Check Out The Official Logo For THE INFINITY SAGA, Marvel's Phase 4 Slate, And Every Upcoming Film & TV Show

Check Out The Official Logo For THE INFINITY SAGA, Marvel's Phase 4 Slate, And Every Upcoming Film & TV Show

Check Out The Official Logo For THE INFINITY SAGA, Marvel's Phase 4 Slate, And Every Upcoming Film & TV Show

During Marvel Studios' SDCC panel, the title treatments for the first wave of Phase 4 released were revealed and you can now check those out if you missed them along with the official "Infinity Saga" logo.

Have you recovered from last night yet? Marvel Studios certainly left their mark on Comic-Con and with the first wave of Phase 4 movies now officially revealed, we finally know what we have to look forward to over the next two years or so. Before we get to that, though, the logo for "The Infinity Saga" has been unveiled and, well, it's fair to say that it's quite something!

At the end of the panel, a timeline was also shown off and you can see that in the gallery below along with all of the Phase 4 title treatments (in case you missed them last night). 

We also take a look at what each of these title treatments may reveal (did you notice some of the characters hidden in the What If? title?) and there's a surprising amount to digest here. Marvel Studios always leaves us with plenty to discuss, though, and so it's no great surprise that even titles can get fans talking about where things will go next for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

So, to check out this entire gallery, all you guys have to do is hit the "View List" button down below.

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During the panel, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige confirmed that every movie released up until now is part of "The Infinity Saga." Here, we see the brand new logo for those first three phases. 
 
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This is a fairly simple logo but one which may match the tone. Kevin Feige said it will be 100% Jack Kirby-inspired so it's a little surprising that there's not more evidence of that in this title.
 
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Sadly, we'll never get to see Iron Man battle the real Mandarin but he will be the lead villain of this movie. In case the title didn't make it clear, that logo emphasises those ten (magic?) rings too.
 
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The Doctor Strange logo has received something of an overhaul but it's interesting to see how the subtitle is even bigger. Scarlet Witch will appear in the sequel so the red may be a homage to her.
 
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Just like Thor: Ragnarok had a very unique logo, so too does Thor: Love and Thunder. That's a title which could have a number of meanings, particularly now we know Valkyrie is indeed gay. 
 
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Honestly, what else did you expect? This is to the point and exactly what you would expect from a gritty movie featuring the fan-favourite Avenger. It's good to see her logo front and centre too.
 
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The biggest surprise at Comic-Con was, of course, the fact that Blade is returning to the big screen. This logo perfectly emcompasses the fact that the Vampire Hunter operates both night and day. 
 
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This may be titled The Falcon and The Winter Soldier but the presence of Captain America's shield should tell you all you need to know; Sam Wilson is going to take on that persona on Disney+!
 
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This is still a pretty weird title but it's easy to see the 50s inspiration here. It's been said on a number of occasions that the show will have a retro aesthetic as we head into the MCU's suburbs.
 
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This title treatment is very different and it's hard to say what, if anything, it tells us about the series. What we do know, though, is that it will revolve around the God of Mischief from 2012. 
 
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This is simple but awesome and if you look closely, you may notice that we get what could be our first look at the show's animation style. Is that the Red Skull wearing Captain America's suit?
 
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The logo for Hawkeye is obviously inspired by Matt Fraction's run and that makes sense, especially as the comic book series revolved around Clint Barton training and working with Kate Bishop. 
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And here it is, Marvel's Phase 4 slate. However, this probably isn't the entire slate because these movies and TV shows are only spread out over two years and that would be a very short Phase!
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