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Tons Of New 'Batman v. Superman' Photos Released Online

Things have been going great for Batman v. Superman fans. Not only did they get a fantastic Comic-Con trailer, but more and more photos are making their way online. As a result, fans now have a better idea of how the film will look than ever.

This latest batch of pictures is however a bit different from what we've been seeing. While it all started with Empire's Batman v. Superman cover and continued with three high-res images from the film, the latest ones (via Comic Book Movie) offer up more of a behind-the-scenes look. Case in point: there's a picture in which the Dark Knight and the Man of Steel aren't trying to pound each other's faces in.

These new photos are also the best look we've gotten at Batman's "regular" suit. While the armored and desert variants have been featured prominently throughout the trailers, fans haven't really gotten to see much of Batman in his standard suit. If there was ever any doubt that his new attire was inspired by Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns, there won't be after this:


Of course, it's not just about the suits: Bruce Wayne, Clark Kent and Diana Prince (also known as Wonder Woman) all make appearances sans superhero costumes:



Finally, there's a shot of Superman looking angry... which, at this point, is pretty much par for the course.

So far, the movie's looking great. Some may argue that the Batman costume isn't as sleek and modern as Christopher Nolan's take on the suit, but otherwise, everything looks good. It'll likely be quite some time before fans get to see this much of the movie again — and that's just as well, as no one wants to have the entire movie spoiled through trailers.

Sadly, the actual film is still a long way off: Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice is set to debut on March 25, 2016.


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