Justice League is still working through post-production, but Warner Bros. isn't sleeping on its promotions. If you happen to be in Paris right now, then you should stop by the Art Ludique to check out some Justice League concept art at a special DC Art Exhibit. If you can't make it, don't worry; Social media has got you covered.
Websites like Twitter and Imgur are being flooded with photos taken from the Art Ludique. The exhibition has a section dedicated to all things Justice League, and exclusive concept artwork of the film can be found there. As you can see below, artist Craig Mullins inked a few pieces of concept art for the film, and the sketches reimagine the superhero squad.
The first piece of artwork looks similar to current Justice League posters, but there are several key differences. Cyborg's costume seems to have a more sleek design, and it does not travel higher than Victor Stone's shoulders. Batman is also seen donning a different get-up as his tactical suit appears to be more silver-grey than black. However, it is Aquaman who sports the most different look.
Jason Momoa is the actor tasked with bringing Aquaman to life on-screen, but his take on the character is very different than what Mullins inked. Aquaman is shown wearing a costume that borrows heavily from his traditional orange-and-green uniform in the comics. Arthur Curry has a brighter aesthetic in Mullins' concept design, but he still appears rugged. Justice League opted to go with a darker look for the hero in the end, but Mullins artwork helps fans envision a different take on the character.
If you want to see the Justice League concept art in-person, you do not have much longer to visit the DC Art Exhibit. The special event will be held in Paris until mid-October, so DC die-hards will want to plan their impromptu pilgrimages now.
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