It may have taken 75 years, but the world’s greatest female superhero finally has her own feature film and it kicks ass! Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman is packed with rousing scenes that show off why DC’s Amazon princess has endured for so long, which might explain why it features hardly any references to other DC heroes or the shared DC universe as a whole.
Evidently, Warner Bros. and director Patty Jenkins were confident enough to let Wonder Woman stand on her own without relying on characters like Batman as a crutch, which was arguably the right call, but this also means that there are fewer cool Easter eggs than we’re used to seeing in modern superhero movies. However, that isn’t to say that there aren’t any good ones, as there are still a number of nods and callbacks to the comics and other bits of pop culture that influenced the making of the film.
Here are the 20 hidden details in Wonder Woman you may have missed (and if you haven’t seen the movie yet, be wary because full SPOILERS are discussed).
20. Justice League Plates
During Wonder Woman’s brief opening scene set in modern day Paris, a car sporting a Wayne Industries logo arrives at the Louvre to deliver a special photo to Diana. We don’t actually see Bruce Wayne or any of the other Justice League members in the film, but there is a reference to the superhero team nonetheless. The license plate on the Wayne Enterprises car reads JL-828-VZM, a cool little nod to the team Wonder Woman is helping put together.