The traditional X-Men: The Animated Collection is getting a sequel sequence on Disney Plus in 2023: the newly introduced X-Men ‘97, which “explores new tales in the iconic ‘90s timeline of the authentic sequence.” The announcement was made in the most becoming of fashions, after all: the “Sad Wolverine” meme from the authentic show.
Beau DeMayo shall be the head author for the upcoming show, with authentic X-Men: The Animated Collection showrunners Eric and Julia Lewald and director Larry Houston set to help consult on the show.
Moreover, returning solid members Cal Dodd, Lenore Zann, George Buza, Alison Sealy-Smith, Chris Potter, Catherine Disher, Adrian Hough, and Christopher Britton shall be a part of X-Men ‘97, though Marvel’s announcement notes that whereas a few of these actors shall be reprising their roles, others shall be voicing new characters. Jennifer Hale, Anniwaa Buachie, Ray Chase, Matthew Waterson, JP Karliak, Holly Chou, Jeff Bennett, and AJ LoCascio are additionally set to be part of the solid.
The revival sequence isn’t set to debut for a few years (animation takes time!), though the authentic five-season run of X-Men: The Animated Collection is already out there to watch on Disney Plus.
The upcoming sequence can also be set to be produced by Marvel Studios, making it the first X-Men-related mission from the group since Disney received the rights to the mutant superheroes in its acquisition of twentieth Century Fox. Nevertheless, provided that X-Men ‘97 will proceed the storylines from the authentic show, it appears unlikely that it’ll be a part of the interconnected internet of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, regardless of being produced by Marvel Studios.
X-Men ‘97 will hit Disney Plus someday in 2023, becoming a member of a crowded record of different authentic Marvel exhibits that Disney introduced at its Disney Plus Day presentation, together with Agatha: Home of Harkness and Spider-Man: Freshman 12 months.
Replace Friday November twelfth, 12:28pm: Added extra casting and manufacturing particulars.