It’s certainly an interesting concept, but how well Damage Control will work is ultimately going to come down to how much it ties into the MCU. A year ago in a Reddit AMA, Enlisted creator Kevin Biegel said he along with a “famous, cool director” wanted to develop a Damage Control TV series, however this was discussed before Agents of SHIELD was announced.
Ben Karlin (The Daily Show, The Colbert Report) is executive producing alongside David Milner and Marvel’s head of television Jeph Loeb. Over the course of Marvel’s history, four Damage Control limited series have been published, the most recent of which landing in 2008.
Damage Control is a half-hour, single-camera sitcom that follows the adventures of the overworked under paid clean-up group in the Marvel world, according to Variety.
The Marvel cleaning crew [that] specializes in dealing with the aftermath of the unique fallout from super hero conflicts.
Marvel’s live-action universe may be getting a little bigger.
The “Damage Control” team have appeared a number of times throughout Marvel Comics history, popping up during and after important events such as the famous “Civil War” and working alongside the X-Men. “We lose more people that way…”
If the show gets picked up for a full series, it would prove Marvel is the master of crossing between movies, traditional television and the trend we can blame for “Netflix & chill”: streaming.
Marvel isn’t the only comics company entering the comedy space.
Before the network announced Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.