Last month, Marvel Studios revealed a load of new information about the upcoming Captain Marvel at San Diego Comic-Con. In addition to the film taking place in the 90's and featuring the Skrulls as the main antagonists, the panel showed off some concept art and designs for the lucky few in attendance. That concept art of the Skrulls has spilled online, but now we have a more official look at Brie Larson's Captain Marvel costume, courtesy of Marvel's Andy Park. Check out the impressive looking costume in the post below.

Almost none of the footage or art showcased at the Marvel Studios Comic Con panel has found its way online in any official capacity, but Andy Park has provided the best look yet at Brie Larson's Captain Marvel. Park, who's the Visual Development Supervisor over at Marvel Studios, didn't have the green light to post a higher resolution picture, so we'll all have to make do with the lower quality image he could provide. It's still a very good look at what we can expect for Captain Marvel's look. The costume looks like it was ripped straight out the comics, and is very close in line to the suit Carol Danvers wears after she assumes her Captain Marvel identity. It's very much what we've come to expect from MCU costumes: practical and colorful.

Word on the street is that this won't be the only superhero costume Carol Danvers will wear in her debut film. Some rumors have claimed that she'll wear a version of at least one of her earlier outfits from her Ms. Marvel days before she upgraded to the blue and red. Those costumes are a bit...problematic in the amount of skin they show, so if they are in the film, they will likely be altered to a degree to fit in with the MCU.

We're missing a lot of detail about Captain Marvel at the moment, but some aspects of the plot have been revealed to the public. The film will, surprisingly, take place in the 90's and will tell the origin of Captain Marvel. The villains of the movie will be the shape-shifting Skrull, with the mythology of the Kree-Skrull war playing an important part in the plot. A younger Nick Fury will also be a part of the cast, but to what extent is unclear. Brie Larson will portray Marvel Studios' first big female lead and Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck direct.

Captain Marvel is currently scheduled to hit theaters on March 8, 2019. To learn as much as possible about the movie, here's everything we know so far. For every movie arriving within the year, don't forget to check out our 2017 upcoming movie release guide for all your theater visits.

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