While the MCU Phase 4 TV shows may be seeing some delays thanks to the pandemic-related shutdowns around the world (sorry, Falcon And Winter Soldier fans, that wait is going to be a bit longer than anticipated), there will still be some brand new Marvel content hitting the platform sooner rather than later. Check out these exclusive sneak peek clips of the upcoming Marvel 616 show which promises to go in-depth with the comics that make the movies and TV shows possible.
In the first clip, which comes from the fourth episode titled “Lost And Found,”, we see legendary Marvel creators like Reginald Hudlin, G. Willow Wilson, and Gerry Dugan getting candid about their work and the inspiration they drew from for their respective runs on characters like Ms. Marvel and Black Panther. Their stories range from incredibly topical, as is the case with Hudlin, who wrote T’Challa’s comics from 2005 to 2008 (and famously wrote the story where T’Challa married Storm of the X-Men). Others are–well, much less so, like Dugan who explains his interest in d-list nobody Doctor Druid by describing him as a “guy in a bathrobe” that looked like The Dude from The Big Lebowski.
The second clip, from Episode 2, titled “Higher, Further, Faster” is devoted entirely to Kamala Khan co-creators G. Willow Wilson and Sana Amanat who offer up their personal stories from their time spent creating Kamala as a character worthy of inheriting Carol Danvers’ Ms. Marvel mantle–and about the hungry, underserved fanbase of young women who are eager to see themselves reflected back in the superhero stories they love. Kamala has certainly come a long way from her comic book roots and will be starring in the upcoming Avengers video game–so if you haven’t done your research into her story, this would be a great place to start.
You’ll be able to learn more about Marvel’s 616 during Comics-Con At Home. The panel is scheduled for Thursday, July 23 at 1 PM PST/3 PM EST.
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