SALT LAKE CITY — Marvel Studios isn’t going to slow down in the wake of “Avengers: Endgame.” In fact, the company seems to be going full throttle.
Marvel and Disney announced Friday a rundown of new shows centered around Marvel superheroes that are expected to arrive on Disney Plus. The announcement came during the D23 Expo, an annual convention from Disney.
New shows expected to drop include “Ms. Marvel,” which will center around Kamala Khan, a character from the Marvel comics. The show will be a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
“Moon Knight” will also get a Disney Plus series, which will focus on Marc Spector, who struggles with multiple personalities and amoral inclinations.
And then there is “She-Hulk,” which will focus on Jennifer Walters, who is cousins with Bruce Banner. She becomes just as strong and as smart as Hulk when she gets inflicted with Gamma powers.
But don’t forget — this is nowhere near the end of the road. Marvel announced earlier this year at San Diego Comic-Con that we should expect to series like “Hawkeye,” “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” “WandaVision,” “Loki” and “What If...?” on Disney Plus, too.
And, according to ComicBook.com’s Brandon Davis, we should expect to see a slew of characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe by 2022, including Moon Knight, She Hulk, Ms. Marvel, Thor, Doctor Strange, US Agent, Jane Foster, Hawkeye, Kate Bishop, Scarlet Witch, Vision, Valkyrie, Falcon, Winter Soldier, Black Widow, Loki, Shang-Chi, Monica Rambeau, and the Eternals.