In 2006, Warner Bros. Games released Justice League Heroes, a video game based on the DC Comics’ Justice League of America.
Though hidden behind WHOIS privacy, the names were registered through MarkMonitor, a company that helps more than half of Fortune 100 protect their brands online. So, it’s safe to say Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. is behind the secret registrations.
The list of names include:
Is Warner Bros. planning a remake of the video game or some other service or product? Or are the domain purchases part of the company’s overall intellectual property strategy to prevent other people from using the names?
At the time of this story going online, Warner Bros. has not announced anything official.