The return of Marvel Studios to San Diego Comic-Con was the blockbuster that fans have come to anticipate. The breadth was eventually made plain after months of hand-wringing from Marvel fans about their desire for a clear map of where the post-Endgame phases were heading and worries that Marvel Studios didn’t have an overall plan in action (which, come on. Of course it does), Kevin Feige, the head of Marvel Studios, released trailers, release dates, and sneak glimpses at forthcoming projects including the previously announced films Blade, Captain America: New World Order, Fantastic Four, and Thunderbolts. He also provided an overview of Phases 5 and 6, which culminated with Avengers: Secret Wars and the end of what is now known as The Multiverse Saga

The Multiverse Saga still has at least eight more projects to be unveiled, some of which will undoubtedly be revealed during D23 in September. As is to be expected, the Marvel Studios panel gave viewers a lot of material to process at once. However, we currently have a very solid notion of where things are going. However, it is unclear how certain initiatives will fit into the multiverse and what their scope will be.

She-Hulk, Marvel Studios’ entry into the half-hour comedy genre, will be the next and last Marvel program of the year. The nine-episode Jessica Gao television series centers on Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany), whose life is drastically altered as a result of receiving blood from her cousin Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo), better known as The Hulk. The newest season teaser emphasizes the competition between the two siblings, with Walters demonstrating her superior Hulkness to Bruce while also defending clients with superpowers like The Abomination (Tim Roth).

At Comic-Con, the breathtaking Wakanda Forever teaser made fans amazed who were understandably anxious and still mourning the passing of star Chadwick Boseman. T’Challa’s death in the MCU was a contentious choice taken by Marvel, one that will merit additional discussion once the movie is published. The fact that Wakanda’s mythology has been expanded by filmmaker Ryan Coogler and his team is undeniable. With Nakia (Lupita Nyong’o), Ramonda (Angela Bassett), Okoye (Danai Gurira), Shuri (Letitia Wright), and newcomers Aneka (Michaela Coel), who had a significant role in Ta-Nehisi Coates’ acclaimed Black Panther series, taking center stage, the sequel intends to focus on the ladies of Wakanda. Riri Williams (Dominque Thorne), the protagonist of Ironheart, will create her own legacy.

The Multiverse Saga is supposed to end in 2025, or a little over three years, according to Marvel Studios’ Comic-Con schedule, but you should anticipate the consequences to last a bit longer. Because there are so many other worlds to discover.

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