Avengers: Infinity War is coming up quickly and excitement is through the roof, inspiring fans in all kinds of different creative ways. But this creative endeavor might take the top prize of what we've seen lately. A new piece of fan-art has made a spoof of Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper but reimagined with the Avengers, renamed "The Last /avengers-full-house-mashup-video/Shawarma," and it's amazing. The incredible amount of detail is staggering, and one can easily see this as an officially marketed poster put out by Marvel Studios.
When it comes to fan-art, nobody can really compete with Boss Logic, the creator behind "The Last Shawarma." Tony Stark is seen front and center in the Jesus position, which is very fitting and not the first time that he's been brought up in the same sentence with Jesus over the last few days. Fans have pointed out that Robert Downey Jr. appears on the new Infinity War poster in a Jesus Christ-like pose, leading to speculation that he will make the ultimate sacrifice in the upcoming movie.
Stan Lee is present along with every major character listed to be in Infinity War (no Hawkeye, again), but it doesn't look like Thanos was invited to break bread with the team. Josh Brolin's Thanos was first featured in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1, but he first appeared in a post credit scene in 2012's Avengers, which is also where the inspiration for the new fan-art came from. The final post-credit scene features the team eating a meal together in a Shawarma restaurant. Everybody is here from the original, along with a lot of new friends that we've been introduced to over the last 10 years.
While Jeremy Renner's Hawkeye is nowhere to be found, there is an Easter Egg hinting to his appearance. On either side of the artwork, there are posters. On the right-hand side is a revolution poster with Korg from Thor: Ragnarok and on the left, there's a teamwork poster that has one of Hawkeye's arrows shot through it. The attention to detail is what's really important and there's some little Easter Eggs hidden in throughout, like the placement of Loki in the artwork. Marvel Studios should give Boss Logic some dough and make these posters.
Infinity War is only a few short weeks away, with pre-sale tickets on sale now. The first 6 hours of the pre-sale were record breaking, destroying the impressive record that Black Panther had previously set. It's also looking like the movie will be a force to be reckoned with at the box office, but more than likely will not be able to pull off 5 weekends in a row at number one like Black Panther has been able to do. There's a lot more competition coming out this summer to compete with Infinity War. You can check out the incredible "Last Shawarma" artwork below, thanks to Boss Logic's Twitter account.