DC Films has several projects in the works right now, but few of them has toiled as long as Justice League Dark. Based on the supernatural counterpart to the Justice League, Warner Bros. has tried and failed to get a Justice League Dark movie off the ground for years. In light of the recent reshuffling of DC Films, who knows what the progress is for the movie now, but at least we have an idea of what one filmmaker was intending to do with the supernatural superhero movie. Director Joseph Kahn has released concept art of what his pitch for Justice League Dark looked like.

The most heavily associated name with Justice League Dark is Guillermo del Toro, who was originally attached to bring the movie to the big screen. However, del Toro eventually left the project and Doug Liman took over. Then Liman left and Warner Bros. accepted pitches from different filmmakers. These concept art designs are from Joseph Kahn, who collaborated with Ironklad Studios, and are not an example of del Toro's version, as The Shape of Water director pointed out on Twitter. Joseph Kahn's designs, posted to his Twitter, give us an idea of what the roster for the team would have been like and the visual tone they were going for. The pieces of concept art also envision the actors who could have been good fits for the characters. Check out the first one below, which offers a solid look at Swamp Thing.

That's a nice looking Swamp Thing right there, though, there's a bit too much going on for my tastes. Head to the next page to see the rest of the designs for the superhero ensemble.

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