CAPTAIN MARVEL Powers Up On Empire's Awesome Subscriber Cover

CAPTAIN MARVEL Powers Up On Empire's Awesome Subscriber Cover

CAPTAIN MARVEL Powers Up On Empire's Awesome Subscriber Cover

This month's issue of Empire will put the focus on Captain Marvel and on this awesome new subscriber cover, it appears as if Carol Danvers is powering up her Binary form! Hit the jump to take a look...

With less than 50 days until Captain Marvel is released, excitement is starting to build for Marvel Studios' first movie of 2018 (especially as it will no doubt set the stage for Avengers: Endgame).

Next week, Empire Magazine will be pulling back the curtain on the highly anticipated release starring Brie Larson and they've now revealed a special subscriber-only cover which appears to show Carol Danvers powering up and taking on her Binary form. It's a great piece of imagery and was designed by Doaly

We'll be sure to bring you all the new images and details from the magazine as soon as we have them and it's said that the newsstand cover (which usually features live-action imagery) is coming next week. 

What do you think about this Captain Marvel cover? Share your thoughts down below. 

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Brie Larson plays Carol Danvers in the movie and she's clearly powering up here and showing us why Marvel Studios has already confirmed that she's the MCU's most powerful superhero. 

The younger Nick Fury has both of his eyes (for now!), and Captain Marvel is going to serve as an origin story of sorts for him as well. How did he lose his eye? My bet is still on Goose being a Skrull of some sort! 


Jude Law's mysterious Star-Commander still doesn't have a name, but the prevailing theory is that he's Yon-Rogg. There has to be a good reason he's been shrouded in so much secrecy.


Erva looks awesome and it will be interesting to see whether or not Marvel sets the stage for her to return to plague Carol Danvers somewhere down the line (in the present day, obviously).

Annette Bening's role is also being kept under wraps but most believe that she's a new take on the Supreme Intelligence. Needless to say, this is quite a departure from that big, green face. 


I'm not sure why Korath has a character poster and Ronan doesn't but it will be interesting seeing how his story is developed here and whether or not we get to witness his descent into villainy.


Maria Rambeau is Carol's best friend and with her daughter, Monica, expected to play a role, there's no reason to suspect that a grown-up version of the character can't also suit up in the sequel.


Ben Mendelsohn is playing the villainous Talos but here he's disguised as Nick Fury's boss and quite possibly the Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. Not a bad place for him to infiltrate, really! 


Agent Coulson also returns in Captain Marvel and Clark Gregg must feel good to be back in the MCU-proper. Whether or not this adventure will have an impact on the small screen is unclear.


Named Chewie in the comics, Goose the cat may very well be an alien and Disney is clearly banking on selling a lot of merchandise featuring this lovable feline throughout the rest of 2019. 


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