The animated series Marvel’s Future Avengers has been brought to Marvel Studios’ dedicated YouTube channel, Marvel HQ, to reach a wider audience.
The move comes in celebration of the 60th anniversary of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes and aims to give fans of all ages an additional platform to participate in the celebration. Marvel HQ has made the first episode available and the rest will be uploaded weekly.
The film follows Makoto, Adi and Chloe, three teenagers raised by Hydra who believe they are being trained as superheroes while viewing the Avengers as villains. Each has been genetically modified by Hydra, giving them unique superhuman abilities. Adi controls technology, Chloe possesses the ability to transform, and Makoto can control the air. When Adi and Chloe discover Hydra’s true intentions, they escape and Makoto joins them. Seeking help, Makoto turned to Tony Stark, who along with the Avengers assisted in defeating Hydra and freeing Adi and Chloe. Realizing their potential, the Avengers protected them, forming the “Future Avengers”. As the Avengers trained new recruits, they stumbled upon “Project Emerald Rain,” orchestrated by Hydra and the Masters of Evil. This plan has a mysterious connection to Makoto, and when his best friend, Bruno, is manipulated by the Devil, things get complicated.
Produced by Walt Disney Japan and Madhouse, this Marvel-themed anime series premiered on satellite broadcasting channel Dlife in Japan in 2017. Initially running for 26 episodes, the series quickly became popular. hour and was renewed for a second season, which premiered in 2017. Summer 2018, introducing a series of new and exciting characters, including Captain Marvel, Ms. Marvel and Inhumans. This film will soon have an English dub and also join Disney+ in 2020.
Future Avengers was originally the sixth anime series based on Marvel. Back in 2010, Marvel Entertainment, Madhouse and Sony Pictures Entertainment Japan collaborated to produce Marvel Anime, a series of four long-running anime series featuring Iron Man, Wolverine, X-Men and Blade.
Another series, Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers, produced by Walt Disney Japan and Toei Animation, premiered in 2014 and revolves around five children with the power to summon specific Avengers, trapped in devices. called DISK and attempts to stop the abuse of DISK by superheroes and supervillains.
Marvel Future Avengers episodes will premiere every Tuesday on Marvel HQ.