10 Villains Referenced In The DCEU But Never Actually Shown

The DC Extended Universe will soon be rebooted, but in its decade-long lifespan, it has adapted a wide selection of DC Comics characters, including ten villains who are only referenced rather than shown. Following the pop culture-redefining success of Marvel’s The Avengers, Warner Bros. and DC initiated their own shared universe with 2013’s Man of Steel, whose focus on Superman’s origin did not prevent it from alluding to a larger DC Universe surrounding Clark Kent. By the DCEU’s final installments before James Gunn and Peter Safran’s partial reboot, the franchise has acknowledged or at least referenced ten supervillains without visually depicting them.
In many cases, these tangential supervillains of the old DCEU are acknowledged via easter eggs or throwaway lines of dialogue, demonstrating how much of the DC Comics universe is part of the film franchise. In other cases, the villains themselves debut in non-visual mediums, making them part of the DCEU but lacking live-action appearances. In any case, the DCEU is a vast universe with a plethora of iconic and obscure DC Comics characters, including 10 particular supervillains who are referenced without being directly shown.


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