We recently reported that Disney XD would not only be bringing Season 4 of Marvel’s Avengers to fans later this June but that the show would be tackling the “Secret Wars” storyline. In addition to the season’s one-hour premiere and follow-up episodes, Disney XD has also released animated shorts introducing the team’s newest characters. Interestingly, they all seem to focus around the young superheroine, Ms. Marvel.
Check out the origin stories of Captain Marvel, Black Panther, Ms. Marvel, Ant-Man, Wasp, and Vision below!
Ms. Marvel became a hero when she used her powers for good. Captain America reminds Ms. Marvel how her heart and compassion will always be the source of her real power.
It’s Ms. Marvel’s first official day as an Avenger! But what was supposed to be awesome, quickly turns intimidating. Will Ms. Marvel learn to trust herself and join her new team?
Vision’s heart is bigger than anyone’s (even if he is a synthetic human). Ms. Marvel is reminded of her own compassion through his story.
The chemistry and teamwork of Ant-Man and Wasp inspire Ms. Marvel to depend on her team and trust in her training.
Captain Marvel is Ms. Marvel’s favorite hero. Hearing her story helps inspire Ms. Marvel to be more tough and confident.
Ms. Marvel is inspired by Black Panther and his duty to not only the Avengers, but to his home country of Wakanda. He will do whatever it takes to protect them.
For every hero that falls, another will rise! Marvel’s Avengers: Secret Wars 1-hour event Premieres Saturday, June 17 on Disney XD.
Picking up right after the events of season three “Ultron Revolution,” the fourth season finds Tony Stark trapped in another dimension. While the Avengers muster all of their knowledge and strength to try and find a way to bring him back, they are attacked by a new Cabal of villains who scatter the mighty heroes across space and time. With the help of the Black Panther’s new team, including Captain Marvel, Ms. Marvel, Ant-Man, Wasp and Vision, the Avengers must reunite in time to save the universe.
The series stars: Mick Wingert as Iron Man, Fred Tatasciore as Hulk, Roger Craig Smith as Captain America, Travis Willingham as Thor, Troy Baker as Hawkeye, Laura Bailey as Black Widow, Bumper Robinson as Falcon, David Kaye as Vision, James Matthis III as Black Panther, Kathreen Khavari as Ms. Marvel, Josh Keaton as Ant-Man, Kari Wahlgren as Wasp and Grey Griffin as Captain Marvel.
Produced by Marvel Animation, the series’ creative team includes executive producers Alan Fine, Dan Buckley, Joe Quesada, Cort Lane, Eric Radomski, and Jeph Loeb; co-executive producers Stan Lee and Stephen Wacker; supervising producers Eugene Son, Danielle Wolff, and Harrison Wilcox; and supervising director Jeff Allen.