Comic-Con was filled with teasers and trailers, and one upcoming film most are anticipating is “Justice League.” By now, fans are familiar with the five members of the famed superhero clan -- though it is still missing Superman, the Man Of Steel. Superman is expected to come in at some point, though it is not clear how. There are speculations that it would be an evil return but a new trailer at Comic-Con may have altered the expectations once again. However, there is a monkey wrench in the mix with another familiar hero – Green Lantern.

Was it Superman?

Apparently, most took note of that scene in the trailer with Bruce Wayne’s (Ben Affleck) trusted comrade Alfred Pennyworth (Jeremy Irons).

It appears that there is one Justice League member unaccounted for and most believe it could be Superman (Henry Cavill). This line has left many in suspense: “He said you’d come. Now let’s hope… you’re not too late.” Is this Superman returning to the fray as prophesied by Batman? Despite a gathering of powerful superheroes, a resurrected Man of Steel is pretty much welcome.

How about Green Lantern?

While it seems that Superman is the one Alfred is talking to, most wonder how this came to be. Everyone knows how he exited (temporarily) in “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice” -- though it may take more than that to keep him down. Missing (for now) is how Superman comes back to life. Did Bruce do something to breathe life into Clark Kent?

Or did Steppenwolf (Ciarran Hinds) do something to resuscitate the Kryptonian?

While most may not be totally familiar with Steppenwolf, it seems that the new threat is pretty overwhelming. Batman, Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), The Flash (Ezra Miller), Cyborg (Ray Fisher) and Superman may already be overkill but the team could use some more help.

Will there be a Green Lantern in the mix?

If one looks closely at Alfred’s glasses, there is a green reflection which has sparked a belief that GL may be in the mix. There are hints of the Green Lantern corps so the invasion may eventually draw out some participation from that race. The only problem is that the person taking the role has not been mentioned (for now).

Hence, there could be two familiar figures suiting up. The only thing left to ponder is: Who did Alfred really see? Whoever it is, the only thing certain right now is that he has arrived to help. But, as the trusted old butler said, hopefully he didn’t arrive too late. “Justice League” is scheduled to hit theaters on Nov. 17, 2017.

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