Marvel Announces Brand new Animation Panel for San Diego Comic-Con
One of the most beloved traditions of the MCU is returning, with the studio going back to Hall H to make some massive announcement of the future of the Marvel Universe; it turns out, there will be more than anticipated, as Marvel announces a brand new Animation panel for San Diego Comic-Con.
The connection between Marvel studios and the San Diego Comic-Con event will always remain, as it is on the stage at Hall H where the mystique surrounding the massive interconnected film franchise first started blooming.
The event would become the arena in which Marvel has made some of its biggest announcements, and with it ceasing operations for a time following the horrific after-effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has finally been announced to make this triumphant return.
Alongside that return, however, is also the news that Marvel will once again take the stage at Hall H to bring to light what fans can expect out of the uncertain future of the MCU, with Thor: Love and Thunder marking the final project from the studio’s the last appearance at San Diego Comic-Con 2019.
IT turns out that Marvel will need more time than in previous years to get to all their announcements, as Marvel has announced a new Animation panel for this year’s San Diego Comic-Con.
The report of this second panel has been revealed by ComicBook.com, which noted that “Marvel Studios has a 90-minute panel scheduled for Friday, July 22.”
The report continued, and mentioned, “That panel will bring Marvel’s head of streaming, television, and animation Brad Winderbaum and head of visual development Ryan Meinerding to the stage with exclusive looks at upcoming animated titles…”
There is no denying the level of anticipation for the animated projects that Marvel has currently in development; with long-awaited titles like X-Men ’97, Spider-Man: Freshman Year, Marvel Zombies, and the second season of What If…? highlighting the coming slate.
Hopefully, we will get some more information on what to expect out of this second panel, with the possibility that Marvel’s dabbling in the world of animation won’t stop at just Disney+ projects.