BATMAN V SUPERMAN Costume Designer Says There Will be Hidden Kryptonian and Greek Scripts Within Costumes Chris Salce August 19, 2015 During an interview with People’s Choice, Batman V. Superman costume designer Michael Wilkinson shared some details about the suits in the highly-anticipated films. When asked about how this movie was different than the previous superhero films, Wilkinson said: We tweaked the Superman suit only slightly from our suit from Man of Steel. We streamlined plus sharpened the details of the costume a little to suit the more earthly (less alien) context of this film. The batsuit is a complete 180 degree turn from the previous film incarnations — our Batman’s power comes from his incredible physical strength and fighting skills, not from armor. The director Zack Snyder wanted him to look as much like the comic book version as possible — to be respectful to the original source. As for the Wonder Woman suit, well she has never been seen in a film before, so there was nothing to compare it to! There is of course the costume from the TV show. Zack wanted our character to be a fierce and intimidating warrior — gritty, battle-scarred and immortal. When asked if fans should look for anything in particular, Wilkinson replied: Zack had a great idea to have some kryptonian script subliminally included in the details of the suit, so we made that happen. There is ancient Greek script on Wonder Woman’s weapons too. My favorite details of the batsuit are the brass knuckles on the gloves. You can check out more of the interview on People’s Choice. Batman v. Superman hits theaters March 25, 2016.