Excuse me if this seems like old news, but I like it so it’s happening. As you may have noticed, Disney’s winter hopes hang on the success of Joseph Kosinski’s big budget, CGI spectaculathon Tron Legacy. And they are marketing it appropriately so, with countless posters, banners and boutique shops in Las Angeles where you can buy yourself one of those fancy Daft Punk suits. They’ve even bled the digital revolution into other areas of pop culture, including the comics of Disney’s newly purchased venture, Marvel Enterprises. And while we’d usually scoff at such blatant cross-marketing, we can’t help but admit that the Tron universe version of Iron Man is a total badass, as are several other characters. See for yourself after the jump.

According to Comics Alliance, “these variant covers, created by Mark Brooks Brandon Peterson, will roll out in November with select Marvel Comics titles: “Aamazing Spider-Man” #651, “Avengers” #7, “Avengers Academy” #7, “Captain America” #612, “Incredible Hulks” #618, “Invincible Iron Man” #33, “New Avengers” #7, “Secret Avengers” #7, “Thor” #617 and “Wolverine” #4.” They will be available over the next two months in the lead-up to the release of Tron Legacy on December 17th.

Have a look at a few of our favorite variant covers below, including a digitized Captain America and an always lovely Ms. Marvel. More can be found over at Comics Alliance.


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