Even as we speak, our intrepid editors Meredith Borders and Evan Saathoff are awash in humanity on the San Diego Comic-Con floor. Pray for them (especially Meredith; she's very small). They'll be relaying a steady stream of SDCC updates to us all week long, and the first of those updates has just arrived: an up close and personal look at some of the costumes from Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice.
Let's start with Wonder Woman, because...y'know, ladies first!
Dark. Leathery. Strappy. Wish it was brighter. Like Superman's duds:
Looks like this one's undergone a few changes since Man Of Steel, but I could be wrong. Let's be honest: it's been a while since I watched it.
Now let's look at Batman's get-up(s).
Say what you will about the film's grimdark trailer (or, indeed, the jet-black self-seriousness that's threatening to overwhelm the entire DCU before it even gets off the ground): I think both of these are pretty cool.
Both costumes appear to have been inspired by the designs glimpsed in Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns, particularly that Bat-armor. It's got the chunky chin-strap, the stubby ears, the thick, metal gauntlets. It's about as perfect a facsimile of the Miller armor that we're ever likely to see. Here's what it looked like back in 1986:
So. What do you guys think? Feeling these designs, or not so much?