- "Super Sentai" Stance - when they have a standard "action pose"
- Team Shot - when it's a posed photo or portrait.
- V-Formation Team Shot - a very standard standing in a line.
- Jumping At The Screen - all the characters are jumping at the reader.
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Anime and Manga
- In Hunter × Hunter, the Thirteen Spiders got this during the YorkNew arc.
- Hao's Followers of Shaman King as seen When falling out of the Patch Plane
- These get used quite effectively in One Piece. Ninety-nine percent of the time, the Straw Hat Crew bicker, goof-off, are are otherwise consumed with bickering. About once every story arc, however, they pull it together for whatever it is they have to do (typically saving one of their own). Good examples are four of them marching on Arlong Park for Nami, or six of them (including one who was persona non grata, under an assumed identity) standing on a battlement, squaring off with the Cipher Pol No. 9 and declaring war against the whole world to save Nico Robin.
Films — Live-Action
- The Avengers (2012):
- Avengers: Age of Ultron has a Call Back to The Avengers (2012) above, only reversed. As the original starts with the Hulk roaring, followed by the camera panning around the team, the sequel has the camera panning around the team in the middle of a Multi-Mook Melee, finally settling on the Hulk giving one of his signature roars.
- The cover art for X-Men: First Class does this, with the X-Men on the front and Magneto's team on the back.
- Done in the opening cutscene of Final Fantasy Type-0, showing the members of Class Zero preparing to stop the Millitesi invasion. The shot in question is seen in a lot of promotional materials.