ComicBook.com's Brandon Davis was on hand at the Justice League junket in London, where the studio had elaborate replicas of the set setup to peruse. The first of these took viewers into the HQ of the Flash, with his full costume replica standing in the center.
As you can see in the gallery, the photos show a mix of high-end tech and bachelor pad decoration, which includes an old armchair in the corner. The chair is seen in the trailer when Barry comes home to find Bruce Wayne sitting in it, moments before he reveals his Batman identity. The chair is planted next to several bookshelves, but there are just as many books on strewn about the floor as there are on the shelves.
You can also see another desk area opposite the chair, which reveals Barry Allen's fascination with the American political process and Twinkies. There are several papers laying on the table as well, which include sketches and designs for his Flash suit and incident reports.
Warner Bros. also recreated Diana's office, which is glimpsed at the end of Wonder Woman. This is the polar opposite of Barry's digs, with a mix of photographs, files, and ancient artifacts all organized and prominently displayed. Her office also contains a few monitors, but nothing compared to Barry's ransacking of a going out of business Circuit City.
Diana is researching a particular statue, which can also be seen on a cart on the other side of the room. A small shield and two helmets are also located on the desk, with the statue's arm propped up on a stand.
You can take a look for yourselves in the photo gallery.
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Justice League hits theaters on November 17.