Justice League: Throne of Atlantis last edited by injusticegods39 on 08/25/18 11:55AM View full history

Movie Development

Based on Geoff Johns Throne of Atlantis, DC Comics releases Justice League: Throne of Atlantis as a sequel to Justice League: War with Jay Oliva and Ethan Spaulding directing and Heath Corson writing the movie.

Storyline Development

During the Justice League: War where the superheroes, Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern, Shazam and Cyborg fought against the planet conquerer Darkseid, the movie Justice League: Throne of Atlantis continues the aftermath of the alien invasion and the destruction it brought to its neighboring world, Ocean Master, an Atlantean villain declares war to the surface world. Now, Aquaman or also known as Arthur Curry though young and reckless, he soon discovers his Aquatic Heritage. The movie shows the journey of discovering what he really is and what he is capable of. This is where the Justice League put in together again after the alien invasion. They must team up and meet the future King of Atlantis to fight against the war Ocean Master started and soon must stand up as the ruler of Atlanteans.

Voice Casting

Voice Casting is under Andrea Romano's voice direction skills. The following actors and actresses listed below are the cast:

  • Matt Lanter as Aquaman
  • Sumalee Montano as Queen Mera
  • Sam Witwer as Orm
  • Sirena Irwin as Queen Atlanna
  • Jerry O'Connell as Superman
  • Rosario Dawson as Wonder Woman
  • Jason O'Mara as Batman
  • Christopher Gorham as Flash
  • Nathan Fillion as Green Lantern
  • Sean Patrick Thomas as Cyborg
  • Sean Astin as Shazam

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Watered down Johns 0

There is really no other way of saying this, so;Throne of Atlantis was a terrible story in comics and riddled with Johns' usual fan-logic that puts his current favorite character on the same level of gods and Kryptonians. And the movie just plays as a watered down version of the already flimsy story... only now we have to put up with Arthur's cliche origins of being an outsider finding out he's the king of a land he's never heard of and overcoming his reluctance to lead this place... and hook up...

5 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Not The Worst, but getting there. 0

Not a lot of people are fans of Aquaman. That's just the truth. He has been the butt of many a superhero joke for decades. And even though there have been more than a few stories and incarnations that paint him in a more attractive light, Arthur Curry's good name has been dragged through the mud far too long to be easily cleaned now.But in the past few years, DC and WB have tried to do just that. With bigger and better roles in big comics stories, support behind his own comics titles, the promi...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Too Epic Too Litle Time 0

Like Man of Steel, Justice League: War was a less then auspicious start to this new DC Animated Universe. Son of Batman was no better. It isn’t like group working at Warner Bros. Animation, suddenly forgot how to make a good animated feature, they released the out of continuity Batman: Assault on Arkham after those two features. The latest entry into the New52DCAU (because convoluted acronyms are all the rage) doesn’t reach the highs of past animated features but also dosen’t ...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

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