First Scott Pilgrim Poster and New Marvel Logos Revealed

June 2, 2009
Source: Ain't It Cool News

First Scott Pilgrim Poster

This isn't exactly what you're thinking, but all of this is official. The Licensing International Expo is currently underway in Las Vegas this week and that means we've go some new logos to check out courtesy of Ain't It Cool News. Marvel has a booth at the convention and is showing off their logos for their four upcoming movies: Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America, and The Avengers. And Universal is showing off a giant 20-foot tall poster for their Scott Pilgrim vs. the World movie that's in production right now. If you're a fan of any of the comics mentioned, then these logos should be pretty awesome to see anyway.

I did a bit of Photoshop work on this Scott Pilgrim poster below to try and frame it better, so take a look.

Scott Pilgrim Poster - Licensing International Expo

Marvel Movie Logos - Licensing International Expo

Click either of these above to see some more posters from the Licensing International Expo at AICN.

I like the look of the Scott Pilgrim poster, but it would've been cooler to see that same arrangement with the actors, not just drawings. I'm assuming this is just a very early design meant solely to pitch the movie to attendees at this convention. So don't ever expect to see this poster anywhere else besides in a photo. As for the Marvel logos, we saw similar logos on display at last year's show, so these aren't completely new. I'll say again that it's great to see Marvel pushing forward with all four leading into The Avengers movie in 2012. Hell, it's just cool seeing them using the S.H.I.E.L.D. symbol and "Avengers Assemble" in the middle!

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Lovin' the Captain America poster!

Corey on Jun 2, 2009


captain america poster reminds me of the Team America poster but still cool to see rough drafts of these marvel movies

zach on Jun 2, 2009


Those Marvel logos will obviously change in the future. That Scott Pilgrim poster is beautiful, but unfortunately it doesn't work. They need to visually communicate to general audiences that it is a live action film. The comic is the comic and the movie is the movie.

George on Jun 2, 2009


All these are pretty cool. The Marvel ones are obviously very simple but they do the job for now.

Dan W on Jun 2, 2009


F*ckin A! Great setup syncing them all together!

Nick Sears on Jun 2, 2009


I hope the whole "Panic of 2012" ( Mine. You can't use! Jk) doesn't happen so i can watch the Avengers.

D on Jun 2, 2009


you will still be able to see the avengers before the world ends D. No worries =D because what most people don't realize is that the end date is December 21 2012, so even after the big ball drops in NYC we still got another year to live and see the Avengers!!! personally I'm stoked for Cap. America... although i still think they should cast Bruce Willis and just link it to the Die Hard series... cause come on... everyone already knows John Maclane is our country's Captain America.

DoomCanoe on Jun 2, 2009



Scott McHenry on Jun 2, 2009


Love the Marvel posters =D

Robbie on Jun 2, 2009



doorman09 on Jun 3, 2009


marvel posters looking pretty fucking cool,i thought marvel would have tried for a 4th july release date for captain america,the avengers poster just makes me hard.

zetsu on Jun 3, 2009


that Thor poster looks bad saturday morning cartoonish. Captain America (as stated before) looks like Team America. Iron Man 2 poster is nothing special and The Avengers poster looks cartoonish as well.

Dresden on Jun 3, 2009


OH. forgot to mention. As for the scott pilgrim poster, they REALLY DO need to make a better poster with real people. This is why Mallrats got so few views in theatre, no one was sure if it was a movie or a book or what. And it was MAAAARKKETTTEDDDD the hell out of. Even in today's age, it can get bypassed..just make a normal poster with real people and you'll be fine.

Dresden on Jun 3, 2009


The posters looks amazing.Loved them all.

Fisherr on Jun 3, 2009

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