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Thursday, August 27, 2020

‘Justice League Dark’: Swamp Thing Stands as Tall as the Trees in Unused Concept Art

Before J.J. Abrams and his Bad Robot were hired to develop a series for HBO Max, several filmmakers took a stab at bringing Justice League Dark to life on the big screen.

Doug Liman, best known for the awesome Tom Cruise/Emily Blunt time travel thriller Edge of Tomorrow, was deep into development, even creating concept art that would have launched a different kind of “dark universe” over at Warner Bros. with the likes of John Constantine, Swamp Thing, Etrigan the Demon, Deadman, Spectre, Zatanna, Zatara, Madame Xanadu, and Floronic Man.

Today, artist Houston Sharp shared some unused concept art that he was hired to create for Liman’s project. What Liman was planning looked both stunning and also extremely R-rated.

The first two pieces of art reveal Swamp Thing, created by fire, and standing as tall as the trees deep in the swamp. “Swamp Thing, being a spirit of the swamp, coming into form when a group of arsonists set the plants ablaze,” writes Sharp.

The second, albeit a bit bizarre, shows Klarion, the corpse of a boy possessed by flies, walking in on Constantine with a prostitute. Says Sharp: “This illustration might be the peak of my artistic career.”

 

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Another early design for Swamp Thing for Doug Liman’s cancelled Justice League Dark film. #dc #comics #swampthing #justiceleague

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source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3629258/justice-league-dark-swamp-things-stands-tall-trees-unused-concept-art/

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