Marvel today released a brand-new project, Marvel Video Comics, which presents viewers with an all-new visual storytelling format that combines comic-style graphic paneling with dialogue, sound, video editing, digital motion effects and light animation. There are four Marvel Video Comics in total and each one is three minutes in length. Featuring some of Marvel’s most popular Super Heroes including Spider-Man, Iron Man and Black Panther, all four Marvel Video Comics are AVAILABLE NOW on the Disney XD YouTube Page and the Disney XD app.

 

Disney XD YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCktaw9L-f65LzUUdjmCFkbQ

Disney XD Watch app: http://watchdisneyxd.go.com

 

Please note: All videos shouldn’t be made downloadable to your readers, nor should it be altered in any way. Doing either will result in a request to pull the video from your site and no further opportunities to debut video content from Marvel. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

 

 

Watch Iron Man and Spider-Man in…Training Day – Parts 1-3

Super powers don’t come with a training manual! After Spider-Man (Cole Howard) stops some crooks from robbing a Stark Enterprises facility, Iron Man decides to pay him back with a little help from FRIDAY (Tabitha St Germain) and some on-the-job training. Iron Man’s plan goes awry when villain, Batroc the Leaper (Marc Oliver), reveals some major upgrades that push him to the A-List. Both Spider-Man and Iron Man (Brian Drummond) are going to have to learn some new tricks if they’re going to be able to best Batroc 2.0.

 

“Training Day Parts 1-3” executive producers include Dan Buckley, Cort Lane, John Cerilli, Alan Fine, and Joe Quesada; co-executive producer Stan Lee; producer Nick Lowe; consulting producer Stephen Wacker; and line producer Kalia Cheng Ramirez.

 

Watch Black Panther in…The Visitor

Black Panther (Omari Newton) gets a visit from envoy Everett K. Ross (Brian Drummond) to discuss security for a possible international summit in Wakanda. The visit is interrupted when Super Villain Ghost (Marc Oliver) appears to steal Wakandan treasure. Black Panther and his loyal Dora Milaje (Evans Johnson) have to both stop Ghost and show Ross why Wakanda has never been conquered or invaded.

 

“The Visitor” executive producers include Dan Buckley, Cort Lane, John Cerilli, Alan Fine, and Joe Quesada; co-executive producer Stan Lee; producer Nick Lowe; consulting producer Stephen Wacker; and line producer Kalia Cheng Ramirez.

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Marvel today released a brand-new project, Marvel Video Comics, which presents viewers with an all-new visual storytelling format that combines comic-style graphic paneling with dialogue, sound, video editing, digital motion effects and light animation. There are four Marvel Video Comics in total and each one is three minutes in length. Featuring some...