The previously announced Marvel's Hero Project non-written non-fiction book series will be available for streaming from the 12th of November as the first day title.
"In life, doesn & # 39; It is not necessary to wear an iron suit, wear a mythical hammer, or swing from spider webs to be a true hero. Sometimes the person who can make a positive difference in the world is the person who simply sees a problem and has the passion to find a creative solution, "a statement written on Marvel.com was published. "The 20-part series is the first of its kind for Marvel Entertainment and shows the remarkable positive change that several young heroes make in their own communities across the country. These inspiring children have dedicated their lives to selfless acts of courage and kindness, and now Marvel celebrates them as the true superheroes by welcoming them to Marvel's Hero Project . "
" There is so much of what Marvel is, what it stands for. These children are changing the world in a simple way. Do a good job and not be put off by their age, "said executive producer Sana Amanat during the biennial D23 Expo in Disney.
Executive producer Stephen Wacker added: "The story of a normal child who lives and lives his life. Now they have to overcome these hurdles. That's what we do. We find out what all the powers of these children are.
Producers hope the series will inspire others to do their own "hero projects" and provide help where help is needed. "Everyone can see this show and feel they can do something. It helps families talk about difficult issues, "said producer Sarah Amos.
The D23 panel also revealed that the series' young heroes will be directing their own personalized comic book and meeting special surprise guests. "Marvel comics are at the heart of our work, and it's really one of the coolest surprises for these kids to see themselves on one of those covers," said Wacker. Amanat added that the hero kids are "real Marvel superheroes" and they deserve that.
Unlike the model of competitor Netflix, which fails all seasons at the same time, Disney + will release its episodes weekly. Marvel's Hero Project celebrates its premiere on November 1
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