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Fictional worlds, particularly shared universes, are built by the wide resonance of so-called anchor characters: the big guns you know, and the ones you always want to be able to see. In the realm of characters based on DC Comics, the primary anchors have always been what fans call “the Trinity”: Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman.
It’s only within the last couple of years that all three characters of the Trinity have shared the same screen space at the same time in single films. Regardless of how the final product may have ended up turning out, you can’t really argue how momentous it was in the final minutes of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice when we got to see these three characters on the same screen at the same time.
Now, though, the shared world…