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* {{Adorkable}}: Ms. Marvel and Squirrel Girl have a childlike enthusiasm for heroism that's really adorable, ''especially'' for the latter.


* LighterAndSofter: Much like ''Marvel Super Hero Adventures: Frost Fight'', ''WesternAnimation/HulkWhereMonstersDwell'' and possibly ''Disney/BigHero6'', this movie is made for a younger audience than Marvel Animation’s previous movies. That said, it isn't devoid of any serious elements; Gwen's friend Kevin's murder is a significant plot point in the ''Marvel Rising: Initiation'' shorts that act as a lead-in to the film, which isn't something you'd see in something ''too'' much softer.

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* LighterAndSofter: Much like ''Marvel Super Hero Adventures: Frost Fight'', ''WesternAnimation/HulkWhereMonstersDwell'' and possibly ''Disney/BigHero6'', ''WesternAnimation/BigHero6'', this movie is made for a younger audience than Marvel Animation’s previous movies. That said, it isn't devoid of any serious elements; Gwen's friend Kevin's murder is a significant plot point in the ''Marvel Rising: Initiation'' shorts that act as a lead-in to the film, which isn't something you'd see in something ''too'' much softer.

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** Live-action Daisy gets purple highlights in season six of ''[=AoS=]'' (probably to make her look more like her ''Rising'' counterpart).





* RoleReprisal: A few notable examples:
** On the live-action side, Chloe Bennet and Milana Vayntrub reprise their roles as Quake and Squirrel Girl from ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' and ''Series/NewWarriors'' respectively.
** Kathreen Khavari, who previously voiced Ms. Marvel on ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble''.
** Creator/TaraStrong and Creator/RogerCraigSmith reprise their roles as Mary Jane Watson and Captain America (from ''WesternAnimation/UltimateSpiderMan'' and ''Avengers Assemble'', respectively).


** Quake is capable of [[DishingOutDirt manipulating the earth itself]] along with generating vibrations. She raises a wall of stone to cordon off an area and levitates a boulder as a projectile.
** Sheath generates blades made of electrical energy rather than pulling them from her body.

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* KissedKeepsake: After Ms. Marvel gets a fist bump from Captain Marvel, she declares that she's never washing her hand again.


* AmbiguouslyBi: Ms. Marvel fits this trope. The Kamala Khanfidential file on Inferno has a bit of ShipTease between the two of them, with Ms. Marvel accidentally calling him "really hot". At the same time, she's also shown to fangirl over Captain Marvel. When she finally meets her in the movie, she blushes and goes incoherent, not unlike someone with a CelebrityCrush.

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* AmbiguouslyBi: Ms. Marvel fits this trope. The Kamala Khanfidential file on Inferno has a bit of ShipTease between the two of them, with Ms. Marvel accidentally calling him "really hot". At the same time, she's also shown to fangirl over Captain Marvel. When she finally meets her in the movie, she blushes and goes incoherent, giggles, not unlike someone with a CelebrityCrush.



** There's some noticeable teasing between Doreen/Squirrel-Girl and Rayshaun/Patriot. At the end of the movie, she hugs him and Tippy-Toe gets in between their faces to push them apart. In [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_JMJCq0ENc Patriot's Kamala Khanfidential video]] Doreen gushes about his positive traits and calls him "the total package."
-->'''Kamala:''' I mean, I wasn't planning to put it that way--\\

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** There's some noticeable teasing between Doreen/Squirrel-Girl and Rayshaun/Patriot. In one interaction she gets up in his space, then pulls back with both of them blushing. At the end of the movie, she hugs him and Tippy-Toe gets in between their faces to push them apart. In [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_JMJCq0ENc Patriot's Kamala Khanfidential video]] Doreen gushes about his positive traits and calls him "the total package."
-->'''Kamala:''' --->'''Kamala:''' I mean, I wasn't planning to put it that way--\\


* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Ghost-Spider is absent from the film, which is especially noticeable after the major role she played in the ''Initiation'' shorts. The latest news is that she'll return in ''Marvel Rising: Chasing Ghosts''.


''Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors'' is a 2018 animated [[MadeForTVMovie television film]] based [[AdaptationDistillation (loosely)]] on the [[ComicBook/SecretWarriors2017 superhero team of the same name]]. It is the third entry in the cross-platform WesternAnimation/MarvelRising franchise, following the [[ComicBook/MarvelRising 2018 comic]] and ''WesternAnimation/MarvelRisingInitiation''. The movie premiered as a simulcast on September 30, 2018, airing on both Disney Channel and Disney XD.

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''Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors'' is a 2018 animated [[MadeForTVMovie television film]] based [[AdaptationDistillation (loosely)]] on the [[ComicBook/SecretWarriors2017 superhero team of the same name]]. It is the third entry in the cross-platform WesternAnimation/MarvelRising Franchise/MarvelRising franchise, following the [[ComicBook/MarvelRising 2018 comic]] and ''WesternAnimation/MarvelRisingInitiation''. The movie premiered as a simulcast on September 30, 2018, airing on both Disney Channel and Disney XD.


''Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors'' is a 2018 animated [[MadeForTVMovie television film]] based [[AdaptationDistillation (loosely)]] on the [[ComicBook/SecretWarriors2017 superhero team of the same name]]. It is the third entry in the cross-platform WesternAnimation/MarvelRising franchise, following the [[ComicBook/MarvelRising prequel comic]] and ''WesternAnimation/MarvelRisingInitiation''. The movie premiered as a simulcast on September 30, 2018, airing on both Disney Channel and Disney XD.

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''Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors'' is a 2018 animated [[MadeForTVMovie television film]] based [[AdaptationDistillation (loosely)]] on the [[ComicBook/SecretWarriors2017 superhero team of the same name]]. It is the third entry in the cross-platform WesternAnimation/MarvelRising franchise, following the [[ComicBook/MarvelRising prequel 2018 comic]] and ''WesternAnimation/MarvelRisingInitiation''. The movie premiered as a simulcast on September 30, 2018, airing on both Disney Channel and Disney XD.

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** “Watch Me Rise” plays in the beginning when Ms. Marvel is watching Captain Marvel take off.
** “Stay True” plays when Squirrel Girl, America, and Patriot are busting out Quake.


** There's some noticeable teasing between Doreen/Squirrel-Girl and Rayshaun/Patriot. At the end of the movie, she hugs him and they both blush. In [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_JMJCq0ENc Patriot's Kamala Khanfidential video]] Doreen gushes about his positive traits and calls him "the total package."

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** There's some noticeable teasing between Doreen/Squirrel-Girl and Rayshaun/Patriot. At the end of the movie, she hugs him and they both blush.Tippy-Toe gets in between their faces to push them apart. In [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_JMJCq0ENc Patriot's Kamala Khanfidential video]] Doreen gushes about his positive traits and calls him "the total package."


[[https://youtu.be/iNaTd-Jxr3k The movie]] was uploaded to the Marvel HQ Website/YouTube channel on December 12, 2018, while [[https://youtu.be/HkFrDCTpZC4 Chasing Ghosts]] premieres on January 16, 2019 also on Marvel HQ.


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[[https://youtu.be/iNaTd-Jxr3k The movie]] was uploaded to the Marvel HQ Website/YouTube channel on December 12, 2018, while [[https://youtu.be/HkFrDCTpZC4 Chasing Ghosts]] premieres premiered on January 16, 2019 also on Marvel HQ.




* AdaptationalSuperpowerChange: Though specifics aren't clear, mostly because he [[OutOfFocus hasn't appeared yet]] [[LadyNotAppearingInThisGame outside of promotional art and stills]], Inferno's power seems to be more akin to [[{{Expy}} The Human Torch's]], as a more general fire manipulation power. He also seems to be able to fly like The Human Torch, too, something that Dante in the comics is pointedly unable to do. In fact, comic-Inferno's flame powers come more from being a MagmaMan with PlayingWithFire capabilities and a HealingFactor than simply just being able to control and light himself on fire, something that was adapted more faithfully in ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'' than seems to be the case here.

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* AdaptationalSuperpowerChange: Though specifics aren't clear, mostly because he [[OutOfFocus hasn't appeared yet]] [[LadyNotAppearingInThisGame outside of promotional art and stills]], AdaptationalSuperpowerChange:
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Inferno's power seems to be more akin to [[{{Expy}} The Human Torch's]], the ComicBook/HumanTorch's, as a more general fire manipulation power. He also seems to be able to fly like The Human Torch, too, something that Dante in the comics is pointedly unable to do. In fact, comic-Inferno's flame powers come more from being a MagmaMan with PlayingWithFire capabilities and a HealingFactor than simply just being able to control and light himself on fire, something that was adapted more faithfully in ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'' than seems to be the case here.



* AdaptedOut: ComicBook/{{Karnak}}, [[ComicBook/MoonGirlandDevilDinosaur Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur]] are not members of the Secret Warriors in this film -- the latter duo in particular is getting their own animated series, which is possibly the reason why they're not included here.

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ComicBook/{{Karnak}}, [[ComicBook/MoonGirlandDevilDinosaur Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur]] ComicBook/MoonGirlAndDevilDinosaur are not members of the Secret Warriors in this film -- the latter duo in particular is getting their own animated series, which is possibly the reason why they're not included here.



* BigBeautifulWoman: Squirrel Girl is chubbier than in the comics, yet also arguably prettier.

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** Quake is capable of [[DishingOutDirt manipulating the earth itself]] along with generating vibrations. She raises a wall of stone to cordon off an area and levitates a boulder as a projectile.
** Sheath generates blades made of electrical energy rather than pulling them from her body.
** The Exile never had the Mandarin's ring in this continuity, so his teleportation and darkforce powers of generating constructs are all his own.


* AmbiguouslyBi: Squirrel Girl fits this trope. The Kamala Khanfidential file on Patriot has her gushing over how awesome he is not dissimilar to a school girl crush. At the same time, she's also shown to gush similarly about Ms. Marvel in her file, telling her to embrace how awesome she is with her powers, even telling her she could be better than ''Captain Marvel'' .

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* AmbiguouslyBi: Squirrel Girl Ms. Marvel fits this trope. The Kamala Khanfidential file on Patriot Inferno has her gushing over how awesome he is not dissimilar to a school girl crush. bit of ShipTease between the two of them, with Ms. Marvel accidentally calling him "really hot". At the same time, she's also shown to gush similarly about Ms. Marvel in fangirl over Captain Marvel. When she finally meets her file, telling her to embrace how awesome in the movie, she is blushes and goes incoherent, not unlike someone with her powers, even telling her she could be better than ''Captain Marvel'' . a CelebrityCrush.



** There's some noticeable teasing between Doreen/Squirrel-Girl and Rayshaun/Patriot. At the end of the movie, she hugs him and they both blush. In [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_JMJCq0ENc Patriot's Kamala Khanfidential video]] Doreen goes on about his positive traits and calls him "the total package."

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** There's some noticeable teasing between Doreen/Squirrel-Girl and Rayshaun/Patriot. At the end of the movie, she hugs him and they both blush. In [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_JMJCq0ENc Patriot's Kamala Khanfidential video]] Doreen goes on gushes about his positive traits and calls him "the total package."

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