Head of the Marvel Studios Kevin Feige announced the latest details about the upcoming “Captain Marvel” movie at Marvel panel at San Diego Comic-con International.

Samuel L. Jackson was already confirmed to appear in the upcoming Captain Marvel movie as Nick Fury. However, during their panel at San Diego Comic-con International, Feige revealed that the movie would take place during the 1990s at the time before Nick Fury lost one of his eyes. Speculations regarding how Fury lost one of his eyes immediately circulated after the announcement.

Marvelous ‘Captain Marvel’ concept art

These leaked images from Twitter are the first few official Captain Marvel concept arts revealed by Marvel Studios during their panel at San Diego Comic-con International. The images feature Brie Larson’s comic-accurate Carol Danvers pitted against a horde of shape-shifting alien species called Skrulls. These creatures were revealed to be living among humans for countless of years as a preparation for taking over the world during the “Secret Invasion” storyline. The surprise inclusion of these new enemies raised suspicion on Nick Fury’s character among the comic book fans. Check out the concept art below.

The strongest of them all

For those of you who are still unfamiliar, Carol Danvers was a United States Air Force pilot who gained cosmic powers and abilities after a collision with a Kree entity called Captain Marvel.

After his death, to honor his memory, Danvers decided to become his successor and joined the Avengers.

Feige has mentioned awhile back that Captain Marvel is set to be the most powerful character in the Marvel’s superhero line-up so far (Yes, even stronger than Hulk and Thor!). In his recent interview with Vulture, he mentioned that Captain Marvel’s powers are off the charts, and when she’s introduced, she will be by far the strongest character they’d ever had.

He also added that it would only be important to counterbalance that with something that feels real and she would need to have a humanity to tap into. These are the reasons why they decided to go for Brie Larson whose best known for her work on Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) and Short Term 12 (2013).

Feige also mentioned that the untapped section of comics that deal with the Kree/Skrull War of her mythology would be the fitting storyline to take for her upcoming movie.

Captain Marvel is set to hit the theaters on March 8, 2019.