The Gotham by Gaslight Batman has had a pretty good run since his original appearance by Mike Mignola and Brian Augustyn – it’s just too bad about getting turned into a creature of the night in the Countdown Arena. And while we’ve already seen the Steampunk Blue Beetle, what would the rest of the JLA look like?

The guy that runs Sillof’s Workshop has the answer with Gaslight Justice League. Stunningly beautiful mods borrowing parts from other figures along with custom molds the Gaslight Justice League is one that DC Direct or Mattel might want to pick up and make a full production run. I know I’d buy the complete set – especially if it included a build a figure Steampunk Metallo or Braniac.

Take the jump for the rest of the pics!


If you head over to Silof’s site, you can download a wallpaper for your desktop of the whole gang!

via Sillof’s Workshop

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  1. February 14, 2008 at 12:50 pm — Reply

    Man, those look amazing! I love his Star Wars revisions as well, and those are the best looking Daredevil figures I have seen!

  2. Lee Nygma
    February 14, 2008 at 4:51 pm — Reply

    Holy, retrovention Batman!

    These must be made.

  3. ironian
    February 15, 2008 at 10:08 am — Reply

    Godammit, these look simply INCREDIBLE! The turn-of-the-century designs are spot on and very well thought out.

    I love the “S” emblem on Superman, and Aquaman’s look just seems so logical! This Flash looks so much better than the mustachioed French Flash in JSA Liberty Files.

    Curse you, Sillof’s Workshop! Curse you and your gifted talents for teasing us with exquisite figures we could never have!!!

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