After a long-time without an official Disney+ release date, it seems that, aside the fact that Marvel Studio's is now eyeing a date sometime during Christmas of this year, the episode titles for Marvel Studio's What-If...? Season 2 have been revealed!
This post comes from X user The Nerd Rage Podcast, who revealed all nine-upcoming episode titles for Marvel Studio's What-If...? Season 2:
The 9 episodes of 'What If...?' Season 2 have been revealed!
• What if Gamora killed Thanos?
• What if Captain Carter finds Hydra Stomper? (Continued from Season 1)
• What if the Tesseract landed in Haudenosaunee Confederacy before the colonization of America? (Introduction of new hero Kahhori)
• What if Hank Pym & Janet Van Dyne fought the Red Guardian during 1980’s?
• What if Yondu delivered Star-Lord to Ego?
• What if Happy Hogan saved Christmas? (Iron Man 3)
• What if Wanda had grown up watching musicals instead of sitcoms?
• What if Odin & Hela had faced Wenwu?
• What if Avengers had fought Surtur?
Many of these episodes' plots have been teased months back, and it appears that Season 2 is embracing the randomized theme of the series than Season 1 had. Expect some interesting standout episodes, as those like What If Happy Hogan saved Christmas? and What if Wanda had grown up watching musicals? Should be a fun viewing experience.
Are you excited for Marvel Studio's What-If...? Season 2?
Marvel Studio's is currently eyeing a Christmas 2023 release date for Marvel Studio's What-If...? Season 2. We will keep you updated if any news on the subject surfaces.
Marvel Studio's What If...? is an American animated anthology series created by A. C. Bradley for the streaming service Disney+, based on the Marvel Comics series of the same name. It is the fourth television series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) produced by Marvel Studios, and the studio's first animated series from Marvel Studios Animation. The series explores alternate timelines in the multiverse that show what would happen if major moments from the MCU films occurred differently. Bradley serves as head writer for the first two seasons, with Bryan Andrews directing.
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