New Evidence To Support The Two Batsuit Theory In BATMAN VS SUPERMAN
There has been a lot more info about the Batsuit in the upcoming Batman Vs. Superman movie than what most people would have thought. However, that is the number one thing people’s mind since Batman was announced to join Superman in the Man Of Steel sequel, what will the Batsuit look like? Well maybe number two since Wonder Woman was announced and attention shifted to her suit.
We have had a couple of people weigh in on the Batsuit, most notably Kevin Smith. Smith was shown a picture of the suit while he was hosting the Man Of Steel fan event by director Zack Snyder, and he said it is sure to please Batman fans everywhere. Another is Batman actor Ben Affleck’s wife, Jennifer Garner, who called the suit, “Incredibly cool.”
One of the most recent rumors is that there will be two Batuits in the film. One that is more inline with the tradition superhero style, and the other more inline of armor, styled after Mark Waid and Alex Ross’ Kingdom Come.
The people over a Forbes have a fantastic write up on the odds of Ben Affleck directing Justice League, and I suggest you click the source link below and take a look. However, one of the notable things from the article is the writer says that we can expect our first look at the new Batsuit VERY soon. Not only that, but he says that the two Batsuit theory is correct and that the first one is the black and grey color, and is fabric more on par with what Captain America’s suit in The Avengers was made of. They also confirm that there will be an armored suit, much like the Kingdom Come suit or The Dark Knight Returns armored suit.
While we have numerous reports that say there will indeed be two Batsuit, take this with a pinch of salt until offical confirmation is released. The two suit theory is a good way to tackle the film in my opinion, and I’m particularly excited to see the Batsuit be the same type of fabric as Cap’s Avengers suit. Be on the look out for the first look at the suit, right here at Comic Book Therapy.
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Source : Forbes