How The Batman V Superman Robin Suit Was Made

Fans are clearly divided when it comes to Batman v Superman. That can also be said for the Snyder/Whedon cluster we ended up with in Justice League. Still, I may get hate for it, but I enjoy BvS. Especially the extended cut. I’ve also always been a huge Robin fan, mainly from the comics. However, I do remember being pumped when Chris O’Donnell came down the steps in the batcave with his Robin suit (minus the nipples) in Batman Forever. Batman v Superman gave us quite the tease with the Robin suit clearly defaced by the Joker. Bruce stares at it longingly in remembrance of all he has lost. I think the suit looks awesome and recently it was revealed how the suit was made!

Batman v Superman Robin

I really enjoy the suit and was hoping fans would get more background on its status. That unfortunately does not look like it will ever happen. However, how did they come up with the suit? Well, there is a reason it looks to be in the same vein as Batman’s. Because it is. The Batman v Superman Robin suit was made from a Batman stunt suit. They took it apart and used the material to make up the rest.

This is actually really interesting to me because I always figured that Robin’s suit would be similar to Batman’s. But I never thought about actually using one of the suits to do so. The post also goes on to tease that there is more to come…

Also See: Zack Snyder’s Justice League And Why Snyder Decided To Come Back

What do you think of the Batman v Superman Robin suit? Did you like it? Were you hoping to see more of it in future films? What else do you think is still to come regarding the suit? Leave your thoughts in the usual spot, and thanks for reading!

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