Batman V. Superman Prequel Cereal Comic Revealed


Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice prequel comic book, "Field Trip," has surfaced online.

In it, a school group is touring Wayne Enterprises, which is showing off scientific advancements to help against alien threats. "And we're very proud that our government has trusted Wayne Enterprises to examine the fascinating biotech weapons recovered in the wake of the Kryptonian attack on earth," their tour guide tells them.

An intrepid school reporter goes off on her own to try and land a scoop, but soon finds herself in danger when she comes across a group of thieves stealing Kryptonian tech from Wayne Enterprises. She hides from the criminals and is quickly greeted by Bruce Wayne, who tries to calm her nerves. Both of them are discovered by the crooks and taken hostage. Luckily, Superman shows up just as the baddies are exiting the building.

Check out the comic in the Imgur album below.

"Field Trip" BVS Prequel Cereal Comic

In Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, fearing the actions of a god-like Super Hero left unchecked, Gotham City’s own formidable, forceful vigilante takes on Metropolis’s most revered, modern-day savior, while the world wrestles with what sort of hero it really needs. And with Batman and Superman at war with one another, a new threat quickly arises, putting mankind in greater danger than it’s ever known before.

Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice opens March 25, 2016.

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  1. Cereal... Really? Come on.

  2. ComicsBornAndBred said ... (original post)

    Cereal... Really? Come on.

    Marvel's done the same thing....what's your problem?

  3. ComicsBornAndBred said ... (original post)

    Cereal... Really? Come on.

    Star Wars has freaking Campbell Soups. 

    • CB124114
    • 1 Posts in 11 Months

    ComicsBornAndBred said ... (original post) "Cereal... Really? Come on." Not sure why people are jumping on this comment.

    I think it just expresses the lingering frustration between its traditionally child audience versus its real and modern adult audience. The avg comic book reader is 26, not 6. It's adult money that makes these films and and TV shows a multibillion dollar industry. Appealing to both gets Young Justice cancelled and replaced with Teen Titans Go. Appealing to both gets us an online campaign to see Deadpool watered down to a PG-13 rating, when virtually all hero fiction films hold a PG-13 rating. Appealing to both gives us a lame Constantine series where he isn't allowed to smoke. Appealing to both gets some Moms organization boycotting Olive Garden because they think "Lucifer" is spiritually dangerous to children.

    Adults understand that comic books aren't yesterday's Sunday Funnies. They often have adult themes, are written and illustrated for an adult audience, sold and bought to a customer who's average age is 26 not 6. We should stop regarding this genre with something still strongly connected with childhood and just call it Illustrated Fiction. And just just like there are adult appropriate movies, music, video games, and books. The "comics" needs to shit or get off the pot. Having Cons where people cos play to entertain kids (presumably) but have high sexual harassment rates for female cos players at those same conventions is unsustainable. The industry can't walk this fence between kids and adults forever. By most accounts BvS is a dark and violent film. Get it off Captain Crunch boxes and market it to a mature audience.

    • RJW
    • 422 Posts in 23 Months

    I don't think you quite understand what it means to be an adult. Adults can love cartoons for young kids and can eat cereal and who do you think will grow into those adults who read comics? Kids!

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