What if Steve Rogers wasn't Captain America? What if Captain America were a zombie? We could find out Marvel & # 39; s What If …?, an animated series coming up with alternative timelines in the Marvel film universe.
It is part of a series of new TV shows in the Phase 4 of the Marvel film universe exclusively for Disney Plus. The actors in the Marvel films will provide voices for their respective characters in the new series.
When does What If come out?
What If is scheduled for release on Disney Plus in the summer of 2021.
What happens if?
The What What comic strip started in 1977. The series is hosted by Uata, a member of an advanced alien race known as The Watchers who observes alternative realities but does not interfere. The aliens made a brief appearance in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 during Stan Lee's cameo.
Each comic tells an alternative reality of a comic plot. What If # 1 is a revisitation of The Amazing Spider-Man # 1, in which Spider-Man tries to join the Fantastic Four. Instead of being rejected as if he were in the original comic, the alternative reality version unites him with the group to make the Fantastic Five. Other What What If stories include "What if Gwen Stacey survives", "What happens if Wolverine joins SHIELD" and "What happens if Venom possessed the Punisher".
Who will be in What If?
Jeffery Wright will give the voice to Uata, The Watcher for this universe. He will act as a narrator and guide for the series. The actors of the various Marvel films will resume their roles for animated versions of themselves such as Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Paul Rudd (Ant-Man) and Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther).
What plots will there be in What If?
So far there are two known plots. The first is What happens if Peggy Carter becomes Captain America, or rather Captain Britain. In this alternate timeline, Peggy receives the super soldier's serum to become a British superhero. Steve Rogers, on the other hand, will wear a metal dress made by Howard Stark.
The second will be a version of one of the favorite series of many comic fans, Marvel Zombies, as confirmed by a zombie Captain America shown at D23.
Marvel Zombies, as the name suggests, is a horror comic strip in which heroes and criminals in the Marvel universe are infected by a virus that turns them into zombies. The result is super zombies that travel through the universe and alternate timelines to feed on the living.