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I have downloaded a high-quality picture of that drawing from Pinterest. It's not the original one, but it's completely the same.

Liz Toomes had sketched the battle of New York on a paper.

The drawing important features:

  • Captain America's black star; which was on his suit in Avengers: Infinity War.
  • Iron Man's pentagon-shaped arc reactor; which was present on his suit in Captain America: Civil War.
  • Hawkeye's sword; which he was yielding in Avengers: Endgame.
  • The Hulk's red eyes; which he got them in Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Were these just intentionally implemented into the movie for making references to other Marvel movies, or it was an important thing?

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    Or they could be nothing. A kids drawing, done after the events, with more recent photos of the heroes. Hawkeye obviously had a bow at the battle, and that might just be a poor rendition of a curved bow. – iandotkelly Feb 9 at 22:32
  • A lot of movie franchises like to throw in Easter eggs like this, simply for the fun of it. For example, check out #34 – Ben Feb 10 at 0:12
  • What culture got the real drawing I guess which is almost the same – Ankit Sharma Feb 10 at 6:25
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    Related question on SciFi.SE regarding Barton specifically. – F1Krazy Feb 10 at 9:40
  • @iandotkelly She drew it in the same year the battle of New York occurred. – Etack Sxchange Feb 10 at 15:06

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