the San Diego Comic-Con tonight at 7:30, with appearances by voice talent Justin Chambers, C. Thomas Howell, Cary Elwes (Aquaman), and others, plus producer James Tucker, director Jay Oliva, dialogue director Andrea Romano, screenwriter Jim Krieg, and character designer Phil Bourassa. They will also be announcing the 2014 schedule of DCU animated films. Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox will be released on Blu-ray on July 30, or the digital download will be available today.

Last, here’s a character image gallery. (The non-superhero is Lois Lane.)

Flashpoint Batman

Flashpoint Cyborg

Flashpoint Flash

Flashpoint Lois Lane

Flashpoint Thawne

Flashpoint WonderWoman

Flashpoint Paradox faceoff

7 Responses  
James Schee writes:  

Kind of whos who of voice talent. Nathan Fillion as Hal, Kevin Conroy as real DC Batman, etc. Someone I know got an advance review copy, it was pretty darn good.

James Schee writes:  

Well good, in a, based on an odd somewhat flawed original story premise at least. lol

James Schee writes:  

Having watched all if it now, I’d only watched he first half last night. Terrible, disgusting story. I really hope no kids see this movie. Blood, guts, beheadings, and one superhero becomes a child killer.

Johanna writes:  

Sadly, that’s not surprising, but how much comes from the original story by Geoff Johns?

If I recall correctly, most of the recent DC animated films are rated PG-13 for violence.

James Schee writes:  

A lot of it was from Geoff’s story, but at least he took time to pay lip service to why these characters were doing what they were. Here they are just evil, well just because I guess.

Wonder Woman has had some odd portrayals in the past, this is hands down the worst I’ve ever saw her used.

Johanna writes:  

I saw a list of clips someone had ripped from an early bootleg copy, and they were all listed as “Wonder Woman kills (different characters)”, which was not inspiring.

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