We've already seen new logos for "Scott Pilgrim," "Iron Man 2," "Thor," "The First Avenger: Captain America" and "The Avengers" courtesy of the ongoing annual Licensing Expo in Las Vegas, and there are even more superhero images coming in from the show today.
Once again, Ain't It Cool News has a bunch of new promo art from the show, including an all-new poster for "Iron Man 2," as well as our very first glimpse at the Sam Raimi-directed "Spider-Man 4" poster.
The new Iron Man poster doesn't reveal too much, but when you compare it against posters from the original film, there's definitely a contrast in color. This latest suit seems brighter, whereas the first version of the armor sports a darker red. That would jive with what's been reported about a new, practical suit being used in "Iron Man 2."
Likewise, the new Spider-Man poster is pretty light on the details. If you're one of the types that looks for symbolism and meaning in everything, then perhaps you'll find something scoop-worthy in the poster's sole reliance on the number "4."
Could we be looking at four villains in the new film? Will we get a cameo from the Fantastic Four? Will Peter sprout four new arms as he once did in the comics -- during a certain bout with the oft-rumored Morbius, we might add?
Alright, alright, we're reaching. While these posters aren't readily surrendering the goods, they're still enough to whet our appetites for both upcoming superhero flicks.
What'cha think about the new posters? Too much, or not enough?