(The sequel to Ascendant.) Picking up immediately after the events of Ascendant, telekinetic superhero-in-training Caleb Conrad has succeeded in his mission to avenge the murder of his mentor/adoptive father, famed retired superhero Robert Richter a.k.a “The Bolt”, at the hands of his arch-nemesis, billionaire multi-industrialist Sebastian Samuels a.k.a “The Unstoppable”, though his actions and chaotic final battle with Samuels has resulted in Caleb being apprehended by government officials under the orders of retired superhero turned politician Louise Langdon. As Caleb and his remaining confidants await to plead his case before the world's governments as to why superheroism should not be …
(Based on a fan-made poster I created on DeviantArt.) In a world where Superheroes were once seen as the ultimate shining example of truth and justice amongst the rest of humanity and were practically worshipped as deities, but nowadays, following years of collateral damage, unexpected turncoats and evergrowing mass cynicism towards the very idea of superheroism, they have been greatly frowned upon and are essentially on the verge of being officially outlawed, even many famed superheroes have lost faith in themselves and have retired, though there is a very small handful who remain hopeful that superheroes will be needed again. …
A High School Teacher is dressed in the Red costume with a cape by using a suit from an unusual alien encounter that made him a hero who fight crime and violence with his super powers.
When Hank Pym is framed for an old colleague's murder, Scott Lang and Hope van Dyne work to clear his name, while stopping all of San Francisco from falling under Basil Sandhurst's control. Note: I added Monica as Basil's second-in-command and replaced Dave with an exclusive character Deacon, as T.I. won't be returning in Quantumania
This fantasy JLA movie has the Joker (Jack Nicholson) teaming up with Lex Luthor (Gene Hackman), and Christopher Reeve’s Superman, Michael Keaton’s Batman, and TV’s Wonder Woman (Lynda Carter) and Flash (John Wesley Shipp) team up to stop their deadly plans.
(My proposed dream sequel to Man Of Steel) PLOT SUMMARY: Set sometime after the events of Zack Snyder's Justice League, Clark Kent is trying to reestablish himself and pick back up from where he left off though knowing the world has undeniably changed since he was last around while also coming to grips with soon becoming a father. But things are about to become much complicated for him as a mysterious figure suddenly arrives in the form of a young female Kryptonian who Clark discovers is, in fact, his cousin named Kara Zor-El. As Clark attempts to become a mentor …
The Secret Origin of Arthur Curry takes place in the coast of Maine where he was drifted off to sea from the lighthouse he grew up as a Warrior living in an ancient kingdom caled “Atlantis” under the ocean, where he can breathe underwater and speak to the Sea Mammals with his Super-Powers. He is Aqauaman “The Superior of the Seven Seas”.
Clark Kent changes into Superman while raising his sons in Smallville, Kansas he also teams up with the Billionaire of Gotham City, Amazon Princess of Themysciria, The Fastest Man Alive, The King of Atlantis, and The Emerald Guardian to confront their arch enemies across the unknown world in the universe.
The mighty destroyer of worlds, Darkseid comes to Earth searching for a hidden formula, the Anti-Life Equation which can dominate all life! The Justice League unite again to prevent Darkseid but everything goes wrong in the mix, Superman turns against Justice League and destroys the world in the process! Batman has to team up with all he has left including the Joker to take down Darkseid. Can the League prevail and save the world?
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