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Aquaman 2 Director Shares First Look at New Suit

by Anthony McKenzie
Aquaman 2 Director Shares First Look at New Suit

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom director, James Wan, has actually shared a makeover for Jason Momoa’s Aquaman on Instagram.

Wan, who directed the very first Aquaman and is directing Aquaman 2, published 2 images of Momoa as Aquaman today. The very first image published by Wan is another appearance at Momoa’s traditional Aquaman fit, which is the one he used in the very first Aquaman film.

The 2nd image, nevertheless, is a very first take a look at Aquaman’s brand-new Stealth match

As you can see in the Instagram post above, the Stealth match is smooth and considerably less fancy than Aquaman’s timeless match. It drops the bigger lower arm armor pieces and leg armor pieces in favor of a more structured match.

” Atlantean tech based upon cephalopod’s camouflaging capability,” Wan composed in the Instagram caption. “[Aquaman 2 writer David Leslie] and I were motivated by the 80 s ‘blue match.'”

1980s Blue Suit, Photo Credit: DC Comics

1980 s Blue Suit, Photo Credit: DC Comics

As kept in mind by Wan, the fit’s darker colors are similar to the camouflaging capabilities of cephalopods. Possibly Aquaman’s Stealth match will have camouflaging capabilities. Just time will inform in the meantime.

We may find out more about this Stealth fit throughout the 2021 DC FanDome occasion, that includes a make over at Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. The FanDome display is likewise set to include a brand-new trailer for The Batman starring Robert Pattinson, along with makeovers at Black Adam, The Flash, and Shazam! Fury of the Gods

While waiting on DC FanDome, checked out why James Wan went back to direct Aquaman 2 in spite of the truth that he does not like to duplicate himself and after that have a look at why Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom may check out a likewise lost undersea civilization referred to as Necrus Read our ideas on the very first Aquaman motion picture in IGN’s Aquaman evaluation after that.

Wesley LeBlanc is a self-employed news author and guide maker for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @LeBlancWes

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