This 'Avengers' Fan Video is Going Viral in China

By Matthew Bossons, April 30, 2019

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A fan-made video featuring members of Marvel’s Avengers team, which was recently created by a group of young men in Chongqing, has gone viral.

The superhero fans reportedly gained popularity on a Chinese live streaming platform and have created numerous videos similar to their Avengers short, according to Shine.

Highlights of the fan fiction video include Spiderman scaling a brick wall, Ironman blasting off and Captain America taking a rip on a motorized scooter. The Hulk also makes an appearance, as well as, randomly, Aquaman (we think?) from the DC Comics universe.

Watch the quirky, comic-inspired video below (VPN off):

Outside China? Watch on YouTube.

The final installment of the Avengers series, Endgame, has seen massive success in China since debuting last week, raking in over RMB523 million during its first 24 hours in Chinese theaters.

READ MORE: 'Avengers' Rakes in Over ¥523 Million in First 24hrs in China

[Cover screengrab via Shine]

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