One of the most anticipated Marvel projects for 2024 is the animated series “X-Men ’97,” and it has been revealed that the show will get a prequel comic. Details were suppressed, but Marvel Studios hasn’t confirmed or denied these rumors.
The scooper stated that the first X-Men ’97 trailer is currently under development, but they could not say when the preview would be available. We will fill you in on all the details on the release date of X-Men 97 in this article!
X-Men 97 Release Date
The show would premiere on Disney Plus in mid- to late-March 2024, according to a previous X-Men ’97 release date rumor. Thanks to reliable insider @Cryptic4KQual, fans now know that the exact release date for X-Men ’97 could be March 20, 2024.
Check out the official tweet below:
A trailer for X-Men '97 is prepared. A release date is currently unknown to me so hopefully someone else reliable sheds light on that.
— Cryptic HD QUALITY (@Cryptic4KQual) February 5, 2024
The scooper stated that the first X-Men ’97 trailer is currently under development, but they could not say when the preview would be available. Please take note that these claims are not supported by Disney or Marvel Studios. The official synopsis of X-Men 97 has also been revealed.
You can read the official synopsis in the tweet below:
The official synopsis for "X-MEN '97" has been revealed!
— CoveredGeekly (@CoveredGeekly) May 29, 2023
Thanks to commercial photos and leaks that have appeared in recent weeks—including an exclusive first look at a 16-bit X-Men ’97 episode—interest in the series is at an all-time high. Whether or not X-Men ’97 is a part of the main MCU or the growing multiverse, it has a devoted fan base that will undoubtedly tune in when the animated series returns.
It is evident that there is a lack of fan interest in the MCU given Marvel’s poor box office performance and the low viewership of the Disney Plus series Secret Invasion. This potential audience could breathe new life into the weak franchise.
Younger viewers, though, could be more interested in learning how the X-Men fit into the canonical MCU. When Ms. Marvel disclosed that Kamala Khan is a mutant, that was the first hint. Next, Kelsey Grammer’s Beast appeared in a post-credits scene from The Marvels. However, significant developments for the first live-action standalone MCU X-Men project remain elusive.
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