With the hype surrounding Avengers: Infinity War only growing, artist Eileen Steinbach took to Twitter to show off some stunning posters highlighting the female heroes of the movie.

Steinbach shows off Wanda Maximoff a.k.a Scarlet Witch, Gamora, and Shuri, the sister of Black Panther. The posters do a great job of highlighting cool traits each character. In each image, you see how each character is highlighted with a specific color that brings out the character. Wanda Maximoff is in an aura of red, while Garmora is in green, and Shuri is in purple.

Take a look at the set below!

Here they are individually:

Scarlet Witch by Eileen Steinbach

Gamora by Eileen Steinbach

Shuri by Eileen Steinbach

Each of the characters also features their iconic weapons. Scarlet Witch is ready to cast a spell with her chaos magic. Gamora looks relaxed with her sword draped across her shoulders, and Shuri wields her Black Panther gauntlets. What’s really cool is that on their clothes you can see a number of other characters. Black Panther is across Shuri’s skirt. Star-Lord is on Gamora’s pants, and it appears Vision is on Scarlet Witch’s cloak, it’s hard to tell. It could also be Thanos doing battle.

Avengers: Infinity War has really brought out a ton of creativity from the fans with numerous fan posters and fan art making the rounds. Probably some of the best stuff has come from the lack of Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye in the Avengers: Infinity War promotional material. Due to this lack, fans have created a deluge of Hawkeye posters and art to make up for it.

One of the biggest images making it’s way across has been this one where every single character from the official Avengers: Infinity War poster was turned into Hawkeye.

Hawkeye Meme

Eileen Steinbach has created her own Hawkeye poster that teases a Soul Stone theory surrounding the character.

What do you think of Eileen Steinbach’s posters? Personally, Wanda and Shuri are tied as my two favorites. I love the mystical feel from the Wanda poster, but it also has a simple feel to her chaotic nature. Shuri’s hits me in a different way. I love the sheer power the image emanates.

Which one do you like the most?