Whatever your opinion is on Warner Bros.' Justice League, there's no denying the enormous amount of detail and imagination that went into the laborious preproduction phase of the cinematic superhero project.
Dozens of talented concept artists, illustrators, and designers were assembled to create the distinctive props, costumes, backgrounds, and vivid set pieces used to ignite the fertile minds of the movie's multitude of craftsmen and filmmakers.
Titan Books has just released a colorful compendium collecting images of this complex and vital part of the creative process in a deluxe volume titled Justice League: The Art of the Film. Written by Abbie Bernstein (The Art of Mad Max: Fury Road), it's 208 thrilling pages of behind-the-scenes photos, concept sketches, costume and prop details, and production stills from the set.
Check out SYFY WIRE's five-page sneak peek at this deluxe new Justice League coffee-table book in the gallery below and tell us if there's someone on your gift list (besides yourself!) who might enjoy unwrapping it underneath the tree.
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