Genndy Tartakovsky Superman short concept art

It seems like there’s no shortage of stories about abandoned superhero movies, but this one’s a little different in that it’s an animated short rather than a live-action feature. Back around 2013, Genndy Tartakovsky was planning an animated Superman short. His plans were scrapped, but not before back artist Scott Willis had put together a couple of gorgeous concept art pieces. Check out Willis’ work on the Genndy Taratakovsky Superman short below.  Read More »

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