Zack Snyder Reveals The New Batmobile And Our First Look At Ben Affleck’s BATMAN

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affleck batman bannerYesterday Zack Snyder whipped the internet into a tizzy when he teased the reveal of the new Batmobile for the Man of Steel sequel we’re still having to call Batman vs. Superman. Today the director delivered on his promise. Not only did he reveal our first glimpse at the new Batmobile as he promised he would do, he gave us our first look at Ben Affleck in the brand new, comic book inspired Batsuit. While fans were excited yesterday, they’re in a full-blown rabid stage of joy right now as you can imagine.

Snyder struck without warning today as he Tweeted out the first look at Ben Affleck‘s Batman and his new ride. As was theorized yesterday, the new Batmobile is a little more comic book inspired than the militaristic Tumbler seen in Christopher Nolan‘s Batman trilogy. Batfleck doesn’t look too bad either. Affleck is sporting a shorter eared version of the cowl that fans have been clamoring to see for years. He also seems to be sporting a rather larger than normal bat symbol on his chest as well. While the shot is monochrome, it does give us a nice shot of the suit in all its glory. With Batman being shown to the world now, hopefully Gal Gadot‘s Wonder Woman isn’t far behind. What do you think about our first look at Affleck‘s Caped Crusader?

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Someone tweaked the image and made it a little lighter so we can see a few of the suit’s finer details. That utility belt looks like an actual utility belt. Hopefully we’ll get to see the suit in color very soon. Word on the street is that it’s grey and black.
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A very large and very high-res image has now found its way online. You can click the beauty below to see it in incredible detail.
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