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Marvel Considered Several Terrifying Looks For Red Skull in Infinity War

There were a lot of characters in Avengers: Infinity War, who made the whole audience go mad at the time of their entrance. But, one particular character got a huge roar followed by pin-drop silence, and it was Red Skull. Everyone was thrilled to see one of the most popular villains of MCU. The reason why Red Skull was sent to Volmir is the fact that he dared to touch the Tesseract by his bare hands in Captain America: The First Avenger. But, now recently it has been revealed that Marvel actually went for a lot of other looks for Red Skull before going for the Dementor one.

Avengers: Infinity War Concept Art Red Skull Gollum

Now, if we talk about the Concept Art released by a Reddit user, then, some of the designs are really creepy as hell. I personally have to say that Marvel did a fantastic job in not bringing any of the concept arts that they had in mind. Because Red Skull needn’t turn into a monster to make people fear him. Well, the version we got on the screen truly looked incredibly awesome and terrifying. The concept arts are down below in one collage, check them here:

Before Endgame’s release, there were a lot of theories suggesting that Bucky and Steve will go to Volmir and, we will see an encounter between Red Skull and Captain America. But, we don’t know what it would’ve been like in Endgame. Well, the writers of the film talked about this fans’ wish and said,

Avengers: Endgame Captain America Chris Evans

“It’s someone else’s problem. We theorized, but we don’t have a definitive one. I do know that there are no givebacks. It’s not a pawnshop. You don’t get the soul back when you get the stone back. You’re welcome to give the stone back, but it’s an everlasting exchange.”

So, do you like any one of these concept arts? Tell us in the comments section down below.

Rishabh Naudiyal

"Writing is one of my strengths and all I can say is that I observe things and try my best in order to convert them into words without the pressure of satisfying people's demands."
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