Marvel Debuts New Concept Art For Hawkeye, Falcon + Winter Soldier And More

Falcon concept art for Disney+

by James White |
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Unlike their Lucasfilm stablemates, Team Marvel didn't have any of their shows ready for the first day of streaming (in the States and a few other territories at least) on Disney+. Yet they did have some goodies to share, putting up a new mini-documentary called Marvel Studios: Expanding The Universe, which included some new concept art for the various MCU series headed to the service in the next couple of years.

In a amongst a lot of back-patting about how fun it is to work on the various MCU projects, and clips from Kevin Feige's presentations at this year's San Diego Comic-Con and D23 events (in the latter, he announced that other show characters, including Ms. Marvel, Moon Knight and She-Hulk would all eventually make their way to the big screen after debuting on Disney+), it has the new artwork from shows such as The Falcon And The Winter Soldier and Hawkeye. Check out the various images in the gallery below.


Marvel Concept Art For Disney+ Shows

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Anthony Mackie as Sam Wilson, The Falcon

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Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes, The Winter Soldier

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Emily VanCamp as Sharon Carter, Agent 13

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Wyatt Russell as John Walker, US Agent

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Daniel Bruhl as Baron Zemo

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Hawkeye and Kate Bishop

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Hawkeye and Kate Bishop

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Kate Bishop

And that wasn't all. There was also some new (at least to those who didn't attend either event) glimpses of the What If...? animated series that will take different possible scenarios in the Marvel universe – what if Peggy Carter took the super-serum and became Captain Carter? What if T'Challa was Star Lord? – and play them out. The clips were captured by a Twitter user who posted them as Gifs.

For more on all the series, head to our reports on Comic-Con and D23. Disney+, meanwhile, is now scheduled to launch in the UK on 31 March.

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