The first official trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road, George Miller's new installment in the Max Rockatansky mythology, exploded onto the internet Sunday and had many saying that Mad Max "won" the annual San Diego Comic-Con as a result.
The trailer is indeed spectacular, with all the attendant vehicular mayhem, and Tom Hardy looking quite able to fill Mel Gibson's formidable shoes in the title role.
After watching the new footage a few times, we went back and revisited the trailers for George Miller's original trilogy—Mad Max, The Road Warrior, and Beyond Thunderdome. One thing's clear: the "In a world..." voice-over guy ruled the era. But which of the four Max Max trailers rules the post-apocalypse?
You choose. Watch 'em all below, then vote in the poll at the bottom of the page.
MAD MAX (1979)
"The last law in a world gone out of control."
THE ROAD WARRIOR (1981)
"When all that's left is one last chance, pray that he's still out there, somewhere."
BEYOND THUNDERDOME (1985)
"He was the one they called mad, but to those whose lives hung in the balance, he was the one they called hero."
FURY ROAD (2015)
"My name is Max. My world is fire, and blood."