Does Batman V. Superman Trailer Have A Robin Easter Egg?

bruce-wayneFans are used to seeing Robin Easter eggs everywhere; there was so much time and effort spent looking for them in The Dark Knight Rises that it's kind of invigorating to get through the first Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer without one...

...except, did we?

During the shot of Bruce Wayne that we see in the trailer, it appears that there's a display case with a cape, and gloves in it behind him...

Batman-V-Superman-Jason-Todd-Robin-Costume...which kind of jives with the visual of Jason Todd's costume, which sat on display in the Batcave for years after his death.

That would seem like a real reach, in most cases, but the fact that there have been persistent rumors from various sources saying that Jason Todd will have been Robin, and will be dead, by the time the movie starts lends some credibility to the theory.

Also, Batman V. Superman cinematographer Larry Fong indicated earlier today after someone pointed out the Ridder Easter Egg that he didn't think anyone had found the best Easter Egg yet. Could this be it?

What do you think?

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  1. I don't see it. 

    • xBatz
    • 16 Posts in 19 Months

    Me either.

  2. kinda a Easter egg the soldiers that bow to superman have the superman s on their shoulders 

    • herky
    • 1 Posts in 18 Months

    I like the thinking, but I agree that it's a big reach. 

  3. Dear God, I feel liker every and any one who makes the decisions for the costumes has completely forgotten that superheroes ARE tights, not armor! Save for the new Deadpool and Batman outfits (which are PERFECT), every "spandex" suit has been redesigned to be more of an armor than a suit, Atom in Arrow (one of my favorite superhero costumes of all time with the most amazing colors), Captain America having a helmet instead of a cowl, Nolan's Batman, the new Daredevil, Flash in the TV show, and Marvel apparently changing Crossbones' mask to a helmet: all wearing armor and/or helmets. That's shit, I mean i understand its more realistic and practical but come on I want the 10-year old me jumping for joy when I see these costumes, not thinking about the military.

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