Avengers 4 concept art: Breaking down the new lineup of heroes

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On top of all the survivors being featured, the promo art also reveals some other familiar faces being thrown into the mix. Hawkeye was absent from Infinity War because he was protecting his family, but it looks like he is suiting up once again. Clint Barton is wearing a much darker suit with yellow stripes printed on his legs – almost confirming that he will take up the Ronin identity.

In the comics, Hawkeye becomes the masked vigilante Ronin after his family tragically passed away. There’s at least a 50 percent chance that Clint’s family could have been killed by Thanos’ snap, which would descend him into darkness. If this is true, Marvel probably didn’t want to spoil this element of the movie right off the bat – so we probably won’t see Ronin’s full suit until the film’s release next May.

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After also being absent from Infinity War, Ant-Man is finally joining forces with the Avengers. His costume looks the same as the new suit featured in the Ant-Man and the Wasp trailers, which is being released this summer. This sequel will feature the Wasp’s debut into the MCU, but she is noticeably absent from this promo art. Will we see her crumble into dust after Thanos’ snap in a post-credit scene? Or perhaps Marvel is keeping her involvement a secret in order to avoid spoiling Ant-Man and the Wasp.

Captain Marvel

Last but certainly not least is our best look at Captain Marvel. Brie Larson will star as Carol Danvers in Captain Marvel this upcoming March and the film will tell the origin story of the most powerful Marvel hero. She was teased during the post-credit scene of Avengers: Infinity War, but her role in Avengers 4 is still a mystery. On the other hand, there’s no doubt that she will be a key character in defeating Thanos and saving the universe.

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This promo art featuring the new lineup of the Avengers is pretty incredible and is bound to make fans even more excited for Avengers 4 on May 3, 2019. Until then, fans can look forward to Ant-Man and the Wasp on July 6, 2018 and Captain Marvel on March 8, 2019.