Zack Snyder tweets Jim Lee’s artwork to be printed on T-shirts during an event to promote mental health and suicide prevention.
Zack Snyder shared the latest Justice League artwork from Jim Lee, a renowned comic book artist, and Chief Creative Officer of DC Comics. The unfinished artwork could form part of a concept that will be used on T-shirts at a future fan-based event.
Snyder posted the Lee design on Twitter with the caption “In the process of being completed.” Jim Lee is a genius. Full Circle Weekend screenings exclusively to raise awareness of mental health and suicide prevention Following the loss of his daughter Autumn, Snyder left 2017’s Justice League following a diagnosis of depression. The Full Circle event will take between April 28 and 30. The event will feature screenings of Snyder’s most adored films and panel discussions and merchandise, including T-shirts with Lee’s art. Snyder’s sketch preview features Henry Cavill as Superman, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Ray Fisher as Cyborg, and Darkseid. Lee was the previous illustrator for the SteelBook versions of Man of Steel and Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League.
Related: Ray Fisher Pushes for DC Firings in the Wake of James Gunn’s New Plans
Snyder has teased the Full Circle event recently with the release of an audio message from Darkseid (the legendary leader of Apokolips, and a major antagonist of Snyder’s Justice League). The message was brief and said that April 29 and 30, were the date. Save the date. On the 28th and 29th of April, the screenings will include Man of Steel and Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. The films will be shown in Pasadena’s Art Center. Following the screenings, there will be an IMAX screening of Zack Snyder’s Justice League at Universal CityWalk on April 30.
Snyder fans have been agitating against Warner Bros. since James Gunn (CEO) and Peter Safran (CEO) assumed control of DC Studios in November 2022. They announced a large-scale revamp of DC Universe in January 2023. Discovery to transfer the SnyderVerse rights to Netflix. It is the location of Snyder’s Army of the Dead and the forthcoming Rebel Moon. Gunn has since responded to the movement, calling #SellTheSnyderverseToNetflix the “wackiest hashtag ever.”
Gunn has been criticized by a lot of Snyder fans who have condemned Snyder as the DC Studios boss for his announcement of his role as director for Superman Legacy. The tweet was shared on Twitter on the same day as Snyder released his Darkseid video was released. My brother Matt told me that he started to cry upon seeing the day of release. I asked him what was wrong. I asked him to explain why. He said, “Dude, it is Dad’s birthday.” Gunn posted a caption, “I hadn’t realized.” Gunn also discussed the impact of his father on his professional and personal life. “I lost my dad just three years ago. He was my most trusted friend. Even though he didn’t have any contact with me when I was a kid but he was always supportive of my passion for film and comics. Without him, I would not have made this film today.
Related: Justice League – Justice Is Gray Reaffirms Black and White Filmmaking
Gunn claims that Snyder and he are great acquaintances despite forums that pit them against one other. Gunn said that Snyder had “contacted him to show his appreciation for my choice” in February. He’s a wonderful man.” After the revelation that Warner Bros. had contacted him in November 2022, he was dismissed. In the meantime, Discovery and DC Studios had not yet approached Snyder about bringing them back to DC, Snyder expressed his gratitude for Gunn and Safran. He added, “I’m just wishing they all the best and hoping that they create some great films.”
Snyder fans can look forward to the Full Circle event which will be held from April 28 to 30.