“Dawn of Super Heroes” Features Iconic Exhibits
In London, there’s going to be a gallery show featuring over 500 pieces of artwork and 45 original costumes from television and film. Normally, we wouldn’t feature an exhibit overseas, but the we wanted to really share some of the artwork featured in the London exhibit. Quite a bit of it was included in the monthly press release from Titan, who publishes DC Comics magazines. The weird thing about this announcement is that it’s an ad at the end of the press release about February releases. The exhibit in mention will run from Feb. 23 until Sept. 9. at the O2 gallery in London.
What’s that? You want to see the artwork? Well, here’s the ad, sorry, press release. All images and related characters are trademark and copyright DC and Warner Bros.
‘DC Exhibition: Dawn of Super Heroes’ features more than 200 original comic pages, around 300 preparatory sketches and concept artworks for the cinema, together with 45 original costumes, models and props used in the iconic films.
Fans visiting ‘DC Exhibition: Dawn of Super Heroes’ will be able to walk through the exhibition, which runs in chronological order, with each room offering guests a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the mythical DC Universe. Featuring artwork of Super Heroes and Super-Villains such as Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Joker, The Penguin and Mr. Freeze, the Exhibition will bring fans closer to the world’s most iconic characters.
‘DC Exhibition: Dawn of Super Heroes’ features:
Exclusive artworks from the highly-acclaimed Wonder Woman film, directed by Patty Jenkins, that premiered in the summer of 2017.
Costumes and props from more recent films such as; 1989 to 1999’s Batman franchise directed by Tim Burton and Joel Schumacher, the acclaimed The Dark Knight trilogy directed by Christopher Nolan, as well as The Man of Steel, Batman V Superman and the recent Justice League by Zack Snyder.
Original drawings of DC’s stable of famous Super Heroes and Super Villains.
Original costumes from blockbuster DC films including the famous cape worn by Christopher Reeve in the Superman movies and Lynda Carter’s iconic Wonder Woman costume from the 1970s.
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