A Six-Year Poster Evolution: Gamora

Gamora was only the second major heroine to make an appearance in the MCU, the other being Black Widow. Like Black Widow, she was an assassin with a dark past. Her ties to Thanos would end up playing a large role in the overall story and her knowledge of the Soul Stone would make her one of the most important characters in Avengers: Infinity War. Unfortunately, because she knew the whereabouts of the Soul Stone she would end up perishing by the hands of her adopted father, bringing her story to a grinding halt, but there is always the possibility that she could return to the living via Endgame. Thankfully we only have a little over a week to find out. 🙂

Here are her character posters. Enjoy!

Guardians of the Galaxy

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In this poster, Gamora looks like a deadly rogue who you would not want to mess with. The crooked smile makes her seem like she could either be a villain or a heroic scallywag. She would, of course, end up being a hero.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

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Green like her, this poster is easily my favorite of the character posters for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. On this poster, she wears a serious expression and she’s clearly sporting a new outfit. One that’s more fitting for random adventures through the galaxy. But she makes sure to have her sword in hand to remind everyone that she is the “dangerous woman in the galaxy.”

Avengers: Infinity War

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Gamora returns for the Infinity War poster clearly ready for battle. Because of the purple lighting, her hair seems pink all the way through which is, of course, false but definitely is a cool effect for the poster. I love that her stance in this poster is different than the others and that it highlights her as a warrior who is ready for anything, including facing Thanos.

Avengers: Endgame

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On this poster, Gamora is, of course, one of the deceased heroes. She, however, wasn’t a victim of the snap but rather than an agent of its occurrence through her knowledge of the Soul Stone, making her death all the more saddening. On this poster, she wears a solemn expression as if she knows what has happened and is simply saddened by the turn of events.

I really do hope that she somehow is revived in Avengers: Endgame and if she is, ooh, that showdown with Thanos is going to have even higher emotional stakes. Gosh, I can’t wait.

Later on today I will share the character posters for our favorite ant-sized hero, Ant-Man. Until then, I thank you for reading and I hope you have a fantastic day.

 

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