"Marvel on Disney+" Pre-Release News & Discussion, Part 3 (Spoilers)

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AdrenalineRush1996

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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.
I quite agree with you on that.
 

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I didn’t realize the Mandalorian had a November date. I was hoping it would be earlier.


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If Farmiga gets the role, then she will become among those who appeared in both DC and Marvel, since she voiced Raven in the DC Animated Movie Universe.

EDIT (20-07-2020)
It's now been delayed to next Spring.
 
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the point of no return
Sorry, but I'm kinda underwhelmed on the 616 series. The approach is not taking it as seriously as I would have liked. There's a real chance to do it even better than the special features on those older DTV animated movies like Iron Man & Dr. Strange. I "get" it though. The old talking heads stuff is not good to present to the youth.

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