Starring DC executives like Geoff Johns and Jim Lee. We get the "evil" part. We're just not convinced on "necessary."
At San Diego Comic Con today, DC Comics revealed the trailer for Necessary Evil, a documentary about the villains of DC comics.
No, they're not talking about the editorial staff! You could never justify that evil as "necessary." This is about the fictional evil characters that populate the DC Universe. Fictional.
Hey, we know we have a reputation for being biased against DC Comics, but holy crap, the production value on this trailer is about a zillion times better than Marvel's Infinity trailer. We guess it helps when you can include cartoon and movie clips as well, but the narration and sound effects are less cheesy too. Nice one, DC.
Necessary Evil: The Super-Villains of DC Comics hits DVD on October 25.
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