Snyder Cut sequel comic canceled after accused of plagiarism

Zack Snyder’s Justice League – 82% was a miracle for many fans of the director. One of the bittersweet moments in this version is the epilogue. In it we can see a glimpse of what it could be, in other words, we could see a little bit of the post-apocalyptic world that was going to unleash Darkseid’s victory in the aftermath.

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Of course, this was one of the triggers for the #RestoreTheSnyderverse movement. Fans would like to see the sequels to this tape that Zack Snyder had in store. After it was released, the director spoke several times about his plans and how the heroes were ultimately going to defeat Darkseid.

Unfortunately Warner has said on more than one occasion that he has no plans to restore the universe. Soon after we were able to see the Snyder Cut. The president of Warner Media made it clear, in an interview for Variety, that what she had planned Snyder it is not part of what they are going to give us in the future:

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I appreciate that they [los fans] love Zack’s work and we are so grateful for his many contributions to DC. We’re just happy to be able to bring his Justice League cut – 41% to life because it wasn’t part of the plans until a year ago, thus completing his trilogy. We are very happy that we did, but we are very excited about the plans we have for all of the multidimensional DC characters that are being developed right now. We will not be developing David Ayer’s cut.

That said, fans’ hopes have not died. An announcement was made last week that fed them more. The fans behind the podcast LightCast announced that they were going to make a motion comic based on the plans for the second and third parts of the Snyder Cut called: The Dreamscapes of Justice League: A Motion Comic. It was even announced that it would have the participation of Harry Lennix and Ray Porter.

Needless to say, fans were very excited about the project. We regret to inform you that that changed when you saw images of it. Many Twitter users realized that for this project they were plagiarizing official DC art from artists like Jim Lee, Rafa Sandoval, Jason Fabok, and Ivan Reis.

Here are some strong examples of plagiarism:

After several pieces of evidence that they were plagiarizing were posted, the podcast officially announced that the project was canceled (via Comic Book Movie) and they admitted their wrongdoing, albeit reluctantly; at first they were denied it. Of course, soon after they deleted their Twitter account and all their online presence, but, as often happens in these cases, a screenshot remained. Here you can see what they said:

It is with great sadness that we have to announce that The Dreamscapes of Justice League: A Motion Comic has been officially canceled. As fans of the Snyderverse, we and another group of fans are tasked with bringing to life a continuation of the canceled Justice League story. With the collaboration of actors, artists, musicians and many others, we all agree to give our talents and free time to achieve this goal and help the AFSP charity at the same time. What we couldn’t predict was the general public upset, as well as some harassment of team members, countless legal issues we’ve dealt with, and ultimately our own mistakes in parts of the project. We sincerely apologize to those who supported us along the way and admit our mistakes that have been pointed out by others. All work on the project has stopped immediately, with all parties involved agreeing that it was for the best. Many thanks to everyone who supported us and to those who saw that we were guilty.

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