Marvel never disappoints as it caps off Saturday’s Hall H panels. So much is the popularity of the franchise hat fans camped since Friday morning to get one of the 6,000 coveted seats.

As fans are aware, this time around the god of hinder is not the most powerful creature. Having lost his hammer and been sold off to be home a gladiator he is forced to face off against Hulk after Asgard is destroyed.

Today, fans got to see some more footage from the upcoming film as well as seeing Thor and Hulk themselves as Chris Hemsworth and Mark Ruffalo made an appearance in Hall H joined by Loki’s Tom Hiddlesworth.

The new teaser includes more moments of humor that in the initial teaser, plus a moment many fans have been waiting for: Hulk’s first words as Hulk. The trailer ends with Thor and Hulk arguing about who is more hot-headed.

In addition to the new trailer, Marvel teased a clip from Thor: Ragnarok. In the footage, Thor becomes the property of The Grandmaster and the new clip from the Marvel Studios movie shows Jeff Goldblum’s character to be as befuddled as he is menacing.

We also learn that Loki (ruling Asgard in disguise) has been more focused on himself than in leading his people. “Thor comes home and things are a little different in Asgard,” Huddleston said. “Loki has devoted most of his efforts to narcissistic self-glorification. Not so much on good governance.”

It’s no surprise then that Hela has little problem in bringing about the destruction of Asgard.

The movie is also the second one at Comic-Con today to feature a musical homage to Gene Wilder’s “Pure Imagination” from Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory. It was featured in the trailer for Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One and turns up as the background music for Thor’s colorful introduction to the Grandmaster in Ragnarok.

Take a look at the new trailer and poster below.

Thor: Ragnarok opens November 7.

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