Iron Man, Captain America and Thor are the most popular characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but ... What happens when you combine them?
A Fan Art by digital artist Camille Vialet combines the powers of Iron Man, Captain America and Thor to create the strongest Avenger of all time. It would have been a great thing to see him in the cinema, but still the movie Avengers: Endgame It was pretty epic with the three big Marvel characters taking on Thanos before the big battle.
Iron Man, Captain America and Thor are the base of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and together with Hulk, Black Widow and Hawkeye they founded the Avengers. But they have been the ones that have had the most films and the ones that have made the UCM the greatest saga that has gone through theaters. Unfortunately we have to start saying goodbye to them. After Avengers: EndgameTony Stark and Steve Rogers will not return, while Thor will leave Earth and possibly will not return.
So to the question of which is the most powerful of the three, digital artist Camille Vialet seeks to solve the debate with a spectacular Fan Art of Iron Man, Captain America and Thor combined. But ... Why choose one if you can have all three together?
Along with the image of the three heroes combined we can read: "The warrior of the Trinity".
“Backtrack to one of my favorite pieces I've ever made. This is what happens when the trinity combines forces. I hope you enjoy this custom soldier. "
The future of the Cinematic Universe will give importance to other superheroes.
From Avengers: Endgame and the fourth installment of the God of Thunder, the characters Iron Man, Captain America and Thor will be part of the past, so others will take their place when it comes to being the ones who save Earth and the Marvel Universe. The relay will be acquired Spider-Man, Captain Marvel, Vision, Scarlet Witch, Ant-Man, Doctor Strange and Balck Panther. While Hulk It is still in an interesting limbo and we do not know how it will be used in future installments.
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