Avengers: Infinity War Art Shows Off Iron Man And Spidey’s New Armor


From Captain America possibly biting the bullet to Hawkeye’s transition into Ronin, the story rumors for Infinity War and Avengers 4 have been coming in thick and fast.

That’s hardly surprising, though, given that directors Joe and Anthony Russo chose to shoot both ensemble movies back-to-back, resulting in a number of leaked set pics and videos courtesy of the cast. And though we still don’t know very much about either of the aforementioned films, it’s fair to say that both MCU tentpoles are among the most-anticipated movies on the Hollywood calendar.

Of course, among the many reasons that we have to look forward to what the Russos are cooking up is the fact that a number of the Avengers will be receiving some nifty upgrades. And they’ll need them, too, given that Thanos is set to be their most dangerous opponent yet. From Spidey’s Iron Spider suit to Thor’s new battle axe, Jarnbjorn, it’s fair to say that Earth’s Mightiest Heroes will be bringing their all with them and now, thanks to Reddit, we have a new (and seemingly unofficial) piece of promo art for Avengers: Infinity War showing off how the titular team will look in their new gear.

Feast thy eyes:

Though not terribly revealing, it’s still nice to get another glimpse of what awaits us come May, and if nothing else, fans will surely appreciate taking a closer look at Peter Parker and Tony Stark, who both appear to be sporting some cool new threads. For Spider-Man, it’s the aforementioned Iron Spider suit, which we know will come with the arms, and for Iron Man, it seems as if he’s donning the Armor 51.

For those unfamiliar, the suit is considered to be one of Stark’s crowning achievements in the comics. Floored by Riri Williams’ homemade effort, Tony Stark sets about creating a shape-shifting armor that bends and molds to his every need – hence the wing-like thrusters affixed to the suit’s rear. Assuming Infinity War stays true to the comics, and this promo art is a solid indication of what’s on the way, then Robert Downey Jr.’s Avenger will also be able to change colors on a whim.

It’s been a long time coming, but now, after 10 years and 17 films’ worth of build-up – Black Panther notwithstanding – Avengers: Infinity War is finally prepped and ready to deliver a huge climax on May 4th. The fight against the Mad Titan won’t end there, though, as Earth’s Mightiest Heroes will assemble one final time the following year, on May 3rd, to take down Thanos once and for all.