- Embrace The Fantastic
So far the DCEU has delved into the fantastical side of the DCEU. It has used the elements of space, time travel, and other fantastical traits but what made the show great was that it wasn’t afraid of being completely fantastical. The DCEU still has this feeling like it wants to be set in a realistic to an extent. I definitely get the feeling like it wants to have elements that feel grounded, which isn’t completely necessary. The animated series had no issue with going as far out there with the fantastical side to it all and it worked well for them. The DCEU shouldn’t fear going as far out as necessary if they need to. There is no reason to try to be taken seriously by forcing fantastical characters into a realistic environment. I’m not saying that is a bad thing, but it shouldn’t be a mandatory thing.