Vision in normal, preppy clothes did look a bit on the side of odd, but stylish at the same time. Perhaps a big part of it has to do with the fact that it's Paul Bettany underneath all that makeup.
Marvel is indulging fans by rolling out some new concept art that show what it would be like to see Vision in a suit, vest and tie, and a formal sweater among others. Vision does finish up very nicely, if I may say so myself.
CBR also obtained another concept art. This time, it focuses on the scene where the gang is discussing the Sokovia Accords. Everyone looks tense, but Cap is looking even more agitated, he's about to throw the Sokovia Accords at someone's head.
The new concept art follows recent releases, such as the scene were Ant-Man—not so ant-ly in this airport scene—at the moment that Iron Man's team executes Spidey's AT-AT idea. We see Rhodey and Stark delivering two KO punches and Spidey fleeing the scene after wrapping his web around Ant-Man's legs.
This concept art was created and shared by Andy Park, one of Marvel's artists. The scene shows some solid teamwork—though of course, the Web-Slinger had to rub the ages of the two suited heroes in their faces. Not that we don't find it funny though, since Spidey basically stole that scene.
Captain America: Civil War was just released in both Digital HD, Blu-Ray, and DVD.