In 2023, Marvel Comics is continuing to roll out its popular line of "Infinity Saga" Variant covers. Highlighting each and every Marvel Cinematic Universe movie, they see some of the industry’s greatest artists honour Marvel Studios' incredible impact with stunning poster-style comic art.
The next batch of covers will allow fans to revisit the incredible highs of the films that closed out the groundbreaking Infinity Saga. The first three Infinity Saga Phase 3 Variant Covers will hit stands in February, but today, you can check out the rest which will be featured on titles starting in March.
Peach Momoko puts a spin on Carol Danvers' triumphant moment from Captain Marvel. Aaron Kuder captures the high-octane fun of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Mahmud Asrar recreates the explosive brawl between Thor and Hulk from Thor: Ragnarok.
Steve Skroce draws a stunning portrait of Stephen Strange's rise as the sorcerer supreme from Doctor Strange. Ken Lashley introduces readers to the world and characters of Wakanda as seen in Black Panther. And Steve McNiven depicts the dramatic confrontation between Captain America and Iron Man from Captain America: Civil War.
The latter really stands out because McNiven was the artist who pencilled the Civil War comic book by writer Mark Miller that inspired the movie. That shot of Captain America and Iron Man clashing was actually pulled from the final issue's cover, so to see McNiven now recreate that with the MCU's versions of those characters is pretty special.
Recently, we asked you to cast your vote and decide which Infinity Saga movie was the best one. Thousands of you shared your opinions and ultimately chose Avengers: Infinity War. As you can see here, though, Captain America: Civil War wasn't all that far behind.
Check out these MCU variants below (there's no sign of Sony's Spider-Man: Far From Home, unfortunately).