Finally See The Avengers & Vision Together in 'Age of Ultron' Banner

April 8, 2015

The Avengers: Age of Ultron

So far, we've only been given glimpses of Paul Bettany's new character Vision in The Avengers: Age of Ultron. It appears they're saving most of his action for fans to see in the big screen (could he be the scene staler like Quicksilver was in X-Men: Days of Future Past?). But now we finally have a shot of the pink and green superhero with all the rest of our Avengers and even the title robotic villain. The only downside is that it's one of the most heavily Photoshopped images I've ever seen, and it has so many perspective problems. In looking at this image, you'd have no idea Hulk was supposed to be bigger than any of them. Look below!

Here's the poorly designed Avengers: Age of Ultron magazine cover banner form EW:

The Avengers: Age of Ultron

And here's a new featurette with some new footage from Dr. Pepper, because product placement:

You can still watch the latest trailer for The Avengers: Age of Ultron right here.

The Avengers: Age of Ultron is written & directed by Joss Whedon (The Avengers, Serenity). Earth's mightiest heroes must once again assemble when a super intelligent robot created by Tony Stark created to help fight any threats that might harm the world actually turns against him and the human race. Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner and Samuel L. Jackson all return in the sequel to Marvel's The Avengers with new names like Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen joining the team. Disney & Marvel release the film this summer on May 1st. You ready?

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Reader Feedback - 24 Comments


Didn't EW do the crappy photos of the new Terminator? Maybe it's just EW who sucks at it and not the fact that the new Terminator looks like crap. The featurette was actually fun to watch, I can't wait to see this film.

Justin R on Apr 8, 2015


Exactly. Didn't see this before I posted just now. But yeah, people were bashing Terminator because EW's cover looked horrible. Well, let's judge it on its own merits, at least.

Brian Simpson on Apr 8, 2015


Nice homage to the Jim Lee X-Men cover

Transmillion on Apr 8, 2015


Simply embarrassing, what a shame this banner is. I wouldn't even hang it on my wall if I got it for free, it's one huge ugly mess of photoshop and awkward character placements. There is just so many problems with the banner I don't know where to begin.

Jordan Odinson on Apr 8, 2015


Start with Ultron's, missing legs.

Batman on Apr 8, 2015


LOL, way to photoshop, guys.

Vampire Cop on Apr 8, 2015


It's just artwork for a magazine cover, four covers put together. Quit bashing it like it's supposed to be The Mona Lisa. Chill out. lol.

Jason Scarpelli on Apr 8, 2015


This reminds me of when Terminator: Genesys got a really bad EW cover. People were like, "This looks terrible!" Well it looked terrible due to the horrible photoshop job, can't blame the movie for that. The movie may very well stink, but don't rest the movie's performance on EW's terrible art direction.

Brian Simpson on Apr 8, 2015


I feel like I've seen this movie without having seen this movie. I could've done without the Vision reveal till opening day. #stillwatchingit

JD3000 on Apr 8, 2015


There's more... Ultron looks like a bullfrog. A badass bullfrog.

JBroti on Apr 9, 2015


Is there something I'm missing about poorly photoshop'd images? I've been lucky to work in the industry for 5 years only because myself and the people in it care about what they do. But at some immensely large level does the one controlling the work like to fuck with things? Or finding some amazing value in it? I just don't get it?! Someone please explain this!!!!!

HasEveryoneLostTheirMinds on Apr 9, 2015


Tasty Vision.

DAVIDPD on Apr 9, 2015


Nice Power Rangers homage.

DAVIDPD on Apr 9, 2015


This is really ugly.

capitandelespacio on Apr 9, 2015


Meh. Kinda sucks.

TheOct8pus on Apr 9, 2015


The siblings' costumes are terrible.

TheOct8pus on Apr 9, 2015


Yeah it's pretty bad photoshop. First thing I thought was why is Hulk so small?

David Diaz on Apr 9, 2015


Where are ultrons legs? Where are the Hulk's feet? Why are his legs dark forest green? Why is Tony Starks hand placed directly in front of Cap's shield? Black Widow... EDM Glow sticks...

cg on Apr 9, 2015



Scarlett Witch on Apr 9, 2015


Terrible poster. Also why are they all looking in different directions. Who comes up with this crap. I liked it when actual artists did movie posters. You got actual art.

Mike Avallone on Apr 9, 2015


Awful poster but I do like that it pays homage to that 90's X-Men piece. Otherwise... Elizabeth Olsen... I love you.

Blake on Apr 9, 2015


Back off... she's MINE!

Jimmy Petruzella on Apr 21, 2015


It's funny that the writer criticizes the Photoshop quality of the picture yet makes spelling and grammatical errors in the article. The cover banner is "form" EW. We'll see Vision "in" the big screen instead of "on." I guess bad writers can recognize bad photography.

42 on Apr 11, 2015


People honestly shouldn't hate on the poster. It was all chopped together from The Entertainment Magazines

Jimmy Petruzella on Apr 21, 2015

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