First Look at Hulk, Infinity Gauntlet Fixed in Avengers: Endgame



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A green monster and a glove of gold.

By Colin Stevens

Two new magazine covers give us a first look at Hulk and a fixed Infinity Gauntlet in Avengers: Endgame.

Both covers are part of the latest special issue of Empire Magazine. The first shows all the original Avengers, but including Hulk. The second cover shows Thanos in full armor and, apparently, a fixed Infinity gauntlet. The two Empire covers are visible below.

Credit: Marvel, Empire Online.

Credit: Marvel, Empire Online.

Seeing Hulk completely hidden is remarkable, as we have only seen the human state of Bruce Banner since Thanos' defeat of Hulk at the beginning of Infinity War. This is the first time we have been watching the green guy ever since, suggesting that he will return to Endgame instead of letting Banner fend for himself in Hulkbuster armor. In the recently published poster for Endgame, we saw the human version of Banner.

At the end of Infinity's war, after slamming fingers and eliminating half of all life in the universe, the Gauntlet of Infinity became charred and melted, even though the six stones of infinity remained intact. Even in its damaged state, the Infinity Gauntlet still seems to work to some extent, while Thanos used the Space Stone to escape after he broke his head. If a repaired Infinity Gauntlet is in Endgame, it could be a new wrought with the help of the dwarf Eitri, as we saw the mold in his workshop.

However, it is important to note that these are promotional images, and it is quite possible that Hulk does not show up and that the Infinity Gauntlet is neither repaired nor recreated in the film. The issue also comes with a bonus magazine called Empire Presents: Avengers – The end of an era, which greets the six major Avengers. A recent interview with Empire revealed that writers had nearly put Thanos' clash into Endgame instead of Infinity War.

To learn more about these aspects of Endgame, find out what happened to the Infinity Gauntlet at the end of Infinity War and how one of the film's directors explains the problems between Banner and Hulk.

You can also check out Endgame's latest trailer, which features new costumes and Captain Marvel.

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Colin Stevens is a news writer for IGN. Follow on Twitter.

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