- Iron Patriot
Although Rhodey stole the Mark 2 Iron Man suit and converted it into a war machine, Tony created Mark 3 and Mark 4 for him, and the U.S. government gave War Machine a new name, “Iron Patriot”, so it would be less of a threat to the public. That was soon revoked after the Iron Patriot suit was stolen by an enemy and tried to kill the president! In the movies after “Iron Man 3”, the name goes back to “War Machine”. Rhodey was seriously injured in “Captain America 3: Civil War” and Tony even made a bionic leg brace to help Rhodey walk again.
- Captain America
Captain America Costume changes reflect the changes in the world around him. You can see how the Marvel Universe is changing and how Captain America is adapting accordingly by tracking his costume trends. Another change in Captain America from “Age of Ultron” to “Civil War” is the loss of some white areas. In “Age of Ultron”, Cap had white stripes on his arms, but in “Civil War” they are gone. Also, his boots have been changed, from red to blue. This may be a design choice that suggests Steve finds himself in the gray areas again, as he did in The Winter Soldier. His costume reflected the perfect concept of a hero, because that’s what he needed to be.
Peter has had some significant enhancements thanks to Tony Stark. Until now, every one of his very matches have come from the wizard, billionaire, playboy, benefactor. The latest Avenger has kept with the iconic Red, Black, and Blue Cosplay Costumes and has been making his legs, in a manner of speaking, while fighting crooks from both his friendly neighborhood and not-so-friendly galaxy. His fit ends up being much darker in Avengers: Infinity Battle as well as continues to be a dark blue in the upcoming film Spider-Man: Far From Home.
- The Wasp
Hank Pym is attributed with the suits for the Ant Male part of the MCU. He has designed costumes for himself, his partner, his little girl Hope, and also Scott Lang. The styles for Scott’s fits has altered in all three movies. Going from the initial suit Hank had actually produced for himself, to more easy to use layouts for Scott. These suits are much more one-of-a-kind that the other suits in the MCU as they can diminish, fly, as well as increase the size of.
- The Hulk
Although the Hulk doesn’t have a fit, his Styling does alter a bit.For one, there was an actor adjustment in Stage 1 of the MCU to make sure that changed a few of his face attributes. Hunk has actually likewise intensified a little bit because his time on Sakaar. One thing that hasn’t changed, and more than most likely never will, is his shredded ‘shorts’. Though they have not been the famous comics purple, they have actually been one of the most seen item of garments the hulk has put on. Although he did rock a white and also red tunic and beaded necklace in Ragnarok awhile. That outfit is a homage to Ultimate Hulk in the comics.