‘Justice League’ Concept Art Reveals The Superhero Lineup

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Justice League excitement is increasing by the day as more information is released. After the recent set visit where director Zack Snyder and Warner Bros. producers were able to alleviate many fears for the new superhero team-up movie, concept art of the full lineup has appeared online as screen shots from the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition.

Justice League is the highly anticipated sequel to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and will feature Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Aquaman, Cyborg and Superman teaming up to take on Steppenwolf and his army of Parademons.

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Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy.  Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat.  But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes—Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash—it may already be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.

Justice League is scheduled for a November 17th, 2017 release and stars, Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Jason Mamoa, Ezra Miller, Ray Fisher and Henry Cavill.

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Chris Hartmann

Chris Hartmann

Chris Hartmann is a fanboy writer here at Heroic Hollywood, currently based in Vancouver, BC.

  • October_1985

    Come on, even the concept art look terrible… Don’t they have some better artists? Flash suit looks terrible. Does Ezra Miller has no forehead?

    • flavortang

      It’s CONCEPT ART, dummy.

      • October_1985

        Well, there is TONS of concept art out there that are way better good looking. If they are going to use it as piece of marketing, they should take some care and make it better. Have you seen the concept art MARVEL presents? It’s usually flawless, good art, good concept, strong and exciting images. Compare some of the first illustrations we saw of Avengers and compare them with this… And I’m not even talking about the terrible designs intself.

      • October_1985

        This is the concept art of The Avengers Marvel presented a year ahead of the release:
        http://collider.com/the-avengers-concept-art/

        • w0undedmagic

          The Avengers “concept art” was designed for release at COMIC CON. Try reading your own link, simpleton. THIS concept art is actually for the filmmakers to, you know-conceptualize what they want to do with the designs. Yeesh. So many “movie fans” that want to fart out their “opinion” without having a fvckng clue how the business actually works.

          • October_1985

            ok, simpleton! I know well how concept art works, having work myself as conceptual artist for a couple of videogames, no need lessons from you here, thanks. They have released it as a piece of marketing, the same way Marvel did with theirs, and as piece of marketing it plainly sucks, whatever you may say. Quality of the ilustration is subpar, quality of the designs is subpar, and as a whole, the image is terrible.

          • w0undedmagic

            No, I think you do need a lesson. You don’t seem to understand the difference between SUPPLEMENTAL and PROMOTIONAL material. THIS is not a piece of marketing. It is a still from the Special Features on the bluray. it is obviously EARLY concept art. The Avengers “concept art” was SOLD as artwork at comic-con and was obviously created MUCH closer to production of that film, when their designs were refined. That is why Aquaman, Batman, and Flash look NOTHING like the actors portraying them, yet all those Avengers pieces are spitting-image of their actor counterparts.

            Lol, and you call YOURSELF a concept artist? That’s a dubious claim at best. You continue to expose your ignorance.

    • Peter James

      “Does Ezra Miller has no forehead?”

      Ezra Miller haz all your bases…..

      (….and foreheads….
      …..and cheeseburgers…..
      …..and ‘1990’s pop culture references….

      *sorry. …I had to.)

      • October_1985

        Ops! English is not my first language and I make such blunders from time to time..specially if writting in a hurry. My bad.

        • Peter James

          No problem.

          It just reminded me of that popular meme from the 1990’s with that video game (I forget what the title was), where the quote was …“All your bases are belong to us”

          And then I realized that I was combining it with a 2000’s meme of the Cheeseburger cat…..“Can I haz a cheeseburger”…

          (*I spend way too much time on the internet as you can clearly tell).

  • SuperBuckeye30

    Still not loving the look of Aquaman, and Cyborg looks like the exoskeleton of a Terminator in this concept art. And The Flash… well, I don’t know really what to say. At least Superman and Wonder Woman look great!

    • Technofied

      don’t say! It’s the first of many concept arts and I am sure this wasn’t the final/approved design. They have already said that flash will have a bulky suit made out of 170 something pieces. Like the one from Injustice: Gods Among Us

      • w0undedmagic

        No, the “armored” design is similar to Injustice, but the suit is SLEEK. It can be glimpsed in the twitter pic of Snyder and Momoa in the costume shop.

        • Technofied

          Oh, mamoa’s costume is final. It was finalized a long time ago. I was talking about Flash & Cyborg.

          • w0undedmagic

            DUDE. READ. I was clearly referring to The Flash. THE FLASH’S suit IS armored (like Injustice) , but is NOT bulky (like Injustice). THE FLASH’s suit is SLEEK. THE FLASH’s suit can be seen in the background of a picture Snyder tweeted of him and Momoa standing in the costume shop. Better?

          • Technofied

            oh no, i wasn’t trying to correct you but rather a confirmation. btw, the bulky part I heard from the reporters who visited the justice league set.

          • w0undedmagic

            It’s not bulky, you may have misread. It consists of several pieces that fit together to form a sleek/slim armored suit.
            https://twitter.com/zacksnyder/status/701913352528728064

            See for yourself. (Background on the left)

  • LSB

    You guys do realize these are CONCEPT ART?

    • flavortang

      The dummies don’t.

    • Joseph Chaisson

      Concept art implies multiple people working different designs. They usually wait to release alternate designs after the movie. When you see the first concept it tends to be on par with what is on film. The trinity seems to be the same as BvS. Why would you think the others would be different?

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  • I just wonder why the “Unite the Seven” tagline kept being used. Who’s the seventh?

    • Kyle Martin

      Unite the ‘Seven’ Sea’s

    • Peter James

      Was supposed to be the Green Lantern but since they dropped their plans to include him in the movie, it’s seven no more.

      I hear they’re considering alternatives…..