A few days ago a picture on Instagram showed us the Avengers: Endgame hero, whom we wanted to see in a recent Avengers success. Before Avengers: Infinity War was premiered, we had the feeling that this particular hero would not appear in the movie, and we were not mistaken, as Marvel had other plans in mind. Later, however, the company confirmed that the hero is still alive, and the first trailer Endgame was convincing proof that he will appear in Avengers 4 . Now we have more images from the same collection of Endgame art that is considered Marvel's authentic art for future Avengers products.
Clint Barton, formerly known as Hawkeye, SHIELD and the Avengers, appeared as Ronin in the first Avengers 4 trailer. We've seen his face, so we know it's Clint in this costume with a brand new gun. Here is a screenshot of Clint's new look from the trailer:
Marvel never showed us Ronin's costume, but the leaked artwork a few days ago gave us a first look at his mask and hood as another Confirmation that he will swing swords in the Endgame . Here's the picture again:
It turns out that it's not fan-art. Instead, it is said to come directly from Marvel, MCU Cosmic and it is the kind of illustration that will appear on merchandise, including toys, T-shirts, and other Avengers products. There are 19 images in the collection, including the one above, but also one that fully reveals Clint's new costume:
Renner recently said Hawkeye will use a bow again, but we'll have to wait
The Fan Art reveals more exciting details about the upcoming Avengers rule, not just that Hawkeye became Ronin.
Here's Captain America in a suit reminding us of the suit Steve Rogers used as part of the Avengers:
Meanwhile, Thanos will rock a new sword, as shown in this image. Which means he will not go down without a fight. And the damaged Infinity Gauntlet is missing on his left arm:
We've always known that Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel will join the fight. She is about to become an Avenger:
Here she is again in her Captain Marvel Outfit:
Ant-Man is of course also in the movie, but the The trailer has already told us so much:
Rocket, the "rabbit," is still alive, and although we have not seen him in the trailer, he will join the fight:
Guess who is back? Hulk was not particularly excited about fighting in Wakanda Infinity War but this artwork suggests that he and Bruce Banner will soon resign themselves to occupying the same residence they must share: 
All other images showing the surviving Avengers, including Iron Man, Black Widow and Thor, are available at this link.