It is going to be a massive year for Marvel. Marvel Studios is lining up around six series to release on Disney+ throughout the year. There have still been some remnants of the original Marvel TV team, whose last projects are getting released. Helstrom released at the end of last year exclusively on Hulu without the iconic branding, which made it feel disconnected from the other releases. The streaming service has one more Marvel series, and that is the upcoming stop-motion series MODOK. After a long wait, we finally got the official release date. According to an official post by the service, it will release on May 21st. Not just that, the release date also came with a brand new trailer that teases a lot of insanity, fights with SHIELD, and a new perspective on Marvel’s world.
M.O.D.O.K. DECIDES THE SCHEDULE FOR HIS OWN SHOW! MARVEL’S M.O.D.O.K. PREMIERES MAY 21, ONLY ON HULU! #MODOKHulu pic.twitter.com/NcI2FtFYBP
— Marvel's M.O.D.O.K. on Hulu (@MarvelsMODOK) February 25, 2021
The series will follow the Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing. Patton Oswalt will be voicing the giant head. It will follow the iconic Marvel villain as he balances leading AIM as a company, his dream of conquering the world, and still maintaining a family life. The series was created by Stoopid Buddy Stoodios, who many might know from their work on Robot Chicken. It originally was intended to crossover with other series, which would become The Offenders series. Marvel canceled Howard the Duck, as well as Tigra and Dazzler. There currently do not seem to be any plans for MODOK to continue beyond its first season as Marvel Studios expands into Disney+.
Source: Twitter, Slash Film