Many fans of The walking dead Enjoy watching other zombie themed movies and shows. It’s always interesting to see the creators of the different versions of the living dead. There are a lot of choices, some better than others. Recently, Marvel introduced zombies via the What if… series.
“What if … Zombies” was a very well done production of zombies in the MCU. I’m not an MCU enthusiast, but I loved the concept and the execution was enjoyable. There were a few moments where I questioned something that wasn’t resolved, but things resolved well at the end of the episode, living up to my expectations.
This episode featured many Marvel characters, some as themselves, others as zombie counterparts. Danai Gurira plays Michonne on The walking dead, and Okoye, a Marvel Cinematic Universe superhero, voiced his MCU character in this episode.
Marvel Zombies Trailer
As this series has only just been announced, there is no trailer at this time. Be careful, there are some brilliantly made videos by fans that you may mistake for reality.
Disney + Day 2021 has announced many new features to come, including Marvel Zombies, whose logo art is shown below.
Considering the success of the episode “What if … Zombies”, it’s no surprise that Marvel zombies in development. If anyone can run over Jane Austen and zombies in Pride and
Zombies of Prejudice and create a zombie musical in Anna and the Apocalypse; I say why not bring zombies to the MCU.
The Marvel Studios animated series reinvents the Marvel universe as a new generation of heroes battle an ever-spreading zombie plague. Directed by executive producer Bryan Andrews and written by executive producer Zeb Wells.
When I first heard about it, I wondered if this series would pick up where “What if … Zombies” left off, but the emphasis on “a new generation” makes it seem like it will happen in a different timeline. Other than what Marvel shared above, we don’t know much else about this series. It will be interesting to see how it evolves.