In case you missed them, we put all the commercials geeks would care about into one convenient place.
[dropcap size=small]T[/dropcap]he Superbowl could be considered the biggest night for commercials in America, as the event on average has about 100 million viewers per year. This means commercials are more memorable and entertaining on the night of the Superbowl. This was an especially good year for the geek community as we got tons of commercials centered around mainly upcoming comic book and sci-fi based movies with a sprinkling of video games.
Deadpool : Superb Owl
There is less than a week till Deadpool hits theaters but the advertising team is still killing.
Coca-Cola: Hulk vs. Ant-Man
Although the commercial did not tease any upcoming movies, it was still a fun short about Ant-Man stealing the Hulk’s mini Coke.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2
The commercial was only 30 seconds long but gave us our first look at Krang and the Technodrome. It was a short look but the Turtles can be seen fighting Krang and the Technodrome is seen over the skies of NYC.
Batman V. Superman Turkish Airlines
Turkish Airlines provided us with two ads featuring Bruce Wayne, played by Ben Affleck, and Lex Luthor, played by Jesse Eisenberg, promoting travel to Gotham City and Metropolis, respectively. Both explained how the cities were in turmoil but through some generous donations from themselves, the cities are getting back on track. It was a fun commercial only heightening the level of hype for the movie.
Captain America: Civil War
For more info on the trailer, check out our article on it here.
Similar to Civil War, X-Men: Apocalypse also has its own article that can be found here.
Pokémon: Train On
Pokémon has done an excellent job kicking off its 20th anniversary with this commercial. Although no new games or updates on announced games (looking at you Pokémon Go), it did a great job hyping the community up for everything Pokémon has in store this year.
Independence Day: Resurgence
This trailer had everything a person could ask for: the National Anthem, destruction caused by aliens, and Jeff Goldblum.
The Broncos were the winners last night, but overall, the real winners are the geeks.