Another day, another good news to share with Marvel superhero fans.

In our previous article, it has been announced that Disney’s upcoming streaming platform, Disney+ is set to debut a number of live-action superhero TV series, including Loki, Hawkeye, The Falcon & The Winter Soldier, WandaVision and also animation series What if are among others that are slated to premier on stream in between 2020 and 2021.

Source: The Geek Realm

However, the announcement doesn’t stop there. During the D23 Expo 2019 held in Anaheim, California recently, Disney dished more exciting news about Disney+ by bringing in together 3 more TV series for Marvel fans.


For those who are curious, here are the 3 superhero series that are set to make their debut in the upcoming Disney+ platform.

1. She-Hulk

Source: Amazon

In the original comic book, She-Hulk (real name Jennifer Walters) is a cousin of the original Hulk, Bruce Banner. After Walters received a blood transfusion from Banner, she accidentally took in some of Banner’s gamma poisoning. As a result, she transformed into a more intelligent, controlled iteration of Hulk, which is a complete opposite from the original male version of the green bodied superhero.

2. Ms. Marvel

Source: Marvel

In the Marvel comic book series, Kamala Khan is a Muslim teenager from Pakistan. Her family moved to America before she was born and resided in in Jersey City. She came into her powers by accident though. After being exposed to mutagenic substance Terrigen Mists, she finds herself being able to manipulate her body shape and size.

Fun fact: Her 3 favourite superheroes are Steve Rogers, Tony Stark and Carol Danvers.

3. Moon Knight

Source: Marvel

Moon Knight tells the story about a mercenary named Mark Specter who was left for dead in the Egyptian desert. The character is described as a man who is “struggling with multiple personalities and amoral inclinations” who acts like a cloaked avenger.

Details including the casting and also the exact premier dateare yet to be released. But it was reported by The Verge that all of the series are currently in development. Fans might have to wait for more updates by Marvel.



In the meantime, click here to take a full look at the new movies under Marvel Phase 4 that are set to premier soon.

Sources: The Verge, Gempak.

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