Adam Morrisette and Justin Soderberg are back for another hostful episode of The Maine State of Mind. This time around, the co-hosts discuss the amazing content available for Star Wars and Marvel fans on the streaming service, Disney+.
It’s no secret that Adam and Justin are super nerds when it comes to Marvel and Star Wars. Justin leans way more heavily into the Marvel world, where as Adam has more of a love for the Star Wars universe. However, both have a love for the combined properties.
Disney+ launched in the fall of 2019, just prior to the COVID-19 Pandemic. They kicked-off the streaming service with Mandalorain, based in the Star Wars universe. Over the past 18 months, Disney has released WandaVision, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, Loki, and Bad Batch. The streaming service has also released non-scripted series such as Star Wars Gallery, Assembled, and Marvel’s Legends to follow along with the scripted series.
Justin and Adam discuss why Disney has the edge when it comes to releasing content with their own streaming service to help supplement the big screen releases. Additionally, the co-hosts discuss some wishes they have for future miniseries and movies.
With the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the cult classic Star Wars, Disney has the ability to create never-ending content for us to consume. Until they start making mediocre movies, tv shows or mini-series, we will continue to get excited for this content.
Check out last week’s episode with Josh Moulton of Queen City Cinema Club.