Brie Larson on stage with the Marvel Studios cast members. #SDCC2016 pic.twitter.com/ACEQBRh6PV— Ben Kendrick (@benkendrick) July 24, 2016Whoa. What just happened? And why don’t we have a Guardians Vol. 2 trailer for all of us yet? Marvel want its San Diego Comic-Con panel to be different. Whereas other panels had people rotating out from behind a table, Marvel had only chairs. No table means no name tags, as if to subtly say: you know us, we’re the Marvel Cinematic Universe.Kevin Feige started the panel by unveiling a new Marvel Studios fanfare and logo and promising that they only come to Hall H if there is a lot to show… this year, Marvel decided to keep their video goodies inside Hall H. Most of the information given to us internet masses were logos and casting news.Presentación del nuevo logo de #MarvelStudios con la música compuesta por Michael Giacchino #MarvelSDCC #SDCC2016 https://t.co/e9q79hrb7i— Alejandro Plaza (@Jango1138) July 24, 2016 Kicking things off was Black Panther, scheduled for release February 16 2018.Director Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther hasn’t even started shooting, but they’re getting ready to. Coogler brought out his cast and we got to learn some character names: Black Panther himself Chadwick Boseman, rumored but now confirmed Michael B. Jordan as Erik Killmonger, Danai Gurira is Okoye (head of the Dora Milaje, Wakanda’s elite guard), and Lupita Nyong’o who is playing Nakia (also a Dora Milaje). Buried in the #GotGVol2 footage is a shot of Sylvester Stallone squaring off against Yondu in a Ravager coat #SDCC2016— JJ Duncan | @SDCC (@jjduncan) July 24, 2016And Brie Larson is playing Captain Marvel!There was a whole panel of Ravager aliens introducing cast members before they even got to those highlights.Then the panel was over in a huge group photo microphone drop. Michael Rooker on stage in Yondu costume. Clip: Yondu, Rocket, and Baby Groot escape the Ravagers. Yondu takes down at least fifty guys.— Ben Kendrick (@benkendrick) July 24, 2016Afterwards, Michael Rooker came out in full costume as Yondu, who will be part of the Guardians this time (like his character was in the comics and like Geek.com told you in January). Also like his comics counterpart, Rooker’s Yondu was sporting a full fin coming up off of his head. The question and answer portion with the cast involved moderator Chris Hardwick probing Kurt Russell about what character he’s playing and Kurt responding: “You’re lucky when you get to play a memorable well-written character and I hope this one is memorable.”The unexpected announcement from a Marvel Studios panel was a video announcement that Guardians of the Galaxy are coming to Disneyland California Adventure in ride from in Galaxy Mission Breakout. The ride will feature the Guardians from the movie and Benicio Del Toro reprising his role as The Collector. Mission Breakout will take over for the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror. Some detail shots of the Gladiator #Hulk Armor. #MarvelSDCC pic.twitter.com/oqaBflGAo7— Ryan Penagos (@AgentM) July 23, 2016Director Scott Derrickson’s Doctor Strange comes out November 4 and is the next installment in the MCU. Stephen Strange himself, Benedict Cumberbatch, was in attendance and caused quite a stir when his entrance was accompanied by theatrical smoke. Also from the Doctor Strange cast: Tilda Swinton (The Ancient One), Rachel McAdams, Mads Mikkelsen, and Benedict Wong.Since Doctor Strange is so close, Marvel showed a clip from the movie where Stephen Strange meets Swinton’s The Ancient One for the first time. While Hall H got the exclusive clip, the internet was given the second trailer:Jon Watts and Tom Holland showed up to promote Spider-Man: Homecoming, which was sort of a surprise because Homecoming is a co-production with Sony Pictures. Homecoming is currently in production in Atlanta, but amazingly, there was footage shown that ended with a reveal of The Vulture swooping down toward the camera. The Vulture is Homecoming’s villain!After the footage, Holland was excited, having not seen the completed Vulture tease before. With that, more Homecoming cast came on stage: Jacob Batalon, Laura Harrier, Tony Revolori, and Zendaya. The cast took some photos, then had to return to keep shooting the movie.James Gunn came out next to promote his sequel and final Marvel film to get the spotlight during the panel: Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol 2. Gunn seemed high energy and suddenly full-costumed Ravagers and recognizable Taserface stormed Hall H. To end the Guardians portion of the show, they debuted a new trailer with a new soundtrack that finally revealed Kurt Russell’s role: Star Lord’s father… Ego the living planet?!?!!We told you so.Not only that, Sylvester Stallone is in this movie! Ravagers onstage heckling the audience #GuardiansoftheGalaxy vol2 #MarvelSDCC pic.twitter.com/rp72dYpKAG— JoBlo.com (@joblocom) July 24, 2016After they mocked the audience and the Guardians, Chris Pratt showed up to cheers (was mocked by the Ravagers as well) and was joined by Zoe Saldana, Karen Gillan, Dave Bautista, Pom Klementieff (Mantis), and Elizabeth Debicki. Kurt Russell came out to huge cheers (but no character name introduction). Then, it was time for a clip from Guardians Vol. 2. BLACK PANTHER CAST SO EXXITING OMGKFKFNFNRNRJDKD #SDCC #MarvelSDCC pic.twitter.com/G5jIE0SxmX— dazyndara (@dazyndara) July 24, 2016Thor: Ragnarok has only been shooting for two weeks in Austrailia, but director Taika Waititi did direct a short film of what Thor was doing during Civil War. Apparently he moved in with a normal guy and has a conspiracy board about what the Infinity Stones are.After the humorous short, some concept art was shown that included Thor with his hair cut, Hulk wearing his gladiator armor – PLANET HULK STYLE – (that was unveiled earlier in the day on the convention floor and was a tidbit Geek.com revealed back in January), Hela (Cate Blanchett!), and Surtur, a demon villain that we hadn’t know was going to show up!