'Avengers' Teaser: Behold Earth's Mightiest Heroes!

So, the "Avengers" teaser is officially online, though it's only a tease of a teaser, and you've got to spoil the ending of "Captain America" for yourself in order to see it (assuming you haven't seen "The First Avenger" yet, that is). You could always skip to the teaser's 34 second mark to get straight to the footage from Joss Whedon's superhero flick, but even then, you'll have to pause a lot to get a good look at Earth's Mightiest Heroes.

Well, we're saving you the trouble: we've hit that pause button numerous times and taken photos of Nick Fury's assembled group of heroes for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy!

Say hello once again to the Black Widow, the sultry S.H.I.E.L.D. agent played by Scarlett Johansson. We first met her in "Iron Man 2," and she looks more or less the same, albeit with a shorter haircut. She's looking quite seductively at someone, but who? I've got a suspicion that it's...

... Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye, who boasts a similar collar and hairline to the character seen in the shot with Black Widow. A bit of a spark between fellow S.H.I.E.L.D. agents? Perhaps. Either way, it's nice to get a better look at Clint Barton, who we only met briefly in...

... "Thor," and we're getting a good look here at the God of Thunder himself boasting a slightly new appearance from what we're previously used to. Longer and blonder is his hair, and gone are the armored sleeves. His exposed arms get a friendly love tap later in the trailer from...

... Tony Stark, and even though we don't get to see Ol' Shellhead in his Iron Man armor, it's awesome to see Robert Downey Jr. in action once again. Plus, Nick Fury's in the background! And hey, check out the Black Sabbath shirt! Awesome! We all get the reference, but it might fly over the head of...

... Steve Rogers, who just very recently woke up from a 70 year nap and into the surreal world of modern day America. Cap's looking pretty sleek in his new costume, but might otherwise be feeling out of place with the rest of his teammates -- though probably not as out of place as...

... Bruce Banner. Here's our first look at Mark Ruffalo in the role of the easily angered hero, and despite his protests, I'm pretty sure we're going to like him when he's angry. Mark looks appropriately conflicted and worried about his place on the team, but I'm hopefully speaking for most of fandom when I say he's got nothing to worry about -- by all accounts, "The Avengers" is looking pretty, pretty, pretty good!

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