The The avengers will soon expand its audience thanks to a major change to the animated series, Marvel’s future Avengers. The show previously debuted in 2020 on Disney+. Soon, more Marvel fans will be able to see their young stars in action – without subscribing to a streaming service.
Marvel’s Future Avengers is thirty-nine episodes long, spanning two seasons. As of now, it is only accessible to Disney+ subscribers. The film tells the story of Makoto, Adi and Chloe – three children who grew up under the influence and control of Marvel’s iconic villain group, Hydra. It showcases their journey to heroism as they form the future Avengers team. The show originally aired on Disney XD from 2017 to 2018, before being added to Disney+.
Marvel celebrates the Avengers anniversary with new Marvel HQ content
On Marvel.com, the company announced that Marvel’s Future Avengers has begun streaming on its YouTube channel, Marvel HQ. This channel features full episodes of various series, including LEGO Marvel Avengers: Climate Conundrum, I am Groot, and Kang vs. the Avengers, among many other series. Now, Marvel’s Future Avengers will join the channel’s programming to celebrate the Avengers’ 60th anniversary. A new episode will “air” every Tuesday, running from now until Summer 2024 until all 39 episodes are uploaded. The series will receive new merchandise starting this Holiday Season and lasting through 2024. This will include clothing, accessories, toys, and home goods, although specific products remain has not been disclosed.
Marvel’s Future Avengers introduces three new heroes to the Marvel Universe. Thanks to Hydra, all three have superhuman abilities. They began using these powers forever after escaping the iconic villain organization and encountering the Avengers. Throughout the series, they battle many classic foes and team up with numerous Marvel heroes, including Green Goblin, Kang the Conqueror, Red Skull, Iron Fist, Deadpool, and Ms. Marvel. Marvel. The anime also features multiple locations, including Avengers Tower, the Raft, Wakanda, and many more. This new generation of heroes has a bright future ahead, especially with Marvel’s new approach to the team.
The decision to upload Marvel’s Future Avengers to Marvel HQ is one that will bring the anime to new viewers very easily. While Disney+ has many exciting Marvel properties, it’s great that some series are being given the opportunity to branch out from the service to make them more accessible to audiences. Its main heroes debuted in Marvel Comics, in Future Fight Firsts. The film is produced by Madhouse, Inc. Collaboration with Disney Japan. This animation studio is known for One Punch Man (Part 1), Cardcaptor Sakura, Beyblade and Death Note. The first episode of the anime series, Marvel’s future Avengersis now available to watch on Marvel HQ.
Source: Marvel, Marvel HQ