I like it but I wish there was more colour. I'm worried that the Justice League will look too dark. The Avengers looked especially cool onscreen due to the variety of colours.
People keep complaining about color, but if you've seen Man of Steel, you can see this is the tone they are going for in this universe. The MCU has very brightly colored heroes, it's lighthearted and fun, the DCCU is going for a stark, bleak world with very toned down colors, it may not be flashy/flashy, but I think it's just as good as the bright MCU and a good way to separate the two.
Oh, sure, it's a great way to separate the two. I won't argue that. What I will argue is context: Superman is NOT, I don't give a F*** what age you're going with, STARK. OR BLEAK. His costume is ALL PRIMARY COLORS, DAMMIT. BATMAN can get away with stark/bleak. That's why his image is the only one that really looks appropriate here. Wonder Woman looks more appropriate because she's still got some color, but look at Superman. Look at him.
Standing on a rooftop. Middle of the night. In the rain and the dark. Let's play compare and contrast:
Here is the Batman v. Superman picture:
Now, here is LITERALLY the VERY FIRST IMAGE THAT POPS UP WHEN I GOOGLE SUPERMAN.
Y'see the difference here? Batman, you want to make him stark/bleak? Fine. Let's go for it. Wonder Woman? Alright, she kills people, the Greek myths were dark as f***, we can make it work. Superman? LOOK AT THAT GUY. LOOK AT HIM. HE IS ABOUT AS BLEAK AS A DAISY.
I actually liked Man of Steel, and in all honesty, I'm probably going to like Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. And yeah, the tones do provide a nice contrast between Marvel and DC. But darn if it doesn't depress me to see that guy over there turned into the guy above.