The new channel takeover will feature new Infinity War content, Marvel Funko shorts and Marvel Super Hero Adventure shorts.
The series will premiere on Disney's upcoming streaming service, expected to bow in 2019.
Disney's latest update details its movie releases in Marvel, animation and live action.
The surprise is part of Marvel: The Universe Unites, a charity campaign that sees the cast of Marvel Studio’s Avengers: Infinity War help support children’s charities and count down to the launch of movie-related products.
The film has earned the strongest ever February opening weekend in the UK and will see support from a varied range of licensees.
The big reveal was made during the D23 Expo Japan, where more than 2000 fans gathered to hear Walt Disney Parks and Resorts chairman, Bob Chapek detail the latest Disney projects in development.
The program aims to inspire young girls to use the superpower of STEM to create their own projects.
Marvel Super Hero Adventures will feature short episodes, toys and books designed for pre-school fans.
The acquisition of the Scottish comic book business could just transform into a multibillion-dollar film franchise.
The LEGO: Batman movie helped drive sales for Gotham’s hero, propelling LEGO Minifigures to the number one best-selling superhero toy to July 1st this year.
WBCP and DC Entertainment have revealed plans for an extensive licensing programme to support their much-anticipated superhero team-up film Justice League, but can DC’s young franchise steal the consumer products top spot from sitting champions, Marvel?
‘The quirky, mischievous sense of humour that characters like Red and Yellow embody is a perfect extension of our Guardians' exploits,’ says Marvel’s Mindy Hamilton.
The trailer for the superhero threequel raked in over 136 million views.