[Update]: More images have been added and the article updated accordingly.
Despite the intense secrecy surrounding Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Endgame, stuff still finds a way to get leaked. Now, some new leaked promotional art has surfaced that gives a sketchy look at some members of the leftover Avengers roster. As with the previously leaked artwork however, I’m personally doubtful over the authenticity of these images with Hawkeye’s Ronin mode being the major convincing factor. Have a look:
Aside from Ronin, we do get a look at Black Widow with her ponytail, Captain America back in his regular costume, the helment reminiscent of 2012’s The Avengers and Thanos donning his traditional purple suit from Infinity War. There’s also an image of a Ninja wielding a blade in combat mode which could be Ronin, or one of those bad guys in Hong Kong that Clint Barton actually takes out as Hawkeye, as we saw in the first Avengers: Endgame teaser trailer (although it more likely looks Ronin).
More images became available after I posted this, with the likes of Iron Man, Thor, Captain Marvel, Nebula and Rocket Raccoon all getting their own promo art. Ant-Man gets a concept art as well and so does Hulk, which looks quite similar to his image from the concept art leak earlier this year. Finally, there’s lots of promo arts for Thanos in different poses, portraying him as a Warrior.
As I mentioned before, I’m not entirely sure about the veracity of these images; they come from CosmicBook News. That said, it’s a major rumor for Endgame which is why I’m covering it. There’s also some LEGO set descriptions that have leaked alongside these concept art pieces but those generally tend to include heavy-hitting spoilers and I’m trying my best to keep huge spoilers at bay, which is why I’m not running hat story. Just do a quick online search if you’re curious, although I would strongly advise against it.
Avengers: Endgame comes out for everyone on April 26, 2019. Look out for our coverage of the movie here, which tends to include the best bits while keeping spoilers at an arm’s length.