Latest Justice League Poster Revealed at SDCC 2017 – Unites Heroes in Alex Ross Style
Prior to the Warner Bros. panel at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC), the company released a new poster for the upcoming Justice League film. The poster features all of the confirmed heroes as well as a hint to a certain Kryptonian. The eye-catching poster seems to take nods from famed artist Alex Ross. Check out the new Justice League poster below:
The advertisement includes Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Aquaman, and Cyborg. The tagline “YOU CAN’T SAVE THE WORLD ALONE” features emblems from all of the characters including that of Superman’s. Those that are following along in the DC Extended Universe films will remember that at the end of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, Clark Kent (aka Superman) sacrificed himself to defeat Lex Luthor’s mutant creation, Doomsday. The film ends with dirt levitating off of the hero’s casket before the final credits roll. It has been speculated (obviously) that the Man of Steel will return in Justice League, but confirmation from Warner Bros. has not been given.
The poster is very reminiscent of legendary comic artist Alex Ross. Ross has made an entire career by producing comic book art that is hyper-realistic, bringing the characters of Marvel and DC to life in a unique way. Ross’ art has been revered throughout the comic book community for decades, as well as his writing in such books as DC’s Kingdom Come and Wonder Woman: Spirit of Truth. Alex Ross has received multiple awards for his life-like cover art and panels and is considered one of the best comic book artists of all time.
Justice League hits theaters on November 17th, 2017 and stars Ben Affleck (Batman), Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), Jason Mamoa (Aquaman), Ezra Miller (Flash), and Ray Fisher (Cyborg). What do you think of the film’s latest poster? How do you think they’ll bring Superman into the Justice League? Who’s your favorite League member? Sound off in the comments section below. Don’t miss any of the hottest gaming and entertainment news coming from SDCC by following DFTG on Twitter.
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