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Justice League's first trailer was finally released a few weeks ago, but fans were disappointed that the red cape superhero was nowhere to be seen. Even as the new posters made way, Superman was not to be seen anywhere.

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Everyone wants to know where beloved Henry Cavill is when the League makers promised that he is an integral part of the movie. While DC and Warner Bros refuse to battle an eyelid and reveal any information on the League movie, a set of leaked packaging photos of the LEGO Justice League box has made its way online answering a few Superman related questions.

The leaked LEGO package images hit online earlier this week and Comicbook.com, with the help of netizens, have seems to have cracked down Superman's connection to Justice League. The website says that the leaked photos gives fans a clue about a major battle that Superman will be a part of.

The leaked images show a "Flying Fox" kit that has created a buzz online for two things: the cost and the pictures on the box. The game set is priced at unbelievable prices that have left many fans in shock. However, the box shows Superman in action alongside Wonder Woman and Batman in his Batmobile flying through the battle scene.

Superman is seen using his heat vision against the parademons. But Superman's attack doesn't stop Steppenwolf from attacking and according to the photos, it looks like he is out to attack Wonder Woman.

The box art revealing that Superman will only jump into action when Steppenwolf himself sets out to attack the League.

Other images show Aquaman fighting in the 'Battle of Atlantis' against parademons. We also get a preview of the 'Knightcrawler Tunnel Attack' kit where The Flash is seen protecting Batman's batmobile with his super-speed power.

For obvious reasons, DC or Warner Bros has not released any statement accepting or denying the leaked theory. But if it is true, the scene seems like it is placed in climax of the movie.

Fans will have to wait for an official release from the Justice League movie to conclude their theory confirmations.

Directed by Zack Snyder, Justice League stars Ben Affleck's Batman, Jason Momoa's Aquaman, Superman Henry Cavill, Wonder Woman Gal Gadot, Ezra Miller as The Flash and Ray Fisher's Cyborg apart from Amy Adams, Willem Dafoe, Jesse Eisenberg, Jeremy Irons, Diane Lane, Connie Nielsen, J. K. Simmons, and Ciarán Hinds. Justice League releases on November 17.