The fight scenes in "Captain America: Civil War" were among the stand-out elements of the Marvel Studios sequel, and the tarmac battle -- in which Team Iron Man and Team Cap finally squared off -- was everything most fans could want in a superhero showdown. It had intensity, well-choreographed action, real stakes and even doses of levity.
Now, thanks to Marvel's lead concept artist Andy Park, we see a key moment from that face-off in illustrated form: It's when Spider-Man, Iron Man and War Machine team up to take down a super-sized Ant-Man (aka Giant-Man).
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It's not the only concept art from "Civil War" that Park has posted, either. Taking a scroll through his timeline reveals an image of Captain America taking on Ant-Man, Ant-Man poised atop one of Hawkeye's arrows, Spider-Man shooting a web at Ant-Man (there's a definite theme), and individual images of characters like Black Panther and Hawkeye.
The skilled artist, who is also working on "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" and "Thor: Ragnarok," will attend this weekend's Long Beach Comic Con, Sept. 17-18.
The Avengers will next be appearing in "Avengers: Infinity War," scheduled to release May 4, 2018.