Cancelled Justice League Game Art

Photo courtesy of Jon Gwyn

Some history. In 2008, or there abouts, George Mad Max Miller was set to helm a Justice League movie, which was starting to sound like a live action adaptation of the animated series, when it was cancelled. This is probably for the best, as it undoubtedly would have been terrible, and I'm making that statement simply by going by DC's non-Nolan directed track record here. Statistics don't always lie. It would have starred Armie Hammer as Batman, whom I'm not taken with, and have said so before; Megan Gale as Wonder Woman, who I don't know who that is; and Adam Brody as the Flash, because the OC had just finished and people still cared about Adam Brody. I was not sad to see it disappear.

As with all things, there was to be a video game tie in, which was not cancelled, but simply became it's own thing at Double Helix, until it was cancelled in favour of the Green Lantern tie in, Rise of the Manhunters. Smart move there, eh?

Art director Jon Gwyn has posted some of the early renders on his site, but if you hit the jump, you can spy the most interesting of the images, including the Flash Museum, the Wayne Enterprises loading bay, and how even digitally, they still can't quiet make Wonder Woman work.

Via ComicsAlliance, where you can check out even more images.

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Adopting the descriptor of "successfully unpublished author", MR. Clark began writing things on the internet in 2012, which he believed to be an entirely reputable and civilized place to find and deliver information. He regrets much.


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