Comic-Con: the roundup of announcements for the Marvel series | myCANAL Switzerland

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The convention, which was canceled two years in a row due to the health crisis, has returned to San Diego and welcomed hordes of geeks thirsty for pop culture for the first time since 2019. The opportunity for the great guru of Marvel Studios (Kevin Feige) to present the upcoming novelties for the MCU, in particular the next series planned on Disney +, available with CANAL +.

My name is Groot, August 10, 2022

We start with the cutest superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. While awaiting the release of the third episode of Guardians of the Galaxy in theaters (James Gunn, 2023), adorable Baby Groot will be back in a few days with a series of five animated shorts. It is called My name is Groot (sic), and it looks pretty refreshing for summer and an audience of 7 to 77 years old.

She-Hulk: Attorney, August 17, 2022

It’s the next big live-action Marvel series. We’ll get back to it in length, width and width when it’s released, but in the meantime we can tell she hulk will mark the first MCU appearance of Jennifer Walters, Bruce Banner’s green cousin.

And to answer the irresistible Mark Ruffalo, actress Tatiana Maslany was chosen. Let’s hope the show manages to overcome criticism of its superheroine’s looks…

What if…?, Season 2, early 2023

You remember What happened if…?, the Marvel animated series released last summer and narrated by the wonderful voice of Jeffrey Wright (The Watcher)? Well, early next year, a second season will arrive on Disney+, with nine new independent episodes set in alternate timelines, starring Hela, Captain Carter, Valkyrie, Odin the Winter Soldier, The Mandarin or Hulk and Iron Man. And that’s far from the end, as a Season 3 was already announced at Comic-Con.

Secret invasion, spring 2023

This is the series that will open the ball of the MCU Phase V, behind the much-anticipated return of Paul Rudd Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (Peyton Reed, 2023). And its cast promises to be nothing short of incredible, as the unchanging Samuel L. Jackson (again as Nick Fury) is joined by the faithful Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders), the ghost War Machine (Don Cheadle), Talos, the skull of Captain Marvel (Ben Mendelsohn), the brilliant Everett K. Ross from Black Panther (Martin Freiman) and two newcomers who are Hollywood stars: Olivia Colman and Emilia Clarke. In short, the hype is very high.

Loki, Season 2, Summer 2023

Released a year ago, the first season of Loki is one of the best in the short but already storied history of the MCU on Disney+. In other words, the new adventures of the god of mischief are eagerly awaited next summer, especially since Tom Hiddelston will always be joined there by Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino), Mobius (Owen Wilson) and Ravonna (Gugu Mbatha-Raw). But filming has just started, so we’ll just have to be patient.

Echo, Summer 2023

Last winter the series hawk eye was also one of the nicest surprises of the MCU on Disney+. The series introduced the antagonistic character of Maya Lopez (Alaqua Cox), a superhero who suffers from deafness but for whom the martial arts hold no secrets.

Far too cool to settle for a supporting role, this dear Echo returns next summer in a series of her own, starring Wilson Fisk (Vincent D’Onofrio) and a certain daredevil (Charlie Cox). becomes. which we will come back to below.

X-Men ’97, Fall 2023

While waiting to someday find the X-Men in the MCU, Marvel is already set to revive the cult 1990s animated series that disappeared in 1997.

It will obviously be with the voice actors still alive and inevitably with many new voices as well. For fans of the era, a big hit of yesteryear is to be expected, but the nostalgia is at this price point.

Valiant Heart, Fall 2023

If you’re missing Tony Stark’s high-tech superhero costume, this is a series to follow. Because it centers on Riri Williams, a gifted young superhero who makes herself armor worthy of Iron Man.

Ironheart will be played by Dominique Thorne, but the character will already make a debut appearance in the MCU with the highly anticipated Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Ryan Coogler, 2022) scheduled for next November.

Agatha: Circle of Chaos, Winter 2023

“It was Agatha all along!” » If Wanda Vision is the best Marvel series to dateThat’s thanks in part to the presence of the excellent Kathryn Hahn in the role of the witch Agatha Harkness, who masquerades as a pushy neighbor on the show.

Kevin Feige understood this well, and that’s why we’ll find the character in a forthcoming spin-off that has just been renamed (it was previously called House of the Harkness). Fortunately, we already know that this black comedy will be written by showrunner Jac Schaeffer Wanda Visionwhich is rather comforting news.

Daredevil: Born Again, Spring 2024

We saved the best for last because the big announcement of this Comic-Con on the Marvel series side is obviously the return of Matt Murdock in his own series, which disappeared from screens in 2018 after three memorable seasons on Netflix.

We know that Disney+ has restored all the Marvel series released on Netflix at the time, and so the most popular of them will be entitled to an unexpected sequel, with the return of actor Charlie Cox in the Daredevil skin, for a record sum of eighteen new episodes. But beware: the fan-adored Netflix series is known for its darkness and violence, so this new Disney-produced version is being watched closely…

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