"Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors" Animated Feature Pre-Release News & Discussion (Spoilers)

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I'm curious if Marvel Rising will have any connection to Marvel's Spider-Man or the other shows.
I'm curious if we see any other Marvel heroes if they'll still be played by their cartoon VA's.

They kept Kamala's VA but recast Carol. I would say the same about Gwen but technically they brought Dove Cameron back :sweat:.
 

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I'm getting a lot more of a DC Super Hero Girls vibe from this, with the main series consisting of shorts and films, the kind of consumer products they will have available, and the surveying emphasizing what girls are looking for.
 

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Apparently DC Superhero Girls is a pretty big success, as I heard that’s it’s leading DC to start focusing more on graphic novels for the YA market since the DCSHG comics were selling really well, and with an actual series meant for TV on the way, Marvel Rising could be a big hit.
I can only imagine how much more successful it can be one they’re finally able to add X-Men characters.


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It's not much, but I found this interview with Kamil McFadden. He talks about this project a little towards the end. I presume the mention of "Elijah Bradley" is an oversight.

McFadden is keen to explore other facets of the industry, starting with his new project, where he’ll be playing Elijah Bradley (a.k.a Patriot) in the new animated TV show Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors.
Asking him why he was drawn to this project, he mentioned the diversity amongst the cast was a big qualifier. “There is just a a good range of diverse characters, there’s a Hispanic character played by Cierra Ramírez, and a Middle eastern character played by Kathreen Khavari.”
When he was auditioning for the show, McFadden explained that it was a vibrant and energetic environment. “The production process was amazing, it felt like a live audition. There were other actors there doing their table read and I could play off them. It flowed a lot better than if I read the script alone. It was a great experience.”
 

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Maybe it is Eli:confused:
There seems to be a rights issue blocking use of the Bradleys, which seems to be what spurred the creation of the new guy. It's pretty interesting how no animation exists for the Young Avengers aside from Cassie being seen as a little girl here and there, and now with America in Marvel Rising. They're not old enough to be iconic characters or current enough to be the In flavors.

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There seems to be a rights issue blocking use of the Bradleys, which seems to be what spurred the creation of the new guy. It's pretty interesting how no animation exists for the Young Avengers aside from Cassie being seen as a little girl here and there, and now with America in Marvel Rising. They're not old enough to be iconic characters or current enough to be the In flavors.

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I'm kind of surprised they haven't tried to work in Kate Bishop as Hawkeye in something yet. She would probably be a good fit for this :).

Wiccan and Hulking also probably have the issue that they're both associated with characters that are off-limits to the cartoons (Scarlet Witch and Skrulls respectively).