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Jo Isnain


Hey guys, it has been so long since I have posted literally ANYTHING on Moviepilot. Sorry I wanted to make updates but my laptop was spoiled 3 weeks ago and 3 weeks later today I have returned, man I have been wanting to make this post for a while now I just didn't have the right tools for it (by tools I mean my laptop). So now I am back for more to post comic-related stuff and by that I also mean comic TV series such as; [The Flash](series:1068303), Arrow, (the soon coming TV series') Daredevil, AKA Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Supergirl, (hopefully) Krypton, The Defenders and more! So lets get started shall we? (lets just hope I'm not a little rusty).

So today's topic I am talking about violence, we've seen them in movies,we've seen them in some TV shows, but I am talking about comic movies like from Marvel or DC and other comic universes respectively. And yes you read the title it says Justice League:The Flashpoint Paradox, Most Violent Animated Film Ever Made by DC? You should totally agree with me on this I mean DC has made a lot of violent animated films (not too violent) but nothing is more violent than Justice League:The Flashpoint Paradox. Why? Well there are a few reasons it is the most violent animated DC film ever.

Here's why...

1.The brutal fighting in it!

Aquaman vs Wonder Woman
Aquaman vs Wonder Woman

Kicking off the list of reasons is, yes you said it the brutal fighting in it. As some of you have seen it in the movie that fighting is everything, the movie focuses on pretty much drastic violence and drama between Wonder Woman and Aquaman who have already started world war 3 and all because of what? Wonder Woman killing [Aquaman](movie:264237)'s wife? (I can't remember her name) Yes I know it was a bad move for Wonder Woman but it is called self-defense and Arthur doesn't seem to take it easy because of that. I mean sure he had an affair with Wonder Woman (I mean come on who wouldn't right?) and sure it pisses Arthur's wife but that doesn't mean they have to use violence I mean did you see when Wonder Woman held her head and wore her crown?

Yes that one
Yes that one

Blood was all over the place, the amazon was nearly destroyed and Arthur also got pissed off seeing as how Wonder Woman wears his wife's crown like a trophy (as how Aquaman says it).

2.The blood violence

Nothing says violence more that seeing a kid brutally murdered by a not-so [Wonder Woman](movie:45787), I mean did you count how many bloodshed there were in the movie!? I didn't count but I know it was more than 5 heck it was more than 10 (maybe). Seriously look at it a lot of lives were lost that day and one of them being Billy Batson's life while the others...

Look at the blood there when Grifter was shot with an arrow and also when he was shooting the amazonian the blood was all over the place it was like her head exploded.

Bruce Wayne's death was also one of the things that made this film violent and seeing how Martha Wayne becoming The Joker? What a twist! I mean it is Flashpoint so some characters get a gender-bender.

3.The surprisingly amount of deaths

The amount of deaths in this movie was very surprising I never expected to see so many deaths I mean lets do a recount of deaths and I'm not just talking about the blood that were shed. So Grifter's death was one.

  • Grifter
  • Billy Batson
  • Eoboard Thawne
  • Black Manta
  • Aquaman's wife
  • Bruce Wayne
  • Cyborg
  • Steve Trevor
  • Deathstroke
  • Lex Luthor
  • Amazonians
  • Atlantians
  • The deaths of Deathstroke's followers
  • Vibe
  • Icicle Junior
  • Clayface
  • Aqualad
  • Captain Atom
  • Elongated Man
  • Hal Jordan

There are a lot more but I'm too lazy to find out the rest, but hey I said there were more than 10.

Well looks like those are the reasons I can give so far I forgot the rest but these reasons should do, for now.


Is Flashpoint Paradox the most violent animated DC film ever?


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