Concept Art For 1994's THE SHADOW Starring Alec Baldwin

Hit the jump to check out concept art that was created by concept artist Christopher Ross (Captain America: The Winter Soldier) for Alec Baldwin's 1994 superhero film The Shadow.

Concept Art by Christopher Ross
The Shadow (1994) - Alec Baldwin stars with Penelope Ann Miller as the legendary crime-fighting superhero in "The wittiest action-adventure since Indiana Jones!" (NBC News). Donning his sweeping black cape and disguise, The Shadow takes on his most dangerous nemesis yet: the last descendant of the great Genghis Khan whose weapon of choice is an atomic bomb. With the fate of humanity hanging in the balance, they square off for a spectacular battle in a dazzling mixture of mind-blowing special effects, humor and a dose of the macabre that will hold you spellbound!

Actors: Alec Baldwin, Penelope Ann Miller, Tim Curry, Peter Boyle & Ian McKellen
Director: Russell Mulcahy * Screenwriter: David Koepp
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