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MCU's Avengers Heroes Get Spotlight on New Marvel Studios: Legends Poster

Marvel Studios: Legends logo

In the middle of December, Marvel Studios announced a new series for Disney's streaming service, Legends, that was described as a series that would explore “some of the most iconic moments from the MCU, one character at a time.” Marvel Studios: Legends launched with two episodes focused on Wanda and Vision before WandaVision releases next week.

Some may be disappointed to discover that this series isn't much more than exactly what it said it would be: looking at the characters' most iconic moments throughout the movies with both episodes not passing fifteen minutes combined.

However, it's still nice to have as a refresher for audiences who don't have the time or desire to re-watch a whole catalog of movies again to play catch up for the series premiere of WandaVision.

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New posters have been released for Marvel Studios: Legends showing off some of the most famous imagery from the MCU, such as Captain America's shield, Thor's hammer, and Tony Stark's Iron Man armor.

Marvel Studios' Legends Poster Full
From Disney+

A smaller variation of the same poster was also released.

Marvel Studios' Legends Smaller
From Disney+

 



Again, Marvel Studios: Legends seems to be exactly as it was promoted to be, which is showcasing the character's most iconic moments from the movies. This is represented by the posters using still images of the characters from various posters in the past. It doesn't mean that the series doesn't have any worth since the plan clearly seems to be releasing episodes a week before bigger releases like movies or shows when it relates to specific characters.

At the end of both episodes for Wanda and Vision, Legends promotes WandaVision to viewers to continue their stories. That likely means that, as many have already expected, Marvel Studios: Legends will release two more episodes in March before the premiere of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier focused on Sam and Bucky.