Marvel gave a chance to some of its "side characters" to stand in front and center of their own Disney + TV series, including "The Falcon" and "The Winter Soldier," "Wanda and Vision," and Lok Loki's naughty brother .
But some fans think that Marvel doesn't need to stop here.
There is no doubt that Marvel has many characters deserving of its own shows. But how much can Kevin Fage and company produce? And is there a limit to how much Marvel some people can take?
We'll find out after 2021, which is bursting at the seams featuring Marvel and movies.
What Marvel already has in the works
Although Disney + launches next month, Marvel will have nothing new until next year when the TV shows begin to air.
The first exit from the gate is The Falcon and the Winter Soldier in the Fall of 2020. The next, in the spring of 2021, is WandaVision another duocentric show with Elizabeth Olson and Paul Bethany.
Then comes Loki . Summer brings us What if is a speculative animated series exploring different alternative realities. Finally, the Hockie show arrives in the fall of 2021.
In addition, Marvel has already announced two more Disney + shows, though they have no set premiere dates: She-Hulk, Moon Knight and same. Marvel .
And apart from all these, there are two documentary series, The Marvel Hero Project and Marvel's 616 .
The first, for young people changing their communities, will debut this November, and the second, a behind-the-scenes showcase, will arrive in the first year of the new streaming service.
So the 10 Marvels will show up in the next two or three years. And that doesn't even take into account all the films: Two Next Year ( Black Widow and Eternal ) and four in 2021: Shan-chi Doctor Strange Sequel, Spiderman 3 and Thor: Love and Thunder .
Will Marvel Fans Have Enough Money? And are there enough hours during the day?
What fans would like to see at Disney +
Marvel fans on Reddit have a number of suggestions and some of them are complicated. One fan offers a show not just for one character, but for several:
- "Creating the Avengers of the West Bank.
- Ant Man / Giant Man
- Mockingbird  War Machine
- The Iron Boy "
More than one person suggested that the war machine, AKA Rhodey, played by Don Cheadle, may be suitable for his own series or for a team series.
The starter theme states: "if he cannot port a whole series himself, he will form an original film crew consisting of other underused characters . "
WandaVision is described as Marvel's sitcom experience, and fans suggest that members of the Guardian galaxy can make entertaining shows, such as with the participation of Rocket and Groot.
A series of Howard Duck was also floating. : Once in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, and again as one of the hordes of heroes rushing to fight Thanos.
This will go a long way toward resurrecting a character who stars in the movie star and missed the kilometer with the widely mocked 1986 movie.
How likely are we to get all these shows?
Fans' imaginations may be unlimited, but even Disney's cash flow is not. Yes, the films themselves have won billions of dollars. But making all these MCU movies and TV shows won't be cheap.
According to Business Insider, an episode could cost $ 25 million. With each broadcast of about 6 to 8 episodes, this will mean that each series will cost about $ 150 million, which is about the budget of one of the films.
And let's not forget that Disney also owns Star Wars, and they also have television shows. The Mandalore will cost about $ 15 million per episode, which fits in with the budget of Game of Thrones.
Even the Disney printing licenses do not always take away. Just ask the creators of The Lone Ranger, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil or Wrinkle in Time .
Can the gravity train continue to move or will the gravel drip dry? That seems inconceivable to the hugely profitable Marvel now. Much depends on how well Disney + shows the fare.