Zack Snyder's 'Batman Vs. Superman' Gets An Official Logo And Will Be Titled 'Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice'

"Rise of", "Age of", "Fall of", are all words that are consistently thrown at film audiences everywhere in order to reel in viewers. When the Man of Steel film was announced, it had a name that was solid, original, and held it's own. Initially the thoughts surrounding the name was that it would lead into a Man of Steel trilogy , that would in turn become the Justice League. Yet, this belief was proven wrong with the release of the official logo as well as the subtitle for the new Batman vs. Superman film.

Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. A name that is certainly making fans cringe and rejoice at the same time. The subtitle of the film alone seems to abandon the thought of the film being a sole follow up to Man of Steel, and it becomes more of a film that addresses the previously announced Justice League, rather than having restraint on itself and addressing the task at hand which is the Batman Vs. Superman film. Names like World's Finest, The Dark Knight Returns, or simply Batman Vs. Superman alone would address that Batman and Superman would either be teaming up or bare fist brawling to the finish in this film. Instead with overly abundant castings of Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher), it is quite simple to say that this film has mentally started to loose its track of mind.
With the term dawn being used so much (Dawn of the Dinosaurs, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Dawn of the Dead, etc.) It seems as though the movie industry has begun to limit itself to a short range of words despite their being over 200,000 that are available in a standard dictionary. With a generic subtitle being added to the Batman v. Superman title, this draws concerns for many fans in terms of what direction the film makers are aiming in.
Another point brought up by fans is the term versus. In the title card we see that it is not abbreviated into a traditional fighting style vs., but simply a "v." similar to how political Supreme Court cases are handled. This is also a troubling mood, which feels as though we may receive too much of a political voice from the film and not enough of a bare knuckle brawl or a old fashion bar fight between the two power houses. It also implies that film will probably feature Batman and Superman more at odds with each other, than with actual villains such as Jesse Eisenberg's Lex Luthor, and a possible secondary villain. Then again, a Batman against Superman film was what we were initially promised, so this may end up being the route Snyder takes.
So how do you feel about the new Batman vs. Superman subtitle? Is this really the Dawn of Justice? What would you have named the film? Comment Below.