The company will launch four anime-inspired shows later this year, and have now revealed the lead voice actors for both Wolverine and Iron Man.
At WonderCon this weekend, Marvel Head of Television Jeph Loeb announced that Profit star Adrian Pasdar will voice Tony Stark in Iron Man, while fellow Heroes actor Milo Ventimiglia will lend his voice to Logan in Wolverine.
"Adrian and Milo are perfect as Iron Man and Wolverine," Loeb told attendees at the panel, according to Comic Book Resources. "It's extremely exciting to see these talented guys take on two of the most iconic superhero roles of all time."
Pasdar and Ventimiglia previously starred together on the cancelled NBC series Heroes as brothers Nathan and Peter Petrelli respectively.
Marvel's anime venture was created as a joint project between Marvel Entertainment, Sony Pictures Entertainment Japan, and Madhouse studios, and the four series have been guided creatively by comic book writer Warren Ellis.
Wolverine and Iron Man are scheduled to launch on G4 in July.