The release dates of Marvel’s first batch of live-action Disney+ shows are currently up in the air thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. But in a few weeks, fans will be able to view the Marvel Universe through the eye of the world’s top secret agent. Via Marvel.com, the animated Fury Files are coming to Disney+ later this month.
Fury Files originally aired on Disney XD several years ago during their Marvel Universe blocks, which consisted of shows like Ultimate Spider-Man, Avengers Assemble, Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. According to the official description, each episode takes on the form of a dossier on a different superhero or supervillain. These “files” were narrated by Nick Fury himself, voiced by Chi McBride. The episodes notably combined animation with motion comic artwork, making for a unique viewing experience. They were also quite short, clocking in at around three minutes apiece.
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This isn’t the only Marvel-related programming that Disney+ subscribers have to look forward to this month. The streaming service will also drop the second season of Marvel’s Future Avengers on May 22. The first season of this anime series hit Disney+ back in February.
Marvel’s Fury Files will premiere on Disney+ on May 15.
Will you tune in to watch the new series? Which characters are you most excited to see profiled? Let us know in the comment section below!
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