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New Marvel Promo Gives a Better Look at The Hulk

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, I’m sure by now that you’ve seen the exclusive Avengers SDCC posters.  Marvel has now released a new promo image for the upcoming Road to the Avengers book that gives us a better look at The Hulk as well as the rest of the team. The book will cover some unanswered questions created by the gaps in between the various films, as well as sharing some backstories.  Hit the jump for the official synopsis and full pic.

Gear up for the upcoming Avengers movie with these official in-movie continuity stories starring Avengers mainstays Iron Man, Captain America and the Agents S.H.I.E.L.D.! First, it’s an expanded re-imagining of the original Iron Man, featuring bonus scenes not in the movie! Then, it’s an all-new Iron Man adventure! What happened between the events of Iron Man and Iron Man 2? How did Tony Stark put a new chapter in the history books? And how did Iron Man break and rewrite all the rules? Then, it’s Black Widow, Nick Fury and Agent Coulson in espionage action! Think you know S.H.I.E.L.D.? Check out what you DIDN’T see in the movies! And finally, it’s the official comics prequel to the blockbuster Captain America! Steve Rogers is the inspiration for millions during the dark days of World War Two — but where did he get his inspiration from? How did he meet his best friend, “Bucky” Barnes? And what set him on the path to becoming the First Avenger? Experience an all-new Cap adventure on the European battlefields.

There’s quite a few interesting things with this latest rendering:

  • Could that be the Mark 7 armor that Tony Stark is suited up in?
  • You can certainly see how they worked Mark Ruffalo’s features into the new and improved Hulk
  • You get a better look at Black Widow with a new short bob instead of the flowing curls we saw in Iron Man 2
  • Hawkeye stands-out, sporting some serious shades
  • Agent Coulson and Maria Hill, who were included on the posters released at Comic-Con,  are absent this time around.

Via Bleeding Cool

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