My Top 20 Posters of the Last Decade: Part Three

We’ve reached the Top 10 posters on my list! Yay. So, with no further delay, here are five more posters. Enjoy!

10. The Dark Knight and Selina Kyle

This poster is utter perfection. The color choice for the poster is already perfect but to impeccably incorporate Batman and Catwoman in this poster without ever seeing their faces is still one of the most mind-bogglingly awesome decisions I’ve ever seen for a poster. So stunning.

9. Wonder Woman Arrives

If the word stunning was a poster. Gal Gadot looks strikingly beautiful and powerful on this poster which depicts her as a protective yet fierce warrior in all of its subtlety. The colors represent that of the rising sun, revealing that this is the dawn of a new hero. This movie may not be perfect but this poster sure is.

8. Meet the Eternals

Just like Eternals is the most beautiful MCU movie the posters were just as lovely. This teaser poster for the Eternals was brilliant because seeing their silhouettes and the ship they originate from reiterates the fact that these characters are practically aliens from another world. It’s a brilliant way to introduce these mysterious beings living amongst us and undoubtedly one of the most striking teaser posters I’ve seen.

7. A Look at the Joker

Joker | The Trailer for Joaquim Phoenix's Dark and Twisted Joker Movie Has Arrived

The Joker is a creepy dude so when this poster came out for the Oscar-winning film I was very delighted. We see the madness in his eyes without barely being able to see his face. The blood on his chin and nose let us know that this would be a dark depiction of the character and the very design of this poster is almost unsettling. Perfection.

6. Star Wars Is Back!

Do you remember where you were when you first saw this poster? I remember where I was. I was at home looking at Facebook when this poster dropped online and I lost my mind. There was Han Solo and Leia, a very cool-looking antagonist and an instantly likable heroine, Stormtroopers and Chewbacca, droids, a rebel pilot, and the Millennium Falcon; but most importantly a freaking black man was holding a lightsaber!

My mind was blown, my heart rate increased, and my excitement for the film rose about 1000%. Even to this day, with the Sequel Trilogy not going exactly the way I was expecting, this poster still shines as a beacon of greatness.

Next up, are the final five posters. I’m very excited to share them with you.

The original post can be found here: thefutureoftheforce.com

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a tremendous day.

3 thoughts on “My Top 20 Posters of the Last Decade: Part Three”

  1. I don’t think I ever saw that DKR poster before. That’s a cool concept. The colors on the TFA poster were beautiful. I did like the TLJ one you posted before too. Going back much further in years than your covering here, I think my favorite Star Wars poster is the ANH Special Edition poster. The likenesses are so good I can overlook them using the ESB Leia’s hairstyle in it:

    Of course the ESB final poster and the ROTJ teaser poster are truly amazing as well.

    Wonder Woman had such good posters. I think my fave is the one where she’s running in the war zone and deflecting a bullet. I definitely like when a poster captures an actual movie scene like that. You can’t go wrong with any of them though. Her costume just looks so good:

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  2. This is another candidate for my favorite Star Wars poster, in this case not an actual movie poster though. I saw it at a show once and it was an instant buy. The colors and detail really shine in person even more than in this image. It’s a little unusual how so much of the imagery is just from ESB and ROTJ, although Han is in his ANH costume. But those films have most of the best visuals in the original trilogy.

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