Marvel’s domination of San Diego Comic-Con continued over the weekend with the reveal of Phase 6 of their juggernaut MCU franchise, and amongst the excitement is news of two more Avengers movies. 

The Marvel Cinematic Universe launched with Iron Man in 2008 and has since clobbered the world with the most expansive and interconnected franchise of all time. Incorporating 29 released films to date and a slew of television shows, the latest reveal at this year’s Comic-Con will see the saga expand so much further, with a string of new films and television series taking the saga beyond comprehension.

Marvel CEO Kevin Feige took to the stage to announce the big news and unveiled a bunch of brand new trailers for films and television shows from the current MCU Phase 4. Fans were treated to all-new teasers for She-Hulk, Guardians of the Galaxy 3 and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, and given a timeline of the upcoming Phase 5.

The six films confirmed as Phase 5 are: Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (’23), Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (’23), The Marvels (’23), Blade (’23), Captain America: New World Order (’24) and Thunderbolts (’24).

And the six television shows are: What If…? Season Two (’22), Secret Invasion (’23), Echo (’23), Loki: Season Two (’23), Ironheart (’23), Agatha: Coven of Chaos (’23), Daredevil: Born Again (’24), Spider-Man: Freshman Year (’24), Marvel Zombies (’24) and Armor Wars (TBA).

Taking the crowd by surprise, Feige went on to reveal the somewhat ambiguous timeline for Phase 6, which proclaimed three official films; Fantastic Four (’24), Avengers: The Kang Dynasty (’25) and Avengers: Secret Wars (’25), while leaving the slate clear for a further eight yet-to-be-revealed titles. Aside from news that Avengers: Secret Wars would bring Phase 6 to an end, no further information was given.

There’s never been a better time to be a comic-book fan!

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