Man of Steel and Batman v Superman director, Zack Snyder has had a rich history of releasing enigmatic images from his vision of Justice League. Upon the release and staggering success of his t-shirt campaign (more information here), which has also been renewed for an extra week after raising over $70,000, Zack decided to reward his fans with a new look at the Flash from Justice League.
Using his Vero app, Zack Snyder announced the relaunch of his “All the Gods” campaign:
“Like Flash, we are running back the clock and giving Bruce the info that will save the world: ‘Bruce, it’s the t-shirts. We are relaunching the “All the Gods” t-shirt campaign ’til Sunday…you’re not too late”
He then attached this brand new image of Ezra Miller as the Scarlet Speedster.
There is a lot to digest in this one image. However, many eagle eyed fans noticed that The Flash’s emblem has changed. Instead of being the traditional lightning bolt, it seems to resemble Wally West’s logo. Wally was of course, the third Flash and the first Kid Flash. This raises many questions. Why did the logo change? Was this a costume test? Where is The Flash? is it the final battle from Justice League or does it remind you of the Nightmare world established in Batman v Superman?
Give it a few hours and I’m sure we will see a variety of wacky and creative fan theories.
In addition to sharing this stunning image of The Flash, Zack also took the time to thank everyone for getting involved. It also appears that he is doing well in himself. Following the unfortunate death of his Daughter, Zack took a step back from the public eye so whether you’re a fan or not, it is really nice seeing him back.
I'm more than grateful to everyone who participated in the "All the Gods" t-shirt campaign to raise money for AFSP. Such a strong outpouring of support is touching and amazing. Thanks again to everyone. pic.twitter.com/FEhdjdxgJ2
— Zack Snyder (@ZackSnyder) February 11, 2019
In the meantime, you can check out Zack’s T-shirt campaign right here! All the money raised goes towards the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. If you have already purchased a t-shirt, then thank you for helping a fantastic cause and I hope you enjoy decoding the t-shirt when it arrives.
Source: Screen Rant
James Lister is a University student in the UK, currently undertaking his Masters degree in Media & Communication. He has a strong passion for everything Marvel, DC, Star Wars, and Anime related.