In what we hope is the start of a full day of character-centric Justice League posters to make "news" stories out of, Warner Bros has released a poster for Justice League ahead of an official trailer release coming Saturday. This new, Aquaman-centric poster follows an Aquaman-centric teaser video posted earlier today, which coincided with director Zack Snyder's release of a Justice League logo poster. Both posters feature the tagline "Unite." Sadly, Jason Momoa has united with a full suit of body armor in this poster, depriving viewers of the opportunity to unite with his abs. Justice League hits theaters on November 17.
In this preview of Joker 2021 Annual #1, the titular Joker plans the purrfect heist, and he needs Catman's help.
Spider-Man gets a message from beyond the grave in this preview of Death of Doctor Strange: Spider-Man #1, but he's too comatose to hear it.
Human Target #2 is in stores from DC Comics on Tuesday, and former JLI member Ice enters the hard-boiled story in this preview.
Black Bolt finds himself fighting giant sand crabs in the desert in this preview of Darkhold: Black Bolt #1, in stores Wednesday from Marvel Comics.
And finally, wrapping up the Black Friday edition of Friday Night Previews here on Bleeding Cool, it's X-Men: The Trial of Magneto #4.
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No Time to Die is coming to the end of its theatrical life and marking the end of Daniel Craig's run as James Bond. Change is coming. It's going to be
Birds of Prey has gotten a baffling "made for TV" type of edit on HBO Max despite still being listed as an R-rated movie.
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