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DC superheroes are flying into movie theaters soon enough, but it looks like their comic books are beating them there!
The comic book company has released preview images of its March 2015 comics lineup with classic cinema-themed artwork! (What? Magic Mike is classic cinema!)
Ch-ch-check out all the amazing covers (above) and see how many you can name without looking!
- Action Comics #40 inspired by Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, by Joe Quinones
- Aquaman #40 inspired by Free Willy, by Richard Horie
- Batgirl #40 inspired by Purple Rain, by Cliff Chiang
- Batman #40 inspired by The Mask, by Dave Johnson
- Batman & Robin #40 inspired by Harry Potter, by Tommy Lee Edwards
- Batman/Superman #20 inspired by The Fugitive, by Tony Harris
- Catwoman #40 inspired by Bullitt, by Dave Johnson
- Detective Comics #40 inspired by The Matrix, by Brian Stelfreeze
- Flash #40 inspired by North by Northwest, by Bill Sienkiewicz
- Harley Quinn #16 inspired by Jailhouse Rock, by Dave Johnson
- Grayson #8 inspired by Enter the Dragon, by Bill Sienkiewicz
- Green Lantern #40 inspired by 2001: A Space Odyssey, by Tony Harris
- Green lantern Corps #40 inspired by Forbidden Planet, by Tony Harris
- Justice League United #10 inspired by Mars Attacks, by Marco D'Alphonso
- Justice League #40 inspired by Magic Mike, by Emanuela Lupacchino
- Justice League Dark #40 inspired by Beetlejuice, by Joe Quinones
- Teen Titans #8 inspired by The Lost Boys, by Alex Garner
- Sinestro #11 inspired by Westworld, by Dave Johnson
- Supergirl #40 inspired by Wizard of Oz, by Marco D'Alphonso
- Superman #40 inspired by Super Fly, by Dave Johnson
- Superman/Wonder Woman #17 inspired by Gone with the Wind, by Gene Ha
- Wonder Woman #40 inspired by 300, by Bill Sienkiewicz
[Image via DC Comics.]