Our first look (slightly blurry) at Marvel Studios’ live-action Avengers from the Licensing International Expo in Vegas, courtesy of SuperHeroHype!
While I’m as stoked as every other comic book geek about the WonderCon footage that emphasized the sci-fi elements of Green Lantern, I’m still a bit leery about catching this flick opening night.
Regardless, here are a few of the many Green Lantern-related posters, banners, and one-sheets that are slowly but surely chipping away at my unease regarding next month’s big screen debut of Hal Jordan:
Check out this trailer for Minitroid, a cool, fan-made Metroid game featuring a Super Deformed Samus Aran:
Here’s another clip that shows a bit more of what to expect from the game itself, including some sweet original music and some really cool enemy designs:
The Minitroid Tech Demo is brought to you by Construct, a three-person team that includes programmer Tokinsom, artist Betatronic, and music composer Jamie Billings and is a free download available at the Metroid Database.
Better, but still not impressed.
I’m glad the newly released Green Lantern footage from this year’s WonderCon focuses heavily on the sci-fi elements, but I’m still underwhelmed.
Want me to buy a ticket? Less Ryan Reynolds goofing around, please.
Take a look at the first official, full-length trailer for this summer’s Captain America: The First Avenger:
The trailer looks great. I’m really looking forward to seeing this in theaters, along with Thor which opens May 6.
Green Lantern? Not so much.
(Read more about my thoughts on the mostly “meh” Green Lantern trailer in this earlier post.)