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If you purchased “Marvel’s The Avengers” on Blu-ray this week, look for the Action Code included with your disc, and head to AvengersOfferAssemble.com for instructions on how to claim this poster by Matthew Ferguson. Also, if one poster isn’t enough, you’ll have the opportunity to purchase three more posters for $19.99, plus shipping and processing.
Personally, of the three they’re offering, I like this one the most:
Originally published on ComicMix as Free “Marvel’s The Avengers” Poster Offer »
- Glenn Hauman
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If you were planning on purchasing either a DVD or Blu-ray of The Avengers (which was just released today), you can shell out another $19.99 (plus shipping) and get an additional three posters (seen below). I know it is expensive but they are pretty sweet.
The Avengers have debuted four posters that will be available only to fans who purchase the film in any of its various editions (3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray, DVD, etc.). The posters include three by Matthew Ferguson and one by Mark Bagley, based on his Avengers Assemble #1 cover.
The main image, above, will be available for free to everyone who buys a DVD and inputs their unique code into the website avengersofferassemble.com, and then the three additional posters, below, will be available for an extra $19.99 (plus shipping). All posters are 18 x 24 inches.
Buy your copy of The Avengers today!
For those of you who are getting a copy of The Avengers this Tuesday, here’s a treat: not only will you get the DVD or Blu-ray but you’ll also be able to get some of these awesome posters created for the film. Check them out after the jump.
According to /Film who brought us these posters, Matthew Ferguson’s The Avengers will be available for free to anyone who buys a DVD and inputs their unique code into the website avengersofferassemble.com. You can get the other three awesome posters for $19.99 (plus shipping).
So, what’s your favorite?
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"Marvel's The Avengers" hits home video on Tuesday (September 25), and in addition to all of the incredible bonus features included with the film — check out the Joss Whedon commentary as soon as you can, by the way; it's awesome — you have a chance to get four thoroughly badass posters along with your movie.
The good folks at /Film have exclusive details on four posters available with any "Avengers" home video purchase, be it Blu-ray or DVD. Buyers simply need to input their unique code into avengersofferassemble.com, and they'll receive one free poster, plus three additional posters for the price of $19.99.
Check out the posters below to see if they're worth the price tag.
This one, illustrated by Matthew Ferguson, is for free with the aforementioned code…
While the remaining three posters (the final one drawn by Mark Bagley) come at a combined price tag of $19.99.
Let us know what »
- Josh Wigler
As I’m sure everyone knows, The Avengers will officially hit Blu-Ray/DVD starting tomorrow and in case you were still on the fence about purchasing it (anyone?), Marvel has decided to throw in a little incentive in the form of a free poster.
Three of the posters were created by Matthew Ferguson, who is also responsible for designing the beautiful cover art for the delayed Phase One box set. The fourth poster is created by Mark Bagley, based on his Avengers Assemble #1 cover.
Here’s how it works. You’ll automatically receive one poster with the purchase of the 3D Blu-Ray, Blu-Ray, or DVD. The additional three posters will be available for just $19.99 for all three. All you have to do is purchase one of the three DVD/Blu-Ray releases and you’ll find a special promo code waiting on the inside for you. Then, just visit avengersofferassemble.com and enter the code. »
- Joshua Frost
The first three posters are by Matthew Ferguson - who also did the images for the delayed Phase One box set - and the last is by Mark Bagley. The first one is free when you buy The Avengers and input the code over at avengersofferassemble.com, then the others will set you back $19.99 - well worth it I'm sure you will agree.. »
Just a few weeks ago, we brought you all of the details on the DVD and Blu-ray release of director Joss Whedon‘s record breaking superhero team-up The Avengers, including a picture of the shrouded Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One – Avengers Assembled 10-Disc Limited Edition Six-Movie Collector’s Set.
Now, we have a look inside the awesome collector’s set. Check it out below!
[Click the image to get a closer look at the contents]
One word… Want!
Who wouldn’t want a shiny S.H.I.E.L.D. case with a Tesseract?
We also have a closer look at the individual disc sleeves in the collection, with some cool minimalist-style art by Matthew Ferguson.
Blu-ray Trailer: The Avengers
You can pre-order your Collector’s set below, or check out our previous post Here that includes some more financially friendly options.
Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One – Avengers Assembled (10-Disc Blu-ray Limited Edition Six-Movie Collector’s Set Includes: Marvel’s The Avengers (Blu-ray 3D and Blu-ray »
- Jason Moore
Update (July 13, 2012): Marvel has released images of each disc sleeve that will appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One - Avengers Assembled Blu-ray collection, as drawn by artist Matthew Ferguson. You can view a high resolution version of each sleeve at the end of this article by clicking on the smaller version.
Original article (July 12, 2012): A first look inside the briefcase that houses the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One - Avengers Assembled Blu-ray collection is here. Prepare to be blown away and ready to upgrade all your previously released films in The Avengers series on Blu-ray.
The case for the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One - Avengers Assembled Blu-ray collection resembles the briefcase that Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) kept the Tesseract in after it was retrieved from the Atlantic Ocean by Tony Stark's father. When opened, it literally has a glowing Tesseract inside (click the image »
Last month, Marvel announced that they’ll be releasing a 10-disc, six-movie Blu-ray collector’s set called Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One – Avengers Assembled. The ginormous set will include all of Marvel’s films up through The Avengers, as well as loads of special features. Now Marvel has released some truly gorgeous box art for the set, as Matthew Ferguson has cooked up some fantastic sleeves to go with each corresponding movie. The sleeves will house each individual movie, while the actual box for the whole set looks like it’ll be in the shape of a briefcase. Hit the jump to check out the images, and begin the debates over which one’s the best. Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One – Avengers Assembled will hit stores on September 25th. Here's a trailer for the set, followed by the images (via Marvel). You can also pre-order the set right now on Amazon. »
- Adam Chitwood
"Created exclusively for this collection, artist Matthew Ferguson distills each film to its most iconic elements in six brand-new pieces of art that will adorn the sleeves holding the Blu-ray discs themselves." Some truly awesome art work here folks. Marvel also states that the Tesseract container will include some "top secret" additional features as well. Stay tuned, we'll have more info when it drops. Related Content: The Avengers Is The Most Mistake Filled Movie Of 2012 (So Far) Avengers Producer Jeremy Latcham On Sequels, Spinoffs And Phase 2 The Avengers: The Future Of A Certain Fan Favorite Character The Avengers is an upcoming American superhero film produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures, based on the Marvel Comics superhero team of the same name. It is the sixth installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film is written and directed by Joss Whedon and features an ensemble cast, which »
We've got another viral YouTube video on our hands, and it's centered around a man in various stages of shaving.
Matthew Ferguson, the assistant director of student life at Rutgers University, posted a video of his head -- 6 of them, in fact -- floating against a black screen while lip-synching to Nicki Minaj and David Guetta's "Turn Me On" on Wednesday night.
Perhaps the most intriguing part is that some of the heads have beards, others have mustaches, and some are facial hair-free.
According to Ferguson, the purpose of his video "Mattstache" was to give his beard, which he had sported for five years, a proper send-off.
"We did not expect this one to go the way it went," Ferguson told New Brunswick Patch. "The machine took over."
Despite the fact that his video has been viewed over 300,000 times in under 48 hours, Ferguson is staying humble. "If we make »
- Leigh Weingus
12 items from 2012
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