Looks like Iron and hulk will hang out together

If you have been following news after The Avengers, you will know that Bruce Banner/Hulk won’t have any sort of cameo (at least not publicly known) in 2013’s Iron Man 3. It sucks because we can’t get moments like this:

Well, there is always Avengers 2. The point being for this post is that while Hulk won’t be in IM3, that hasn’t stop Marvel from pairing them together in something else. Popping on home video April 23, 2013 Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United will have Iron Man and Hulk working together in an animated adventure where they stop Zzzax. Sure, it’s not live action but it’s nice to see Marvel cashing in on the Bromance.

Voicing Iron Man will be Adrian Pasdar of “Heroes” fame who has already voiced “shell head” already for Marvel in the Anime Version of Iron Man (THE ONLY GOOD ONE) and is currently voicing him in the Ultimate Spider-Man animated series. Voicing Hulk will be current Hulk VA Fred Tatasciore.

It’s not a direct sequel to The Avengers but Marvel TV’s Jeph Loeb said in an interview that Marvel “welcomes people to interpret any way they like … in tone and character, we want to follow our best leader”. He also had this to say about the tone of it:

The challenge was to pick up the banter between the two of them,” said Loeb. “Certainly, Adrian Pasdar’s performance is inspired by what Robert Downey Jr. does, and Mark laid down such an incredible path for us to be able to follow

Hit up the link below on more about the feature!

[‘Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United’: First Look at Marvel Animation’s debut movie — EXCLUSIVE] — EW.com

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