Fans rally to restore the SnyderVerse

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Fans of “Zack Snyder’s Justice League” are organizing quite the crusade in an effort to restore the Director’s vision for the DC Cinematic Universe (also known as the DC Extended Universe or DCEU).

On April 21, 2021 campaign organizers will take to the streets with mobile billboard trucks destined for Warner Media and AT&T locations in three separate locations across the country. The campaign also placed a free ad on the Daily Planet’s website.

“As DC fans, we appreciate the respect and grandeur Zack Snyder has given to those characters,” Alessandro Maniscalco, one of the campaign organizers, said in a statement. “We find his story compelling and want to see more of his DC universe.”

The campaign organizers stated that they also recognize the overwhelmingly positive response to “Zack Snyder’s Justice League” by the public, reaffirming his approach to the characters.

“On April 21st we will be taking that #RestoretheSnyderverse message directly to WarnerMedia and AT&T by sending mobile billboard trucks to their headquarters in New York City and Dallas, as well as the Warner lot in Burbank,” Hamad Al-Mansouri, another organizer, said.

According to organizers, a premium banner will also fly by the AT&T headquarters in Dallas, Texas at noon that same day. Organizers said the trucks have already been fully funded and booked. Any additional money that is donated to their cause goes directly to The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP), a voluntary health organization based in New York City, with a public policy office based in Washington, D.C., and local chapters in all 50 states in the United States. The organization’s stated mission is to “save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide.”

“It is important that these companies understand and see that we are an ever growing consumer base expressing demand for a product they’ve introduced us to as opposed to the ‘toxic’ element they make their audience out to be,” the campaign said.

Zack Benz

Zack Benz has been a fan of the Daily Planet since he was eight years old. The Daily Planet has always been a beacon of hope for him and it’s his life’s mission to make it shine in a similar light to so many around the world. Zack graduated with a degree in journalism and art from the University of Minnesota Duluth in 2019.

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