Lego DC Super-Villains Teaser Shows A Defaced Superman Statue

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Last week, Warner Bros. and TT Games confirmed that a Lego game starring DC villains was coming and would be officially revealed on May 30, 2018. Today, we have the official title and a video teaser ahead of the announcement. It will be called Lego DC Super-Villains and absolutely seems like Joker is the star.

 

The 15-second trailer seems like it might be set in Metropolis, as a giant statue of Superman is shown. However, the Joker has defaced it with paint, to make it look like his own face. Joker laughs, we see his wind-up teeth toys scamper along the screen and then the “Chaos is coming” slogan appears.

 

 

Lego DC Super-Villains is in development, and its first trailer will appear on May 30, 2018.


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