New Avengers character banners revealed

Plus, a Japanese Avengers poster unveiled

 

 

The Avengers will be in cinemas before the end of next month, and to coincide with that fairly monumental event, Marvel have started to launch their full marketing attack.

The latest round features some rather neat banners, that share much of the character artwork with the recent Avengers character posters (but they're cool enough for us to forgive them that economy).

Plus, we get to see a fully-suited (albeit battle-damaged) Iron Man striking an forceful pose.

Check out the new Avengers banners below…



And if that weren't enough, a cool Japanese poster has also been unveiled. Admittedly, it looks a little like a novelisation cover, but there's something nicely retro about seeing the dressed-down characters aligned with their super-suited alter egos.

Check it out:



Marvel Avengers Assemble opens in the UK on 27 April 2012. Quite frankly, we'll happily take that title if it means we get to see the film in the UK a week before its US release.

Does 27 April 2012 feel like years away? Drop your opinions below...

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    • FBJRider

      Mar 17th 2012, 13:01

      The idea of the Japanese poster is awesome, but the May 3rd release date on the American ones, I thought the release in America was the 4th? Likewise with the UK release date switching from 26th to 27th. Will they stick to a release date already.

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    • Sykes

      Mar 18th 2012, 1:10

      i am in awe of tony starks facial hair!!

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    • ilikescifi

      Mar 18th 2012, 6:20

      Forgive me if i'm wrong, but does it look like the Hulk is kinda greyed out? he looks more like a silhouette. I also noticed the scenes with hulk catching iron man and smashing into a skyscraper were not in the japanese version of the trailer. Is hulk not popular in japan? is there some cultural thing going on? just curious

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    • GFoley83

      Mar 18th 2012, 20:15

      @Sykes - Don't be; he takes it off before he goes to bed. What I'm in awe of is the fact that the marketing team behind such a huge movie can't manage to find someone to put together a single decent poster/banner. Every single one I've seen so far has been a Photoshop nightmare.

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    • Seedorf

      Mar 25th 2012, 19:29

      I'm more in awe of that fact that everyone seems to be looking at the viewer, except Stark.

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