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Batman & Superman Get the Wonder Woman 1984 Treatment in Fan Posters

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Now that some time has passed since it was confirmed that Patty Jenkins' follow-up to Wonder Woman would be titled Wonder Woman 1984, people are speculating and fan art is starting to pop up.

The director is looking to celebrate the character's 75 year history with the film, but do the subjects of these new fan-made posters fall into Jenkins' vision? Probably not, if only because some of the heroes featured would not have been alive in 1984, when the film is set.

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Artist BossLogic, known for their photo editing expertise and takes on pop culture, especially the Marvel Cinematic Universe and DC Extended Universe, has given the rest of the Justice League the 1984 treatment over the last few days.

The series has thus far included a Marty McFly'd take on the Flash, a very youthful Aquaman, Cyborg complete with a flat top and a predictably mustachioed Superman. However, the fan favorite from the series is Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne. The youthful, Good Will Hunting-era Affleck sports a fanny pack with the Bat-symbol emblazoned on it as opposed to the character's usual utility belt.

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The next film in the DCEU is Aquaman. Arriving Dec. 21, director James Wan’s Aquaman stars Jason Momoa, Amber Heard, Patrick Wilson, Willem Dafoe, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Temuera Morrison, Dolph Lundgren and Nicole Kidman.

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