In Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur season 2, Lunella Lafayette’s life simply keeps getting stranger. Lunella’s new heroic exploits and home follies beyond the season 1 cliffhanger are hinted at in a new Moon Girl teaser, which also confirms that she eventually returns to Earth. Although Lunella is described in the trailer as “feeding an evil empire’s army of monsters and fighting my way back from the multiverse,” the film also emphasises the stress Lunella experiences in the aftermath of her voyage and how it impacts her time with her family and moon girl duties. It also features a fresh cast of villains, including Kid Kree, Lady Bullseye, and Bryan Glory, who torment Moon Girl, Devil Dinosaur, and common New Yorkers. Positive reviews were given to Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, which debuted in 2023 and was a loose adaptation of the beloved Marvel superhero (voiced by Diamond White) and her red-skinned friend (Fred Tatasciore). Even though the majority of Moon Girl’s episodes stood alone, there was a lingering mystery about the identity of the original Moon Girl scientist who gave Lunella her superhero moniker. It was finally revealed that this scientist was her grandmother Mimi (voiced by Alfre Woodard).The season ended with Lunella and Mimi foiling a scheme by Maris Morlak (Wesley Snipes), Mimi’s old coworker, to use portal technology to transport monsters to Earth from other dimensions. However, Lunella managed to disable the portal from the other side, locking Mimi off-world. The main enemy of season 2, aside from the new supporting cast of villains, will be Molecule Man, voiced by Edward James Olmos of Miami Vice.
Even though they aren’t formally a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur have frequently alluded to the film’s period. In the first half of the two-part season 1 finale, “O.M.G.! Issue,” Cobie Smulders returned to her role as Maria Hill, while Sam Wilson’s Captain America made a wordless appearance in the episode “Today, I Am a Woman.” In addition to serving as the show’s narrator and providing the voice of Moon Girl’s omnipotent entity, the Beyonder, executive producer Laurence Fishburne also had a brief cameo as Dr. Bill Foster in an episode of Ant-Man and the Wasp. In a recent episode of What If…?’s second season, Fishburne portrayed a younger Foster/Goliath with co-star Michael Douglas. In addition to Moon Girl, other cartoons that are related to the Marvel Cinematic Universe are anticipated to be published in 2024, such as Spider-Man: Freshman Year and Marvel Zombies. Later this year, the X-Men: The Animated Series sequel X-Men ’97 will also be released, with a number of voice actors from the original 90s show returning to their roles.Follow us to get free & fast MCU Movies/Shows Leaks & News