New images from Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice were released at the 2014 San Diego Comic Con panel with Zack Snyder who brought out Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill and Gal Gadot as his surprise guests. The new images give us a closer look at Ben Affleck in the new Batman cowl and a first look at Gal Gadot in costume as Wonder Woman.
There was also an exclusive teaser that was shown at the panel for fans attending the Con, but unfortunately the teaser will not be released online to the rest of us who could not attend. But we here at It’s Ok Guys managed to catch it and have a brief description below:
The teaser shows a figure on a rainy rooftop in Gotham flipping the switch to turn on the bat signal. The camera then pans up to show the bat signal lighting up the sky, but there is another figure hovering in the sky blocking our view of the signal. It is Superman looking down at the first figure with his heat vision preparing to fire. The camera then turns to the first figure who is actually Batman in a souped up version of the Batsuit, no doubt to take on the Man of Steel.
Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice will not reach our big screens until 29 April 2016. Let’s hope we get more goodies soon.
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