This year’s San Diego Comic- Con has begun and a number of exclusive posters have already started to make their way online. Though the event really kicks off on Thursday, Wednesday night marked the preview night for 4-day badge holders, professionals and the press. And so as to pack in as much as they can during this Mecca of pop culture, Marvel has unveiled a number of exclusive posters available at the con.
For starters, Entertainment Weekly exclusively shared the first official look at ‘Ant-Man’. After Edgar Wright unfortunately departed the Phase Three film earlier this summer, Peyton Reed now has the reins and production is set to being shooting some time next month. But before cameras start rolling, fans can see the concept art featuring Paul Rudd as Scott Lang, Michael Douglas as Dr. Hank Pym, and a full view of Ant-Man’s costume:
Next, similar to what the House of Ideas did for ‘The Avengers’ a few years back, Marvel is offering exclusive concept art character posters for each member of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes appearing in Joss Whedon’s ‘The Avengers: Age of Ultron’. To begin with, fans were able to pick up Iron Man by Ryan Meinerding and Scarlet Witch by Andy Park. While you might be guessing which posters we’ll see next, you can see the first two characters below as they fight off Ultron’s Iron Legion courtesy of Marvel.com:
Finally, though there are no plans for ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ and upcoming series ‘Agent Carter’ to directly crossover (that we know of), the two ABC shows have come together on more exclusive artwork at SDCC. Artist Matt Ferguson, who is known for contributing his work to the Marvel Studios Phase One box set, brings Peggy Carter together with Agent Phil Coulson and company on this awesome poster available at booth #2329 on the floor of Comic-Con International brought to us again by Marvel.com:
What do you think about all these Marvel exclusives from the Preview Night of this year’s San Diego Comic Con? Which heroes are you most excited to see when they premiere on their respective screens in the future? Let us know in the comment section.