Batman V Superman Cosplay Better Than Ben Affleck And Gal Gadot
In “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” fans got their first look the new Batman and Wonder Woman. Fans appreciated the portrayal of the fictional characters by Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot. However, the limelight were stolen by their costumes worn in the movie.Advertisement
The tactical and armored suit worn by Batman in the movie and Wonder Woman’s sexy yet breathtaking costume left the fans awestruck. The mechanical suit succeeded at looking glamorous and aesthetic to the audience in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.”
The earlier costume created for Christian Bale and Lynda Carter were easier for fans to recreate for cosplays. Unfortunately, the recent version used by Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot seems to be complicated than the early models.
While many fans attempted to create a prop suit similar to the one’s in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, they unfortunately failed to amaze the masses in events like Comic Con and Wonder con.
Recently, an image of two cosplayers has left the DCEU community awestruck. the duo can be seen wearing the suit of Ben Affleck’s Batman and Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman. fans can check out the image below.
It is unknown whether if the cosplayers themselves created the props. however, the suit definitely suit them. Moreover, fans are also amazed by the texture quality of Batman’s mechanical armor. check out the image below.
In the upcoming Justice League movie, it has already been revealed that Batman will be wearing a new tactical suit to fight against the Parademons. Zack Snyder also released an image of the costume on Batman Day. Fans can check it out hereere.
The Justice League movie will be releasing on November 17th, 2017. Fans can also check out Batman’s new suit in the recently released featurette linked below.
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