Here’s an event the likes of which have not been experienced since Batman met Scooby Doo and the gang.

This Summer you will see Phineas and Ferb…meet Marvel superheroes Iron Man, Spider-Man, The Hulk, Thor and Nick Fury. It gets better: together they go up against MODOK, Red Skull, Whiplash and Venom!

Suh-weet.

Here’s the trailer…
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Friday YouTube Bonus! How Iron Man 3 Should Have Ended

I love this series of videos…
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Science Friction: The Next Iron Man is YOU

In the first episode of a new video series called Science Friction, Rusty Ward looks att he real science behind Iron Man.

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How do you follow up The Avengers, amovie that currently hold the number 3 spot in the list of all-time top worldwide grossing films? Well, if you’re Marvel, you announce your next set of films at Comi Con! That’s just what they’ve done.

G4tv is reporting that Marvel has announced the following schedule for their next superhero films. And look! It even includes Guardians of the Galaxy
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Joss Whedon is bringing The Avengers to movie theaters everywhere on May 4th.  Not everyone knows who The Avengers are or what they’re all about, so I thought we might take a look at the team before that movie comes out.

The Avengers began in the pages of Marvel comics way back in 1963.  They followed in the footsteps of DC comics who re-launched their team, the Justice League of America, in 1960 (The Brave and the Bold #28). A lot of heroes have been part of the team throughout the years, but the original team had Iron Man, Ant-Man, Wasp, Hulk, Thor, Hawkeye and the Black Panther.  Captain America joined a little later.  Similar to the JLA, the idea was the team would ‘assemble’ whenever there was a threat too big for any one superhero to handle.  Hence, they were ‘Earth’s Mightiest Heroes’.

For the film, they are looking at a team of: Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Hulk, Hawkeye and Black Widow, all of whom have been part of the team at one point or another. 

Let’s take a look at each one…

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First Iron Man 2 Clip

IMAX Trailer: Iron Man 2

This is the trailer for the IMAX version of Iron Man 2. Nice.

Rate the Iron Man 2 Trailer

Iron Man 2 hits theaters May 7, 2010.

I’d give this trailer an 8 out of 10. The biggest plus is that they pick up on the fact that Iron Man 1 ended with Tony Stark revealing his secret identity. It’s nice to see Samuel Jackson back as well. (Plus, I add 1 bonus point for Garry Shandling as Senator Stern.)

Your turn: Rate this trailer on a scale from 1 to 10 in the comments.

SF Tidbits for 10/7/09

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