Here's a list of the biggest Marvel projects revealed at San Diego Comic-Con 2022

With all the confusion on the number of trailers released, we thought we'd make a list of the biggest upcoming Marvel offerings


                            Here's a list of the biggest Marvel projects revealed at San Diego Comic-Con 2022
Several of Marvel's upcoming projects were unveiled at the convention (Instagram)
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It's almost the end of the annual SDCC and we have already got what we needed in terms of trailers and updates about upcoming movies. However, for people not at the Comic Con, extended cuts and exclusive footages are to dream for.

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Some of the panels notoriously keep their reveals exclusive to fans at the convention. However, with all the confusion on the number of movie trailers released, we bring to you a quick sum up of the biggest Marvel movies going to release soon.

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Some of the movies did not have their trailers released, but we did our bit of research to give you all the details you need. So here's the list:

1. Marvel's Multiverse Saga

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Marvel's next bit includes Phases 4,5 and 6. After the amalgamation of the Infinity Saga through 'Avengers: Infinity War' and 'Avengers: Endgame', the franchise is moving forward with the next chapter of its narrative. Phase 4 ended with ' Black Panther: Wakanda Forever' and the panel talked about Phase 5 at the Comic-Con - 'Secret Invasion'.

'The Multivesre Saga' Cover Page (Twitter/ Marvel Studios)
'The Multivesre Saga' Cover Page (Twitter/ Marvel Studios)

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2. MCU's Avenger 5 and 6

During the presentation MCU was most excited to announce, the studio confirmed the next two Avengers movies, titled 'Avengers: The Kang Dynasty' and 'Avengers: Secret Wars.' Both films will be their Phase 6. 'Avengers: The Kang Dynasty' is said to release on May 2, 2025, while 'Avengers: Secret Wars' will release just a few months later on November 7, 2025. Deadline Hollywood recently tweeted, "Kevin Feige reveals the Russo brothers are not directing the next ‘Avengers’ movies".

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3. 'Guardians of the Galaxy 3'

High Evolutionary is confirmed to be 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3's villain, and Chukwudi Iwuji debuted his full costume at the San Diego Comic-Con 2022. The final installment of James Gunn's 'Guardians of the Galaxy' trilogy is among the most anticipated of Marvel Studios' upcoming projects. 

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A still from the trailer of 'Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol3' (Youtube/Screen Culture)
A still from the trailer of 'Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol3' (Youtube/Screen Culture)

4. Captain America 4

Marvel Studios surprised audiences with the announcement of Captain America 4 shortly after 'The Falcon' and the 'Winter Soldier' concluded. While 'Thor: Love and Thunder' made Thor the first Marvel solo hero to get a fourth film, Captain America 4 presents a way to continue the franchise with a new actor and character taking over the mantle, just like in the comics. Captain America 4 is titled 'Captain America: New World Order'.

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A still from 'Captain America 4' (Youtube/Screen Culture)
A still from 'Captain America 4' (Youtube/Screen Culture)

5. Fantastic 4

Marvel announced the Fantastic Four release date at San Diego Comic-Con. A Fantastic Four movie has long been in the works, with 'No Way Home' director Jon Watts formerly attached to the project. Marvel Studios announced that Fantastic Four will hit the theaters on November 8, 2024. The film will also kick off Phase 6 of the MCU.

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6. Ironheart

Marvel announced during its San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) panel that Ironheart will release in Fall 2023. Ironheart will see Dominique Thorne play Riri Williams, the lead character and a 15-year-old engineering student who invents a new suit of armor similar to Iron Man's exoskeleton using materials stolen from her MIT campus.

Cover Page of 'IronHeart' (Twitter/Marvel Studios)
Cover Page of 'IronHeart' (Twitter/Marvel Studios)

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7. 'Echo'

Marvel announced during the San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) 2022 that 'Echo' will premiere in Summer 2023. Alaqua Cox's 'Echo' received a glowing reception from fans and critics, which solidified Marvel's plans to move forward with a spin-off show centered on the commander of the Tracksuit Mafia. Although full plot details on Echo have not yet been outlined, the show will reportedly see Maya returning to her hometown and reconnecting with her family, community, and Native American roots.

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8. Loki Season 2

Tom Hiddleston will return as Loki as season 2's release has been confirmed for Summer 2023. The Disney+ series follows the titular character as he tries to solve the mysteries of the Time Variance Authority and earn back his freedom after escaping during 'Avengers: Endgame's Time Heist. No exact release date has been announced at the time of writing, but a Summer 2023 release puts it two years after season 1 premiered on Disney+.

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A still from trailer of 'Loki 2' (Youtube/Screen Culture)
A still from trailer of 'Loki 2' (Youtube/Screen Culture)

9. 'Spider-Man: Freshman Year'

Marvel Studios has shared new details about 'Spider-Man: Freshman Year' at the San Diego Comic-Con 2022. The new homemade suit for Peter Parker in 'Spider-Man: Freshman Year' is one of several new suits that he will wear during the animated series. The other designs include a white and black suit reminiscent of the Future Foundation Spider-Man suit from the comics, an all-black suit, a neon-colored suit, and one with wings. The movie has officially been slated for a 2024 release, and season 2 has also already been confirmed by Marvel Studios.

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10. 'X-Men 97'

The first look at Marvel Studios' 'X-Men 97' show, the continuation of 'X-Men: The Animated Series,' has arrived. X-Men '97's development comes on the heels of plenty of mutant activity in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, leaving audiences even more curious about what the studio will do with the series and its possible connections to the multiverse.

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11. Marvel Zombies

A long-due Zombie version of our superheroes. At Comic-Con, 'Marvel Zombies' images showed a first look at the Disney+ show. 'Marvel Zombies' is a concept that originated with the comic book miniseries of the same name that ran from December 2005 to April 2006. The virus infects many of the established heroes from the Avengers, X-Men, and the Fantastic Four, and they thus pose more of a threat than normal zombies because they retain their superpowers. The movie will premiere on Disney+ in 2024 and have a mature rating.

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