Earlier this month, Wit Studio collaborated with Warner Bros to give us Suicide Squad anime. While fans were already losing their mind about this unlikely collaboration, Polygon added to that excitement by finally giving us a new update.
Marvel’s collaboration with Polygon was first announced in 2021. There were no updates for a long time, making fans lose hope. But now the studio is back with reassuring information.
Amid cancellation concerns, Spider-Man Freshman Year gets a new update. In the studio’s official statement, Polygon Pictures expressed excitement about its upcoming collaboration with Marvel.
Polygon Pictures is best known for the Ajin and the Godzilla: Kaijū Wakusei film trilogy. They also contributed to animating famous movies like Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Lost in Oz: Extended Adventure.
The studio has received many awards for its excellent work. With such outstanding productions working on this series, it will be a banger.
The animated series follows the story of Peter Parker on his way to becoming Spider-Man. It is a journey that celebrates the character’s early comic book roots.
The show will start streaming in 2024 on Disney+ and includes appearances from Doctor Strange, Norman Osborn and Bentley Wittman. So, add this show to your watchlist and wait for more updates.
About Spider Man Freshman Year
Spider-Man Freshman Year is an animated project produced by Marvel in collaboration with Polygon. Jeff Trammel writes the series, which will start streaming in 2024 on Disney+.
Marvel describes the series:
“The animated series follows Peter Parker on his way to becoming Spider-Man in the MCU, with a journey unlike we’ve ever seen and a style that celebrates the character’s early comic book roots.”
Source: Polygon Press Release