A Six-Year Poster Evolution: Scarlet Witch

When Scarlet Witch debuted in Avengers: Age of Ultron I was so thrilled. At the time there weren’t many female superheroes (there was only Black Widow, Gamora, and Nebula) and so to have another heroine join The Avengers and for her to be so cool I was utterly ecstatic. And that’s why I’m so excited to take a closer look at her posters. Enjoy!

Avengers: Age of Ultron

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I love this poster. Her hands, glowing with power, highlight her evidently powerful abilities, her outfit looks fantastic and gives her a total Scarlet Witch vibe, and she looks ready for whatever lies ahead.

Captain America: Civil War

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This poster is very simple. Her expression is serious, showing that the film is indeed on a more serious note, and the eyeliner around her eyes has been taken away, giving her a cleaner, more stable look.

Avengers: Infinity War

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Scarlet Witch returns on this poster with a new outfit, her hair is now a lighter color, and, once again, she stands with her hands surrounded by power, highlighting that she is prepared for war. She looks great on this poster and honestly, I can’t wait to see her in Avengers: Endgame (if she returns.) 🙂

Avengers: Endgame

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This is hands down the best poster for Scarlet Witch. Her expression seems full of grief and yet there’s a silent strength about her. She had to make the most difficult choice among the heroes in Infinity War–killing the man (or robot) she loved–to save the world. Even though her sacrifice ultimately failed there’s still something incredibly powerful about what she did and it can be seen in this beautiful poster.

Tomorrow the character featured for this series will be Captain America. Oh my goodness, it’s going to be so much fun looking at his evolution through every single Avengers film.

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a beautiful day.

 

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