- Mar 8, 2009
- A Valid Location
I'd be surprised if anyone assumed it was set in the MCU .I thought this was confirmed already, Jordan Blum says M.O.D.O.K. isn't set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (it's designation seems to be Earth-1226).
That's interesting, I wonder why. I suppose the first falls under Daredevil and no Daredevil characters have appeared in TV animation in decades now for whatever reason, but the second probably falls under Fantastic Four and they've finally been slowly phasing them back featuring heavily recently in the newest of those Superhero Adventures shorts.Blum also commented on which characters they couldn't use on M.O.D.O.K..
Apparently, Stilt-Man and Paste Pot Pete
Looks like a Marvel cartoon that finally realized they could raise the envelope like DC does .
Kind of curious what the art style will be like, then...
I didn't know they were still doing a Marvel show after Deadpool was shelved but this should be interesting to see how it goes.
Revenge can be sweet — and sometimes fuzzy. Based on the Marvel comic and created by Josh Gordon and Will Speck, this darkly comedic series follows a Japanese snow macaque whose clan meets a stranded hitman, Bryce (Jason Sudeikis), and nurses him back to health. But when Bryce bites the dust, it's up to the titular simian (guided by Bryce's ghost) to follow in his assassin footsteps and seek vengeance. "He's a character who is violent and temper amental but also deeply wounded and innocent," says Gordon. —Devan Coggan