Marvel is pretty great at keeping secrets for their unreleased projects. However, sometimes things get leaked by eager fans who are unable to wait for official releases. Such is the case with new concept art that has found its way online. The Avengers 4 concept art offers a potential look at the new team of characters, a new look at Vision (who seems to have survived Infinity War, and Thanos’ new gear.
The images below show the “new” team of Avengers made up of Thor, Captain Marvel, Nebula, Iron Man, Rocket Raccoon, Black Widow, Hulk, Captain America, Hawkeye, War Machine and Ant-Man. What’s particularly interesting is that Hulk is sporting some sort of new suit and is slightly smaller than his previous size. Many believe this hints towards a Professor Hulk storyline in Avengers 4.
Also, Captain Marvel is seen wearing her traditional costume instead of the awful green outfit she wore on the Captain Marvel set. Thanos, armed with the Infinity Gauntlet, also seems to have a new weapon. And Captain America seems to be donning his classic suit again.
Whether these leaked images are actual references for what the characters will look like in the final result, is yet to be seen. However, one thing is certain, the film will deliver a lot of surprises. Chris Hemsworth recently said that Avengers 4 will be more shocking than Avengers: Infinity War:
“If you were shocked by [Infinity War], I think the second one is even more shocking, for other reasons entirely,” Hemsworth told Esquire. “That’s what kind of blew me away the first time I read both scripts, is how they managed to orchestrate so many different characters but give them each their own separate shot and moments, and have it be elevated and feel fresh and unique—not just like a messy, thrown-together assembly of these guys.”
“The second one, I’m probably even more excited about. Just for people to see. I just think it’s another step again. Each step we seem to take with these films, I’ve loved the fact that there’s been growth and evolution, and it continues to surprise people as opposed to sort of flat-lining, which was obviously always a fear—that they’d run out of ideas or run dry of creative excitement. For me, this whole experience has been incredible. In particular the last one.”