: The heroes go into a coordinated posing routine designed to look "cool".
- Straight: Upon transforming to their Superhero forms, the Trope Force engages in a posing routine and roll-call.
- Exaggerated: The posing routine is ten minutes long, closer to a carnival act.
- Downplayed: ???
- Justified: As a safety factor, the posing is necessary to activate Trope Force's full power.
- Inverted: The villains, upon teleporting into the scene, do a posing routine.
- Subverted: "Trope Red!" "Trope Blue!" "Trope..". "YOU FOOLS! You're leaving yourself wide open! Attack now!"
- Double Subverted:: "Hmm...nah. Trope Black!" "Trope Yellow!"
- Parodied: The Trope Force use extremely flamboyant poses more suitable for a Magical Girl Warrior... Except they're all men!note
- Zig-Zagged: "Trope..". "HE'S GETTING AWAY!!" "Fine. Skip the poses".
- Averted: ???
- Enforced: The author is doing a Sentai series.
- Lampshaded: "I'm surprised they didn't run away while we posed!"
- Invoked: "Aww, come on! We're superheroes! Superheroes have to do awesome poses".
- Exploited: ???
- Defied: "I don't care! It wastes time, and it looks stupid! We are not doing the poses".
- Discussed: "Actually, I wanted to talk to you; that posing routine...I don't think it looks very cool".
- Conversed: "Those poses look ridiculous! How do the actors do it with such a straight face?"
- Deconstructed: In the time it took for the Trope Force to pose, the villains accomplished their goals and bid a hasty retreat.
- Reconstructed: The team only has one quick group pose, then cuts straight into the action.
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