Creature Commandos Concept Art Shows David Harbour’s Frankenstein

Black ops team out of monstrous prisoners; Gunn wrote all the episodes of the first season.

Black ops team out of monstrous prisoners; Gunn wrote all the episodes of the first season.

Creature Commandos Concept Art Shows Frankenstein

Creature Commandos concept art shows off David Harbour’s Frankenstein and more for James Gunn’s upcoming animated series that launches the DCU.

The art was spotted by fans on artist Meryl Franck’s website.

The Creature Commandos concept art features various locations and designs for Frankenstein and the Bride, played by Indira Varma.

Worth a mention is this is just concept art and not the final design.

DCU 'Creatures Commandos' Reveals Full Cast

Who stars in Creature Commandos?

Back in April, James Gunn announced Frank Grillo is indeed playing Rick Flag Sr. the father of Joel Kinnaman’s Rick Flag, Jr.; David Harbour is playing Eric Frankenstein a version of the classic monster, and Indira Varma is the Bride, a version of Frankenstein’s love interest.

Gunn also announced Alan Tudyk is playing Dr. Phosphorous, a radioactive Batman villain; Maria Bakalova is Princess Ilana Rostovic, a new character for the show; Sean Gunn is playing both GI Robot, a military android, and Weasel from The Suicide Squad; Zoe Chao voices Nina Mazursky, an amphibious scientist, and Steve Agee is returning as John Economos from Gunn’s The Suicide Squad and the recent post-credit scene in Shazam: Fury of the Gods.

What is Creature Commandos about?

The official description offers Creatures Commandos is a seven-episode animated show in which Amanda Waller creates a black ops team out of monstrous prisoners; Gunn wrote all the episodes of the first season.

It’s also known Viola Davis will be back as Amanda Waller, with it added the animated series ties into the upcoming Waller live-action series.

Gunn has also said the animated voice actors will be playing their live-action counterparts, so look for the above actors to be seen as their respective characters possibly in Waller and other DCU projects.

“Some of them yes are already a part of live-action plans,” confirmed Gunn in a tweet.

Another fan asked what makes them different from the Suicide Squad?

“They are monsters,” replied Gunn who also confirmed Ron Perlman isn’t a part of the show.

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