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Sam Wilson from Falcon and the Winter Soldier

Sam Wilson (played by Anthony Mackie) has been a staple in the MCU since his introduction in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Using the code name Falcon, he has been at Steve Rogers’ side through every battle since the resurgence of Hydra. In the comics he is as close to Steve as Bucky is, sharing such a deep bond with the original Captain America that the two can formulate plans with little more than glances and nods of the head. They have a similar relationship in the MCU, though it is a little more understated.

It is no wonder, though, that Sam is the one Steve chooses to carry on the legacy of Captain America when he retires. Although fans still aren’t sure exactly how that will work out, we got a few hints when Disney+ dropped its Super Bowl spot. Viewers got a glimpse of Sam in a grey pullover and comfortable jeans with his iconic shield on his arm. It’s a simple look but the understated costume just highlights how comfortable he feels with the shield on his arm!

Beast from X-Men

Beast, or Dr. Hank McCoy, is a founding member of the X-Men. His powers as a mutant include super strength and heightened senses. Despite his animalistic appearance, Beast possesses brilliant intelligence, and can communicate eloquently. He is a professor at the Xavier Institute as well as an activist for the acceptance of mutants in society. This guide follows his comic book iteration. Use the blue paint to cover your entire face as well as to paint the pointed ears. Some appropriate additions might include a pair of glasses and a lab coat.

Vision from WandaVision

Vision from WandaVision

Audiences last saw Vision (played by Paul Bettany) in Avengers: Infinity War where he gave his life to try and stop the mad Titan, Thanos. Though fans don’t yet know how, Vision will return in the Disney+ series WandaVision alongside his comic canon love, Wanda Maximoff (played by Elizabeth Olsen). Despite the lack of details, fans are excited to see Bettany reprise his role as the level-headed android. And thanks to a Disney+ Super Bowl ad, there is at least some hint to how he fits into the show! Although he was only seen in bits and pieces, it’s clear that Vision will appear in several different time periods, the most obvious of which are the ’50s and the ’80s, seen here. Both looks are understated and will come down to makeup. Just remember to use black and white makeup and a white mind stone if you opt for the ’50s look!

Wanda Maximoff from WandaVision

Wanda Maximoff from WandaVision

Wanda Maximoff (played by Elizabeth Olsen) is one of the longest-standing women in the MCU. And after suffering the loss of both Tony and Natasha in Endgame as well as her brother Pietro and her lover Vision in earlier movies, fans weren’t certain how Wanda would handle her grief. The answers, it seems, will come in the Disney+ show WandaVision. And while details are sparse, a Super Bowl ad gave fans a few teasers. Wanda and Vision appear to be reunited and living in domestic bliss that spans several decades. Wanda’s costumes change to fit the times but the two that stand out to most viewers are her ’80s “new mom” outfit and what appears to be a Halloween costume based of Scarlet Witch’s comic canon outfit, as seen above.

Gwenpool

Gwenpool, full name Gwendolyn Poole, is Marvel’s amalgam of Gwen Stacy and Deadpool. She made her debut on a variant cover of Deadpool’s Secret Secret Wars #2 and has since starred in her own series, The Unbelievable Gwenpool.

spider man stealth suit

Spider-Man Stealth Suit

In the MCU film Spider-Man: Far From Home, Spider-Man (Tom Holland) debuts a new suit known as the Stealth Suit. It is also referred to as the “Night Monkey” suit after a bad lie by Peter Parker to cover up his identity. This suit is meant to disguise Spider-Man being in Europe at the same time as Peter.

Killmonger from Black Panther

Killmonger

In Black Panther, Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan), full name Erik Stevens or N’Jadaka, is a special ops soldier trying to overthrow his cousin T’Challa, who is the Black Panther and king of Wakanda. Killmonger has very different views on how Wakanda should be ruled.

Venom

Venom

After investigative journalist Eddie Brock (Topher Grace / Tom Hardy) becomes the host of an alien symbiote, he develops superhuman strength and an ultra-violent alter ego, becoming Venom. Brock is the second human that the alien symbiote bonds with, Peter Parker being the first, and soon Venom becomes one of Spider-Man’s greatest arch-enemies.

Squirrel Girl

Squirrel Girl

Squirrel Girl (real name Doreen Green) is an unlikely superhero, who possesses the ability to communicate with squirrels. Surprisingly, she’s able to use this so-called superpower to defeat major supervillains. She sometimes works solo, but has also teamed up with the Avengers and the New Warriors.

Captain Marvel

Captain Marvel

Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) is the superhero identity of Carol Danvers, a former U.S. Air Force pilot whose DNA was accidentally fused with a Kree, which imbued her with superhuman strength, energy projection, and flight. When Earth is caught in the middle of an intergalactic conflict between two alien factions, it’s Captain Marvel to the rescue.