The Avengers star in EW's biggest spread ever, as Avengers: Infinity War lands 15 different covers. Marvel Studios is quickly approaching the launch of their biggest movie to date. While they've done their fair share of team-ups in the past, none will come close to featuring the size and sheer star power that Infinity War can boast. After ten years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe that has seen the studio introduce heroes across the universe, they will all come together to stop the ultimate threat: the Mad Titan himself, Thanos.
Fans around the world are eager to see what this will bring, and so far Marvel's only offered up a glimpse. The first trailer broke records, and they teased fans further with a quick Super Bowl spot, but its largely been quiet since. That is until they announced Infinity War is actually coming out a week earlier than expected. With a shortened window to promote, it looks as though the giant publicity push is beginning.
EW is going all out to spread the word on Avengers: Infinity War, and just debuted a record 15 unique covers. The usual suspects are all featured, with many getting solo covers - including Josh Brolin's menacing villain. However, there is also fun to be had with the intriguing pairings these covers include. Were pairings like Nebula and Scarlet Witch chosen because they link up in the film? That remains to be seen, but the 15 covers will surely be hot commodities when they hit store shelves. See all of the different covers below:
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Not only are the covers stylish on their own, but as evident in the collage of them, they all form together to make one giant picture. They may not connect in an epic fashion that sees all these heroes standing side by side, but its another aspect of them that will surely drive fans to collect them all. It doesn't come as a surprise that heroes like Iron Man, Captain America, Black Panther, Doctor Strange, Hulk, or Black Widow get solo covers, but these are the latest pieces of marketing that still exclude Jeremy Renner's Hawkeye.
As for the actual pairings, they likely don't signify anything in terms of the plot. Based on what we've seen so far, a pairing like Falcon and Gamora doesn't make sense. Falcon is in the massive Wakanda battle, while Gamora is still with the Guardians and Thor out in space. Maybe there is more here than meets the eye, as one cover also puts Thor with Rocket and Groot, and we've seen they'll be spending time together. Regardless, these covers are a sign that more is yet to come, so stay tuned to Screen Rant for more Avengers: Infinity War coverage.
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