You don’t have to wait for the 5th or 6th phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to meet the new generation of Marvel superheroes — they’re already here. Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors introduces a new group of superpowered teens that make up Marvel’s most diverse onscreen team yet.
Disney Channel’s Marvel Rising franchise introduced young audiences to fan-favorite comic book characters through comics and animated prequel shorts, but now takes things a step further with an 80-minute animated film. Lead by the beloved heroes Squirrel Girl and Ms. Marvel, Marvel’s most diverse team yet makes its debut in the Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors trailer.
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It’s taken them a long time, but Marvel is finally bringing a fully diverse superhero team to the screen. And though it’s not the big screen, it’s still pretty darn cool.
The animated feature film Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors will boast a team of some of the most beloved female characters and heroes of color in the Marvel comics: Captain Marvel, America Chavez, Squirrel Girl, Patriot, Spider-Gwen (going by Ghost Spider here), Quake, Inferno, and Exile. And in an even greater bid for diversity, the vast majority of the actors voicing them are also people of color — including some familiar Marvel TV faces.
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