Though an absolutely filmmaking behemoth at the box office worldwide today, Marvel Studios was an untested, fledgling movie studio that only had control of a portion of Marvel Comics’ iconic characters a decade ago that bet big on an indie director, an uninsurable leading man and a C-list superhero and won big with Iron Man. Ten years, 19 Movies, and $17 billion later, the studio is stronger than ever going into into its second decade, with a roster of new movies that will feature more female heroes — Wasp (Evangelyne Lilly) is getting co-billing in the Ant-Man sequel and Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) is headlining Marvel’s first female solo movie — more diversity (Black Panther 2 is in active development) and plenty more surprises — the entire plot of Avengers 4! — in store for us. To celebrate their unprecedented success in their first decade, Marvel is treating the fans who made it all possible with a batch of gold-toned character posters that feature our favorite heroes and teams, with tag lines that remind us that these superheroes are far more than 2-dimensional comic book characters.
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