New images from Batman vs. Superman featured in the comic con edition of EW

11419986_10205957529010067_1642048495_nWe are getting a tantalizing early look at some new images from the upcoming DC super flick, Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice!!!! And they are amaaaaaaaaaazzzzzing!!!!!

EW is featuring them in their San Diego Comic Con edition of their magazine.

Lets dive in!!

Image Credit: Warner Bros. via EW

Image Credit: Warner Bros. via EW

Batman and Superman square off for the first

time
If you’re going toe-to-toe with the son of Jor-El, you better come correct. For his climactic rooftop brawl with Superman, Batman outfits himself with a reinforced mech-suit equipped with strength-augmenting armor and, yes, kryptonite. The design resembles the one used for the confrontation between these two in Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns.

ohhhhhhhh! Batman looks super pissed! Wonder what Superman said?! Ok, imma be honest, I’m personally not feeling the giant, lit up motorcycle sized helmet, but I can understand its necessity. You’re in a fight with Superman, you seriously need to beef up your Batsuit game!

Image Credit: Clay Enos via EW

Image Credit: Clay Enos via EW

Mr. Wayne, meet Ms. Prince
Batman and Wonder Woman have a meeting of alter-egos as Bruce Wayne and Diana Prince parry and flirt at a high-society function. “I love the fact that there was this Thomas Crowne Affair, Bond-y sexy scene that they wrote about two people who are pretending to be two different people who each know the secrets of the other person,” says Ben Affleck.

I have mixed feelings about this. Is a movie not actually movie if it doesn’t have flirting and love interests? Can we not have a superhero movie that is just about, you know, superheroes? Alternately though, I’m a chic, and I toooooootes want to see Batman and Wonderwoman hook he hell UP!!

Image Credit: Warner Bros. Via EW

Image Credit: Warner Bros. Via EW

Man, alien, or God?
Henry Cavill returns to reprise his role as Superman from Man of Steel, but this time the point-of-view has shifted. “I like to think that Man of Steel was the perspective of the world from Clark, Kal-El, looking at the world and trying to exist with in it,” says Cavill. “Batman v Superman is definitely more mankind’s perspective of Superman.”

In the midst what appears to be a Dia De Los Muertos celebration, a Jesus like, very contemplative Superman stands in the midst of adoring revelers, looking both dashing literally up towards the future.

Image Credit: Warner Bros. Via EW

Image Credit: Warner Bros. Via EW

The dark Dark Knight
The grit and gray of Man of Steel was both a continuation of the attempted realism of Christopher Nolan’s trilogy and a counterpoint to Marvel’s bright, zippy playtime. And that was before Zack Snyder ever got to Gotham. “It means that when it was supposed to look rainy and miserable, it had to be rainy and miserable,” says Affleck of the high chance of precipitation on set. “The long dark night of the soul and whatnot.”

So, the still oversized Batman stands next to his own BatSignal, a signal that looks very different from the last time we saw it. Thicker, more of a throwback to the early signals. He stands, brooding, in the rain. One has to wonder, if he is already there, then WHO is he signaling?! I sense a team up!!!!

Image credit: Clay Enos via EW

Image credit: Clay Enos via EW

Would you Friend this man?
Jesse Eisenberg builds on his experience from The Social Network to play a billionaire with even grander schemes: Lex Luthor. And while his version of the villain might be sporting luscious locks in this photo, you can rest assured that the movie will feature that iconic chrome dome.

Lexy is looking very emo and creepy in this shot, which must be from inside his house, wearing strangely, a ginger wig?

Image credit: Clay Enos via EW

Image credit: Clay Enos via EW

The new Batman and his director
With Batman v Superman, the enormous chassis of Warner Bros.’ new franchise is just starting to reach liftoff, but Zack Snyder has already been working on the DC universe for nearly five years. “It’ll be five years by the time the movie comes out,” says Snyder “And then if everything goes to plan it’ll be another five years of Justice League. I’ll be 10 years of superheroes by the end of this.” A decade of this man’s life.

A civi clad Ben Afflect stands in front of what remains of a completely wrecked bus, taking direction from the movie’s director, Zach Snyder. Upon closer inspection, you can see that there is a slab of concrete that has fallen onto the bus, so this suggest a massive battle, that apparently, Batman is late in getting to, since he shows up in a business suit… Also, good old Zach is wearing a bat shirt!!! Squeeeee!

Image Credit: Clay Enos Via EW

Image Credit: Clay Enos Via EW

Entertainment Weekly goes to Comic-Con
Buy this week’s Entertainment Weekly for even more behind-the-scenes with Batman v Superman and more Comic-Con 2015 previews.

Now, let’s talk about this shot. This has me excited! The only other image we’ve seen of Gadot’s Wonderwoman costume, was in full sepia tone, which I totally dug, but was a little let down by the lack of color. disappointed no longer! Sporting a red corset with a blue skirt, color has been restored, as well as my faith!! I love it! It’s still gritty and fits in well with the boys, but it is still, unmistakably Wonderwoman, when the original really could’ve been anybody. Also, you know how I have been pining about Batman’s oversized head in his other Batsuits? Yeah, this is a totally different costume, which is the one we saw from earlier promo shots. This makes me so happy, and it also leads me to think that the bobble head version of the suit is used solely to even the odds while fighting Superman.

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