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

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I guess this gives us a good idea of what the animation style will look like :).

I was expecting it to look a little different then the Marvel Animation house style, though it looks more Avengers Assemble then Marvel's Spider-Man :sweat:.

Though having said that, it's still kind of funny that characters from other cartoons look pretty different here :p.
 

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Personally, Spider-Man is the show that these designs look closest to. Captain Marvel definitely looks the same as she did in her Marvel Super Hero Adventures short. I was thinking the art Kidscreen used might be closest to final product but that was pretty different, too.

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Has there been a consistent look for Squirrel Girl yet?

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Personally, Spider-Man is the show that these designs look closest, too. Captain Marvel definitely looks the same as she did in her Marvel Super Hero Adventures short. I was thinking the art Kidscreen used might be closest to final product but that was pretty different, too.

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I still think it's more Avengers then Spider-Man, if only because none of the female characters would probably be sporting long hair if they were on Marvel's Spider-Man :p.
 

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Personally, Spider-Man is the show that these designs look closest to. Captain Marvel definitely looks the same as she did in her Marvel Super Hero Adventures short. I was thinking the art Kidscreen used might be closest to final product but that was pretty different, too.

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Clearly Spider-Man is the same from the new series, but Captain Marvel next to him seems very poorly drawn, compared with Spidey and even the guy with the moustache/beard.
 

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Yeah, this definitely doesn't look like it's being made with an animated movie budget :sweat:.
Definitely not.

Every time Marvel Animation does a project solo it's always disappointing.

This better be their last solo project, the need to co produce their shows cause obviously they can't not with the budget they are given.
 

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I'm kind of a little worried about Moon Girl now...
I have a lot of faith in Titmouse. Fishburne's production company is involved as well and I have no idea what standards they might aim for, as far as writing or animation. Marvel was in charge of EMH and Ultimate Spider-Man but with Film Roman in charge of animation production, those shows looked better than anything that was done in-house afterwards. I at least hope that the same thing happens with Moon Girl (if they really even go forward with it).

I'm still hoping that Rising turns out decent especially since it's something they seem to really want to push and since it's a little cheaper to make 6 shorts and a movie than a 26 episode season. It feels silly continuing to try and be optimistic about this stuff sometimes but I just have to hope.
 

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Does that look like an animated feature film to anyone? Might as well make it a Disney XD show. Nothing compared to super hero girls
Really? I found Super Hero Girls dull and generic in its writing and visuals. (All the female characters had the same facial designs; which is a design aspect I hate in animation.)

Plus it's for preschool girls...
 

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Really? I found Super Hero Girls dull and generic in its writing and visuals. (All the female characters had the same facial designs; which is a design aspect I hate in animation.)

Plus it's for preschool girls...
It worked for what it was but at the same time it looked finished, it was rendered better and way better colouring mechanics that made it look like a big budget series.
 

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Really? I found Super Hero Girls dull and generic in its writing and visuals. (All the female characters had the same facial designs; which is a design aspect I hate in animation.)

Plus it's for preschool girls...
Well, DC Superhero Girls is a 26-episode-per-season (13 in season 1) web series, which are usually low budget, hence why some corners are cut in animation, and why most of its cast consists of professional voice actors. The TV series will most likely be a little better looking. Plus, Shea Fontana, the showrunner for the main series, is known primarily for preschool animation, such as Doc McStuffins, Dorothy And The Wizard Of Oz, and Disney Palace Pets, though DC Superhero Girls is rated TV-Y7 instead of TV-Y like the other shows, so it's technically made for older kids.

Back to the movie at hand, I do wonder why Marvel hasn't co-produced a show with another animation company since Ultimate SpiderMan. I mean, I think this, Guardians 2015, Avengers 2013, and SpiderMan 2017 look good visually, through Ultimate SpiderMan is the best one from a visual standpoint. Big Hero 6 The Series has great animation, but Marvel has little involvement in it, while Disney handles everything, so I'm not how much it counts.
 

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Well, DC Superhero Girls is a 26-episode-per-season (13 in season 1) web series, which are usually low budget, hence why some corners are cut in animation, and why most of its cast consists of professional voice actors. The TV series will most likely be a little better looking. Plus, Shea Fontana, the showrunner for the main series, is known primarily for preschool animation, such as Doc McStuffins, Dorothy And The Wizard Of Oz, and Disney Palace Pets, though DC Superhero Girls is rated TV-Y7 instead of TV-Y like the other shows, so it's technically made for older kids.

Back to the movie at hand, I do wonder why Marvel hasn't co-produced a show with another animation company since Ultimate SpiderMan. I mean, I think this, Guardians 2015, Avengers 2013, and SpiderMan 2017 look good visually, through Ultimate SpiderMan is the best one from a visual standpoint. Big Hero 6 The Series has great animation, but Marvel has little involvement in it, while Disney handles everything, so I'm not how much it counts.
Big Hero 6 has smooth animation, beautiful colours, great shading for great lighting presentation, as beautiful as Marvel's past which is a darn shame.

Is this what Marvel can't do?

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