One of the things I love about Zack Snyder’s Justice League is that we still haven’t seen it yet. But that doesn’t mean we can’t keep looking for alternate designs of the film. Artist, Joshua Viers, recently added some more concept art from his version of Batman’s Knightcrawler that highlights the capability of the vehicle. Used to transport the league for the underground Tunnel battle, this concept looks more spider-like than anything else we’ve seen. We even see Batman with his classic ‘White Eyes’ standing in front of the knightcrawler.
Other images of this version of the Knightcrawler have been shown, but the influence of a Spider wasn’t visually seen. Maybe they repurposed it for being too closely associated with a certain web-slinger? Or maybe they had a different vision in mind since it even has rear wings like the Batmobile. Whatever the case, this vehicle looked fully capable of making sure Batman had whatever he needed to scale any building with ease.
Source: Joshua Viers
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