"Disney Plus Day" arrived Nov. 12, with a lot of announcements for Marvel TV shows on the "Marvel Studios Disney Plus Day Special." Here are some big ones, with recommendations for supplemental reading:

"She-Hulk": The special aired a couple of "She-Hulk" clips, with a green Tatiana Maslany in a comics-accurate purple and white outfit. Anybody who saw her astonishing performance as multiple characters on "Orphan Black" knows what the actress is capable of. I'm delighted to be able to invite her back onto my TV screen next year for the 10 episodes that "She-Hulk" is scheduled to run. If you want to prep for "She-Hulk," I recommend the "She-Hulk by John Byrne Omnibus" and the "She-Hulk by Dan Slott Omnibus." Both are pretty funny, with "Shulkie" routinely breaking the fourth wall in the Byrne series.

"Moon Knight": We also got a look at "Moon Knight," starring Oscar Isaac. And if you're not familiar with the character, the clip's voice-overs may be confusing. It's because Moon Knight has various voices. He was originally said to have multiple personality disorder, with at least four personalities at any one time, representing the four phases of the moon. But that's been revised — and now Moon Knight is said to be brain-damaged.

There are many, many Moon Knight series, so there are a lot of Moon Knight collections. If you're looking for more recent awesomeness, reach for "Moon Knight Volume 1: From the Dead" by Warren Ellis (writer) and Declan Shalvey (artist) or anything written by Brian Michael Bendis or Jeff Lemire.

"Hawkeye": We also got a look at "Hawkeye," which debuts Wednesday. The clip is basically an extended car chase, with Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) and other Hawkeye (Hailee Steinfeld) aiming explosive arrows at their assailants and amusing barbs at each other. I wondered how they were going to introduce the comedic elements so prevalent in Hawkeye comics, and now I know.

While the Avenging Archer has been around since 1964, his best stories are the recent ones co-starring other Hawkeye, Kate Bishop. Start with "Hawkeye Volume 1: My Life as a Weapon," by Matt Fraction (writer) and David Aja (artist) and go from there.

"Ms. Marvel": Next, Marvel offered a clip of "Ms. Marvel," now delayed until next summer. We see young Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani) in her native Jersey City environment, with her friends. As in the comics, she idolizes Captain Marvel and — and that's about all I got out of it. I did like the line "It's not really the brown girls from Jersey City who save the world" — mainly because Ms. Khan is going to change that perception single-handedly.

This Ms. Marvel has only been around since 2014, and that's exactly where I'd recommend you start reading her adventures. Her first 11 issues and a one-shot are collected in "Ms. Marvel: Kamala Khan" (2019), mostly by G. Willow Wilson (writer) and Adrian Alphona (artist).