"Agent Carter" cancellation got you down? Can't wait until September's "Luke Cage"? Wish you had more Marvel Comics in your weeknight television block right now? A talented fan editor has cut together the opening credits of a serialized "Avengers" television show.
While "Agent Carter's" fate rests in the hands of hashtag campaigns, you can now feel like you live in a world where the syndicated adventures of "The Avengers" are coming soon to a primetime slot near you, thanks to superfan editor Shadow Rabbit.
The opening credits for a hypothetical weekly serial starring Chris Evans, Robert Downey, Jr, Scarlett Johansson and the rest of Earth's mightiest cast rests firmly in the style of a network television series. Shots of Marvel's heroes cut in and out over Soundgarden's "Live To Rise," cleverly pulled from the soundtrack for the first "Avengers" film, and fade out with the full team's final Loki stare-down after the Chitauri are vanquished.
While the series, sadly, will never make it to air, you can watch the trailer for it below:
Shadow Rabbit cuts fan trailers, opening credits, title cards and more for tons of Marvel and DC Comics properties like "Wonder Woman", "Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice", "Spider-Man: Homecoming," and more.
You can see more geeky goodness on Shadow Rabbit's YouTube channel.