Do you have a guilty conscience about the whole Sony / Marvel Spider-Man rift? The tug-of-war over the beloved character has led to statements by Sony and Marvel President Kevin Feige as well as reassuring comments from Tom Holland. It may not be enough to dispel the concerns of fans about the future of Peter Parker on the big or small screen, but there are other ways to see it.
One of them is Marvel's new animated Spidey show
on Disney. An announcement was made at this year's D23
Expo during the Marvel Animation & Family Entertainment Panel on Friday.
The series is not about Spider-Man as you know him.
The series airs on Disney Junior and is titled Marvel's
Spidey and His Amazing Friends and is aimed at preschoolers. It
Disney Junior will not meet until 2021, but it's at least a new Spider-Man
Project to date after the Sony controversy. After Marvel,
The new series is about:
"Our favorite neighborhood neighborhood Web sitter is used to working alone, but now Peter Parker needs to figure out what it takes to become a truly amazing superhero: a Being a spider friend who works well with him Others. Together with his friends Miles Morales and Gwen AKA Ghost-Spider, they will team up with heroes like Hulk, Black Panther and Ms. Marvel to defeat evil enemies and learn that teamwork is the best way to save the day.  It will be the first complete Disney Junior series for Marvel
and launch with SVV's Cort Lane by Marvel Animation:
"Everyone at Marvel is excited to launch our first preschool series on Disney Junior, the gold standard platform for the audience. We believe that parents and children will love these stories, which include topics such as friendship, collaboration, problem-solving, and the use of your ability to help others.
Since you are never too old for cartoons, there are none
Reason enough for Spidey fans to skip the show if preschoolers are
to watch it or not. The family-friendly series could be perfect
Introduction for budding Marvel fans.
Behind the Spider-Man Separation of Sony and Marvel
If you're wondering how this new series is possible due to the "divorce" and custody of Spider-Man, that's because Sony owns the property has the film rights of the figure . In the past, Sony has made provisions for the hero to be seen in the films Avengers and the Tom Holland-directed MCU Spider-Man movies.
Negotiations should now come to a standstill, but they are still over
Companies – Disney or Sony – will be able to produce more Spidey films in the future. fans
and critics of the split believe that everything comes down to money, but it remains
to see if Disney (Marvel's owner) stirs.
The timing of the announcement for Marvel's Spidey and his Amazing Friends seemed a bit uncomfortable to some, but as ScreenRant notes, fans may have something to look forward to while the other Spider-Man Connection interrupted will be ironed out. And with that, Tom Holland wants fans to know that he loves you 3000! Do not give up hope yet.