Mar 28, 2017 05:22 AM EDT

The Avengers React To Justice League Trailer

A fanmade video of the Avengers members reacting to the Justice League trailer is getting a lot of hits in YouTube.

DC's Justice League has recently released its trailer and like everyone in the net, reaction videos, praises, and opinions are being shared. The Avengers are not exempt from it.

The Avengers are only (partly) human after all and thus must also have something to say about their counterparts in the DC universe. Do they feel threatened? Do they think it's a great idea that there are other superheroes out there to help Earth?

With YouTube user DrMachakil's fanmade video, it isn't all that hard to imagine how Earth's mightiest heroes would react.

The video starts with the Avengers having a good time at Avengers Tower, having a few drinks, and sharing a few laughs during their night off. They are interrupted by the trailer suddenly playing from their television.

Tony reacts to Cyborg and to Batman's Bruce Wayne saying "I'm rich," Scarlett Witch shows some restrained anger at the sight of Flash who possibly reminds her of Quicksilver as surmised by Comicbook, and Bruce Banner displays awe at Wonder Woman. Thor, however, couldn't continue watching it anymore and simply decides to smash the glass with his mighty hammer, cutting the video off.

Believing that the Justice League will return, the team regroups and discusses their possible courses of action. Vision offers a logical reason as to why the new competition has revealed itself: he said that the Avengers' very strength invites opposition and challenge.

Scott Lang being Scott Lang, says it's awesome and we think so too. Who wouldn't want to see the Avengers and the Justice League in one universe? That would be the film that would finally break the Box Office to the point of no return.

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