AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR - EW Spotlights All 23 Main Characters Across 15 Awesome New Covers

AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR - EW Spotlights All 23 Main Characters Across 15 Awesome New Covers

Had enough of the promo art? Good, because EW has debuted 15 Avengers: Infinity War covers, giving us awesome new look sat the 22 main heroes and 1 big bad of the upcoming Marvel threequel. Check 'em out.

We are still waiting on that final trailer, but EW has just provided us with a huge reason to get hyped in the meantime with 15 brand new Avengers: Infinity War covers!

Each one spotlights different members of Earth's (and the galaxy's, for that matter) Mightiest Heroes, with major characters such as Cap and Iron Man getting a cover of their own, while some of the more supporting players double-up.

There are certainly some interesting pairings here - although they may not be represented in the actual movie.

At any rate, check out the covers below and be sure to let us know which one you like best in the comments.

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

Nebula And Scarlet Witch

You might expect Elizabeth Olsen's Scarlet Witch to be teamed with Vision for this cover, but instead we find her alongside Guardians of The Galaxy villain-turned-ally Nebula (Karen Gillan).

As EW points out, "both are sisters who were shaped by powerful experiences with a beloved (or maybe not-so-beloved) sibling, and both found redemption after aligning with darker forces."


Teen Groot, Rocket Raccoon, and Thor

We knew the trio of Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Rocket (Bradley Cooper) and Groot (Vin Diesel) would be teaming up to seek out The God of Thunder's new Stormbreaker weapon, but it seems they'll actually be travelling together for a good portion of the film.

According to EW,  they'll be "venturing through the galaxy on a mission to stop Thanos."


Doctor Strange

Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) seemed to have a pretty good grasp of his powers when we last saw him in Thor: Ragnarok, but he's going to need to step up his game big time if he hopes to alter his destiny.

The Sorcerer Supreme is in possession of the Time Stone, which means The Mad Titan and his forces will be heading straight for him when the movie begins.



We know that Thor and Hulk part ways before the events of Infinity War, and fans have been wondering how The Green Goliath would find his way back to his old teammates when The God of Thunder is busy with The GOTG.

Well, along with this cool new shot of the big fella, EW has revealed that he returns to earth "by smashing a hole in Doctor Strange's Sanctum Sanctorum."

Something tells me Strange is going to be having a word with him about that once he shrinks down a little.


Star-Lord And Okoye

Well, they say opposites attract!

We can't help but feel stoic Wakandan badass Okoye (Danai Gurira) would find Star-Lord's (Chris Pratt) constant witty banter tiresome, but here they are standing side-by-side ready to take the fight to Thanos.

Will they actually team-up in the movie? Not very likely!


The Vision And Shuri

T'Challa's tech genius little sister (Letitia Wright) and Paul Bettany's "living android" Vision should have but more to talk about, at least.

We know Vision will be one of Thanos' first targets when he arrives to earth, but it remains to be seen what role fan-favorite Black Panther character Shuri will play in the ensuing battle.


Black Panther

Speaking of the Black Panther, Chadwick Boseman's King of Wakanda is the next hero to get the spotlight.

We know from the trailers that T'Challa will team-up with Cap, Widow, Hulk and more in an attempt to defend his beloved homeland from Thanos and his invaders, but will we see him return to the US at any point?



Another shot of the movie's big bad, Thanos.

Josh Brolin's Mad Titan is pictured with the Infinity Gauntlet here, but the all-powerful weapon is only sporting two of the Infinity Stones. What chance do our heroes stand if and when he manged to obtain all 5?



As we know, Tom Holland's Peter Parker will finally accept the Iron Spider armor offered to him by Tony Stark at the end of Spider-Man Homecoming, and according to EW, "he's going to bring it back with some damage."

The trailer already confirmed that Spidey is going to be right in the thick of it when the invasion begins.


Mantis And Winter Soldier

The Black Panther post-credits scene hinted that Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) would be getting a new codename for Infinity War, and sure enough, it's now been confirmed that he'll be known as "The White Wolf."

Bucky was freed from Hydra's influence by Shuri, but perhaps Mantis can help him complete his mental rehabilitation?


War Machine and Drax the Destroyer

Rhodey was left out of action by the end of Civil War, but thanks to some ungraded Stark tech he's able to take up the mantle of War Machine once again and join his old friends in the fight against Thanos.

As for Dave Bautista's Drax? Well, we already know he has a very large bone to pick with The Mad Titan.


Black Widow

Scarlett Johansson's lethal Black Widow will rejoin the fight sporting a new outfit, hairdo, and a pair of electrified batons.

Natasha betrayed Tony and his team by helping Cap escape in Civil War, so there could well be some bad blood there when they meet up again.


Captain America

Steve Rogers may not officially adopt the Nomad mantle for Infinity War, but his behavior has certainly been fitting the description since we last saw him in Civil War.

Here we see Chris Evans' former Sentinel of Liberty looking like he's already been through the wars, but ready to continue the fight with a little help from T'Challa's new vibranium gauntlets.


Falcon And Gamora

Another seemingly odd pairing, but Gamora (Zoe Saldana) and Falcon (Anthony Mackie) do have at least one thing in common.

Both heroes are unwaveringly loyal to the captains of their respective teams, and also do their best to keep 'em in check when they needs it.


Iron Man

And finally, the man who started it all: Robert Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark/Iron Man.

This image gives us our best look yet at Stark's new Bleeding Edge armor, which emerges across his body from a new arc reactor and includes "wings" on the back and arms that serve as rocket boosters into deep space.

Yes, it sounds like Iron Man will indeed be venturing into the cosmos in Infinity War.

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