AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR Concept Art Spotlights Alternate Character Designs And More

AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR Concept Art Spotlights Alternate Character Designs And More

Some more scans from Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War - The Art of the Movie have found their way online, and they give us a glimpse of alternate designs for Captain America, Winter Solider and more...

We recently got a look at an alternate design for the Iron Spider armor, and now a full batch of scans from the Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War - The Art of the Movie hardcover book have been shared online via Angie Lee on Twitter.

The images feature more unused character designs, as well as some early concept art for scenes and set pieces that ultimately played out a little differently in the actual movie.

Check out the pics below and let us know what you think. The Avengers: Infinity War art book is set to hit shelves on the November 6, and you can order your copy over at Amazon now.

To view the scans all at once, simply click on the VIEW LIST (ONE PAGE) button below!

Thanos Acquires The Space Stone

This artwork depicts The Mad Titan adding The Space Stone to the Infinity Gauntlet after forcing Loki to hand it over by threatening to kill Thor.

This scene played out pretty much the same way in the film, except the characters are positioned slightly differently here.

Spider-Man Fights Off The Outriders

In this intriguing image, Spider-Man can be seen fighting off a group of Thanos' ferocious Outriders, seemingly in an effort to protect Doctor Strange.

Is the Sorcerer Supreme wrapped-up in Spidey's webs here? That's certainly what it looks like!


Some early concept art for The Winter Soldier.

It looks like Bucky was originally going to be rocking much moire clean-cut appearance in Avengers: Infinity War, but they ultimately decided to let him keep the beard and flowing locks.

Thanos Threatens Thor

The Mad Titan coercing Loki into handing over The Space Stone.

Again, this is very similar to how the scene went down in the movie, except Thanos has Thor by the throat as opposed to using the gauntlet to crush his head. The scenario depicted here was used for Loki's death scene instead.


Though Steve Rogers was never actually referred to as Nomad in Infinity War, his stint under that mantle in the comics was the inspiration for his character. Here, we see that Cap's outfit was originally going to more closely reflect that.

The Fallen Heroes

The stunning back cover of the book serves as a tribute to the heroes we lost in Avengers: Infinity War, either during the film or as a result of "The Snappening."

Sure, most or all of 'em will be back, but their deaths were still emotional to witness.

Ebony Maw

A shot of Ebody Maw bowing before his master.

Maw was easily the most fleshed-out of Thanos' Black Order, and his snarky attitude made him a fan-favorite. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem likely that he'll be returning for Avengers 4.


Here we have some more variations of Peter Parker's Iron Spider armor, some of which look to be more comic-accurate than the costume he ended up with in the movie.

Iron Man And Captain America

These designs for Tony Stark and Steve Rogers are very close to the characters' final looks - the only major difference being Cap's shorter haircut.
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