|Brian Post's Aquaman, Green Lantern, Superman, Batman, Flash and Wonder Woman|
Green Lantern: "I went with the whole 'Emerald Knight' motif, with light construct armor that the ring would activate when he is about to go into action."
Superman: "This is the one I'm most proud of. I, like many other people, am not really feeling the new armor he's currently sporting, so I wanted to see if I could do something better. Firstly, I wanted to re-do that classic 'S' because I've always hated how it looked. I wanted to come up with something that was first Kryptonian, and also by coincidence looked kind of like an 'S' we would recognize on Earth. Once the 'S' was sorted I wanted to streamline and harmonize the colors. Three colors, all from the classic costume, but darkened a bit. To take the edge off the bright yellow I chose to do a gold, not to show Superman is 'upper-crust' or anything, but as an homage to the golden-yellow sun from whence he gets his powers."
Batman: "I didn't change much. All I did for this one was change the bat-symbol by tweaking it a bit and then segmenting it, and then throwing in some color by adding a yellow outline."
The Flash: "Wally West will always be my Flash. I wanted to change the logo, so I went with a minimalistic approach. Going with more of a die-cut or stamp kind of vibe to update it and give it a more modern, polished look. Also I added goggles, because they just make sense on speedsters, and yellow gloves to balance out the use of the yellow boots."
Wonder Woman: "I decided to keep a lot of elements traditional and recognizable. The colors are slightly darker, but still rich. I first decided to ditch the tiara because that thing would fall off in a fight anyway. I added some shoulder armor and kinda turned that tiara into a neck choker/armor feature. I moved the stars from her bikini area down to her boots so that villains would be seeing stars before and after she kicked them! Zing!"
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