Kratos Creator Posts Early Concept Art for MCU Thor

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June 29, 2020  02:41 PM



The creator of God of War’s Kratos has decided to share some earl concept art for the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Thor both on Instagram and Twitter earlier this week.

Charlie Wen, the man responsible for the creation of Kratos and the creation of Marvel Studios’ Visual Development team has decided to give Marvel fans a look at his drawing of Thor made during the initial stages of Marvel.

Posting on social media, Wen decided to share the throwback picture of the very first concept art of Thor that he had done for Marvel.

“Well, either way, here’s a throwback to the very first #thor I had done. It was at Marvel Studio’s infancy, directly after Iron Man 1 -- I had a meeting the next morning with Kevin Feige to talk about designing a Marvel Cinematic Universe,” Wen wrote in his caption.

You can check out the post down here:



For those who aren’t familiar with the artist, Wen has been in charge of the creation of creatures and worlds that everyone sees in The Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy, and League of Legends. The artist has been with Marvel Studios for a very, very long time.

Right now, there are a lot of questions fans have for the future of Thor (Chris Hemsworth). While the Asgardian God of Thunder is set to return in Thor: Love and Thunder, a lot of fans are wondering whether the Avenger will tag along with Marvel’s favorite group of cosmic misfits in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3. Let’s wait and see.

Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe begins when Black Widow premieres on November 6, 2020.

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