As part of the X-Men Day celebration on Monday, May 13, 20th Century Fox released 10, city-specific movie posters for Dark Phoenix, each with a unique — and awesome — art style. The posters were given out in the 10 cities as part of the X-Men day festivities at local comic shops. The cities include Phoenix, Los Angeles, Denver, Atlanta, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C.
The posters for Washington, D.C., New York, and Phoenix are visually striking, and are our favorites, and each poster features Jean Grey (Sophie Turner) and another character from the Dark Phoenix film in an artistic representation of what the film’s story is about.
The City of Phoenix poster was designed by Scott Hopko, and we are partial to it as Phoenix is where our home office is located, and because the second character is Magneto (Michael Fassbender). Plus, it’s absolutely gorgeous. Check it out below.
Washington, D.C.’s poster was created by Chris Malbon, and it might be the best of the bunch. There’s a lot going on here, and it features Nightcrawler (Kodi Smit-McPhee). When taken together as one image, it’s breathtaking. Check it out in large size as it is gorgeous.
Los Angeles’ Dark Phoenix poster was created by Erin Gallagher, and features Jean and Storm (Alexandra Shipp). The poster is simple, yet effective. Check out the poster in compact size.
Miami’s poster was designed by Aracely Munoz, and features Beast (Nicholas Hoult) as the secondary character. Check out out below.
The New York poster is another of our favorites, as its a trippy look at Jean Grey and Professor Charles Xavier (James McAvoy) that pretty much sums up their complicated student-teacher relationship. We’ve not been able to track down the artist, but their work is magnificent. Check it out.
The Las Vegas poster features Jessica Chastain’s “mystery character,” known only as “Smith,” with Jean Grey. The artwork is by Cryssy Cheung is striking, to say the least. Check it out below.
The other four posters can be found in this gallery. The Atlanta poster featuring Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence) is definitely an eye-catcher.
The posters were given out to fans at local comic shops in the corresponding cities, and will become highly collectible for fans, as they were doled out in very limited numbers. If you are one of those collectors, good luck in trying to get them all. If not, enjoy the artwork by these ultra-talented artists and be sure to check out Dark Phoenix when it hits theaters on June 7.