Marvel Studios has announced a whole new expanding slate of series’ and logos for Disney Plus with ‘X-Men ’97,’ ‘Spider-Man: Freshman Year,’ and ‘Marvel Zombies’ amongst them.

The announcement saw Marvel formally announce ‘Echo’ a live-action series spinning off Alaqua Cox’s character from the upcoming ‘Hawkeye’ series. Also announced were several animated series including ‘Spider-Man: Freshman Year’ and ‘Marvel Zombies’. A second season of ‘What If’ was confirmed, a Summer 2022 release window for ‘Ms. Marvel,’ new logos for ‘She-Hulk’ and ‘Secret Invasion’ were revealed, and the recently announced Agatha Harkness series finally revealed a title.

She-Hulk logo
Maslany plays Jennifer Walters, a lawyer who (at least in the comics) inherits similar Hulk powers after she receives a blood transfusion from her green-skinned cousin Bruce Banner. Luckily for Walters, when she Hulks out, she maintains control of her personality and intelligence
Marvel Zombies connects to Marvel comics, specifically a limited series written by Robert Kirkman with art by Sean Phillips that launched in late 2005
a series starring Dominique Thorne as Riri Williams, a genius inventor who creates the most advanced suit of armor since Iron Man
a series starring Kathryn Hahn as her character from “WandaVision.” Jac Schaefer returns as executive producer and head writer.
a series starring Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury and Ben Mendelsohn as the Skrull Talos—characters who first met in “Captain Marvel.” The crossover comic event series showcases a faction of shape-shifting Skrulls who have been infiltrating Earth for years.
a series starring Alaqua Cox as Maya Lopez, who will be introduced in “Hawkeye”
a series of original shorts exploring Baby Groot’s glory days growing up, and getting into trouble, among the stars. Directed by executive producer Kirsten Lepore

Spider-Man Freshman Year will be tied to the MCU while also evoking Marvel’s deeper history, with an aesthetic approach that, according to a press release, “celebrates the character’s early comic book roots.” This show will follow Peter Parker on his journey to becoming Spider-Man within the MCU, suggesting the show might dramatize this Peter’s origin story.

X-Men ’97 will reach back to its own origin story and will be a continuation of the beloved 1990s “X-Men” animated series that ran for five seasons on the Fox network from 1992 through 1997.