Doctor Strange recently got released on Digital HD platforms around the globe and along with the Scott Derrickson flick comes loads of special features. One of those special features is an exclusive sneak peek at Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 3 that includes a bunch of concept art for upcoming movies like Thor: Ragnarok and Black Panther.

While the full preview is yet to make its way online, screenshots of some of those official artworks have surfaced on web (via Twitter user @Marvel_Freshman). One of the pieces offers us something that we’ve been waiting for since the beginning of last year – the first look at Cate Blanchett’s Hela! We saw some really cool fan-arts in the past depicting the two-time Academy Award winner as the Thor: Ragnarok big baddie, but nothing beats this one!

There’s another artwork for the Taika Waititi flick featuring Chris Hemsworth’s Thor and Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk. It teases an epic battle between the God of Thunder and the Green Rage Monster inside gladiatorial arena. Check out the pieces below!

Thor: Ragnarok artwork offering the first look at Cate Blanchett's Hela
Thor: Ragnarok artwork offering the first look at Cate Blanchett’s Hela (Photo Credit – Twitter/Marvel)
Concept art featuring Hulk and Thor in gladiatorial arena
Concept art featuring Hulk and Thor inside gladiatorial arena (Photo Credit – Twitter/Marvel)
Another concept art featuring Hulk
Another concept art featuring Hulk (Photo Credit – Twitter/Marvel)

Among the Black Panther concept art, some feature Chadwick Boseman’s titular superhero while others provide us with spectacular walk-through of the various Wakandan locations from the Ryan Coogler flick. Here are the artworks for you!

While Thor: Ragnarok is set to arrive in theaters on November 3, 2017, we haven’t seen any footage from the movie yet. Perhaps Marvel Studios would prefer launching the first trailer with the theatrical cut of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 in May.

Black Panther has recently started filming and isn’t coming out until February 16, 2018. So, it’s highly unlikely that the studio would release any promotional content for the movie in the next six months or so.

Share your thoughts about the new batch of Thor: Ragnarok and Black Panther concept art and stay tuned for the latest updates!