Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Planet Hulk Trailer

Another event at the Marvel Animation panel at last weekend's San Diego Comic-Con was the first look at the Planet Hulk trailer.

Originally scheduled to be the final film in the Marvel/Lionsgate seven picture deal, Planet Hulk will be released in February 2010 with Thor: Tales of Asgard following in 2011. The Thor film, which is already completely finished according to Craig Kyle, has been delayed to coincide with the live action Thor feature film.

Enough talking, check out this trailer and let me know what you think!

Other Marvel news from the Con:

  • Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes will be joining the Nicktoons line-up. The entire series will be aired, including episodes not previously seen in the USA.
  • The third and fourth anime to be produced by Madhouse will be X-Men and Blade.
  • The second season of Wolverine and the X-Men will feature such characters as Magik and Deadpool.

    Paul said...

    Did you go to the panel for The Spectacular Spiderman, by any chance? I really want to know what the deleted/extended scenes consisted of!

    Orphen said...

    I don't know abut anyone else but I am starting to get tired of Marvel sticking with Hulk so heavily. I like him as much as the next superhero fan but he was in all three avengers movies of course, hulk vs, and now Planet Hulk. I just think they should really start focusing on some of their other great characters.

    Hero Supreme said...


    like Thor?

    Orphen said...

    I guess Thor has been in all those same movies lol but he just doesn't seem to stick out like Hulk. So I guess I'm not tired of him yet, and I'm looking forward to the live action movie and the Direct to DVD animated film. They have so many characters to choose from and we keep coming back to the same like 5. I must say I like all these movies. Probably my favorite Marvel direct to DVD movie is Dr. Strange who though popular in some circles he is definitely a lesser known marvel character. I feel like I must also say I like how DC has done by being more versatile with their direct to DVD's.