Commissioner Gordon sends up the Bat-Signal. Hey wait, does J.K. Simmons even get to show off his much-hyped buff bod in this trailer? If not, we call shenanigans.
Cyborg (Ray Fisher) looks pretty impressive in this trailer.
Wonder Woman makes an appearance. It was also announced on Saturday that she'll be getting a sequel, "Wonder Woman 2," and to no one's surprise, Gal Gadot is back to star.
Aquaman (Jason Momoa) has the badass five-pointed trident (quindent?) seen in the comics. Really, he barely needs it.
Flash (Ezra Miller) shows off his superhuman speed.
Batman (Ben Affleck) spots his signal. Though there were rumors that Affleck would be giving up the part, he made it clear at the Comic-Con panel that he's not going anywhere.
When an unidentified someone with a giant gun strides through a metal detector without stopping, who you gonna call? No, not the Ghostbusters, silly.
The gunman strides by as a group of schoolgirls and their teachers attempt to take cover. Countdown to an Amazon arrival in one ... two ...
And ... there she is.
Oh, seriously, people -- you need to learn that shooting a bullet at Wonder Woman is like gently tossing a Frisbee at a regular person.
Wonder Woman plays the innocent card; cleaning a statue, discussing her boring weekend.
Every good fight should close with a hair flip. Remember this -- someone else has a pretty good hair flip later on.
The Daily Planet headline reminds us we're still mourning Superman.
Batman balances on one creepy-looking gargoyle.
Back on Diana's home island of Themyscira, the Amazons are guarding a Mother Box (a kind of living computer) when suddenly, a boom tube (an extraterrestrial portal, associated with Cyborg in comics) opens up.
Connie Nielsen's Queen Hippolyta braces for the bad scene about to unfold.
This looks to us like Aquaman swimming towards a throne, with someone else seated on it.
Sure, maybe you can open your eyes underwater, but not like Aquaman. He doesn't even need Visine.
Flash smashes through a window at super-speed.
"Honestly, I think we're all gonna die," says Aquaman bluntly. Naw, too many sequels and solo films already lined up.
"One misses the days when one's biggest concerns were exploding, windup penguins," says Batman's loyal pal Alfred (Jeremy Irons).
Steppenwolf's axe is pretty terrifying. Here, he strikes the ground and breaks out rivers of lava.
A great shot of Cyborg at a broken window.
Flash in motion.
Flash shows himself the newbie of the group more than once in the trailer. Here, as the other main four strut impressively, he whispers, "It's really cool you guys seem ready to do battle and stuff, but I've never done battle..."
"...I've just pushed some people and run away," Flash explains to Batman.
Looks like Steppenwolf isn't going to let Atlantis alone, but Aquaman might have something to say about that.
Just including this for Wonder Woman's awesome pre-punch facial expression.
You go, Wonder Woman.
Batman caught in impressive midleap.
A pair of parademons attempt to hitch a ride on the back of the Batmobile.
The battle in Themyscira looks a little like a Dothraki fight from "Game of Thrones." Anyone know what Khal Drogo is doing these days?
When Wonder Woman can't quite reach her sword in midair, Flash gives her a little assistance.
I get by with a little help from my friends.
In a pretty cool sequence, Aquaman stabs a parademon he's battling in midair, and rides the body down to safety.
Promised you another hair flip, and here it is.
And in the final scene, Alfred says, "You said you'd come. Now let's hope you're not too late." Do you see the outline of a broad-shouldered dude, perhaps one wearing a red cape? Just us, then?