The Internet Is Alive With Avengers: Endgame Poster Memes
Yesterday, Marvel broke our hearts with more of its black and white tributes to the fallen heroes of Avengers: Infinity War, alongside color posters for those who made it out of The Snapture unscathed (except for the emotional scars, that is). That brought with it both sighs of relief and upsetting revelations, but the internet has stepped in to make sure we keep things in perspective.
Some characters, like Valkyrie, had already been confirmed to have survived Thanos’s assault on our feelings, but it was still nice to see them for the first time since then. Happy Hogan and Pepper Potts were also a welcome sight in color, but the black and white side claiming Shuri, even if we were already pretty sure that was the case, was a bit much for us to handle when we still have about a month to wait for the specified avenging to happen.
Here’s a look at the whole bunch for you, if you can handle it:
— Marvel Stuff (@marveIstuff) March 26, 2019
But Marvel characters are far from the first to bring us to tears with their fictional deaths, and fans quickly whipped up their own personal requests for who should be brought back if the Avengers are in the business of undoing deaths—some more sincere than others.
— (@malfoylumos) March 27, 2019
I’m just saying … if J.K. Rowling were really as sorry as she says she is, year after year, the quantum realm is just sitting there waiting.
— Austin Blakeslee (@austinblakeslee) March 27, 2019
— the thicc husband (@lukeisamazing) March 27, 2019
— Anna (@bluntswift13) March 27, 2019
— McJarwin Cayacap (@mcjarwin) March 26, 2019
— Benjamin Bailey (@BenHBailey) March 26, 2019
— Lights, Camera, Pod (@LightsCameraPod) March 26, 2019
Paul Rudd should go back and save him! pic.twitter.com/zq4tG2iS6J
— Arby’s™ Roast Beef Sale (@lolitmeirl) March 27, 2019
Let’s not forget about saving the real world, while we’re at it.
— Jack Bacon (@Jrbacon50) March 27, 2019
And then, of course …
— sᴛᴇᴘʜ ➐ (@fuckn_marvel) March 26, 2019
Yup, still too soon.
(via Uproxx, Twitter, image: Marvel Entertainment)
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