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Marvel Anime are sets of animated series based on the popular production titles from the Marvel Entertainment. The first four titles based on Iron Man, Wolverine, X-Men, and Blade were co-produced between the collaboration of Marvel Entertainment and Japanese animation studio Madhouse. They aired on Animax Japan between October 2010 and September 2011, while the English version aired on G4 between July 2011 and April 2012. The main setting of each series is in Japan, guided by writer Warren Ellis.

The series continued following Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers (ディスク・ウォーズ:アベンジャーズ, Disuku Wōzu: Abenjāzu), an anime adaptation of the Avengers produced by Toei Animation and Walt Disney Japan, based on the Marvel Comics universe. The series aired in Japan from April 2, 2014 to March 25, 2015, broadcasted on TX Network stations and Disney XD.

A new Avengers series titled Marvel Future Avengers premiered on July 22, 2017.


Iron ManEdit

Tony Stark goes to Japan to produce a new arc reactor power station and showcase the Iron Man Dio, a new prototype armor, that will replace him when he retires. However, the Iron Man Dio goes out of control and it is up to Tony as Iron Man to stop it along with an organization called the Zodiac.


Logan learns that his beloved girlfriend Mariko Yashida, who disappeared one year ago, has been taken to Tokyo by her father Shingen Yashida, the head of the Japanese crime syndicate Kuzuryu and a supplier of A.I.M., in order to be wed to Hideki Kurohagi. Wolverine goes on a quest to rescue Mariko and defeat Shingen and Hideki, encountering several opponents along the way.


Following the death of Jean Grey (who was being controlled by the Dark Phoenix by the Inner Circle's influence), the X-Men are reassembled by Professor X to travel to Japan following the abduction of Armor and face the U-Men who are abducting young mutants in order to harvest their organs. During their fight with the U-Men, the X-Men discover that some of the mutants in Japan are suffering from the "Damon Hall Syndrome" which causes problems for mutants during their second mutation. The X-Men must also deal with the next plot of the Inner Circle.

Blade Edit

Blade is a "Daywalker" vampire hunter born with human and vampire blood in his veins after a vampire attacked his mother. On a mission in Japan, he not only confronts Deacon Frost, the vampire who killed his mother, but he also confronts against "Existence", Frost's mysterious organization of vampires.

Disk Wars AvengersEdit

With help from Dr. Nozomu Akatsuki, Tony Stark (Iron Man) develops a new device called the Digital Identity Securement Kit (DISK) to help the cause of stopping and detaining villains. However, whilst presenting the DISK project on the Raft, the villainous Loki appears and uses the very same DISKs to launch a breakout of all the captured villains, trapping Captain America, Iron Man, Hulk, Thor and Wasp inside DISKs as well. Nozomu's sons, Akira and Hikaru, along with three other children, Edward, Chris, and Jessica, come to possess these DISKs and obtain biocodes, allowing them to bring out these superheroes for a short period of time. Teaming up with the Avengers, the group travel across the world to search for DISKs before they fall into the wrong hands.

Future AvengersEdit

A young boy named Makoto gained superpowers due to an evil gene manipulation experiment. Joined by other youths with superpowers, they join the Avengers as their apprentices, training and fighting villains under the mentorship of Iron Man, Captain America, Hulk, Thor, and Wasp.

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