Marvel Studios dropped a huge batch of Avengers: Endgame posters featuring both the survivors of Thanos’ catastrophic snap in Avengers: Infinity War as well as those who were ‘dusted’ in the universe-altering event.

The posters are all themed with the caption, ‘Avenge The Fallen’, with the Avengers symbol used to indicate that Earth’s Mightiest Heroes are indeed looking for revenge for what Thanos did in Infinity War.

The heroes that were left alive at the end of Thanos’ snap have their posters in colour.

This includes the obvious ones that we know – the core members of the Avengers – Iron Man, Captain America, Black Widow, Thor, Hawkeye, and the Hulk.

The others include Ant-Man, Captain Marvel, Okoye, Nebula, Rocket, and Rhodey.

Also included are characters whose fates we weren’t quite sure of – Valkyrie, who wasn’t in Infinity War and who was presumed to have died in the beginning with the rest of the Asgardian refuges.

Wong, who had been left behind in the Sanctum.

And Pepper Potts and Happy Hogan are here too.

Meanwhile, those who didn’t make it to the end of Infinity War got posters in black and white.

This includes everyone who got snapped – T’Challa, Star Lord, Dr. Strange, Peter Parker, Scarlet Witch, Nick Fury, Groot, the Wasp, Sam Wilson, Bucky Barnes, Mantis, Drax, and Groot.

The ones who didn’t get snapped, but were killed by Thanos in other ways, also get the memorial treatment.

Loki who got stabbed by Thanos in the very beginning.

Gamorra who was tossed off of a cliff for the Soul Stone.

And Vision who died when Thanos removed the Mind Stone from his forehead.

But there’s one big character whose fate we never saw unfold on the screen, who we didn’t even realise could be considered missing until the first trailer – Shuri.

The first trailer revealed a big MISSING underneath a holographic image of the Wakandan princess. Unfortunately, with the reveal of the monochrome poster, it looks like Shuri was also decimated.

Avengers: Endgame will be out in theatres on April 26.

The images have been sourced from Marvel Studios‘ Twitter.