Marvel's Hero Project: First Trailer Debuts for Disney+ Series

Marvel has released the first trailer for the upcoming Disney+ series Marvel's Hero Project.

First announced in April, the docuseries centers on several extraordinary kids who've proven themselves to be heroes for the work they've done in their communities. As such, each kid will learn they've been immortalized in a Marvel Comic -- which will be available for free in Marvel Unlimited and the Marvel Digital Comics Store.

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"Have you ever met anyone, of any age, who inspired you to do better, be better, and strive for a better future?" Marvel's description of the series reads. "Finding young people who have made their own steps and forged their own paths towards the greater good was the first mission of Marvel's Hero Project -- the next mission was to give these real-life heroes the recognition and celebration they deserved."

"Marvel's Hero Project set out to prove that it doesn't take an iron suit, super strength, or a mythical hammer to be a hero -- just seeing a problem and having the passion to solve it in a creative way is what made these kids heroes. And now you will be able to see their stories and be inspired by them."

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Marvel's Hero Project is executive produced by Joe Quesada, Stephen Wacker, Shane Rahmani, Liza Wyles and Sarah Amos for Marvel and Maura Mandt and John Hirsch for MaggieVision Productions. The series debuts on Disney+ Nov. 12.

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