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'Thor' and 'Captain America' Logos Look About How You'd Expect

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From ComicBookMovie.com, here are what have been confirmed today as the official logos for Marvel's next two superhero movie projects. As you can see, the Captain America works in the famous shield and the word "Avenger"--to clue in those non-nerd dunces that won't realize what The Avengers is when it comes out--while the Thor logo takes place in the credits of an episode of NOVA. Within a few days, you should be able to see larger versions inked across pudgy arms in comic shops near you.

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