The other week came the announcement that Marvel and Hulu are set to team up for a quartet of animated series based on lesser-known Marvel characters like Howard the Duck and Hit-Monkey.
One of the characters is the giant headed villain M.O.D.O.K. with comedian Patton Oswalt voicing the character who fights to keep control of his organization and his needy family.
Oswalt, who is also writing and producing the series, appeared on “Late Night with Seth Myers” the other night to discuss his supervillain role and said:
“I’m gonna be voicing him. He is a supervillain, he has superintelligence, he has a forehead beam, he has all this technology. But, he is not on the A-level of Doctor Doom and the Red Skull. So, not only does he hate all the heroes, he hates all the other villains because he’s so resentful. Getting to play that is going to be really fun.”
Jordan Blum and Jeph Loeb will also be executive producing the series. Oswalt has a recurring role(s) on ABC’s “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” and voiced several characters in the recent “Spider-Man” animated series.
Source: Late Night with Seth Myers