Disney bringing 90s Spider-Man, X-Men animated series back to the small screen

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Marvel fans–your favorite animated 90s series of Spider-Man and X-Men are coming back to TV from Disney in their all-new streaming service Disney+.

As we recently reported, everyone’s favorite classic afternoon Disney cartoons of “Ducktales,” “TaleSpin,” “Rescue Rangers,” and “Darkwing Duck” will be premiering with the debut of Disney+. Although, now it seems Disney is adding even more 90s series to this list, including Marvel favorites! The news of these additions come from users who are testing out the new streaming service in a beta edition in the Netherlands.

In addition to Spider-Man and X-Men, the streaming service is also going to include “Spider-Woman” (1979), “Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends “(1982), “Iron Man” (1994), “Spider-Man The Animated Series” (1994), “Fantastic Four” (1994) and “Incredible Hulk” (1996). All among many others.

 

In addition to these classic Marvel shows, the new streaming service is set to include a bunch of new ones as well. These include the following:

  • The Falcon and The Winter Soldier – Anthony Mackie will return as Falcon and Sebastian Stan will reprise his role as Winter Soldier in the new Marvel Studios series.
  • Loki – Tom Hiddleston will reprise his role as Loki in the new Marvel Studios series.
  • WandaVision – Elizabeth Olsen will return as Wanda Maximoff and Paul Bettany will reprise his role as The Vision in the new Marvel Studios series.
  • Ms. Marvel – The show will focus on the other big female superhero with Marvel in her name and according to sources, Marvel has hired Bisha K. Ali to write and act as showrunner.
  • What If – The “What If” stands as the kookiest and most obscure comic book franchise by Marvel, as it features storylines pulled from major Marvel characters that are twisted into alternate realities.

Have you already or are you planning to subscribe to Disney+ before its premiere on Nov. 12, 2019? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: Comicbook.com 

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