New Avengers image gives us a better look at Mark Ruffalo's Hulk

During San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel released some epic Avengers artwork that gave us a good look at the superhero team in action. Luckily for us, there's more where that came from—because the gang's together again!

Marvel just released a new promo image that features the Avengers doing what they do best—looking badass. Unlike the previous posters, Maria Hill and Agent Coulson aren't featured, but Nick Fury is, and he's in full force representing the executive side of S.H.I.E.L.D.

As for the members of the core team, this is the first time that you can really see Mark Ruffalo's influence on the Hulk. In the Comic-Con posters, the character's eyebrows distracted from the overall design, but here they're toned down. It's obvious that the animators based the Hulk's new look on Ruffalo's face, and it's not that bad.

Now, can we take a moment to acknowledge Hawkeye and his glaring shades? Jeremy Renner is striking a serious pose as the deadly archer, and even though he's giving off a slight '80s vibe, we dig it. He's obviously trying to distinguish himself from the rest of the group. He's stuck standing next to a green monster and a Norse god with a cape!

This artwork is being used as the working cover for the upcoming Road to the Avengers collection. It's a nice go-between for all the films and features adventures that happened off-screen. One of the entries will even include a comic prequel to Captain America that explores Steve Rogers before he became "The Steve Rogers" who was strong enough to become Captain America. Did you follow that?

What do you think of the latest Avengers artwork? What do you think of the Hulk's new face?

(via Super Hero Hype)

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