Avengers: Infinity War Character Poster Asks Us To Believe In Heroes


With Star Wars: The Last Jedi already doing gangbusters across the world ($1 billion and counting), is there a bigger movie on the current Hollywood calendar than Joe and Anthony Russo’s Avengers: Infinity War?

Said to be Marvel’s “deadliest showdown yet,” the pic heralds an epic battle between Earth’s Mightiest Heroes and Thanos, the unruly Mad Titan who’s been hiding in the shadows ever since that post-credits scene of The Avengers. Six years later, and Josh Brolin’s über-villain is finally – finally! – ready to get up off that levitating space throne and take matters into his own giant, oversized hands.

There’s an apocalyptic invasion on the cards, then, and the Russo Brothers will be calling upon every single hero in the Marvel pantheon – yes, even Hawkeye – to fend off Thanos and his Black Order. But if there’s one character in particular who fans can’t wait to see in action, it’s Captain America, who’ll be sporting a new look and possibly even a new identity. Speaking of which, this beautiful poster seen in the gallery down below hints at just that, giving us a glimpse at “The Nomad” while asking us to “Believe In Heroes.”

Believe it or not, this is actually a fan-made effort. We know, it looks like the real deal and is a piece of marketing that Marvel could easily use in their promotional campaign. But no, this was done by a very talented individual and is yet another gorgeous, unofficial poster for Infinity War which once again, puts the studio’s marketing to shame. To date, we’ve only seen a single one-sheet from the House of Ideas and it wasn’t terribly exciting, so these fan-made efforts are much appreciated and should help tide everyone over until Marvel starts putting out the good stuff.

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, 2018. Select international countries, including the United Kingdom, will welcome Marvel’s sequel a little early, too, which only highlights the continuing importance of the overseas box office.