You may have seen the Civil War concept art with all of the heroes - officially released, it was a sight to see. And the only one, we might add, since we haven't seen anything of the movie until now. Those who were lucky enough to be at the Comic Con even saw the heroes in action - not enough, we might say, because the FX were not finished by far.
The rumor is that the first trailer for Captain America: Civil War will be released in the following weeks. It is just a rumor, though, based on the fact that Marvel has released October trailer for their May movies. But what if it won't be so?
In any way, some leaked images have popped on the internet today - leaked concept art for (almost) all the
Avengers team members.
The coolest of the lot
You might expect to see Vision in here - after all, he was one of the best appearances in Avengers: Age of Ultron. But he isn't in these leaked concept art for the Civil War. So who is the coolest looking?
Well, it is none other than War Machine. It is good to see the Iron Man suit in some other colors than the flashy ones used by Tony Stark. Check it out!
On the next page, the rest of team Iron Man!
Team Iron Man
As said, Vision is nowhere to be seen in the leaked concept art for Civil War. However, the rest of the Iron Man teammates are present. Obviously, Tony Stark has a brand new suit, in its traditional colors, with some rumors saying that this is the Bleeding Edge armor from the comics.
Well, that would be cool – but we doubt it.
Black Panther is also present, in a posture which resembles what we have already seen so far.
What is most interesting, though, is how Black Widow looks. It can be said that her costume isn't too different from the one in Age of Ultron. However, we can say one thing: it is much better.
She is, after all, a stealthy spy. And her costume glowing in blue would have defeated her entire purpose of being unnoticed, even if it looked rather cool. So here is a change, and we may say a major one, made by the Russo Brothers, a change which casts away what is unnecessary for a more grounded approach.
On the next page, team Captain America
Team Captain America
Nobody is missing from this side of the Civil War - nobody worth mentioning, we may add (and yes, Agent 13 is that minor character we couldn't care less at the moment.
Obviously, all the costumes are upgraded, with the most significant change being the one of Ant-Man, his helmet being notably different. And this does make him look sleeker than before.
Captain America himself doesn't look as if he was in the best shape - with Falcon (in the background) looking much buffer.
The least impressive of them all seems to be the Winter Soldier. And maybe, just maybe, because he has his face uncovered. We didn't expect for something else, but this concept art doesn't do him any justice - one might even expect to see him crying very soon (and it does resemble those fan-made sketches with him in romantic postures with Steve Rogers).
And Hawkeye, obviously, strikes a pose - and seems to have borrowed his waist from a rather starved catwalk queen.
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Civil War - a low hum
So far, the marketing campaign for Civil War has been rather slouchy, if not inexistent at all. Sure enough, we've had interviews over interviews, with the cast and Kevin Feige alike, but nothing palpable at all.
What is interesting is that we don't know how the Civil War could actually happen - in other words, how can some friends, who have scuffled before (in a friendly manner), can go to war one against another.
And what is most interesting is that we know literally nothing about the villains of the Civil War. Sure, we know that Zemo is one of them and we expect from Martin Freeman to play a villainous role. But there is nothing certain about their role in the fights to be. And this makes us wonder"¦
Still, be sure to check out this page for new updates on Marvel's main event of 2016.