Marvel Launching New And Very Diverse Animated Universe

Marvel Launching Animated Property 'Marvel Rising' in 2018

The villain in the series will be Hala, voiced by Ming-Na Wen.

Marvel is doubling down on its next generation of heroes with the announcement of Marvel Rising, a new multi-platform initiative focusing on younger characters including Ms. Marvel, Squirrel Girl and members of the Inhumans.

This series, titled "Marvel Rising", will be rolled out in six, four-minute digital shorts, and a film, "Marvel Rising: Secret Warrior" is set for a release later in 2018.

Marvel announced Thursday that it plans to launch a new animated series next year, focused on the young, diverse talent it has in its universe like Ms. Marvel, Squirrel Girl and others. But like the all-Latino cast of Coco, it looks like Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors paid sharp attention to accurate and authentic casting, even if they're only acting behind a sound booth. However, Marvel neither moved away from the SJW stories - despite the sales tanking horribly - nor did they truly bring back the quality stories featuring the original Marvel heroes that many fans hoped would come back. "So I'm very excited that our Marvel Rising team of heroes is so inclusive, reflecting characters with different backgrounds, particularly a set of strong female leads that our young audience can connect with", said Cort Lane, Marvel's Senior Vice President of Animation & Family Entertainment.

The team also includes Inferno (Tyler Posey), Patriot (Kamil McFadden), Exile (Booboo Stewart), and Tippy Toe and Lockjaw (Dee Bradley Baker).

Watch your favorite shows on fuboTV: Watch over 67 live sports and entertainment channels with a 7-day FREE trial! It came out of a desire to be able to tell stories about characters that we think are the next great heroes of the Marvel Universe. "That there is a character for every kind of Marvel fan out there". The PR ruse to lure fans back in only to throw a curve-ball at them by continuing to move down the path of SJWism was further cemented into the ground with Marvel Rising.

Marvel released a video introducing the rest of the voice cast for "Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors". Keep the conversation going in the comments section below.

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