With an update regarding the new Disney + releases of November 2021, the streaming platform of the House of Mickey has announced that it has postponed the release of Marvel’s Hit-Monkey.
Initially scheduled for next November 17, the new animated series from Marvel Studios will arrive next year instead.
The new release date of Marvel’s Hit-Monkey
The first season of the show, which was supposed to debut simultaneously on Disney Plus (under the Star brand) and on Hulu, will air starting January 26, 2022 and, instead of one episode per week, will be made available in its entirety.
No details were provided as to the reasons for the postponement Marvel’s Hit-Monkey nor whether the postponement of the release date will only affect Disney + or even Hulu.
– Hit-Monkey (@hitmonkey) November 2, 2021
What is Hit-Monkey about?
Born from the pen of Daniel Way and with drawings by Dalibor Talajić, Hit Monkey follows the story of a Japanese snow monkey who survived the extermination of his community. Aided by the ghost of Bryce, an American assassin, the monkey goes in search of revenge within the Yakuza Tokyo environments becoming the famous “killer of the assassins”.
The animated series, a standalone project that is not part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, was conceived by the couple Josh Gordon and Will Speck with Joe Quesada who took care of the production.