Marvel premieres 4 stunning Avengers posters in San Diego

Now that Captain America has opened in theaters, the Avengers assembly is complete! To kick off the marketing for the comic juggernaut, Marvel has released some fancy character posters, two of which showcase the team's famous ride—The Quinjet!

So far, Marvel has released artwork that highlights Iron Man, Captain America, Black Widow and Hawkeye. If you've seen Iron Man 1 and 2, this poster really doesn't show us anything new, but the other three are filled with pleasant surprises.

For Captain America, he's wearing his updated Avengers costume, which is a much sleeker version than the one he wears in his film. We also get a better look at Hawkeye's uniform, which tones down the bright purple the character's known for (thank goodness).

And, last but not least, we have Black Widow, who's sporting a shorter hairstyle to match her militarized cat suit. But the best part of her poster is the wide shot of the Avengers' Quinjet hovering in the background. It's good to know that it'll make an appearance in the movie. It just wouldn't be the same without it.

We're now anxiously awaiting the release of Thor and the Hulk's character posters. And we wonder if they'll give Nick Fury one, too?

(via Marvel)

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