Some of DC Comics’ biggest titans will assemble for the first time on March 25 in Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice film. As unwavering figures in popular culture, it’s little surprise that Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman inspire countless art from the long-time fans who have read their comics and watched them for decades onscreen.

That in mind, to mark the release of the cinematic Justice League, Fandango’s long-running Fan Art program has commissioned five incredible artists to offer their take on DC’s newest era.

First, Orlando Arocena offers up a sharp, dark look at both Batman and Superman, sticking to his signature reflections and shiny surfaces. Under the name mexifunk, Arocena has created variant posters for X-Men: Days of Future Past, Chappie, and Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Next is Chrissie Zullo’s rendering of the one and only Wonder Woman, a remix of Gal Gadot’s debut image released a few years ago. Zullo is also the cover artist for Vertigo comic series Fables: The Wolf Among Us and for Hack/Slash, Womanthology, and Cinderella: From Fabletown with Love. Her work has appeared in DC Comics, Dark Horse, IDW, Topps, and Harper Collins editions.

Next is Dennis Salvatier with a Golden Age-esque Henry Cavill in flight — or standing on one leg? — as Superman. Salvatier has sketched for Stan Lee’s POW! Entertainment, Lakeshore Learning Materials, Century 21, Pacific Sunwear and Coca-Cola.

Check out Tracy Tubera’s manga-inspired Batman, lookin’ amped in his Dark Knight Returns power armor so he can withstand a few jabs from Superman. Otherwise, he would disintegrate and so too would the Justice League movie.

Tubera’s exaggerated shapes and bright colors have made him a Fandango favorite. In the past, he’s been commissioned for Ghostbusters, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Guardians of the Galaxy.

And finally, Jerome Lu took on Aquaman (played by Game of Thrones star Jason Mamoa). Mamoa’s role in Dawn of Justice may only be a cameo but could be the most badass cameo in superhero movie history.

Jerome Lu, who operates under the name Hyperactive Monkey, is a multimedia artist who makes toys, paintings, and sketches.

With the exception of Arocena’s work, these pieces are generally whimsical interpretations — despite the film’s very dark aesthetic.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice releases everywhere on March 25.

Photos via Orlando Arocena, Chrissie Zullo, Dennis Salvatier, Tracy Tubera, Jerome Lu, Fandango, Warner Bros.