Superman Gets Angry And Zod Has Laser Eyes In ‘Man Of Steel’ TV Spots, Posters, And GIFs

The four newest TV spots for Man of Steel actually show some new footage instead of simply rehashing excerpts from the theatrical trailer and previous TV spots. We also have 16 new Man of Steel GIFs to add to our heroic collection. There are several new Man Of Steel posters and one needed addition as well.

The first video is a TV spot aired in the UK in which Zod uses his heat vision. The second and third Man Of Steel spots below aired during the NBA playoffs and showed several new scenes. The last video is a short TV spot in which Superman gets angry and saves Lois. Also, if the GIFs below are to be believed, Superman and Batman totally fight in this. Man, those two just can’t get along.

[Sources: ENI, CBM (1, 2, 3), The American Kid, and Man Of Steel‘s Facebook page]

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Zod used heat vision! It is super effective:

And of course someone has once again edited Batman into it:

But then it gets serious.

A dozen more GIFs, 4 new posters, and one photoshop on the next page.

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