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‘So this is finally happening’: Fans are Losing it as Robert Downey Jr’s Iron Man Faces Jonathan Majors’ Kang in ‘Avengers: Secret Wars’ Concept Art

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Robert Downey Jr’s iconic portrayal of Iron Man in the MCU can be marked as the most influential role in the superhero genre and left were fans in tears after his death at the end of the Infinity Saga.

Even though the character is gone from the universe after a brilliant run of 12 years, fans are hoping that the actor returns in the next Avengers installment, and a recent fan-made poster has boosted some more fuel in the argument.

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Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man
Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man

An exciting concept poster of Iron Man facing Kang has left fans in awe

With the next phase beginning in the MCU with the release of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and the appearance of the next big baddie Kang The Conqueror, fans go wild after witnessing an amazing concept poster by the artist @agtdesign on Instagram, imagining Robert Downey Jr’s Iron Man face to face with Jonathan Majors’ Kang with the caption “So you’re the famous Stark?”, encapsulating how their conversation could appear in the upcoming future.

Fans flooded the artist’s comment section with appreciation such as “In one of the universes, this is happening. And I wanna travel there to see this…“, another said, “Wowww Man! That’s dope 😍”, one fan even claimed, “When u mess up with time, time tends to mess up with you’ tony may have met Kang ” and another further said,this is SICK 🔥”

Although the MCU icon died in the process of defeating Thanos and his entire army while sacrificing himself in the process, fans are now adamant to see Iron Man facing off against Kang in the multiverse saga after witnessing the epic concept poster.

Also read: Iron Man Star Robert Downey Jr Had a Brutal 6-Word Response to a Female Fan After a Question About Avengers Cast

Concept Poster by @agtdesign (Fan art)
Concept Poster by @agtdesign on Instagram

Robert Downey Jr’s return as Iron Man is a little far-fetched

After the incredible run of the character in the Infinity Saga while undergoing a beautiful journey and sacrificing himself for humanity, fans are now adamant to see the actor return in the next big Avengers showdown and face the biggest threat in the multiverse.

Considering the character’s arc is complete and isn’t left with any loopholes, it would require some adequate writing to bring the character back in the next Avengers meetup without ruining the emotional investment that people have for his final encounter with Thanos.

Although in a podcast with Joe Rogan, Robert Downey Jr clarified that he was done with the role and did everything that he could with the character and is now looking to move forward. But the actor didn’t completely rule out the possibility of his return after the heartbreaking Avengers: Endgame climax, as he went on to state,

“There would have to be a super compelling argument and a series of events that made it obvious. But the other thing is, I wanna do other stuff.”

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Robert Downey Jr. in Avengers: Endgame (2019).
Robert Downey Jr. in Avengers: Endgame (2019).

Even though a full return of the character is a bit far-fetched but considering that Marvel is bringing back Hugh Jackman in the upcoming Deadpool sequel after his swansong in Logan, the return of Robert Downey Jr in the future is possible with a little cameo or maybe a different variant that and the brilliant concept poster could turn to reality.

Avengers: The Kang Dynasty will hit theatres on 2 May 2025.

Source: @agtdesign

Written by Santanu Roy

Santanu Roy is a film enthusiast with a deep love for the medium of animation while also being obsessed with Batman and The Everly Brothers. Apart from pursuing animation and analyzing movies, he possesses a deep fondness for narrative-driven games and is currently a content writer at Fandomwire with over 100 articles.