Justice League is just days away from its big screen debut, and now we have a new look at the heroes' initial designs.
Multiple pieces of new Justice League concept art have surfaced online, which appear to be from the Justice League: The Art of the Film book. The first piece of concept art, which you can check out below, shows Batman (Ben Affleck) perched on top of a gargoyle, seeming to have a meeting with Commissioner Gordon (JK Simmons).
While segments of this scene have already made their way to Justice League's promotional material, namely Batman on the gargoyle and Gordon's rooftop meeting with the League, seeing it in a wider scope is something else altogether. Fans have already complimented the concept art, even comparing it to something out of the Arkham video game series.
Two other pieces of concept art highlight initial designs for Barry Allen/The Flash (Ezra Miller) and Victor Stone/Cyborg (Ray Fisher). The Flash piece shows a pretty similar costume design to what has been seen in the film, just with a more damaged looking texture. It also shows Barry with a bit of facial hair, something that has not seemed to transfer over to Miller's performance in the film.
The Cyborg piece, on the other hand, features a much different design. While the general pieces of the costume appear to have carried over, the concept art shows a much smoother and symmetrical surface, as opposed to the diamond-like texture of the finished product.
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Justice League opens in theaters on November 17, 2017. The film will be followed in the DC Extended Universe by Aquaman on December 21,