First there were those low-quality images of what was supposedly the Batmobile on the set photos of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, which director Zack Snyder quickly debunked by releasing the first official full image of The Caped Crusader’s primary vehicle. Then there was also the recent rumor that the Batmobile was stolen from the Detroit film set. To combat that rumor, Snyder used his on-going Star Wars mash-up joke to clear up the situation — the director posted a photo to Twitter of a Stormtrooper (the famed Star Wars Imperial soldiers) being put into a GCPD squad car by the Gotham City cops, with the Batmobile nearby. Snyder captioned the photo “Case closed.”
Check out the new Star Wars mash-up in full here below.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice director Zack Snyder has revealed the first official full look at the upcoming film’s Batmobile.
Check out the photo here below.
The director posted the image to Twitter on September 10 with the caption “Here’s a real picture of the #Batmobile.” The post came after cell-phone quality photos were posted by an Instagram user who claimed they were behind-the-scenes images of The Caped Crusader’s primary vehicle.
Outside of a ceaseless parade of casting news there has been little revealed regarding Warner Bros.’ Man of Steel sequel/2016 superhero team-up epic which may or may not be called Batman Vs. Superman (which I will refer to it as for the sake of this article), until now.
Yesterday director Zack Snyderteased the reveal and today he’s not only given us our first good glimpse at the new Batmobile, but he also threw in our first look at star Ben Affleck in full Batman costume, via his Twitter feed.
DC Comics and Graphitti Designs announced today that the two are offering up some exclusives DC art prints for sale to attendees at this weekend’s WonderCon in Anaheim, CA.
The three available prints feature stylish renditions of the worlds of two of the publishing company’s most iconic characters: Superman and Batman.
The first print is done in an almost blueprint/schematic style that showcases several different Batmobiles, with the phrase “Choose Your Ride” at the bottom and would be an excellent gift for your favorite Geeks of Doom writer who also happens to have a birthday coming up the weekend after this convention.