Exclusive: Batman V Superman's Other Villain Revealed...[SPOILER]

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We're mere months away from Warner Bros' "Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice," and have been tracking its production since way back when it was just a "Man of Steel" sequel. The addition of Batman to Superman's sequel will also kick off the future DC comic book adventures of "The Justice League," a two-part movie event that will also directed by Zack Snyder.

Snyder has one movie to move from a world with no Justice League to the dawning of a Justice League, and he's using a Lex Luthor-motivated battle between heroes, followed by an attack by Doomsday to bring Wonder Woman into the fold -- as we saw in the most recent trailer. Ever since Doomsday (in his bone spike-less form) showed up in that trailer, there have been rumblings of another threat to the future Justice League introduced in this film. But is this the case?

If you don't wish to be spoiled for "Batman V. Superman: Dawn ofJustice," do not read ahead.

SPOILER ALERT!

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Lex Luthor and Doomsday aren't the only villains that will be appearing in "Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice." It turns out that the movie will use Bizarro to present a future threat to the JLA.

With people claiming to have seen the film beginning to pop up or garner attention on Reddit, it might seem like this is just the newest in a line of possible Superman villains that might appear.

But it is not.

Bizarro's appearance isn't speculation knitted together from other pieces of info, or one of our usual "hot rumors" that can sometimes be in dispute. Bizarro WILL appear in "Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice" as part of the setup for Zack Snyder's upcoming "Justice League, Part 1."

Art by rudyao

Art by rudyao

In the Post-Crisis DC Comics storyline, Bizarro is a clone of Superman made by Lex Luthor that  is named as such when Luthor says "this bizarre -- oh forget it!" before making a move to dispose of the flawed clone. It's possible that the Bizarro introduced towards the end of "Dawn of Justice" has a similar origin.

In the movie, Lex is in control of Zod's body and Kryptonite, as well as up close and personal with Superman. Could Lex take a moment to steal some Superman DNA? Or is it even more devious? With Batman's question about Superman bleeding leading to Batman inadvertently providing Lex with the DNA to make a Bizarre Superman? 

In March, when "Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice" hits theaters, the debate in Gotham and Metropolis will be how much we can trust Superman. It looks like the movie might end trusting Kal-El, but creating an untrustworthy villain of Kryptonian might.

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