Fresh out of ECHO’s unveiling at Choctaw Day Celebration, Marvel Studios has followed the reveal with the announcement of a new banner for the Marvel Cinematic Universe more mature and grounded content.
This week, Marvel Studios held a special event for the Choctaw Day Celebration in which they screened the first two episodes of the upcoming “ECHO” series to all the attendees, during which those present were also able to glimpse the reveal of “Marvel Spotlight”, a new banner which will encapsulate any and all “Street-level” characters and stories, which is inspired by the original Marvel Spotlight anthology series.
In addition to sharing the banner’s musical fanfare composed by master composer Michael Giacchino, Head of Streaming Brad Winderbaum said of the decision to launch the new banner with Echo, “Marvel Spotlight gives us a platform to bring more grounded, character-driven stories to the screen, and in the case of Echo, focusing on street-level stakes over larger MCU continuity. Just like comics fans didn’t need to read Avengers or Fantastic Four to enjoy a Ghost Rider Spotlight comic, our audience doesn’t need to have seen other Marvel series to understand what’s happening in Maya’s story.”
Marvel will release all episodes of Echo on Disney+ on January 10, 2024.