Marvel Anime Iron Man And Wolverine Teaser Trailers

Marvel Anime Iron Man And Wolverine Teaser Trailers


Outsiders - July 29, 2009
Marvel Entertainment Inc., has partnered with renowned Japanese animation studio Madhouse (Paprika, Tokyo Godfathers) to create four all new anime versions of classic Marvel Super Heroes. Get an exciting first glimpse of Iron Man and Wolverine, two of the planned four series!

These Marvel Anime TV series are being created as a way of merging the beloved Marvel Super Heroes of western culture with the bold animation tradition of Japan. The resulting product will be four visually groundbreaking anime series featuring popular Super Heroes redesigned and repurposed as emerging from the fabric of Japanese culture. The series is expected to begin appearing on the Animax channel in Japan in spring of 2010.










Marvel Anime 'Iron Man' Teaser Trailer



Marvel Anime 'Wolverine' Teaser Trailer
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tarot - 2009-07-30 @ 12:15 pm

don't forget people this is for the Japanese market not American. they have to change things. plus the Animes alway have alot more freedom then the Americans cartoon. That mean more voilence and such.

Personally I think Wolverine actually look better.

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