It’s Too Much
In a blink and you miss it moment, Dc Comics Artist, David Williams, wanted to emphasize the lighter side of the DC Comics world. But just how does one go about doing so, you ask? By subtly drawing a caricature of the Director that attempted to reshoot Zack Snyder’s Justice League. Looking at the panels below, you’ll notice there’s a very familiar-looking homeless person lying on the ground. He’s wearing what looks to be an Avengers shirt with a sign next to him that reads “I Tried“. For those unfamiliar with that homage, it’s from the opening of Justice League that was most likely an attempt to give Whedon sympathy. Instead, it just made things worse.
To make matters even more hilarious, Williams evidently showed it to Jay Oliva, Director of The Dark Knight Returns Animated Films. Oliva then showed it to Zack Snyder, director of Batman v Superman, and both shared a laugh. Unfortunately for DC fans wanting to partake in the humorous drawing, the Editors caught the jab before it could go to final printing. But that just means they’ll have to have someone replace Joss Whedon in “Beach Blanket Bad Guys #1″ when it debuts.
What are your thoughts? Do you think this was too much? Let us know in the comments section below.
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