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Marvel Studios is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, and the gifts just keep on coming. "Iron Man" launched the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2008, and 2018 has two MCU movies on the books -- "Avengers: Infinity War," which just passed $2 billion at the box office, and "Ant-Man and the Wasp" opening next month.
Marvel took a minute to honor its MCU heroes with 33 posters -- one group shot, and 32 individual posters.
Each poster has a "More than a _____" line, except for Groot's, which simply repeats "I am Groot." In Groot, that probably means something like "More than a tree."
Rocket Raccoon's poster says he's "More than a Trash Panda," although "Rabbit" would've been funny too.
Loki started as a villain, but we're willing to embrace him as a hero now, so it's good that he got a poster, too.
They really did give posters to almost everyone, including Korg of "Thor: Ragnarok." Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige said they have plans for Korg, so maybe that's why he got added into the mix alongside more prominent favorites.
It's good to see they remembered to include Hawkeye and Ant-Man this time, although Hawkeye has his old hair instead of the new look:
Bucky Barnes got himself another good butt-shot poster -- that's his thing, now -- and it was an interesting choice to give him that eye makeup.
Here's the full group shot, which is pretty darn swanky on its own:
Head to Disney's site to see all 33 posters.
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