Marvel put a little taste of its movie magic behind a new trailer on Wednesday to promote an upcoming exhibition at Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture.
PREVIOUSLY: Bam! Pow! MoPOP! Seattle museum to feature huge new exhibition, ‘Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes’
“Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes” will have its world premiere at MoPOP on April 21. It’s the largest exhibition ever staged at the facility, created by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, and will feature more than 300 original artifacts including iconic artwork, costumes, and props from such comics and films as Captain America, The Avengers, Jessica Jones, and many more.
Set to a dramatic score, the trailer shows comic pages flipping. Text next to an image of the Hulk reads, “You love the comics.” The page flips again and a Black Panther page reads, “You’re thrilled by the movies.” A final page shows Black Widow and the text says, “Now enter the world of super heroes.”
Journey through Marvel's 80-year history at @mopopseattle's world premiere exhibition, "MARVEL: Universe of Super Heroes"! Learn more and get your tickets now: https://t.co/yxl8sDODpY pic.twitter.com/hAm6LkdEUq
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) April 4, 2018
Marvel’s 80-year history will be on full display, from comics to films to artifacts. Immersive set pieces will also place guests inside classic comic book scenescapes such as the lab of Tony Stark (Iron Man).