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MODOK Producer Jordan Blum Weighs In On His Dream Marvel Projects - Exclusive

Marvel's egomaniacal villain MODOK is finally getting his moment in the sun with his own adult animated stop-motion series, "Marvel's MODOK," on Hulu. The first season, which is currently available on the subscription streaming platform, follows MODOK as he navigates through selling his evil organization to a tech company while trying to keep his family from falling apart. Produced by Jordan Blum, who got his start on shows like "Community" and "American Dad," "Marvel's MODOK" stars Patton Oswalt ("The King of Queens," "Agents of SHIELD") as MODOK, Aimee Garcia ("Dexter," "Lucifer") as wife Jodie, Melissa Fumero ("Brooklyn Nine-Nine") as daughter Melissa, Ben Schwartz ("Parks and Recreation") as son Lou, Wendi McLendon-Covey ("The Goldbergs") as MODOK's arch-nemesis Monica, and various guest stars such as Jon Hamm as Iron Man.

For Blum, who co-created the series with Oswalt, "Marvel's MODOK" is his first foray with Marvel — but he hopes it isn't his last. During a recent exclusive interview with Looper, Blum revealed what his dream Marvel projects would be.

There could be a live action MODOK in the future

Now that Blum has officially joined the Marvel universe with "MODOK," the possibilities could be endless for the producer. So, if he could be part of any of the projects under the Marvel umbrella, what would his top choice be? "Anything!" Blum said. "But specifically X-Men, which is my life. I live and breathe X-Men stuff. We got some X-Men characters into 'MODOK,' which we were really excited about. But if I can have anything to do with the X-world in general, whether it's writing a comic or working on a movie or TV show, that's a lifelong goal of mine."

In addition to dreaming about an X-Men project, Blum has also thought about doing a live action "MODOK" in the future. "I would love to," he said. "I would love for Patton to keep playing him across all platforms. I can't read a MODOK comic without hearing Patton now. And I hope he becomes synonymous with the character. I would love that. There's already sort of a live action MODOK in the season, but I won't spoil it. Keep your eyes peeled."

The first season of "Marvel's MODOK" is currently streaming on Hulu.