The first look of Anthony Ramos from the upcoming "Ironheart" series has surfaced on social media but Marvel fans are not that happy.

A Twitter user shared two on-set photos Monday, featuring the actor in supervillain The Hood's costume. In the first photo, Ramos points a gun toward someone who is not visible in the frame and in the second one, he can be seen simply walking on the sets.

"BREAKING: First look at Anthony Ramos as The Hood in #Ironheart!" the user captioned the photo.

Many online users reacted to The Hood's look in the series.

"Why does it look like a comic con costume," one of the users questioned, while another one explained that the look was inspired by Marvel comics.

A user criticized the first look and wrote, "I love The Hood... I have expectations. I don't know what that outfit is... a tunic? Weird pants and sash thing? He better be wearing a proper suit under that at some point."

"Ironheart" is slated to release on Disney+. The six-episode series began filming in Chicago earlier this year and was expected to finish in October.

The plot and the other character details have been kept under wraps. However, the first look of another star of the series, Dominique Thorne, also emerged on Twitter the same day.

Thorne will portray superhero Riri Williams a.k.a. Ironheart in the upcoming series. "First look at set photos of Dominique Thorne as Riri Williams in IronHeart!" the Twitter user captioned the photos.

Ironheart's character was first created in 2016. The character will also appear in the highly anticipated Marvel movie "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever," which is slated to release on Nov. 11.

Aside from "Ironheart," Marvel Studios is slated to release a bunch of series in the coming months. "I Am Groot" will release Wednesday on Disney+, while "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law" will drop on Aug.18.

"Untitled Marvel Halloween special" will release in October. Another holiday special, "The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special," has been scheduled for a December release. "Agatha: Coven of Chaos" and "Marvel Zombies" will release next year.

In The Heights
A still from the movie musical "In The Heights" shows Anthony Ramos as Usnavi and Melissa Barrera as Vanessa (center). Warner Bros./Macall Polay