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Marvel has taken to San Diego Comic Con to outline the titles included in the rest of Phase 4 and throughout Phase 5, as well as a couple from Phase 6!

I've been a little disappointed in some of the MCU projects lately, but I'm hoping that a couple of new Avengers movies means that they actually have an idea of where they're going with this whole era and not just fumbling around in the dark.

Here's how the lineup stands as it is:

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Phase 4:

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law (TV) – August 17, 2022

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Cinematic) – November 10th, 2022

Phase 5:

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (Cinematic) – February 16th, 2023

Secret Invasion (TV) – 2023

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 (Cinematic) – May 5th, 2023

Echo (TV) – 2023

Loki Season 2 (TV) – 2023

Iron Heart (TV) – 2023

Agatha: Coven of Chaos (TV)  – 2023

The Marvels (Cinematic) – July 27th, 2023

Blade (Cinematic) – November, 2023

Captain America: New World Order (Cinematic) – May, 3rd 2024

Daredevil: Born Again (TV) – 2024

Thunderbolts (Cinematic) – July 26th, 2024

Phase 6:

Fantastic Four (Cinematic) – November 2024

Avengers: The Kang Dynasty (Cinematic) – May 2025

Avengers: Secret Wars (Cinematic) – November 2025

 

 

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I think it's great that they are adapting so much of their IP, but for non-comic fans, I can see how this phase comes across a little messy and aimless. Having read a lot of the source material when I was growing up, I could see the rough idea of where they were headed, but at the same time, also agree that introducing so many characters in their own projects makes the roadmap hard to follow.

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11 hours ago, Cypher said:

I think it's great that they are adapting so much of their IP, but for non-comic fans, I can see how this phase comes across a little messy and aimless. Having read a lot of the source material when I was growing up, I could see the rough idea of where they were headed, but at the same time, also agree that introducing so many characters in their own projects makes the roadmap hard to follow.

I'm totally down for new characters, but what I'm not enjoying is the whole "introduce a character, kill them off five minutes later, then have them come back as a variant of themselves" trend :awkwardney: It just feels like there's no real stakes to these deaths when people can just be reintroduced whenever the writers decide they want them back. But I'm hoping they've learnt from the last couple of movies and things will get better from here on out <3 

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