But despite their site being plastered with glowing reviews from producers, directors, and Wolverine himself, this is all the acknowledgment Ironhead ever gets. When Ironhead crafted all the costumes seen in Batman v. Superman: Dawn Of Justice (including Batman's favorite Halloween costume, "Goth Iron Man"), the crew didn't bother to stick around for the end credits. Since they're third-party freelancers -- the guys the on-set designers get in to do all the superhero-heavy lifting -- the studios are not contractually obligated to put their names in the credits, and so they don't.
Fortunately for Ironhead, there are now plenty of venues through which fans of their work can give them the credit they deserve: conventions. After Superman v. Batman, Fernandez decided to take his underappreciated show on the road, and he isn't shy about why. To prove to how much studios undervalue his work, he even showcases rejected designs that he thinks are way better than what they settled for. So if you ever want to see a Doomsday that doesn't look like a rejected mascot for a Halloween-themed breakfast cereal, Fernandez is your guy.