You Don't Have To Be A Marvel Hero To Practice Social Distancing, But Heroes Do It

Around the world, people are in the act of practicing social distancing. It's a measure of safety which calls for standing at least six feet apart from other people as a means to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus as the viral infection has become a worldwide pandemic. Now, a fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has shown that heroes know how to enact these safety practices, taking images from Marvel Studios films where heroes are isolated and calling it social distancing. It's a new image which should put into perspective that personal space is very important right now!

The image pulls still frames from Avengers: Endgame, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Captain America: Civil War, Ant-Man, Doctor Strange, Avengers; Infinity War, and Spider-Man: Homecoming. The only image which features more than one person is from Avengers: Endgame but the characters are together in hologram form, which is our equivalent of connecting with friends through FaceTime or Skype.

Check out the photo which has gotten lots of love on Reddit in the post embedded below!

Marvel Studios' Social Distancing from r/marvelstudios

ComicBook.com is doing its part to encouage people to stay home as well -- but it is also important to stay connected and have something to look forward to. On the heels of epic nights celebrating the home releases of Bloodshot (with director Dave Wilson and star Sam Heughan) and Birds of Prey (with director Cathy Yan and stars Jurnee Smollett-Bell and Ella Jay Basco), Thursday night will play host to a Quarantine Watch Party with Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson.

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How does Quarantine Watch Party work? Simple. At 9 p.m. ET on Thursday night, everybody who wishes to attend the Quarantine Watch Party presses "play" on their copy of Doctor Strange, be it a 4K or blu-ray disc, a digital download, or stream from Disney+. From there, those attending the Party follow and use #QuarantineWatchParty on Instagram and Twitter to stay involved with the conversation throughout the movie. The best tweets will get featured in ComicBook.com's official recap of the event!

The Quarantine Watch Party offers plenty of reasons to stay home, be safe, and have fun together! The Quarantine Watch Party will be hosted by ComicBook.com's Brandon Davis, as well as other staff members including Adam Barnhardt, Evan Valentine, Megan Peters, Joseph Schmidt, and ComicBook Nation co-host Janell Wheeler. There will be more Quarantine Watch Party events throughout the week with additional guests and fun news, so be sure to follow Davis for the latest!

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