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Discussion in 'Marvel Films' started by terry78, May 9, 2013.
It is now confirmed.
Absolutely love the look.
Is San Francisokyo in the comics?
No it's created for the movie.
Just as long as it's not set in the MCU.
Definitely liking the look.
Sounds a bit like Iron Giant, with a superhero bent
I likewise wonder if this is gonna be set in the MCU.
I'm looking forward to it since I watch every movie that is part of Disney's Animated Canon.
It's weird to think that this will be a part of the Disney canon.
Sunfire, Sunpyre & Silver Samurai I guess won't be able to be in this for obvious reasons.
They're not using that version of the team anyway.
5 Marvel movies coming out next year. Dayum.
D23 presentation info
November 7, 2014 can't get here soon enough.
It's interesting but what's the setting about? Is it about an alternate reality where the Japanese and Americans worked together to build San Francisco or is it about the Americans loosing ww2 man in the high castle style?
Or am I over thinking this?
Probably the latter. t:
I can't remember the exact quote, but the name and setting is more of a representation of the merging of East and West, stylistically and culturally, within the movie.
Not to mention literally, with a western studio like Disney taking inspiration from Japanese anime.
Man, when you put it like that, it makes me even more excited.
Dang it, ThePowerCosmic, why do you have to make the wait for this even harder for me? t:
It's hard for me too, so you're not alone! t:
I mean this is Marvel's first animated movie release in theaters. And to add, Disney's making it. So excited for the possibilities.
So is this movie really based on the Marvel universe? It looks terrific, and as a big anime fan I'm glad to see Disney paying homage to that art style.
I don't know if they're paying homage to the "art style" since this will be in CGI BUT I do appreciate that they're keeping the Japanese roots of the characters the same...with the minor difference that they've changed Tokyo to San Fransokyo, but I can live with that as long as Hiro keeps his shounen protag roots.
Nah, I don't think it will be in the MCU if that's what you're asking. It will be Disney canon, though. So it'll be in the same universe as Tangled, Wreck-It Ralph, Frozen, etc.
Yeah, MCU is only for live action. Any animated Marvel films produced by Disney will be a part of Disney canon.