This summer, Marvel and Feld Entertainment are starting up a traveling arena show full of superheroes doing stunts that have never been done before dubbed Marvel Universe Live. It's a tall order.

But it looks like they're pretty close to being ready. USA Today snagged a video preview of the tour, which starts in Tampa July 10 and comes to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn for its world premiere August 13, and you can watch it after the jump.

 

 

Tickets for the show aren't cheap -- they start at $45 and go all the way up to $150, depending on the venue. But Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada says it's worth the price.

"You're going to walk in and it's going to feel like Marvel, it's going to smell like Marvel, it's going to taste like Marvel," he told USA Today.

The show's story focuses on a team of heroes including Thor, Captain America, the Hulk, and Wolverine searching the world for the pieces of the Cosmic Cube before a group of supervillains led by Madame Hydra and the Red Skull can get them.

Bono is not doing music.

[Via USA Today]