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Discussion in 'Aquaman' started by Micromind, Sep 17, 2018.
Concept Art Karathen ! Reminds me of Kaiju's from Pacific Rim.
Fisherman King and his Royal family was created using a combination of practical and CGI effects. (same for Trench creatures) One of the Fisher-mermaids (Queen Rina) is wife of the Producer of Aquaman (Peter Safran.)
oh ****!! both look awesome!!
It's a shame FK got killed
This is so damn beautiful.
Damn, Ocean Master / Nite Owl II has some serious knowledge about DC mythology !
yea, the karathen did remind me of a pacific rim kaiju.
the movie's so insane - you have aquaman riding a giant kaiju fighting in an underwater star wars battle.
he's gotta be at least #2 on the power level of the justice league - if not #1, he can seriously compete against superman if he can control giant sea monsters and all that.
And Orm riding a Tylosaur !
Awesome concept art for Brine Army. (Concept artwork by Kaichen Yan)
Bridge to Atlantis. (Concept artwork by Kaichen Yan)
Topo ! (Concept artwork by Kaichen Yan)
Undersea Lava Lakes. (Concept artwork by Kaichen Yan)
wanna see more of them in the sequel please
Atlantis concept art by christian lorenz scheurer
Vulko meets Arthur at Old Atlantis ruins.
Ring of Fire
For those who are still wondering.. James Wan confirms that Arthur visits Atlantis for the first time in Aquaman movie.
In “Justice League,” we thought Arthur Curry/Aquaman traveled to Atlantis when he meets Mera. But in “Aquaman,” he apparently goes to Atlantis for the first time. So what’s happening there? Where was he in “Justice League”?
It wasn’t Atlantis. I spoke with Zack [Snyder, director of “Justice League,”] early on, and Zack mentioned that the location that Aquaman swims to in “Justice League” is an outpost. So when he told me that was his idea, I was like, “Oh great, then I can actually have Arthur go to Atlantis for the first time.” That’s very important for me, because he can go into it and have a wide-eyed approach to Atlantis and be in awe of it. I think that’s very important from a storytelling standpoint because the audience gets to experience Atlantis for the first time along with the character.