Rumors: Marvel Developing Animated Show About Ancient Cosmic Beings

Rumors Marvel Developing Animated Show about Ancient Cosmic Beings

Marvel has quite a few projects being either lined up for release or in development despite the historic SAG-AFTRA strike shuffling the schedule around. Bob Iger did come out to the public with a statement that Marvel Studios should focus more on quality than quantity since the drop in fans’ interest is evident, as it wasn’t really a good year for Marvel projects financially. 

Still, yesterday, a new animated show titled ‘Eyes of Wakanda’ was announced, and if Daniel Richtman, a notable scopper, is to be believed, Marvel is developing yet another animated project about a clandestine group of cosmic beings, citing anime as the main influence of the show. 

The main protagonists of the show should engage in epic cosmic battles and reshape the fate of the universe. This led fans to believe that the show would revolve around Eternals and Celestials, with some fans even going as far as to talk about this unnamed show being a sequel to the movie Eternals. There’s not much to go on currently, as the Marvel universe is filled with cosmic beings and abstract entities, both benevolent and malevolent in nature.


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It’s not surprising that Marvel is slowly but surely stepping into the animated waters. After all, Season 1 of ‘What If…?’ was relatively successful, and now the early critics are praising the soon-to-be-released season 2, noting major improvements in both animation and storytelling. There’s also the upcoming animated show ‘X-Men 97’ scheduled to be released sometime in 2024. Even though the show hasn’t aired a second of material, it has already been renewed for a second season, with the studio expecting it to be a massive hit. 

All in all, it looks like good times are ahead for Marvel fans who prefer animated projects to live-action projects. What’s your opinion on it? Let us know in the comments below!

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