First Look At Gal Gadot Wearing Her Full Wonder Woman Armor In 'Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice'

I wish I could say I wasn't expecting to see this headline today, but I'd sure as hell be much more disappointed if I didn't see it. Following our full official looks at Ben Affleck as Batman and Henry Cavill as Superman in Zack Snyder's Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, we've all anxiously been anticipated our first look at Gal Gadot (Fast and Furious 6) suited up as the first ever big screen incarnation of Wonder Woman. And just as was expected, Warner Bros. finally let the cat out of the bag during their panel at Comic-Con, with the high quality image making it's way online mere minutes after the reveal.

Below is the official first photo shown to audience at Comic-Con of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice:
Following the backlash from fans upon the announcement that the frail framed Gadot would be portraying the famous amazonian warrior princess, Snyder and co. are certainly hoping this new image will win over skeptics (Much like the first image of Affleck's Batman did). While we've heard a few rumors hear and there about what approach the filmmakers were going to take for this design, the final product generally fits with armored ancient Greek influences we expected given Snyder's past work on 300.
The armored look that Wonder Woman is sporting in the picture certainly fits well with Snyder's style, and won't look nearly as ridiculous as some had feared it would alongside Batman and Superman. That being said, fans who were hoping we'd get a slightly less revealing costume (Similar to that used in the New 52) sadly were not given what they wanted. There's still certain details about the suit that we can't make it with just the one image, namely the actual color of the suit. Although it at least isn't in black and white like the first Batman picture, it's hard to tell whether Wonder Woman donning her classic gold, blue, and red colors because of the filter and lighting used in the photo.
Just as the first two photos of Affleck as Batman were able to do, this new image of Gadot has already began to ease many fans concerns over the actress' casting. As I stated above, Gadot's frame has been the primary problem for many fans, but given Snyder's track record with intense training regimens for his actors, it isn't too surprising that Gadot's already put on a bit of muscle (Yet still not as much as many had hoped). While seeing the Snyder and co. have gone with the costume design that most fans were hoping to get is very reassuring, winning over audiences with the character's appearance is really only half the battle. We'll really be able to judge just how well Gadot's able to take on the character once we see some footage, and of course after the release of the film itself in 2016. 
So what do you think of Zack Snyder's take on the Wonder Woman costume? Is it better or worse than you were expecting? Let us know below!

Much Better Look At Ben Affleck's Cape And Cowl From The Upcoming 'Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice'

Despite all the rumored descriptions and supposed "official" photos we've seen of the costume Ben Affleck will be dawning as our new Dark Knight in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, we've really only had one legitimate look at the mysterious suit. Well thankfully we now have a much more detailed look at our new caped crusader, or at least his cape and cowl. While it still isn't the the high quality better lit color photo of the suit that we were hoping for, it does give us a much better feel of how different Affleck's Batman will look on screen in comparison to past iterations. 

Below is the new close-up of Ben Affleck as Batman, along with a display of the new cape and cowl spotted at Comic-Con
As I stated above, these new images admittedly aren't much in comparison to the big reveals that hopefully await us during this year's Comic-Con, but hey, at least they're something. As we already know by now, Affleck and Snyder's Batman is going for a much more different look than the most reason Nolan/Bale version. Where as the Nolan suit didn't focused more on being practical as opposed to being a loyal translation of the costume of the comics, Snyder's certainly seems to be taking it's influences from a number of variations of the character (Batman: Noel, Dark Knight Returns, Jim Lee, etc.)
Like Nolan, Snyder's obviously gone for the shorter ears on his cowl, which debunked early speculation that we'd be getting a long eared version reminiscent of the current Arkham video game series. As for the color of the cowl, this is the first time we can really confirm that it will indeed be black. Past rumors suggested the cowl could have a blueish tint to it like early versions of the comic book character, as well as the possibility that the cape and cowl could be dark grey. We still don't know for sure what the colors of the rest of the costume are, but we can only assume they'll be some shade of grey very distinctive of the masks color.
The much darker and slightly depressing mode of the picture above could be hinting us at yet another gritty interpretation of the character (As if we expected anything else from someone nick-named "The Dark Knight"). Snyder and writer David S. Goyer (Man of Steel) have already spoken about how Affleck's Batman is set to be a more veteran and beat down version of the character, so the new image fits well with that apparent theme. There's also no question that Dawn of Justice isn't shying away from a dark approach, with our first look at Superman even having a very brooding a somber tone to it. 
So are you happy with the way Ben Affleck's cape and cowl look for Batman v. Superman? Are you more confident in his casting after seeing this photo? Let us know below!