Justice League: The New Frontier is set in the 1950s during the paranoia of the Cold War and it’s propaganda. A new generation of superheroes with a hostile government and population that doesn’t trust them must join forces with the community’s active veterans to fight a menace to Earth.
You can’t think of RoboCop without thinking of Director Paul Verhoeven. His building a world within a world is what makes RoboCop entertaining. From the News Reports to the Crazy Adverts on TV “I’d Buy That For A Dollar” and the “Nukem” board game is what makes Verhoeven’s movies so memorable. There is a fine line between comic book and serious storytelling, possibly more so back in the late 1980’s before Tim Burton’s Batman.