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Not content with the success of the Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon (or the Marvel Universe block on Disney XD, which has seemingly managed to outlast DC Network on Cartoon Network judging by recent events), Marvel was talking about its next animated series this weekend at NYCC, revealing details about the casts of both Avengers
Saturday morning is the right time for cartoons, and it was the right time for Jeph Loeb's Marvel Television Presents panel at San Diego Comic-Con, which focused entirely on the company's animated output. It also feature
The extraordinary success of The Avengers movie this summer is making waves across Disney and Marvel's other divisions: Not only are fans seeing this year's launch of Avengers Assemble and the modification of character costumes to reflect the look of the film in the comics division, but fans can expect to see a lot more of the team on television next year... even if current animated series Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes won't be the vessel.In an interview with TV Guide, Marvel TV boss Jeph Loeb confirmed reports that the newly-announced second season of Ultimate Spider-Man wi
Aaaand the Joss Whedon/Marvel Entertainment connection continues. Not content with writing the screenplay (based on Stan Lee and Jack Kirby's comic book work) and directing this summer's The Avengers movie, now one of his former Vampire Slayers -- and one-time Doll -- has signed up for duty on an upcoming Marvel animated series. Faith herself, Eliza Dushku, will voice S
The second half of the Marvel Television Presents panel concerned Marvel's slate of animated titles. Marvel TV head Jeph Loeb got right into it with a thorough introduction for the upcoming Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon. Involved in the series is Paul Dini, who