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SDCC ‘14: Avengers: Age of Ultron Panel

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SDCC ‘14: Avengers: Age of Ultron Panel

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Marvel’s Hall H Press Line For Avengers: Age Of Ultron

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+ SDCC ‘14: Avengers: Age of Ultron
First Look At ‘Ultron Mark 1
Hank Pym not being Ultron’s creator in Avengers: Age of Ultron is one major change, but now it seems like we should expect another. Based on the footage description for the movie (which you can read by clicking here), it sounds as if Tony Stark will be responsible only for the creation of the Ultron A.I. and not his first physical form. What you see below appears to be the first crude body that the villain builds for himself when he attacks Earth’s Mightiest Heroes for the first time in Avengers Tower.
 

SDCC ‘14: Avengers: Age of Ultron

First Look At ‘Ultron Mark 1

Hank Pym not being Ultron’s creator in Avengers: Age of Ultron is one major change, but now it seems like we should expect another. Based on the footage description for the movie (which you can read by clicking here), it sounds as if Tony Stark will be responsible only for the creation of the Ultron A.I. and not his first physical form. What you see below appears to be the first crude body that the villain builds for himself when he attacks Earth’s Mightiest Heroes for the first time in Avengers Tower.

 

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While Marvel’s San Diego Comic Con presence has been relatively well received this year, one snafu with their Avengers: Age of Ultron display left a black mark on an otherwise stellar performance. One of the centerpieces of the display, a replica of Captain America’s shield, was broken into several pieces when an intern tasked with setting up accidentally dropped it.
"They tell me, Vlad, put symbol of American imperialism in glass display case," said Marvel’s lead comic con prop intern Vlad Kozinkerov. “So that is what I do.”
Except, that’s not what Vlad did. On his way to place the shield in the case, Kozinkerov slipped on an errant Infinity Gauntlet replica and lost control of the shield, which shattered on the hard, concrete floor.
"Oh no! How could Infinity Gauntlet break Captain America’s shield?" said Vlad. "Whatever character possesses such power would be fearsome foe indeed. I could see an entire movie being made about such a battle."
Unfortunately, with no time to create a replacement prop, Marvel had no choice but to put the pieces back together with krazy glue and set it up anyway, causing confusion amongst congoers who now mistakenly think the cracked shield will be relevant in Avengers: Age of Ultron. At press time, Marvel denied plans of punitive action against Vlad, since he performs about 90% of their workload and they don’t have to pay him.

While Marvel’s San Diego Comic Con presence has been relatively well received this year, one snafu with their Avengers: Age of Ultron display left a black mark on an otherwise stellar performance. One of the centerpieces of the display, a replica of Captain America’s shield, was broken into several pieces when an intern tasked with setting up accidentally dropped it.

"They tell me, Vlad, put symbol of American imperialism in glass display case," said Marvel’s lead comic con prop intern Vlad Kozinkerov. “So that is what I do.”

Except, that’s not what Vlad did. On his way to place the shield in the case, Kozinkerov slipped on an errant Infinity Gauntlet replica and lost control of the shield, which shattered on the hard, concrete floor.

"Oh no! How could Infinity Gauntlet break Captain America’s shield?" said Vlad. "Whatever character possesses such power would be fearsome foe indeed. I could see an entire movie being made about such a battle."

Unfortunately, with no time to create a replacement prop, Marvel had no choice but to put the pieces back together with krazy glue and set it up anyway, causing confusion amongst congoers who now mistakenly think the cracked shield will be relevant in Avengers: Age of Ultron. At press time, Marvel denied plans of punitive action against Vlad, since he performs about 90% of their workload and they don’t have to pay him.

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SDCC 14 Exclusive Guardians of the Galaxy Rocket Raccoon & Groot Prints by Kevin Tong, Randy Ortiz & Mike Mitchell

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+ SDCC 14 Exclusive Star-Lord Guardians of the Galaxy Screen Print by Francesco Francavilla

SDCC 14 Exclusive Star-Lord Guardians of the Galaxy Screen Print by Francesco Francavilla

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+ SDCC 14 Exclusive Drax Guardians of the Galaxy Screen Print by Phantom City Creative

SDCC 14 Exclusive Drax Guardians of the Galaxy Screen Print by Phantom City Creative

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+ SDCC 14 Exclusive Gamora Guardians of the Galaxy Screen Print by Vance Kelly

SDCC 14 Exclusive Gamora Guardians of the Galaxy Screen Print by Vance Kelly

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+ Marvel made animation news at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday.
Marvel offered a sneak peek at the Guardians of the Galaxy animated series — which boasts a style that may mark a depature for Marvel Studios’ animated arm.
Marvel revealed a minute of early footage for its already announced Guardians cartoon and revealed that the team will make guest appearances in all of Marvel’s other animated series – Ultimate Spider-Man, Hulk And The Agents Of SMASH, and Avengers Assemble – as the studio tries to cement their place in audience’s imaginations.
It’s perhaps too early to make any pronouncements about the Guardians Of The Galaxy cartoon, but what we’ve seen thus far suggests it’s one of the most stylistically interesting works to come out of Marvel Animation. Marvel’s cartoons haven’t generally offered much in the way of originality, but more interesting art direction may be a sign of Stephen Wacker’s influence since becoming vice president in charge of current animation projects. Wacker’s eye for great art and great artists was a hallmark of his time as head of the Spider-Man office.

Marvel made animation news at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday.

Marvel offered a sneak peek at the Guardians of the Galaxy animated series — which boasts a style that may mark a depature for Marvel Studios’ animated arm.

Marvel revealed a minute of early footage for its already announced Guardians cartoon and revealed that the team will make guest appearances in all of Marvel’s other animated series – Ultimate Spider-ManHulk And The Agents Of SMASH, and Avengers Assemble – as the studio tries to cement their place in audience’s imaginations.

It’s perhaps too early to make any pronouncements about the Guardians Of The Galaxy cartoon, but what we’ve seen thus far suggests it’s one of the most stylistically interesting works to come out of Marvel Animation. Marvel’s cartoons haven’t generally offered much in the way of originality, but more interesting art direction may be a sign of Stephen Wacker’s influence since becoming vice president in charge of current animation projects. Wacker’s eye for great art and great artists was a hallmark of his time as head of the Spider-Man office.