Another Comic-Con has come and gone, and as always, it’s brought us plenty of teasers, trailers and talks to keep us happily ensconced in fandom for the time being. In the superhero department, DC came in strong with , and Marvel also brought its A-game with
If you haven’t seen it yet, watch it right now:
Of course, that wasn’t the only highlight from the 2016 Marvel SDCC panel. Aside from all the press photos, lots of stars managed to take their own snaps behind the scenes and have been kind enough to share them on social media.
1. Chris Pratt was busy with the talk for Guardians of the Galaxy, but luckily he found time to take this pic while hanging out backstage with Stan Lee:
2. Here he is again with part of the Guardians of the Galaxy crew:
3. The Ravagers were all present and accounted for, fully costumed and goofing around for an impromptu photo op:
4. Someone spotted Jon Bernthal a.k.a. the Punisher staring off into space in front of this giant poster, and he decided to share it on his Twitter profile:
5. During the Black Panther portion of the panel, we finally got for Michael B. Jordan and Lupita Nyong’o’s characters, and Lupita shared this selfie of herself and fellow actors Michael B. Jordan, Chadwick Boseman, , director Ryan Coogler, and comedian Chris Hardwick.
6. Here are the beautiful Lupita Nyong’o (Nakia) and Danai Gurira (Okoye) again, standing on either side of main character Chadwick Boseman (The Black Panther):
7. Tom Holland added this photo of #TeamSpidey:
8. The super women of Marvel lined up for a photo all together:
9. Of course, maybe the most exciting part of the panel happened toward the end, when the entire cast of the MCU gathered on stage, and president Kevin Feige decided it was time to add one more hero to the line-up: the newly cast Captain Marvel, Brie Larson!
10. The stunning Oscar winner posted this photo on Twitter of her, sporting a Marvel Studios baseball cap:
11. Last but not least, here’s Tom Holland, Zendaya, and the rest of the cast of of Spider-Man: Homecoming again, saying thank you and good night!
What was your favorite part of the Marvel panel at this year’s Comic-Con?