Zack Snyder shares a new look at Justice League’s werewolf Steppenwolf
In the extended version of Batman V SupermanOne of the biggest and most entertaining sequel teasers is Steppenwolf. Shown as a Kryptonian-style textured hologram in monochrome form, he portrays a frightening, demonic silhouette. But since he looked like he was sculpted out of metal sand, in the way such spatial holos do, the details seem difficult to determine. Without a doubt, as part of his quest to unravel the movie, Joss Whedon made him less monstrous. He has largely explained that the horn is just a helmet worn by a tall, gray man with collars. Having a chance to revisit and re-create his own vision, Zack Snyder recreated the monster version and today on Vero showed an early look at his non-hologram Alliance justice Steppenwolf.
His original, full-size post is available HERE. Apparently, Darkseid’s uncle has returned to the form of Satanic Hell, who will cause nightmares for the current version of Ciaran Hinds. He looks more like a creature from Japan Devilman more manga than anything by Jack Kirby.
Snyder has previously revealed that he will be restoring Darkseid’s scenes in his cut, including some scenes featuring Steppenwolf in theaters instead. Still, Steppenwolf is still more likely to show up as the main villain, as Darkseid should have been mostly teased for most of a potential sequel.
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