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First trailer for 'LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes - Justice League: Cosmic Clash'.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1pZ7iZxkJU

It will take all the efforts of the Justice League – and a few of their super pals – to keep Brainiac from adding Earth to his miniaturized collection of planets in the all-new animated feature, LEGO® DC Comics Super Heroes – Justice League: Cosmic Clash. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, DC Entertainment and the LEGO Group, the film will be distributed by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on March 1, 2016 on Blu-rayTM Combo Pack, DVD and Digital HD. The Blu-rayTM and DVD releases will include an exclusive Cosmic Boy LEGO® figurine, while supplies last.

Coming to Digital/Blu-Ray/DVD on March 1, 2016. These are kind of the only DC animations worth watching these days in my opinion, so I'm excited we're getting another.

 
I had watched beleaguered one day on Netflix, was surprised at how good it was. I wish more of them would hit streaming services but Warner is pulling back hard on streaming lately.
 

mclem

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It's struck me that I've not really got any idea how far and wide the (for want of a better term) Lego Cinematic Universe stretches. I saw The Padawan Menace waaaay back, quite liked it, then it sort of drifted past me for ages. I look again recently, and there's tons of them.

Good? Bad? Woefully inconsistent?
 
Sad that these get no love

But new clip from the film

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0Ys48Nt0zE&feature=youtu.be

Also it drops on Digital this Tues
Hey, this thread already has more posts than the one made about the previous installment, though it has a (short) ways to go to catch up to the one about Bizarro League.

It's struck me that I've not really got any idea how far and wide the (for want of a better term) Lego Cinematic Universe stretches. I saw The Padawan Menace waaaay back, quite liked it, then it sort of drifted past me for ages. I look again recently, and there's tons of them.

Good? Bad? Woefully inconsistent?
Steadily improving, and the last one was the best yet in my opinion.
 
I'll probably give it a try if they're getting decent praise. I got a little tired of the LEGO humor from all the games but I just finished Young Justice recently and I'm wanting more DC animated.
 
Pretty neat, Bleeding Cool contributor Joshua Stone has a series of "red carpet" (actually gray) interviews with members of the cast and production crew from the premiere a couple of weeks ago.

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Penguin

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Pretty neat, Bleeding Cool contributor Joshua Stone has a series of "red carpet" (actually gray) interviews with members of the cast and production crew from the premiere a couple of weeks ago.

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Sigh

Seems like we're the only two who have interest in this.

We need DC to make them R-Rated would get some attention then.
 
Were it not for "cheerleader" Supergirl, this would easily be my favorite of the LEGO Justice League movies. As it stands now, it's a toss-up between this and Legion of Doom. Lots to love here though:

+Visually this was the most impressive to date.
+Wonder Woman getting lots of screen time, AND better characterization to boot!
+Batman's evolution over the course of these movies has been a fun journey to watch.
+Hal Jordan's a cocky moron. And that's perfect. :p
+The League sucks at hide-and-go seek.
+Batman v. Superman, complete with mecha armor and a surprise twist I didn't see coming!
+Justice-Voltron... I want that. And Pirate Batman. And Cave Wonder Woman. And Super-Brainiac.

Probably going to find time this weekend to watch all of the back-to-back.
 
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