When the world needs saving, you cant do it alone.Obviously, You will require a Justice league to do that. The movie that features DC comics superheroes that go with the name Justice League depicts hands down some of the best superheroes to exist in the fictional world. Surely we all know that the Justice League is one of the most expensive films to be made. Pretty evident from their props and cinematography quality. In the movie, Bruce Wayne also the Batman is like the dad of every other character in the film, I say so because he is always responsible for gathering each one of them into a spot. Despite his ninja skills, Bruce Wayne has an influence on the earth directly or indirectly with a minimal presence. Batman and Wonder Woman together builds up a team of the strongest heroes you will ever see to form a compact, rigid invincible league named Justice league. With a widespread population of anti hero super villains, how much chance has the Justice League got, which we are to find out? After all the Flash, Aquaman, Cyborg and the recruiter of these characters, themselves form one strong army to save the catastrophic world, but how late are they?
Regardless of the multitude of criticism both positive and negative, the movie was a blast; each one of us enjoyed the action and storyline, although some would say otherwise. Like most top tie franchises, DC movies now too involves Post credits scene to enthrall its audience. Some films don’t just have one but two end credits scene to anticipate its viewers to the maximum. If you consider yourself a critical fan of DC, then you will need to sit longer in the theatres to catch up on the Justice League Post Credits Scene. So if you missed out on it or haven’t really understood what you just watched, then this is the right article for you. Firstly, is there anything worth waiting for the Justice League Post Credits scene? YES! Since there are two of them, one as mid-credits scene and the other as Post credits scene we will discuss both consecutively.
In the first scene, we see the two strongest superheroes in terms of mobility. An iconic race between the world’s fastest man alive and the world’s only Superman, the man of Steel. So who is stronger if both their designations are an immense boast of agility? This scene isn’t as dangerous as a regular end credits scene must be, but it’s still worth watching due to its humorous content. It’s more of a gag reel than an official movie scene but well it is cool anyway, besides more the material the better for every fan. In this scene, The Flash and Superman egg each other before starting on the race. Some hilarious banter is shared among them, which of you watched you know immense efforts have been put into it. It’s a long run as the starting point of the race is at the Kent family farm and ends only at the Pacific coast. This Justice League Post Credit scene is a simple reminder that Superman isn’t titled Superman for no reason. It shows how Superman is super because he can take up the super skill of any superhero and in turn, do it better than them. However, the race didn’t have a conclusion, as fans are left at a cliffhanger to who won. But the scene was a maneuver to claim that the Flash is a gem to the movie and he is here to stay in the future Justice League films.
Moving on to the second Justice League Post Credits scene, which is the more official and serious one and also has an extension later on to some DC movie as per the tradition. Cutting into a prison scene, with unfamiliar prisoners moving in and out, the entire seriousness of the scene makes it evident that this scene has something to do with next DC’s release. From the scene, it’s easy to tell that this prison is supposedly the one in which Lex Luthor was being held. It’s the Argus Institution as far as we can say. Lex Luthor is a supervillain and a familiar face in the DC universe. However, his physical appearance has gone through some drastic transformations with the passage of time. In this prison, the police call out a bald man in straps and buckles who looks really fishy. Upon investigating his face and dramatically turning him around, it is revealed that Lex Luthor has in fact escaped from the place he was being held on. The scene then cuts out to a speedboat moving over silent and serene waters. The speedboat is making its way hurriedly towards a cruise boat. Now, who is in the masked costume that’s riding the speedboat and to whom does the cruise ship belong to? The masked man arrives in front of what we see now as a bald Luthor as he discusses his future evil plans. The cryptic billionaire further proposes with a question whether or not should they build a league of their own.
To explain the second scene and its character’s intentions, its first important to know who actually is. The masked man is known as Deathstroke is an underrated supervillain of the DC universe, who has done some revolutionary things that we are not aware of. In fact, Deadpool is a rip off of Deathstroke, who is also an assassin and as mercenary. He and Luthor set foot on their way to forming the Injustice League which is the rival team to Justice League. Whatever be it, from this minimal conversation clip we can assume that Deathstroke is all arms in helping Luthor in the next big catastrophic war with Justice League. Death stroke’s appearance hints the possibility of his own anti-hero stand-alone movie or else his debut in Batman though none of those have yet been revealed to us yet. We all together should look forward to what’s on their plate next.
Like many other top-grossing movies and their associating post credit scene, Justice League Post Credit Scene is something to be thoroughly intrigued of. We found it thrilling and highly anticipate on what we are to see next from this DC film. With that being said, I hope you found something insightful in this article today.