Legendary will soon be getting the big stage, but they’re not the only one.
The superheroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe are now getting the spotlight on the upcoming fourth season of “Superheroes.”
“It’s just really awesome to see the diversity of the characters,” said Marvel’s Chief Creative Officer, Joe Quesada, in a video interview with Yahoo!
“It’s really cool to see how these characters come to be who they are.
It’s so exciting.
It really makes us realize that the Marvel universe is so vast and so diverse, and it’s just so cool to be a part of.”
According to Quesade, the Marvel characters will be introduced on the season premiere of the show, titled “Super Heroes.”
The full list of new heroes on the show is expected to be revealed in March.
The show has a strong core of characters that will be familiar to fans of the MCU.
The new team is led by a team of superheroes who will battle to save the Earth from destruction.
“Superhero” is based on Marvel Comics’ most recent “All-New, All-Different Marvel” event.
It takes place after “All Out War,” which takes place during the events of the first season of the franchise.
The characters will also be introduced in the upcoming “Marvel: Ultimate Alliance,” which is set to debut in March 2017.
The first “Marvel” movie, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” is set for release in 2020.