ByJade Lawson, writer at Creators.co

Every year Comic-Con arrives and film enthusiasts around the world weep with a feeling of utter joy. As well as celebrity panels and signings the event also promises an impressive amount of long awaited trailers, ones that impress us and make us wish we were closer to release dates. It's easy to say that this year there have been a few stand out players.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

The trailer for Batman vs Superman was extremely impressive, and it's gotten me incredibly excited for next year! It shows more Batman, which has solidified my trust in Ben Affleck despite my earlier thoughts. As well as the casting there's also a snippet of Bruce Wayne walking past the defiled suit of Jason Todd, caused by the joker himself. Also, the casting of Jesse Eisenberg seems to have been a good choice, as he gets probably the best line in the whole trailer "Black vs blue, god vs man, day vs night", It truly makes it so I can't wait to see what DC has to offer with this film.

X-men: Apocalypse.

Despite the trailers questionable quality in this video, it doesn't stop the film itself from looking immense. From the looks of it we're going to get the same amazing on screen presence from both Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy. As well as this we have some new cast members such as Sophie Turner (Known from her role as Sansa Stark in Game of Thrones) and Oscar Isaac, who seems to be having a very busy time as we'll also see him in [Star Wars: Episode VII — The Force Awakens](tag:711158). All in all it looks like the last instalment in this series of films is shaped up to be as good as both X-men: First Class and X-men: Days of Future Past.

Suicide Squad

Overall this is my personal favourite, and probably what I'm looking forward to the most. Even though I was all kinds of sceptical about Jared Leto, it seems that even from his small space in this trailer he seems to be perfect for the role. Margot Robbie also looks impressive as Harley Quinn, and from the looks of things we might get to see a bit of the villainess' past before she actually became Harley. As well as this, Killer Croc also looks badass instead of halfassed, he surprisingly actually looks believable. Why can't this just be here now?!

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