Iron Man And Scarlet Witch Battle The Iron Legion In New Avengers: Age Of Ultron Comic-Con Posters

Age of Ultron

Shortly after revealing some cool Ant-Man concept art in the form of a Comic-Con poster, Marvel Studios has unveiled new SDCC-exclusive posters for Avengers: Age Of Ultron as well. The two new posters are free for fans who visit the Marvel booth tonight, though supplies are limited, so if you’re at SDCC, get to booth #2329 quickly if you want to pick one of these up.

The two posters feature Iron Man and Scarlet Witch facing off against the Iron Legion, an army of evil robots controlled by Tony Stark’s latest creation-gone-wrong, Ultron. Stark created the Legion to help protect the world without having to don his own armor, but he didn’t expect his latest artificial intelligence to go rogue and target humanity.

These two posters appear to be the first of many, as Marvel has released an official statement that suggests more will be available throughout the week:

“Headed to San Diego Comic-Con? Don’t miss out on what are sure to be some of the hottest items of the convention, these posters featuring concept art from Marvel’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron”!

Make sure to stop by the Marvel booth, #2329, to pick up these free posters while supplies last! These two posters are only available during Preview Night, while supplies last. Today’s posters feature artwork of Iron Man by Ryan Meinerding as well as a poster by Andy Park of Scarlet Witch.

Once these two character posters are gone, then they’re gone. But maybe if you check back tomorrow, we’ll have something else in store. Maybe. Keep up with all things Marvel at SDCC by keeping your eyes on and following @Marvel on Twitter!”

What do you think of the Iron Man and Scarlet Witch posters? If you’re at SDCC, will you be making a trip to the Marvel booth to pick some up? Sound off in the comments.

Directed by Joss Whedon, Avengers: Age of Ultron hits theaters on May 1st, 2015.

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James Garcia

Lego photographer, cinephile, geek. James is 24 and lives in Portland, OR. He writes for several websites about pop culture, film, and TV and runs a video production company with his wife called Gilded Moose Media.