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Batman v Superman: Doomsday Concept Art Reveals A Different Terrifying Version Of The Kryptonian Monster

Batman v Superman: Doomsday Concept Art Reveals A Different Terrifying Version Of The Kryptonian Monster

DCEU tried to reach the stars by featuring one of the greatest comic villains known as Doomsday in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Although we were quite excited by the studio’s approach, the expectations fell short by giving the audience a disappointing version of the Kryptonian monster.

Many fans hoped Doomsday’s appearance in Batman v Superman would be accurate to the comics. But the final version of the character was quite different than what was expected.

Recently, the film’s concept artist revealed that a version came close to doing justice to the villian’s appearance from the comics. Jerad S. Marantz uploaded early concept arts of Doomsday and revealed he “did several options for the character.”

By the looks of it, this version of Doomsday would have been a frightening villain not suitable for the PG-13 audience. It could have been one of the reasons why the studio may have decided to go with a different skin.  The designs are embedded below.

Currently, fans are hoping DCEU’s version of Steppenwolf and Darkseid would meet their expectation. Warner Bros. was able to appeal to the audience by casting Ciaran Hinds for Steppenwolf. However, the actor was made to wear a Motion capture suit to render the character in CGI.

In other DCEU stories, Batman News was able to find some photos of the Batman v Superman cast captured by Rae Scarton. While everyone certainly looks stunning in the photoshoot, fans are sure to go jaw-dropping looking at Amy Adams and Gal Gadot. Click here to take a look.

What did you think of the Doomsday concept art? Let me know in the comments below. For more updates on Gotham City Sirens, follow Pursue News on Facebook and Twitter. Readers can also follow me on my social media accounts for the latest scoops.

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