Eisner Award-winning artist Paolo Rivera's most recently unveiled work is bound to attract some interested parties, but only a very select group were able to own the piece. Rivera, known for his acclaimed work on comics including "Daredevil" and "The Valiant," illustrated a "Captain America: Civil War" poster featuring striking likenesses of the film's major players, though it was only produced as a gift for the cast and crew of the film. Rivera showed off the poster Wednesday on his blog.
The poster was digitally painted, and Rivera states that it took him more than 200 hours to complete. He also got rather personally involved in the reference for Spider-Man (a common practice for the artist), as this image shows:
Rivera also illustrated posters for the two previous Captain America films; 2011's "Captain America: The First Avenger" and 2014's "Captain America: The Winter Soldier."
"Captain America: Civil War" has been a major success, earning both widely positive reviews and grossing $737.8 million (and counting) in worldwide box office during its first two weeks of international release.