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So why exactly did artist 4steex draw this fan art series of Marvel characters as owls? You know, I have no idea. But I can tell you this for a fact: “The Owlvengers” are pretty darn adorable. They’re a real (wait for it) hoot, wouldn’t you say? I’ll see myself out.

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Fans are still reeling from the return of Marvel and Netflix’s Daredevil for its second heart-stopping season, and with the excitement at it’s height during this weekend’s Silicon Valley Comic-Con, fans clearly had Netflix on the brain. During Avengers star Jeremy Renner’s spotlight Q&A panel, one fan asked about the possibility of seeing Hawkeye or his fellow Avengers hitting the small screen via Netflix. To fans’ delight, Renner seemed completely open to the idea, and a fan of the Netflix format as a whole:

I think that’s actually a really great model, if there’s ever a way to explore the character, maybe it’s in that world. These are things that are really not in my control, but I’d be open to it. I’ve really enjoyed getting to explore the character more recently. The Netflix model is where all the character drama goes to now, you’re doing a superhero movie or a Netflix or HBO kind of model. So I’d be open to it. Not up to me, though.

The actor also went on to express interest in a Black Widow and Hawkeye movie, saying that he would do it “in a second. I’d love to do that.” The two characters have an interesting and long-running friendship, and Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow is a character who still has a long past to explore.

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If you didn’t stay up late to catch the premiere of the first Captain America: Civil War trailer, now is your chance to get caught up.

The trailer is available below and wow—is it awesome.

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S.H. Figuarts Ultron Exclusive

The SH Figuarts line is about to get one serious bad guy with this Ultron Figure. At 6.9 inches tall, Ultron features the same detail and accuracy we’ve come to expect from the Figuarts series. He also looks like he can kick some serious ass but maintains the sleek, fluid look that defines Ultron.

See Also: New ‘Force Awakens’ SH Figuarts Will Sear Your Eyeballs With Awesomeness

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Now that Avengers: Age Of Ultron is available for purchase, fans are enjoying all of the extras you’ll find on the DVD/Blu-Ray/digital releases. One of those extras is a film commentary by Joss Whedon who, it turns out, dropped a blink-and-you-might-miss-it Angel easter egg.

If you remember Thor’s visions while he was in the cave, there were all sorts of flashes of Asgard amidst the chaos. One of those flashes is of three men wearing animal masks. Specifically, a wolf, a ram, and a stag. Where this gets fun, is that there’s another word for stag used in medieval times: a hart.

Wolf, ram, hart representing the fictional law firm of Wolfram & Hart.

Well played, Joss. Well played, indeed.

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Tony Stark’s “Hulkbuster” mod for his suit was one of the best parts of Avengers: Age of Ultron. If you agree, then you might like this remote control Hulkbuster lamp from infoThink.

It comes with five distinct light modes: fade, flash, multi-effects, soothing sleep and smooth breathing. I know–those sound like pretty odd settings, but you can get a better understanding of what those modes actually mean by watching a short demonstration video after the break.

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Here’s a mashup that you never saw coming. The Wizard of Oz meets Avengers and the Tin Man has never looked so damn scary. The Cowardly Lion, however, makes a perfect Thor with that long, luscious lion mane.

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The Avengers recently passed the record-setting opening weekend torch to Jurassic World, and the folks at Marvel handled the news with class. They published a fantastic cartoon by Andy Park (who has been instrumental in developing the look of Marvel films) to congratulate the team behind Jurassic World on their success.

See the picture, along with similar congratulatory notes from past box office champs, after the break.

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I have to say, Hot Toys outdid themselves with this Scarlet Witch Sixth Scale Figure from Avengers: Age Of Ultron. From the uncanny likeness of actress Elizabeth Olsen to the special care taken with the different hands to show varying states of her using her powers, this figure is a thing of beauty. She also comes with some great accessories, including Ultron’s heart. That’s pretty frickin’ cool.

The figure features over 28 points of articulation, 8 interchangeable hands, 1 blue dress with polka dot pattern, 1 black dress, Wanda’s signature red leather-like jacket, and much more.

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king arts hulkbuster

We’ve seen some pretty incredible Hulkbuster toys recently, including the Hot Toys version and a Bandai version, but King Arts has gone a step further with a 1/9th scale model that has a full Iron Man figure stuffed inside.

The die-cast, fully articulated figure clocks in at a whopping 16-inches tall and comes with LED effects. However, it does not come with the 1/9th scale Iron Man figure, so you’ll have to shell out an additional $190 for that. When all is said and done, you’re looking at $840 for the complete Hulkbuster experience.

Damn, I don’t even want to know how much that four foot Hulkbuster with animatronic armor from Comicave Studios is gonna cost.

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