Earlier this year at Disney's D23 Expo, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige took the stage and revealed that several new MCU shows were heading to Disney+.
Two more Marvel heroes are one step closer to their small screen debuts as it was announced yesterday that both She-Hulk and Moon Knight has found their showrunners. In case you don't know who Moon Knight it (and I didn't until recently) he's a former marine/mercenary that gets left for dead then revived by a Moon god and then sort of becomes a hero. She receives an emergency blood transfusion that gives her a milder form of a transformation into her own version of the Hulk - one that allows her to live full-time in her Hulk form while holding down a job as a superhero lawyer. Jessica Gao, the Emmy-winning writer of Rick and Morty's memorable "Pickle Rick" episode, will be the showrunner of She-Hulk, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The property we're perhaps more excited about it She-Hulk.
It was announced on Friday that Jeremy Slater, who adapted The Umbrella Academy comics for Netflix and created Fox's The Exorcist series, will develop and lead the writing team for the new series set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Moon Knight, meanwhile, tends to be about character Marc Spector's fractured personalities.
Moon Knight is essentially a Batman-like vigilante who is either infused with the power of a moon God or insane, and he first appeared in Marvel's canon in 1975 with Werewolf by Night #32. Does he have powers, or is he just insane? That means we probably won't see these series until 2022, at which point I assume Disney will be beaming them all directly into our brains.