On Monday, Warner Bros. invited a handful of reporters to its lot in Burbank to share the first details about DC Studios' DCU slate. They were placed under a strict embargo, but obviously had time to spend 24 hours writing up their coverage of the event (not everyone is as quick at bringing you breaking news as ComicBookMovie.com).
Someone in attendance, however, decided to take a sneaky photo during James Gunn and Peter Safran's presentation, and that's now found its way online!
We won't name and shame the person responsible as we're sure you'll appreciate checking out the very early (and likely temporary) title treatments for each DCU movie and TV show. From that classic font for Superman: Legacy to the fact Batman isn't mentioned anywhere above or below The Brave and the Bold, there are lots of talking points.
If these are used, you'll find no complaints from us, and the comic book inspiration on display here is a good indication that the DCU will be very different from the DCEU.
While Tuesday's slate reveal was accompanied by a great video message from Gunn, many fans have complained about the lack of fanfare surrounding what ended up being little more than a press release and timed reports from the trades.
Dropping some title treatments, very early concept art, or even just a logo for DC Studios would have gone a long way in generating even more excitement. The reaction from fans has been mostly positive, though there's been the expected mixed response to at least a few of the projects chosen to be part of "Chapter 1: Gods and Monsters" by Gunn and Safran.
Which of these early designs is your favourite? Let us know in the comments section.