In a year which will see the release of some of the biggest comic book movies of all-time, X-Men: Apocalypse is going to have to do an awful lot to stand out from the crowd. While Bryan Singer has been teasing fans via his Instagram with bits of casting news and the odd behind the scenes photo, the only official piece of imagery released so far has been promo art of the titular villain during Comic-Con. It was during that weekend that the trailer was leaked online by fans, and while some were shocked by the look of Oscar Isaac's Apocalypse, the response has been overwhelmingly positive so far. Now then seems like the perfect time for Fox to pull back the curtain on Bryan Singer's follow-up to X-Men: Days of Future Past, and they've done so by releasing a number of new images via Entertainment Weekly. Offering up a look at heroes and villains both new and familiar to this franchise, it's clear from these that X-Men: Apocalypse will be as different to the previous instalment as that was to X-Men: First Class. Apocalypse meanwhile, is widely considered one of the greatest X-Men foes of all-time, and based on comments from the cast of this movie, he's going to change this series in a major way. So, what spoilers do these stills and interviews reveal about the 2016 release?