Disney+ has released the upcoming documentary series Marvel’s 616 which considers how Marvel comics and characters have influenced our own real-life world. You can watch the first trailer for Marvel’s 616 below.
Marvel’s 616 has consisted of eight remarkable stories with eight unique filmmakers. the new original series will start streaming exclusively on Disney+ on November 20. Here we have the title and the synopsis of Marvel’s 616 series
Marvel’s 616 Season 1 Episode 1 ″The Japanese Spider-Man,″
Directed by David Gelb (Jiro Dreams of Sushi)
The story of the most interesting Marvel adaptation you’ve probably never heard of before. In 1978, Marvel struck a deal with Japanese TV giant Toei to adapt to the company’s most popular superhero for Japanese audiences. The result involved a giant robot and a cool car and became an important influence on Japanese pop culture. Japanese Spider-Man (a.k.a Supaidāman) has rarely been seen outside of Japan.
Marvel’s 616 Season 1 Episode 2 ″Higher, Further, Faster,”
Directed by Gillian Jacobs (Community)
the episode follows viewers to the women who have played important roles in Marvel’s history.
Marvel’s 616 Season 1 Episode 3, ″Amazing Artisans,″
Directed by Clay Jeter
Two international Marvel artists, Javier Garrón and Natacha Bustos, who live in Barcelona and use their life experiences to influence their work on popular young superheroes Miles Morales and Moon Girl.
Marvel’s 616 Season 1 Episode 4, ″Lost and Found,″
Directed by Paul Scheer (Black Monday, The League) and features him exploring the most obscure, wild, and forgotten Marvel characters.
Marvel’s 616 Season 1 Episode 5 ″Suit Up!,”
Directed by Andrew Rossi
Follows cosplay culture. There are interviews with several cosplayers as they prepare for last year’s New York Comic-Con, so if you are missing the in-person NYCC experience this year, this episode should work as a substitute. Virtual NYCC will have plenty of panels, but they won’t have the irreplaceable experience of walking around so many unique cosplayers.
Marvel’s 616 Season 1 Episode 6 ″Unboxed,″
Directed by Sarah Ramos
the ″symbiotic relationship″ between comics and toys. Which came first, which influenced the other? The answer is not always the same, as indicated by interviews with Marvel toy experts, designers at Hasbro and Funko, and passionate collectors.
Marvel’s 616 Season 1 Episode 7 ″The Marvel Method,”
Directed by Bryan Oakes
The creation of the new Iron Man 2020 comic. There are interviews with writer Dan Slott, artist Pete Woods, and editor Tom Brevoort as they work to get the comic completed by the deadline.
In addition, the interviews provide historical background on the development of the titular Marvel Method as it was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, for better and worse.
Marvel’s 616 Season 1 Episode 8 , “Marvel Spotlight.”
Directed by Alison Brie (Community, GLOW),
the episode follows a group of students at Florida’s Brandon High School as they put on performances of the new Marvel Spotlight plays and realize how many characters like Ms. Marvel and Squirrel Girl speak to their own high school experiences.
Marvel’s 616 is produced by Marvel New Media with Supper Club. The series is executive produced by Joe Quesada, Shane Rahmani, Stephen Wacker, John Cerilli, Harry Go, and Sarah Amos for Marvel; and Jason Sterman, Brian McGinn, and David Gelb for Supper Club