In 2020, the world went the year without a single Marvel Studios project for the first time since 2009. Should all go to plan, by the end of 2021, Marvel will come roaring back with a whopping 10 titles in theaters and on Disney Plus — and at least 19 more in the works for 2022 and beyond, including feature film sequels to “Black Panther,” “Captain America,” “Captain Marvel,” and “Guardians of the Galaxy,” Disney Plus series based on “She Hulk” and “Moon Knight,” and, possibly, a series set in the Kingdom of Wakanda.

For Marvel chief creative officer Kevin Feige and his team at Marvel Studios, it represents the most aggressive creative expansion of the Marvel Cinematic Universe since 2012’s “The Avengers” re-defined what was possible with superhero storytelling.

Here’s what’s in store.