Marvel releases new golden MCU posters celebrating 10 years of being the best


Marvel’s continuing to celebrate 10 years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with new posters for its major characters and a dedicated website for it all.

If you can’t get enough of all the Marvel characters that have become part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, neither can Marvel. And now that the MCU is celebrating 10 years of movie magic, they’re showing off lots of cool extras.

As part of their latest showing off, Marvel released several new character posters to commemorate the past 10 years. The posters feature a warm golden glow, something like a gold medal that screams “We’re #1.” And you can’t blame them for feeling that way.

Just this year alone, they broke records with Black Panther, came back a few weeks later with Avengers: Infinity War, and broke records again. We haven’t even gotten to Ant-Man and the Wasp yet. (Okay, that movie might not break records. But it’ll still give Marvel Studios a record-breaking year.)

Aside from Marvel basically giving themselves kudos for being awesome, you have to admit the posters look amazing. Each poster has a caption that says “More than a…” followed by a character trait of theirs. For example, Iron Man’s (down below) reads “More than a suit,” which is certainly true given how much Tony Stark has gone through this whole time.

Marvel tweeted out a few of the other posters, and all of the photos are available to view on the Marvel Studios 10 website. There, you’ll find character posters for everyone who’s gotten a solo film and some of their buddies, too. So for every Doctor Strange and Thor, there’s also a Wong and Korg. Yes, really, Korg got his own poster.

The website also features a timeline of every MCU production. Although, they should really have made a timeline of the events that happen in the actual movies. Because anybody can look up when a Marvel movie came out on Wikipedia. But can everyone accurately say they know the order of the events in the movies? That’s a bit more tricky.

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If Marvel really knows what’s good for them, these posters should definitely be for sale. The group photo, in particular, is great because the whole gang’s there. Either way, we think all of these would make a perfect MoMA exhibit.