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Use this thread to discuss all the original live-action Marvel shows coming to Disney+!

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- "Marvel on Disney+" Pre-Release News & Discussion (Spoilers)
- "Marvel on Disney+" Pre-Release News & Discussion, Part 2 (Spoilers)

Announced Series

1. Fury Files
Release:
May 15, 2020

2. Falcon & Winter Soldier (title confirmed 4/11/19)
Tentative Release: Fall August 2020 End of Summer/August 2020 August 2020/Fall 2020 (Disney+ Year 1)

3. WandaVision (title confirmed 4/11/19)
Tentative Release: October to December 2020 OR Spring 2021 (Disney+ Year 2)

4. Loki (title confirmed 11/8/18)
Tentative Release: Spring 2021 (Disney+ Year 2)

5. What If?
Tentative Release:
Summer 2021
*"Marvel's What If?" (Disney+ Animated Series) News & Discussion Thread (Spoilers)

6. Hawkeye
Tentative Release:
Fall 2021

7. Ms. Marvel
Tentative Release:
2022

8. Moon Knight
Tentative Release:
2022

9. She-Hulk
Tentative Release:
2022

Rumored

Rocket Raccoon and Groot

Lady Sif

Power Pack

Young Avengers

Secret Invasion

"A-List Character"

Agents of Atlas

Ironheart

Spider-Man 2099
 
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While it's possible to show up on Disney+, I think Power Pack is headed to the big screen. They may be part of Feige's "Cosmic" plans.
Besides, the VFX on that will be much bigger and deserving the big screen treatment.


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I don't know if it's the concise wording, but I'm still unclear what 616 is about. I assume it's no different than the short special feature docs on the DVD's of the film that gave a quick summary of character creation origins and comics. Im not sure they still make them.

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I used to like a lot of old comic book documentary stuff you would see on the History Channel, etc. The last one I remember is that series Robert Kirkman had on AMC. I have no idea what this is going to be. I can't imagine that it's going to be like a Marvel version of The Imagineering Story. I'd really be down for some deep exploration Golden age, Silver age, Bronze age Marvel. Everything from Timely to Jim Shooter era.

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I used to like a lot of old comic book documentary stuff you would see on the History Channel, etc. The last one I remember is that series Robert Kirkman had on AMC. I have no idea what this is going to be. I can't imagine that it's going to be like a Marvel version of The Imagineering Story. I'd really be down for some deep exploration Golden age, Silver age, Bronze age Marvel. Everything from Timely to Jim Shooter era.

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Yeah, I agree. That is definitely worth it. Too bad Stan isn't around for this.

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I don't know if it's the concise wording, but I'm still unclear what 616 is about. I assume it's no different than the short special feature docs on the DVD's of the film that gave a quick summary of character creation origins and comics. I'm not sure they still make them.
I suspect that it's going to be a documentary series detailing on the history of Marvel Comics, probably in vein of the Biography series.
 

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I suspect that it's going to be a documentary series detailing on the history of Marvel Comics, probably in vein of the Biography series.
I do wonder just how deep they plan on going. When I say this I am thinking Disney will only allow so much. I mean, we just lost another classic illustrator, so hope they can explain things correctly. I've seen documentaries on both Stan Lee and Steve Ditko and they were honest. Be nice to see more, especially the female contributors.

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The behind the scenes and documentaries are my favorite original content on Disney+.

I’d definitely like to see more of the women of Marvel. I watched the Netflix “Toys That Made Us” on Power Rangers and it featured Margaret Loesch who was President/CEO of Marvel in the mid to late 80s. The show presented her as “Stan Lee’s boss and everyone else’s boss as well.”

I definitely recommend watching “Toys That Made Us” by the way.


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