The highly-anticipated new animated series Marvel's Spider-Man will debut with a one-hour premiere on Saturday, August 19 (7:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m. EDT) on Disney XD, and on the Disney XD App and VOD (12:01 a.m. EDT), it was announced today by Cort Lane, Senior Vice President, Animation & Family Entertainment and Joe Quesada, Marvel's Chief Creative Officer, during the Marvel Animation panel at D23 Expo in Anaheim. During the packed panel, news was also shared about the {Marvel's Spider-Man" voice cast, along with a new trailer, which you can see below.

The Marvel's Spider-Man voice cast includes Robbie Daymond (Bread Winners, Get Blake) as Spider-Man, Max Mittleman as Harry Osborn (One-Punch Man, Transformers: Robots in Disguise), Nadji Jeter as Miles Morales (Jessie, Kirby Buckets), Melanie Minichino (Blaze and the Monster Machine, Mr. Peabody and Sherman) as Anya Corazon, Fred Tatasciore (Marvel's Avengers Assemble, Marvel's Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.) as Max Modell, Laura Bailey (DragonBall Z, Marvel's Avengers Assemble) as Gwen Stacy, Nancy Linari (The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest, The Addams Family) as Aunt May, Patton Oswalt (Ratatouille, Pickle and Peanut) as Uncle Ben, Scott Menville (Teen Titans, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) as Doc Ock, John DiMaggio (Clarence, Samurai Jack) as The Jackal, Alastair Duncan (The Batman, Final Fantasy XIV) as Vulture, and Marvel's very own Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada, who is also executive producing the series, as the coffee shop owner Joe.

In the new animated series, Marvel's Spider-Man, we will see a fresh take on Spider-Man, as Peter Parker is learning the responsibility that comes along with being a new, super-powered hero in New York City, just as he's being accepted into Horizon High, a high school for brilliant young scientific minds. He struggles with the duality of his social life at school and hiding his secret identity from everyone including his best friend Harry Osborn, who attends the competing Osborn Academy for geniuses. As Peter embraces his alter-ego and takes on super villains such as Vulture, Lizard, Doctor Octopus and Sandman, he watches his hero lifestyle come between his personal relationships and struggles to keep Harry from landing on the wrong side of the law.

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This new Marvel series debuts just months after Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man ended its four-season run in January, with an exciting two-part finale arc titled "Graduation Day," which featured Spider-Man trying to stop Doctor Octopus and the Superior Sinister Six from destroying all of the heroes in New York City. For 2016 to date, the series has reached 51 million Total Viewers across the U.S., generated close to 4 million consumer engagements via VOD/STB and ranks among the network's top 5 animated series in key targeted boy demographics. It's certainly possible that this new series could be just as popular as Ultimate Spider-Man, but that won't be determined until the series debuts this summer.

The creative team includes executive producers Alan Fine (Marvel's The Avengers), Dan Buckley (Marvel's Avengers Assemble), Joe Quesada (Marvel's Avengers Assemble), Jeph Loeb (Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Cort Lane (Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man), and Eric Radomski (Spawn, Marvel's Avengers Assemble); co-executive producers Stan Lee (Spider-Man) and Stephen Wacker (Marvel's Avengers Assemble); supervising producers Kevin Shinick (Robot Chicken, Mad) and Marsha Griffin (Transformers Prime); consulting producers Dan Slott (Spider-Man: Big Time, The Superior Spider-Man), Kevin Burke and Chris "Doc" Wyatt ({Marvel's Avengers Assemble|, Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man); and supervising director Philip Pignotti (Marvel's Avengers Assemble). Take a look at the new trailer for Marvel's Spider-Man along with new photos of the characters and voice cast.