Marvel Studios

Marvel Studios

Updated: New posters are being released throughout the weekend. As they become available and form a larger poster, we’ll update this page.

One of the studios expected to take this weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con by storm, as they have in years past, is Marvel Studios. While other studios seem to be avoiding the convention and its droves of buzz-spreading fans — namely 20th Century Fox not bringing Fantastic Four or any new X-Men news — Marvel is doubling down on the place that seemingly launched its success (see: Iron Man in 2007). This year their big panel is the crown jewel of Comic-Con’s Saturday programming, but that won’t stop them from starting early. As they did for The Avengers, they have begun releasing character posters for Avengers: Age of Ultron that will probably all fit together nicely as one big spread. First up: Iron Man, Black Widow, Scarlett Witch, Captain America and a lot of Ultrons. A lot of Ultrons.

There’s also a very cool Ant-Man poster, in case multiple Avengers isn’t enough for you.

First, The Avengers: Age of Ultron character posters:

Avengers: Age of Ultron concept art

Marvel Studios

Avengers: Age of Ultron concept art

Marvel Studios

Avengers: Age of Ultron concept art

Marvel Studios

Avengers: Age of Ultron concept art

Marvel Studios

[Update: 7/25] Marvel has released two new pieces of the puzzle, featuring Hawkeye and Quicksilver. The Quicksilver spot also includes a small look at Vision:

Avengers 2: Quicksilver and Vision

Marvel Studios

Avengers 2: Hawkeye

Marvel Studios

[Update: 7/26] The final two pieces are in place, featuring The Hulk and Thor. As expected, they are smothered in Ultron:

The Avengers 2: Hulk poster

Marvel Studios

Avengers 2: Thor poster

Marvel Studios

This all comes together to make one wicked banner:

Avengers: Age of Ultron concept art

Marvel Studios

And the very cool Ant-Man concept poster featuring Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas and that sweet suit:

Ant-Man poster

Marvel Studios


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