Punk Justice

Warren Ellis is doing his damnedest to make sure i don’t work on things i should be working on. After last week’s Spider-movie poster, he issued another irresistable challenge this week over at Whitechapel.
Here’s the details:
“In 1975, while promoting the New York Dolls, Malcolm McLaren got some people from DC incapably drunk and walked off with a two-year license on one of their properties. Went back to London, changed the shop name from SEX to SEDITIONARIES, then said, “here, Viv, you reckon we could blag fifty grand off someone to make a fillum?”

1977. London. You have been tasked with producing the poster for Malcolm McLaren’s JUSTICE LEAGUE film.

What does that look like?”

Having graduated double natural, i had to go for this, again.
Here’s the results:

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