The final Marvel’s Midnight Suns prequel short, Nico TV, is available to stream now

The fifth and final prequel short for Marvel’s Midnight Suns, titled Nico TV, is now available to stream. This short features Nico Minoru, a young witch as she attempts to befriend the rest of her fellow super heroes. You can check out the short above. To view the previous shorts, you can head on over to Marvel’s YouTube channel. More info can be found below:

All five Marvel’s Midnight Suns Prequel Shorts now available to watch on Marvel Entertainment YouTube

2K and Marvel Entertainment debuted the fifth and final Prequel Short for Marvel’s Midnight Suns today via the Marvel Entertainment YouTube channel. Titled “Nico TV,” this Prequel Short features Nico Minoru, a young witch and wielder of the Staff of One who tries to befriend the rest of her fellow Super Heroes.

For “Nico TV,” 2K and Marvel Entertainment worked with German artist Eileen Steinbach, applying a signature minimalist style for this unique poster.

With the release of “Nico TV,” all five Marvel’s Midnight Suns are now available to watch on Marvel Entertainment’s YouTube channel.

Marvel’s Midnight Suns Prequel Shorts is being animated by the talented teams at Sun Creature Studio and DIGIC Pictures; each video is currently scheduled to be released weekly.

Marvel’s Midnight Suns Prequel Shorts is a set of five short videos that provide backstory on how Lilith became the Mother of Demons, and how Super Heroes like Blade, Magik, Ghost Rider and Nico Minoru came together to form the young core of the Midnight Suns.

Marvel’s Midnight Suns is available for pre-orders today and will release globally on December 2 on Windows PC, Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5*.

For more information on Marvel’s Midnight Suns, visit, become a fan on Facebook, subscribe on YouTube, follow on Twitter and Instagram, and join the conversation using the hashtag #DarknessFalls.

*Launch timing for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch versions of the game will be shared at a later date.

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