Somehow, the latest from house Pixar seems to be flying low and under the radar. Given that Brave is not out until June 22, it might just be that there’s still time left and Disney isn’t ready to just blow out the marketing, especially with The Avengers on their plate first. That said, the first original story from Pixar in three years is nothing to ignore. With a tale of ancient lore and a fiery redhead heroine, Pixar appears to be returning to the more vibrant, magically fresh trend it was on prior to going back to the wells of Toy Story and Cars for a quick cash-grab. Personally, I’m stoked. And the bright colors that gush from these newly release, high resolution character banners have me wanting to follow the Change Your Fate mantra and run off with a redheaded girl from Ireland. If I can find one. Do any of you know where I can find one of those?

Alas, check out the posters below. Brave is in theaters on June 22 in the U.S.

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