Marvel’s Iron Man Anime and Wolverine Anime bring Disney to G4
Ever since the comic book giant was acquired by Disney, Marvel has seemingly been on a roll. From the amazingly popular Iron Man franchise, to this month’s Captain America, to next year’s Avengers and Spider-Man reboot, all things have Marvel have, aptly, “Assembled.” In hopes to keep the hype train running, Marvel brought anime versions of some of their bigger icons to G4, with Iron Man Anime and Wolverine Anime. Two more are expected to follow, with the launch of X-Men and Blade later down the line. The Madhouse and Sony Pictures series have received a bit of flack during the previews and a few Comic Con 2011 discussions. Now that Marvel has officially dipped into the world of anime, what are your thoughts on the art style, design, and direction?
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