Captain Marvel’s official site dials up some 1990s web design – Polygon

I do not recognize if it’s ahead of time to call a movie set in the 1990s a “duration piece,” but Captain Wonder‘s marketing professionals are doing their damndest to earn that label with a Comic Sans-tastic throwback site that remembers the days of Adobe PageMill and HTML 1.0.

It’s bang packed with ultra-dated features, my favored being the rotten RealMedia player embed (OK, so it’s “KREE PLAYER 1.0”) showing the main trailer at a 14.4-killing 310×175 pixels. Play the “Kree or Skull?” multimedia video game and also remember a time when advertising on the internet was an absurd uniqueness, not the all-consuming vital force that will destroy every one of our work and also proclaim the coming of the machines.

Rainbow fonts, 3D text, clip art backgrounds,. gifs that are computer animated in name just as well as, yes, a see counter round out the dial-up motif. The only thing I really did not see was that “NeW!” header for all of those updates made 5 months earlier.

The site is either a homage to or a ripoff of Warner Bros. < a href="”> still-extant Space Jam authorities page, which is old enough to rent out an automobile. You figure whoever sloshed this point with each other understood they would certainly be obliging to host it for the next quarter-century so, well played my men.

Room Jam, by the way, is getting a sequel thanks to LeBron James and also Ryan Coogler, at some point quickly. Captain Marvel is extra imminent, launching in movie theaters on March 8. Or you can wait for it to turn up on Primestar.

Correction: Astoundingly, a blog post whose single purpose was to send out individuals to a site failed to consist of that website’s address. That was very reliable, Owen. So, formally, it is– or AOL keyword KREE. We now go back to “ Mr. T Ate My Rounds,” currently underway.