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Marvel’s Official Concept Art Of Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool 3 Suit Is Spectacular

Admittedly, Andy Park doesn’t look to have pushed the envelope regarding Wade’s latest iteration of his iconic wardrobe. That said, Ryan Reynolds’ new costume and weapons in “Deadpool & Wolverine” do appear to be a little more in line with the color palette that has dominated the Marvel Cinematic Universe for some time now. It’s bright and brilliant (you know, like a comic book) as opposed to the slightly desaturated red Wade wears in his first two films.

What’s more exciting, though, is the fun that the artist hopefully had with other characters from the soon-to-be-defunct Fox X-Men Universe that’s been home to the likes of Logan and Aaron Stanford’s Pyro, who was confirmed to be returning in the Super Bowl trailer, as well as the other members of the mutant superteam rumored to feature in the film.

As great as it is to see characters come to life in the MCU, sometimes the bigger treat is seeing the alternate costumes and designs that might’ve been. Up until now, the look of characters linked to the comic book world of Marvel’s mutant heroes and villains has been inconsistent at best, with pointless changes to their appearances among the primary complaints about Fox’s X-Men movies. With that in mind, it’ll be nice to see other options Park and other Marvel Studios artists pitched when “Marvel Studios’ Deadpool & Wolverine: The Art of the Movie” is published. As for which designs survive the creative process and debut on the big screen, well, we’ll have to wait and see what makes the cut when “Deadpool & Wolverine” arrives in theaters on July 26.

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