The two biggest Marvel Comics collaborations in its near future are Captain America: The First Avenger (set to air during Comic-Con) and The Avengers, which is filming now. Although Marvel stated that they won't have an official panel this year, they're still promoting the two movies in a major way.
MTV reports that Chris Evans, who's portraying the iconic Captain America, will get a classic military salute as a nod to his character's soldier status. Rumors are flying around that he will also sign autographs and be at screenings of the movie itself! Don't get too excited though, the screenings of the movie are mere rumors.
As for the much anticipated The Avengers, sources believe that they will follow in the footsteps of movies like J.J Abram's Super 8 and use viral marketing to excite the viewers. The best news?
"Apparently, if the rumors are true (and we can’t guarantee they are), Marvel will be using S.H.I.E.L.D. In other words, they’ll have pieces from the set and fake S.H.I.E.L.D. personnel around the convention to help promote the movie, not unlike what we saw at WonderCon this year."
If Marvel is reading this, we highly support this idea. What do you think Comic-Con goers? Are you excited to see Marvel presence?