Moon Girl from Disney+ has just been canonised by Marvel in the MCU Multiverse

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has expanded tremendously in recent years, with the addition of multiple films, TV shows, and now, animated series. One of the newest additions to the MCU family is the Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur animated series on Disney Channel, which just made a big move toward becoming a canonical part of the MCU multiverse.

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur is a cartoon show that centers around the adventures of Lunella Lafayette, a young girl who teams up with a giant, red Tyrannosaurus Rex named Devil Dinosaur. The series, aimed at a younger audience, has managed to attract adults with its crossover appeal.

In the latest episode of Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, which aired on April 15, Dr. Bill Foster, played by Laurence Fishburne, made a guest appearance. Foster, who previously appeared in the live-action film Ant-Man and the Wasp, sent a formula to Lunella to cure the now-diminutive Devil Dinosaur.

While Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur is not officially a part of the MCU, this crossover with an established MCU character hints that the show may be set in the MCU multiverse. Marvel has made a concerted effort to keep the rules of their multiverse consistent across all of its live-action and animated properties, so it’s not surprising that Bill Foster could crop up here.

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur is not the first animated show to be connected to the MCU. Marvel’s What If…? explores alternate scenarios in the MCU multiverse, and characters from various films and TV shows make appearances in the series. The inclusion of Bill Foster in Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur may indicate that the show is also part of the same multiverse as the films and TV shows.

While Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur is not officially part of the MCU, it’s interesting to see how Marvel is connecting its various properties in the multiverse. It’s possible that Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur could pave the way for more connections between the MCU and its animated shows. And with Laurence Fishburne expressing interest in returning to the MCU proper, fans can’t help but speculate on how his character may fit into future live-action projects, such as Marvel Studios’ Thunderbolts.

For now, fans of Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur can continue to enjoy the show’s new episodes, which are released every week on Disney Channel. Whether or not the show becomes an official part of the MCU, it’s exciting to see how Marvel is continuing to expand its universe through various mediums.

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