32 New AVENGERS: ENDGAME Posters Offer Surprising New Details - Spoilers

Avengers: Endgame character posters

A large series of new Avengers: Endgame posters appeared Tuesday morning on social media under the hashtag #AvengersEndgame with the phrase "Avenge the Fallen." The new solo character posters seemingly spotlight the survivors of 'The Snap' in color imagery, with the characters who were 'Snapped' (or otherwise perished in Infinity War) memorialized in black & white imagery.

It also reveals the seeming (temporary) fate of a couple of characters. Valkyrie, who didn't appear in Infinity War, is rendered in color, suggesting she survived, and that she's slated to play a role in Endgame. Shuri, who wasn't actually seen turning to dust, is in black & white, seemingly confirming she was "Snapped" off-screen and didn't just go into hiding. It may also shoot down any rumors of her potentially showing up as the Black Panther. 

Pepper Potts, Happy Hogan and Wong being alive was seemingly previously confirmed in the poster that debuted with the new trailer as the actors playing the characters were credited.

Notable MCU characters that didn't get a poster (so far) include Maria Hill, M’Baku, Heimdall, Janet Van Dyne, Hank Pym, Korg and Miek, all of whom either appeared in Endgame, the Ant-Man and the Wasp mid-credits teaser, or the last scene of Thor: Ragnarok that immediately precedes Endgame

This is the second time Marvel Studios has juxtaposed color and black & white imagery. The second Endgame trailer began with black & white flashback scenes, with red overlays on certain portions of them.

Perhaps another obscure detail that may mean nothing (if it means something, it's lost on us) is only three of the posters show the characters looking/oriented to the right - Okoye, Captain Marvel and Ant-Man. Banner's head is more center oriented, although his body is facing the right but his eyes are focused left. All the other 28 posters, inclduding all the dead characters, are oriented to the left.  

Avengers: Endgame opens in theaters April 26.

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