Marvel Art Casts Kevin Feige as The Punisher Amid Rumored MCU Leaks

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Marvel Studios is notorious for the level of secrecy that goes into their projects and if you've been a longtime follower of the franchise, you would know that it's been a thing since the inception of the Marvel Cinematic Universe back in 2008. Of course, times are changing and more people have access to behind-the-scenes stuff that no one is supposed to see thanks to social media.


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There's been an inside joke within the MCU fandom that whenever actors do interviews, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige is closely monitoring their every move to avoid spoilers. As hilarious as that sounds, there's obviously no validity to them but with all the recent leaks — from Andrew Garfield's alleged set photo from Spider-Man: No Way Home to Patrick Stewart's Professor X previs for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness — that have been spreading all over the internet like wildfire, Feige might as well do something about it.

Famed digital artist BossLogic has come up with a hilarious idea so Marvel Studios can finally put a stop to the rumored leaks. Taking to his official pages, the Australian artist unveiled an awesome artwork depicting Kevin Feige as the official MCU version of The Punisher. I don't know about you but I find it equally hysterical and badass. Check it out here:


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Marvel conspiracists believe that the studio itself is responsible for the said leaks making their way to social media and if anything, it's just one of their PR stunts to garner more hype for their upcoming projects. Obviously, we don't have substantial proof to back those claims up but if it's actually true, I would say it's a brilliant move on their end. Still, I don't think they're necessary because we've pretty much established the MCU's drawing power through the years and leak or no leak, fans will continue to support the franchise.

Meanwhile, Marvel Studios' latest series What If...? is already streaming on Disney+.