I can't wait for the Iron Man
anime from Madhouse Studios
I might check out Wolverine
even though the designs are kind of weird.
I hope that Marc Worden reprises his role as Tony Stark/Iron Man. He's the perfect voice actor for the character. I'm assuming Steve Blum is going to voice the English language version as he was apparently given the role of Wolverine "for life" by Craig Kyle, the VP of Marvel Animation. Fred Tatasciore was also given the role of the Hulk for life too, apparently.
Warren Ellis is the big selling point for me. I love his work, especially Planetary.
The Iron Man teaser looks cool, though the antagonist was a bit Captain Harlock until he transformed/armoured up. Madhouse always delivers in the animation department. The teaser actually made me think of how cool it would be to do something like an updated Bubblegum Crisis. Boomers in modern animation would be super cool.
I'm not sold on the Wolverine anime. The character design and action are both a bit too pretty and clean for my liking. I think the character of Wolverine is best portrayed in a visceral and gritty manner. A super anime mullet and shaggy eyebrows can't cover up the bishonen looks. The magical rays of light in the wake of his claws don't help either. Take a shorter, scruffed up Himuro Gemma from Ninja Scroll and you'd have a good anime Wolverine. Jet Black with a full head of hair would be better. Heck, get Heihachi Mishima with some adjustments and there's a grumpy, growly Wolverine.
If the action must be stylish, I think Ninja Scroll/Jubei Ninpucho is a good example of stylish action contrasted by brutal violence, which is not always necessarily shown to make an impact. I hope the anime isn't full of "slice and dice a million times and then the enemy falls to pieces cleanly in the background". Wolverine action isn't done right if he doesn't shed some blood.