What is Disney plus day 2021?: See everything that happened about the Marvel series

Disney+ Day was actually quite beneficial to fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The company has made several superhero-related series announcements, showing that Phase 4 will actually expand to different sides far beyond the multiverse.

Still, anyone hoping to see trailers and big surprises may have come out disappointed. Despite the amount of news, everything boiled down to a logo here and there and a few teasers of more forwarded productions. Even the dates were quite measured, with the studio preferring to say that the episodes will be released soon than actually committing to a well-established schedule, as we've gotten used to seeing.

The highlights even were the first images of Ms. MarvelMoon Knight, and Hulk Woman. Apparently, these serials will be next in the release queue and arrive at streaming as of the second half of 2022. In addition, we had some animations being confirmed, including a revival of the classic X-Men cartoon and the second season of What If...?.

Ms. Marvel

The series starring Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani) was the only one to receive a date. Expected to arrive in the early second half of 2022, the series gained a teaser featuring the young heroine and her admiration for Captain Marvel —with her entitled to create a version of Carol Denvers' uniform. In addition, the video brings a brief demonstration of his powers, which will be quite different from his comic book part.

Knight of the Moon

The multi-personality watchdog from Marvel also had its first teaser released. In this case, the excerpt showed very little, just showing its protagonist, lived by actor Oscar Isaac, suffering from his delusions and not knowing what is real and what are his dreams and voices in his head. There is a brief glimpse of his attire and the brutality with which he fights crime, but nothing concrete.

Hulk Woman

Finally, we had a brief glimpse of how the greenish giant will look at the MCU. As with the other teasers, the focus here has been to introduce the character and show how she also needs to deal with her anger to transform —and there's even a bruce banner appearance by Mark Ruffalo and a quick sample of how the heroine's look will look.

Agatha: House of Harkness

The spin-off of WandaVision really happened. For some time now, there has been speculation about the possibility of the character Agatha Harkness (Kathryn Hahn) winning her own series, which eventually came to fruition. Nothing has been revealed about her plot or even when it will be released. The title, however, suggests that we will see more of the character's past.

Secret Invasion

Marvel had already announced that it would bring a series that would adapt the Secret Invasion of Comics arc, in which heroes discover that half of the Marvel universe had been replaced by Skrull impostors. And after a long silence, we finally have an image of the production. In this case, it's just an image of Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) staring at the audience and with his bruised eye on the show.

Nothing has been said about the date or how much it will be inspired by the comics —not least because, at MCU, the Skrulls are considered good aliens.


Not that anything needed to be shown to remind us that the Hawkeye series arrives at Disney+ in the coming weeks, but Marvel Studios presented an extended scene from one of the episodes that highlight the partnership between Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) and Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld). It is a slightly more contextualized excerpt from the moment of the trailer in which the girl explodes a van with an arrow and, in it, it is possible to see more of the hero's hearing problem, the discussions of the duo and how Bishop is really skilled.

There's not much context in the scene, just that the heroes are fleeing the Sweater Gang and start a chase through the streets of New York, ending them throwing themselves off a bridge.

Taking into account that Hawkeye debuts already on November 24, it was a considerable time dedicated to him.


This is an ad that serves almost as a hawkeye spoiler, as the villain of the Avenger sitter will win a series of its own. Nothing has been said about its contents and not even a date has been revealed, which leaves everything quite mysterious.

It is worth remembering that, in the comics, the character Echo comes to have an affair with daredevil and that any hope of having a return of the Man Without Fear should be celebrated.

Loki and What If...?

Marvel Studios confirmed what it had previously announced and put the new seasons of its series on its schedule. However, like all the rest that was shown, nothing else was revealed.

Iron Heart

The Iron Heart series was soon revealed. Focused on the character Riri Williams, we will see the young inventor following in the footsteps of Tony Stark and creating her own armor to become a heroine. From what has been revealed so far, she will make her MCU debut in Black Panther 2: Wakanda Forever, and the show will be a spin-off of it. Also no date.

Marvel Zombies

Perhaps the biggest surprise of the event was the confirmation that the Marvel Zombies series will gain an animation of its own. The story was quite popular in the comics and came to be slightly adapted in one of the most criticized episodes of What If...?. Still, the studio seems to have liked the idea and will bring these undead characters back. In the presentation, we even had a brief appearance of the Zombie Scarlet Witch, which indicates that it really should be a spin-off.

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