Disney + Day hit us with a swath of new content for every type of viewer to enjoy. But the streaming service really took it to the next level with a ton of Marvel show announcements as this universe continues to expand its reach into new territories. There were many tweets, slick new Marvel show logos, and a few general timeline announcements on November 12, so let’s sort through them all and see what Disney+ is bringing out way soon.
First, the most WHOA announcement is an X-Men ’97 new original series coming sometime in 2023 with a perfect snapshot of Wolverine gazing at that infamous picture frame. As the name suggests, this series will stay in the original ’90s timeline with new adventures for the mutant crew.
But, before then, we will get Ms. Marvel heading our way in Summer 2022. That release date feels oh-so-close but yet so far.
— Disney+ (@disneyplus) November 12, 2021
There’s also a swath of things that are “coming soon.” That could be in 2022 or beyond. Who knows at this point? We did get some sleek new logos in a few of these Marvel Disney+ show announcements, including She-Hulk, I Am Groot, Agatha: House of Darkness, Secret Invasion, and Ironheart. We will go on some cool journeys, from seeing Baby Groot grow up and get in trouble to The Watcher’s return to meet more heroes to Riri discovering her own identity as an iron-clad heroine.
Added to the coming soon mix is Marvel Zombies, the Spider-Man: Freshman Year animated series, What If…? Season 2, Moon Knight, and Echo. The latter will follow Maya Lopez, whom we will meet in the upcoming Hawkeye series.
Subscribers can log into their account and check out some first look action from She-Hulk, Moon Knight, and Ms. Marvel as well. Check out a few cool shots from the Marvel roundup video right here.
Now that’s a ton of content (12 series!) coming our way and we are ready for it but not ready for it, if you know what I mean. Of course, there will be many teasers, trailers, photos, and all those goodies to come but Disney + is already quite stoked about the future.