The Full AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR Concept Art Posters

"Avengers: Infinity War" concept art poster
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Updated July 24, 2017: Following their individual release on the floor of Comic-Con, the Avengers: Infinity War posters have been released officially online as a triptych. The studio has not disclosed who created the piece, however.

Take a look:

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Updated July 23, 2017: It turns out there were three Avengers: Infinity War posters handed out at Comic-Con. Here's a look at the other two.

Most notable about the new additions - a bearded Captain America in a black Super Soldier-ish uniform, a blonde Black Widow, and a skinnier Groot that still looks like the not-fully matured version a la the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 credit scene. 





Original story: Although it's not the highly-anticipated trailer for Avengers: Infinity War (yet...), a poster shared by Marvel Entertainment at Comic-Con International is giving fans a small sneak peek at the movie.

Given away to fans at the Marvel booth Thursday, the "concept art" poster from the film was posted on Marvel's Twitter account (see below).

Featuring Tony Stark in the foreground, the poster includes a slew of Marvel characters, including Doctor Strange, Spider-Man, Winter Soldier, Hawkeye, War Machine, Hulk, Black Panther, and characters from Guardians of the Galaxy.

It looks like Tony's sporting some sleek new Iron Man armor, and surprisingly, three of the most prominent characters on the poster after Iron Man are the Guardians' Gamora, Nebula and Mantis, indicating an expanded role for them in the movie - interesting considering it's still an Avengers film. 

And although it's tough to make out the details of Spider-Man's costume, it looks like he might have an updated costume for Infinity War, which jibes with the footage shown at last week's D23 in which he wears a costume similar to the one he does not accept at the end of Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Fans also reacted with surprise that Captain America, Star Lord and other Avengers and Guardians weren't included, but with concept art, there's a chance that more of the art didn't make it onto the first poster.


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