Jack Nugent of film deconstruction channel Now You See It explores the way that sound design in cinema (most of which happens long after the cameras stop rolling) is less about creating realistic or believable sounds and more about manipulating and amplifying the emotion of scenes.
The work of japanese illustrator and Marvel fanboy Takumi – sundry Avengers rendered in traditional Ukiyo-e style, complete with their own kanji name and costume design. To wit:
Thor is pronounced tooru in Japanese, so he assigned the Japanese equivalent, which is 徹(とる). Thanos’ 6 infinity stones served as the inspiration behind that name, which references the 6 realms of Buddhism.The patterns on each of the characters clothing are traditional Japanese designs and each references certain traits of the characters. Captain America’s pants use the shippo (七宝) pattern of layered circles, which references the shape of his shield. Thor’s pattern is pretty straightforward: the traditional cloud (雲) pattern. Iron Man uses the complex bishamon kikko (毘沙門亀甲) pattern, which mimics the look of a circuit board.
A 1/6th scale posable collectable of Jeremy Renner’s upgraded Hawkeye character from Avengers: Endgame, complete with masked head, removable hooded vest and arm guards, 12 pairs of hands, bow, katana, dagger, 10 arrows, 12 arrowheads, and four shuriken.