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Marvel Television Banner Part Of Plan To Tell Viewers “You Can Jump In Anywhere”

One of the biggest criticisms of Marvel Studios, as of late, is that the continuity has become too difficult to keep up with. The general movie-goer isn’t able to watch “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” for example, without doing some sort of superhero homework to catch up.
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Marvel’s new show is its most violent yet, say critics
Echo, the newest series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), has been labelled by many critics as its most violent show to date.The five-episode run, which is streaming now on Disney+, is a spinoff from the series Hawkeye from 2021, and follows the character of Maya Lopez, aka Echo, played by Alaqua Cox.In the show, Lopez returns to her hometown in Oklahoma, where she is forced to reckon with her past and reconnect with her Native American roots, in an effort to embrace her family and community.This series was first speculated upon back in 2021, with Echo, who is a deaf amputee with the ability to perfectly mimic the movements of others, heavily rumoured to be the subject of the show, even before Hawkeye had been first aired.Echo is the first show to be released under the ‘Marvel Spotlight’ banner, which they have introduced for select products that focus on “grounded, character-driven stories” and less on impacting the broader MCU narrative.Marvel Studios’ Head of Streaming, Brad Winderbaum, said: “Just like comic 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.”Many reviews have focused on the surprising levels of violence in the show’s action sequences.In a three-star review, The Guardian wrote: “The show is significantly gnarlier than its Disney+ predecessors, with far bloodier violence than has graced the streamer before.”“While Echo doesn’t quite cure the pandemic of Marvel fatigue currently raging across the globe, it shows there may be some life in the old gal.”Empire Magazine, who also give the show three stars, also points to the excitement in some of the
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