If you like collecting art books for your coffee table, and also have a thing fo DC Comics, then you should definitely check out our review of Titan Books’ Justice League: The Art of the Film. The book is based on the live-action film that is now in theaters, and while the movie is just average at best, the art book is another top-notch collectible from Titan Books.

The book is authored by Abbie Bernstein and has a forward by Geoff Johns and an introduction from the film’s producer, Charles Roven. It features 208 pages that cover the film’s plot from start to finish. The book is heavy on imagery and light on reading, which disappointed me a bit. I love looking at the pictures, but a film with as much drama behind it as Justice League could have benefited from more explanation for why certain design choices were made, as well as why certain scenes were cut. You do get quotes from the cast and crew on nearly every page, but I would have liked more detail.

You can check out what the book looks like below via the full video review.

If you liked what you see you can pick up a copy from Amazon using the button below. It’ll set you back $28.



Review Summary

Readability - 8.5
Presentation - 9
Price - 8.5
Entertainment Value - 8



While Justice League may not have turned out to be an epic DC movie, its art book is pretty well done and full of interesting images and quotes from the cast and crew.



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Review Statement: The author of this review was provided a sample copy by the publisher for the purposes of this review.

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