This bugs me almost every time I see this movie's title. I've never been able to make grammatical sense of that apostrophe, but World's Collide seems to be an almost universally agreed-upon spelling. I'm afraid I don't get it. Is there an official source that actually spells the movie as "World's Collide"? - Caswin 21:33, 4 August 2008 (UTC)

You know what, me too. At first I was actually going to create the article without the apostrophe, but after reading all the citations from the WF page I decided to go with it. The apostrophe doesn't make sense to me too, especially after you read the plot details... But either they have it wrong throughout their article, or the title is supposed to be as it is... ― Thailog 21:55, 4 August 2008 (UTC)


2004 is not recently. The citation listed for the statement from Bruce Timm is "— Bruce Timm (circa 2004), World's Finest" I am putting this change back in. If you have additional questions about it, please use the talk page rather than reverting my change again. MrItty 19:21, 18 June 2009 (UTC)

I don't need to told how to look for information, thank you. But apparently you do.
Recently, Bruce Timm has gone on record saying there's a good chance fans will be seeing Justice League: World's Collide.[1]
Do you see the link at the end of the sentence? That's the source and it's from last year. Hope that clears it up. ― Thailog 19:41, 18 June 2009 (UTC)
Crap. My humblest apologies. I mistook the [2] to be a footnote reference, not an external link. It was the 2nd footnote's source I was referring to. I'm sorry both for the error and for the rudeness. My plate is full of crow and my mouth is full of foot. I sincerely apologize. MrItty 19:46, 18 June 2009 (UTC)
Well, there's nothing that sincere regret won't fix. Don't sweat about it. Your contributions are great, and even the best are allowed to make mistakes. ― Thailog 20:15, 18 June 2009 (UTC)
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