• June 18, 2017

Top 10 DC Movie Easter Eggs

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Superhero movies are notorious for their hidden references, easter eggs, and call-backs to the comic book origins of the characters on-screen. The easter eggs in films based on the roster of superheroes of DC Comics like Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Aquaman, The Flash, Green Arrow, and many others remind the audience of the many adventures that took place on the page, delighting long-time fans of the source material and encouraging new fans to dig into the backlog of issues in DC’s long history.

00:37 #10: Victor Zsasz – “Batman Begins” (2005)
01:23 #9: John F. Ostrander Federal Building – “Suicide Squad” (2016)
02:09 #8: Aquaman PJs – “Superman Returns” (2006)
03:03 #7: Superman Serial Cameos – “Superman” (1978)
04:00 #6: Clayface’s Maker – “The Dark Knight Rises” (2012)
04:50 #5: The Costumes of Riddler & Two-Face – “Batman & Robin” (1997)
05:36 #4: Keep Calm & Call Batman – “Man of Steel” (2013)
06:21 #3, #2 & #1: ????

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10 thoughts on “Top 10 DC Movie Easter Eggs

  1. Sooo just because they are a well-dressed couple we are all going to assume they are Thomas and Martha Wayne? They could be anyone, really

  2. Here is another suicide squad Easter egg: Joker quoted ride by 21 pilots when he said to Harley “I know you would die for me, but would you live for me?” (Probably not the exact quote but still)

  3. That Classic Harley Quinn suit Easter Egg is actually a direct reference to Batman: Harley Quinn, a one-shot released in the late 90’s. The scene is similar to Alex Ross’ cover to the comic.

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