Marvel Studios’ much-anticipated panel at Comic-Con International doesn’t happen until July 26, but the company has done a nice job of whetting fans’ appetites for the upcoming Avengers: Age Of Ultron with a series of concept art posters featuring each of the major characters in the film.
Print versions of the posters are available at Marvel’s booth at the convention, but even if you can’t get your hands on one of them you can appreciate the posters for what they are: gorgeous artistic interpretations of Marvel’s cinematic universe. The latest posters feature Captain America (Chris Evans) and Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) battling hordes of robotic Ultron clones, and the pair join the previously released posters featuring Scarlet Witch (as played by franchise newcomer Elizabeth Olsen) and Iron Man (Robert Downey, Jr.).
The Captain America and Iron Man posters were created by artist Ryan Meinerding, while artist Andy Park created the Black Widow and Scarlet Witch posters.
It’s worth noting that you can see the edge of Thor’s hammer and Hulk’s forearm in the Black Widow poster, as well as a blue streak in the background that’s probably Quicksilver (played by Aaron Taylor-Johnson in the film), so it’s clear that all of these posters will eventually link together into a large, banner-style panorama of the team’s battle with Ultron and his android clones. Given that we haven’t seen how Paul Bettany will look as Vision, the third new addition to the team making his debut in Age Of Ultron, there’s a good chance Marvel could be saving that poster — if it exists — for the day of (or after) the panel.
You can see the Captain America and Black Widow posters below, and all of the previous (and future) posters at Marvel.com.
Avengers: Age Of Ultron hits theaters May 1, 2015.
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