Universal has opened up the vault to a bunch of new pictures from The Incredible Hulk, including one that links this film to the upcoming The First Avenger: Captain America and The Avengers films. The Spanish website Movieland brings us access to these pictures.

The image pictured below is notable for being a look at the Super Soldier Serum which was instrumental in creating Captain America. Apparently, General Ross (William Hurt) tells Emil Blonsky (Tim Roth) that there was a weapon program initiated in World War II to create a super soldier, and this research leads to the procedure that turns Blonsky into the abomination.

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This new evidence suggests that Marvel is aiming to make their films closer in tone to their Ultimate line of comics. In the Ultimate line, research into the Super Soldier serum is what transforms Bruce Banner into the Hulk. It is also in the Ultimate line that Nick Fury was re-envisioned as a bald black man resembling Samuel L. Jackson, rather than his traditional roots as a WWII Sergeant who had served alongside Captain America - and as we all know by now, Samuel L. Jackson played Fury in the closing segment of Iron Man.

The Incredible Hulk, starring Edward Norton, William Hurt, Liv Tyler and Tim Roth smashes into theatres on June 13, 2008.