Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice: Tech Manual Coming In March

While we’ve seen a lot of images of the Caped Crusader’s new gadgets from Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the descriptions that came along with them didn’t really give away anything about what they do, but it doesn’t look like we’ll have to wait until the film hits theaters to find out, because Warner Bros. and DC Comics will be releasing a companion book that will explore Batman’s new toys, along with Superman’s new suit and Wonder Woman’s weaponry. Titled Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice: Tech Manual, the book will be released on March 22, 2015 for a retail price of $39.95. You can check out a description of it below. Will you you pick up one? Let us know in the comment section.

Batman’s tech has been reimagined and reinvigorated in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the new blockbuster from director Zack Snyder releasing in March 2016. This book takes an exclusive, in-depth look at Batman’s arsenal, vehicles, Batsuits, and the iconic Batcave. The new Batmobile design is explored from first concept sketch, through detailed blueprints, all the way to the physical construction of the vehicle itself.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Tech Manual is a definitive guide to the weaponry and props created for the movie. It closely examines the Utility Belt, the Batwing, grappling hook and batarang. Everything in the Batcave is explored down to the construction of the set and the graphics from Bruce Wayne’s mainframe. This official volume also goes deeper in to the world of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, showcasing Superman’s Kryptonian suit and Wonder Woman’s iconic weaponry.

The official companion book to the new movie, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Tech Manual, features interviews with concept artists, the film’s weapon’s master, the mechanic for the Batmobile, and Zack Snyder himself.

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Michael Bezanidis

Michael Bezanidis

Michael is the Managing Editor of Heroic Hollywood. When he's not playing video games, he's usually writing about film and television.