A direct sequel to Batman: Gotham's Knight. Official Synopsis: Two years after Bruce's sacrifice in Gotham's Knight, Clark returns home to a world that is divided on accepting him. Meanwhile, a new threat begins to emerge.
Suicide Squad - Special Edition
Bad Movies Made Less Bad Presents: Another DC edit in anticipation of the Zack Snyder Justice League release. Lets be honest, this movie sucks. But at least we can say goodbye to neon graphic introductions, hip-shaking from magic villains, repeated expositions, and a lot of Jared Leto.
Aquaman - Special Edition
Bad Movies Made Less Bad Presents: Another DC edit in anticipation of the Zack Snyder Justice League release. A tighter, more focused story of the reluctant heir to the kingdom of Atlantis.
Wonder Woman: Dawn of Justice Part 3 - The Hard Truths Edit
Main Changes: • Restoring Wonder Woman's made-from-clay origin in the end. • Make Diana seem less naïve. • Diminish the role of Dr. Poison • Remove much of the exposition and the Dr. Poison confrontation from the final battle. • Avoid the strange paradoxical elements from the final Act (i.e. soldiers hugging after the defeat of Ares.) • Make the end of WW less optimistic, more in line with MoS and BvS that these heroes are awesome but mankind is questionable.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Part 2 - The Consequences Edit
Bad Movies Made Less Bad Presents: Another DC edit in anticipation of the Zack Snyder Justice League release. (All three movies generally focus on the inherent nature of mankind.)
Man of Steel: Dawn of Justice Part 1 - The Outsider Edit
Its about a confident hero, with boy scout morals almost to a fault, remaining hidden from the world due to his personal choice. With the arrival of Zod, Clark Kent must finally reveal himself to save his adopted world.
Justice League Unlimited: The Age of Heroes
In the style of an episode of Justice League Unlimited, this reimagining of the team’s origin showcases Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and Cyborg alongside the Flash, Martian Manhunter, Supergirl, and Green Arrow.
Superman III - Synergy Edition
This edit turns a critically reviled film into, at best…a decent film. Most of the long-term problems with the piece are geared specifically around pacing and superficiality of certain sequences.
Justice League: Immortal
After Superman's death and hopelessness on Earth, Bruce Wayne summons his new ally, Diana Prince, to fight an even bigger enemy, Steppenwolf. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman quickly search and recruit a team of metahumans, but even with the formation of the unprecedented league of heroes, there is no guarantee that they will be fast enough to save Earth from the greatest apocalypse.
Birds of Prey - The Chronological Edit
Harley, more of a known entity, now is simply discovering the protections afforded under Joker are slipping away. We meet Harley as a spoiled drunk still milking the privileges of being Joker’s girlfriend. The rest of the major characters are introduced sooner, and Sionis’s displays of sadism ramps up more progressively until he dons the mask.
Superman: Last Son
Two years after Bruce's sacrifice, Clark returns home to a world that doesn't feel all that accepting. Meanwhile, a new threat begins to emerge.
Batman Forever: Red Book Edition
One of the most popular fan-edits around. Rare to find? Not anymore. Stream it now!
Justice League: Legion
When the Justice League fail to stop Darkseid's Legion from ending the world, Barry flashes back in time to warn Bruce of the upcoming calamity. Forced jokes are gone, and cheesy dialogue are left on the cutting room floor. The intention of this cut is to create my own unique, interesting and grim story in an attempt to create my own DC Universe. New color grade, new score, surprise films added in, and much much more!
Batman: Gotham's Knight
FireMerk creates a brand new universe, Incorporating an original story using Warner Bros. original footage. Official Synopsis: The Dark Knight meets his ultimate match when Gotham City encounters an imminent threat. Bane terrorizes while Joker enjoys the fun, with Harvey Dent caught in the middle of it all.
Batman v Superman: No Justice
'No Justice' refocuses "Batman v. Superman" on its central conflict between Man and God. All aspects of its 'Dawn of Justice' subtitle are excluded: Wonder Woman, the Justice League, Doomsday, Darkseid and the Kryptonian ship. These omissions create a more coherent and accessible story, intended for a wider audience.
Wonder Woman: The Redemption Cut
Removal of present day intro. Open on young Diana. Intent was to separate the movie from the DCU and make it feel more "stand-alone". Fade to black when Steve and company are running towards the Hanger away from Diana. Cut to post war celebration. Add moments of reflection where Diana remembers Steve's sacrifice. This sequence really helps drive home Diana's final monologue in a much more effective way than the original cut.
Dawn of Justice
FireMerk's first FanEdit, where he took Batman v Superman and Man of Steel and combined them into one film. Taking out things such as Jesse's odd mannerisms as Lex Luthor, as well as Batman straight up killing people, you'll notice how drastically different this version is compared to the original filmmakers.
Justice League: Apokolips
FireMerk Presents: Forced jokes are gone, and the darker tone you all wanted is here. The intention of this cut is to include the Snyder Cut as best as possible, while creating a brand new narrative by combing all the DCEU films, giving fans more than what they wanted, but in the best way possible.