The Avengers: Endgame Super Bowl spot gave fans a glimpse of Earth's Mightiest Heroes grappling with their devastating loss against Thanos in Infinity War before reassembling in hopes of turning the table and saving the universe. The final seconds of the promo revealed the new line-up, but in silhouette, obscuring the heroes' attire. However, thanks to new merchandising art, we now have a good look at the original six Avengers in costume.
The image confirms some details we already knew, and it also revealed some exciting new designs. Here's everything we know about the Avengers' suits so far.
Promo art leaked in June for the Marvel Studios sequel, revealing the Hulk could finally be wearing a full-body suit, something now confirmed by this official image. The purple highlights on the suit are a nice touch, calling back to the character's purple pants in the comics.
What's more, the Hulk's hair sure make it seem as if Endgame could debut as version of the Professor Hulk persona from the comics, which merged parts of Bruce Banner and Hulk into one brilliant and destructive entity.
In Infinity War, Steve Rogers took his old, tattered Civil War costume into battle in Wakanda. However, when he returns in Endgame, he will have a suit that finally brings the character's iconic chain mail to the big screen. While previous artwork had revealed the new look, this is not only a confirmation, but our first peek at Chris Evans in the live-action version of the costume.
What's more, a closer inspection reveals that, while it was removed in Infinity War as a reflection of the team's status, the Avengers logo is now back on Cap's shoulder.
In Infinity War, Tony Stark debuted his most advanced Iron Man armor yet, the nanotech-powered Mark L. However, the Armored Avenger's confrontation with Thanos on Titan left him with only bits and pieces of the suit intact. That means that, going into Endgame, Tony will have new armor. Presumably, the promo art is our first look at the Mark LI.
The suit looks similar to Infinity War's Mark L, but it does have a few differences. Mainly, while the Mark L was mostly red with only hints of gold, the Mark LI has a stronger gold presence, on top of appearing bulkier than the sleek L design.
After sporting blonde hair and a military green suit in Infinity War, Black Widow will be back in a more traditional look in Endgame. Natasha's new costumes brings back the sleek, black design of the Black Widow. What's more, her hair's back to red -- but there is still a hint of blonde in there.
Also of note is the disc on Natasha's left hand. It appears to feature Black Widow's hourglass symbol, which means it could be the new version of her electrical stings. However, could there be something more to this disc? After all, during the filming of Endgame, various Avengers were spotted on set with curious discs on their costumes, which were theorized to be related to Tony Stark's B.A.R.F. technology.
Hawkeye is the only character whose new costume was revealed in the first Avengers: Endgame trailer. Assuming the identity of Ronin, Clint Barton is now a sword-swinging killer who sports a black costume with hints of gold, primarily on his forearms and boots.
While we saw him use a sword as a weapon of choice in the trailer, this promo image shows that Clint will return to nocking arrows when he fights alongside the Avengers once more.
Of the six Avengers in the promo image, Thor is the only one who doesn't have a new costume. In fact, we can see he is still sporting the armor he wore during the Battle of Wakanda in Infinity War, and holding his ax Stormbreaker.
But that doesn't mean that the god of thunder will not get a new costume in Endgame. Certain toy leaks have shown that the character, alongside the rest of the team, might wear tech-inspired armor that has been theorized to be used for time travel or even for a voyage to the Quantum Realm.
However, directors Joe and Anthony Russo cautioned that the toys might be lying. Or are they the ones misdirecting us once again?
Directed by Joe and Anthony Russo, Avengers: Endgame stars Robert Downey Jr., Josh Brolin, Mark Ruffalo, Tom Hiddleston, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Jeremy Renner, Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Olsen, Chadwick Boseman, Sebastian Stan, Benedict Cumberbatch, Paul Bettany, Samuel L. Jackson, Cobie Smulders, Benedict Wong, Zoe Saldana, Karen Gillan, Vin Diesel, Dave Bautista, Pom Klementieff, Scarlett Johansson, Tom Holland and Anthony Mackie. The film arrives on April 26.