>>93959402>taking out JLI piece by piece, punching Booster Gold into the stratosphere.
It hasn't been established and even when it was established (JL/JLU) both times he was used, it was for a joke/meme moment (e.g. Justice Lord Superman just lobotomized DD with Laser Eyes) or very brief/transitory plot contrivance (the BS Volcano Plot Misdirect for the 'big BS buildup' about Luthor/Cadamus).>and here he's gotta share that billing with Diana and Bruce.>And Diana was doing just as good a job all by herself.
I wouldn't actually necessarily disagree with you on this but posit it really has nothing, in ultimate terms, to do with whether or not DD was done 'right' BUT has EVERYTHING to do with the fact that, beyond a lot of cursory imagery and a very few, very rare beats, for the most part the DCEU has managed to get Superman wrong.
There isn't, for example, anything wrong with either Waller or the government having concerns about someone as powerful as Superman floating around (although that was, IMHO, already sufficiently addressed at the tag ending of MoS with the General, particularly since said military guy ended up in the next Administration) and there isn't even a problem with Batman having concerns about a Superman he's not dealt with or built up a relationship with, work-wise, much less friends-wise -- both of these are pretty well established in the comics.
The problem is execution. The stupidity of a sentence like "even if there is a 1% chance, we have to TAKE IT AS AN ABSOLUTE CERTAINTY" - not only does it make Bruce seem like a stupid, paranoid and petty, jealous asshole, it's just lazy and shitty writing. I haven't seen Suicide Squad, but they other things to point to as threats (such as the Kryptonians and actual existence of aliens who were totally willing to threaten and destroy).