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A rare picture of the Avenger: Endgame final battle moment

A rare picture of the Avenger: Endgame final battle moment 

According to Screenrant, Each character from Avengers gets an epic new painting by artist Scott Campbell: Endgame, including Howard The Duck. The waterbird first appeared in a post-credit scene of the Galaxy Guardians and then cameoed in the Galaxy Vol Guardians. 2 Before showing up in Avengers: Endgame. In the climactic showdown of that film, the talking duck can be seen "assembling" with the Avengers against Thanos.Howard the Duck's appearance in Avengers: Endgame is only one of the many Easter eggs from the film. 
                                                                                                                 The final instalment in the Infinity Saga somehow found a way to tie up 21 storytelling worth movies in a manner that felt satisfying; the coherent vision of the film rewarded fan anticipation. That said, Avengers doesn't come as a surprise: Endgame is one of the highest-grossing all-time films. The battle of the film, featuring more than 36 characters from different corners of the MCU, will go down in history books as one of the most unforgettable in cinema.
A lighthearted watercolour painting by artist Scott Campbell re-imagines the moment right before Avengers: Endgame's superhero.

Io9 unveiled a painting portraying the Avengers ' final confrontation with Thanos and his army by Los Angeles-based artist Scott Campbell (who goes by Scott C.) Campbell has spent the better part of the last decade making aquarel(water) paintings of the biggest showdowns in history, pop culture and the like. The artist appropriately calls his series "Big Showdowns." and His Avengers: Endgame piece is his biggest work to date; the 30x20 inch painting has the features of 100 elements and took 45 hrs to complete. 

                                                                                                                                    All the watercolour paintings of Campbell show his characters in high spirits. "I just love the beauty of the good guys and the bad guys standing there looking up and smiling at each other," Campbell told Io9. The childlike nature of his work has probably never been more appropriate; not only are many children of Marvel fans but for decades many adults have followed these characters. The look on Thanos ' face isn't necessarily accurate, but the lightheartedness of the piece reflects the feeling that most fans had when they heard "on your left." In such an overwhelming moment, in which nearly every MCU superhero shows up to Captain America's back, it can be hard to spot every iconic character.

                                                                                                                 There is no lack of fan art when it comes to something as famous as the MCU. The conscientious painting of Campbell distinguishes himself from the rest by being a fun reminder of Marvel's determination and, of course, that Howard the Duck is an Avenger (which can only be seen for a moment). The Avengers: Endgame drawing, along with 250 other original pieces, will be on display at Campbell's art exhibit "Legend of the Great Showdowns," which opens at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles, CA on 6 March.

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