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Iron Man, Captain America & Thor Combined To Make The Strongest Avenger

There are many aspects to what makes comic book movies so great, especially when it comes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With 80 plus years of comic book lore to choose from, these films pull from some of the most iconic characters in modern American Literature. Attention to detail, deep stories, resonating characters who are equal parts larger than life superhero and relatable flawed beings, stunning visual effects and blockbuster action all bring these cinematic adventures to life. But the life blood and the heartbeat of these movies is, of course, the fans. And, thanks to social media, fans can connect, debate, and even interact with their favorite movies and even create What If type moments – such as the latest Marvel fan art does with Iron Man, Captain America and Thor – combined!


MCU fan and digital artist, Camille Vialet, has created an awesome piece of fan art that combines a trinity of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes as one. Bringing together the strength and morality of the Super Soldier, the genius intellect and advanced technology of the Futurist and the immense power and vitality of the God of Thunder gives us the ultimate Avenger all in one. This trilogy of heroes as one amalgamation would give the MCU a true answer to who is the ‘strongest Avenger’. And that is because strength comes not only from muscles, but from the mind and, most importantly, the heart.

The art itself is exquisite, giving us a Captain America uniform combined with Stark’s nanotech armor that mimics Thor’s Asgardian armor. Combine that with Stormbreaker and Cap’s shield and you have a complete Avenger. Titled ‘The Trinity Warrior’, this Avenger looks ready to combat even the biggest of threats, ready to fight for what’s right, no matter what. One thing is for sure, fans would have gone crazy to see this on the big screen.

What do you think of the Trinity Warrior? Let us know in the comments below!

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