The annual Licensing Expo show is under way in Las Vegas, and just like in years past, there are some shots from the event popping up around the 'Net involving some highly anticipated comic book movies.
Over at Ain't It Cool News, there's a bunch of pics from the show floor revealing logos, posters and general branding design for various upcoming films -- including a group shot of the new logos for Marvel's "Thor," "Iron Man 2" and "The First Avenger: Captain America," as well as the film everything is leading up to: 2012's "Avengers." There's also a shot of a new, fantastic-looking "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" movie poster that, according to the AICN contributor, stands around 20 feet tall. (Please bring this to me. Now.)
While it's always cool to see any updates whatsoever from the Marvel movie and "Scott Pilgrim" fronts, the presence of the "Scott Pilgrim" poster at the show (I've posted the image below) certainly seems to indicate that the buzz surrounding potential "Scott Pilgrim" toys and other types of movie-related merch is not only legitimate -- but we could see some really cool swag come out of the licensing deal, too.
Of course, how any of that will overlap with "Scott Pilgrim" creator Bryan Lee O'Malley's recent call for merchandise suggestions remains to be seen -- but if O'Malley is involved with the licensing decisions, it's pretty much assured that whatever hits the market will be well received by fans.
What do you think of the Marvel movie logos? What about the "Scott Pilgrim" poster?