Marvel: All about the new phases of the MCU announced at Comic Con

A few days ago the new edition of the San Diego Comic Con ended, the most important event of the year in which numerous production companies and companies make big announcements in which future projects advance, all of them related to the world of the geek. This year, for example, we had previews of the new film by Dungeons and Dragons or some DC heroes like Black Adam either Shazam Fury of the Gods. But without a doubt, the palm this year goes to Marvel, with one of the most epic panels in his recent history.

Phase 5 is (practically) here

The most interesting thing has come with the announcement that Phase 4 (that of the multiverse they said) he has two newscasts left. The Marvel Studios panel began with Kevin Feige, head of this UCM announcing that would come to an end this year with the premiere of the series of She-Hulk: Lawyer She-Hulk in August and the film of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever in November. So to all those who thought that this Phase 4 still had a long way to go and that it was just starting… nothing at all.

Immediately afterwards, and in a dramatic turn of events, Feige presented the new Phase 5 in its entirety at the San Diego Comic Con, which will be composed of the following projects:

  • Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (February 17, 2023): film in which we will be introduced to the great villain of these phases, Kang the Conqueror. We’ll see how things end.
  • Secret Invasion (Spring 2023): Disney+ series in which we will follow Nick Fury and the skrull Talos trying to hunt down other skrulls who have infiltrated the Earth.
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (May 5, 2023): feature film in which characters like Adam Warlock or High Evolutionary will introduce us… let’s see how it connects with everything we’ve seen (including Thor).
  • Threw out (summer 2023): series coming to Disney+, derived from Hawkeye, and in which we will see Maya López trying to face the consequences of what he did at the end of the Clint Barton series.
  • Loki S2 (Summer 2023): The second installment within this Disney+ series in which we will see what happened to our favorite Asgardian god now that the multiverse has been unleashed.
  • the marvels (July 28, 2023): In this movie We will see characters like Captain Marvel, Ms. Marvel and Monica Rambeau team up to face threats from other worlds.
  • Blade (November 3, 2023): in this movie we will be introduced to the best known vampire slayer of the company, with rumors that he could face the fearsome Dracula.
  • iron heart (Fall 2023): Solo series from Riri Williams, coming to Disney+. This is a new version of Iron Man that will be introduced for the first time in the UCM in Black Panther Wakanda Forever.
  • Agatha Coven of Chaos (Winter 2023/24): Production for Disney+ in which we will follow Agatha Harkness, the charismatic villain from the series WandaVision.
  • Daredevil Born Again (Spring 2024): series destined for Disney+, consisting of 18 chapters and starring Charlie Cox and Vincent D’Onofrio in the same roles as the legendary series produced by Netflix in 2015.
  • Captain America New World Order (May 3, 2024): Fourth installment of Captain America and the first starring actor Anthony Mackie, formerly known as Falcon.
  • Thunderbolts (July 26, 2024): film in which the government recruits a group of supervillains for them to perform somewhat dubious missions. Smells like suicide squad perhaps?

And Phase 6?

But wait, there is more. Just before the end of the Marvel panel at San Diego Comic Con, Some of the projects that make up Phase 6 were presented. fantastic four It will be the film that opens this phase with a release date of November 8, 2024.

the Avengers

But the final climax was the announcement of Avengers: The Kang dynasty Y Avengers: Secret Wars for May 2 and November 7, 2025, respectively. That’s how it is, two Avengers movies IN ONE YEAR (no, they will not be the ones in the image you have above).

Finally, confirmation came from Marvel Studios that Phases 4, 5 and 6 are officially “The Saga of the Multiverse”. Sounds good, doesn’t it?

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