A fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has combined the Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame posters into a stunning new work of art.
The new fan-art combines the Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame posters. Films that culminated the narrative of the great projects of Marvel Studios that led to the end of the infinity saga of a story that began in 2008 with Iron man by Jon Favreau and Robert Downey Jr.
Infinity War and Endgame premiered a year apart, and chronicled the epic battle of Earth's most powerful heroes and their allies against Thanos and his minions.
Directed by Joe and Anthony Russo and written by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, the films turned out to be box office hits, and Endgame became the highest grossing film of all time. For Marvel fans, however, they are the fulfillment of UCM's promise of interconnected storytelling, as it features all of the characters from the shared Marvel universe. While everyone waits to see what stories come after Phase 3 closes with Spider-man: Far From Home, the audience continues to revisit the aforementioned movies, including a digital artist.
Illustrator Nicolas Tetreault-Abel's latest piece combines poster elements from Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame into one stunning poster, and renamed them Infinity Gauntlet: The Avengers Supercut, highlighting the top three heroes of the UCM, including Iron Man, Thor and Captain America, with Thanos with the infinity gauntlet possessing the 6 gems and his Black Order as the great threat. The only but that could be put to this montage is that the artist has also used one of the montages of Empire magazine in which they made an ECCE HOMO to poor Elisabet Olsen, actress who plays Scarlett Witch at UCM.
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Avengers Supercut. . Hey guys it’s been 3 week since i post nothing new. Finally I’m happy to show you this piece. I was commission by Ben Reilly to made an avengers poster for its project of a supercut movie. I'm really happy of the final product. . . #avengers #avengersinfinitywar #avengersendgame #infinitysaga #mcu #marvel #marvelcomics #comicbooks #guardiansofthegalaxy #ironman #captainamerica #thor #hulk #blackwidow #hawkeye #stersider #doctorstrange #thanos #posterdesign #posters # #loki #starlord #blackpanther
The two sequels to Avengers were originally supposed to be titled Infinity War Part 1 and Part 2, but as their premiere approached, the Russo changed their minds. According to them, they differentiated the films from each other, since technically they are two separate films, and not a long one simply cut in half. Of course, considering the Cliffhanger ending of Infinity War, in which Thanos won and half of the galactic population turned to dust, including some heroes, this is still debatable. The Infinity War and Endgame narrative is thought by many to be a five-hour epic movie, something the people at Marvel Studios dispute. Regardless, with both projects now out, fans tend to revisit them together. Admittedly, it's pretty weird to watch Infinity War again without getting satisfactory resolution in Endgame. Likewise, starting Endgame without any context of what happened in its direct prequel doesn't seem to make sense.
It will be a while before Marvel Studios comes out with another Avengers movie and looking at confirmed Phase 4 movies and beyond, there won't be a group movie for quite some time, with a focus on sequels and origin stories. Along with that, they're also expanding the franchise through small-screen projects exclusively for Disney + that would allow them to really explore narrative arcs for certain heroes. Fortunately, for those who miss Earth's mightiest Heroes, they can easily revisit Infinity War and Endgame with the movies now available in Digital and Blu-ray format.
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