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A list of TV Tropes for Marvel: All New, All Different Chronicles.

Tropes

  • 0% Approval Rating:
    • The people of Latveria are rather unhappy with Doctor Doom's rule. Most of them out of fear of him, still others hate him for his evil, oppressive nature. In the end of Season 1, they become rather happy and overjoyed after Doom is banished from Earth along with Red Skull.
  • A God Am I: Loren Williams is a delusional and mentally ill executive at Oscorp who believed himself to be actually Loki, the trickster of the Asgardians, in human form.
  • Action Dad: High examples include Steve Rogers / Captain America, Tony Stark / Iron Man, Thor, Clint Barton / Ronin, T'Challa / Black Panther, Bruce Banner / Hulk, Reed Richards / Mr. Fantastic, and Ben Grimm / the Thing.
  • Action Mom: High examples include Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow, Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel, Pepper Potts / Rescue, Susan Storm / Invisible Woman, and Jennifer "Jen" Walters / She-Hulk.
  • Action Girl: Very much every female superhero featured in the show.
  • Adaptational Kindness: Sally Avril (who was originally neglectful or hostile towards Peter Parker in some other media like The Spectacular Spider-Man) is significantly nicer and more sympathetic to him in the show. She is even said to be his only friend in Midtown High School.
  • Adaptational Villainy:
    • In "Living Brainstorm", not only do Flash Thompson and J. Jonah Jameson ruin each other's reputation while in each other's body, but also reveal how bad they can be; Thompson revealing how much he hates every nerd in New York (even those who simply wear glasses) and Jameson even expressing his disgust for not only teens who are dressed as superheroes, but the modern teens' culture (even the cheerleaders). And both even turn out not to regard much of the citizens' safety when driving recklessly in streets to confront each other, as they are shown wreaking some havoc and endangering citizens in the road.
  • Age Lift:
    • Gwen Stacy, Kamala Khan and Riri Williams were at the age of 15/16 in the comics and other related media. Here, they are 12.
    • Matt Murdock / Daredevil is depicted as a teenager in the show.
  • Alpha Bitch: Ashley Kafka for Peter Parker and his friends from Baxter Institute. Considered to be a popular girl in Midtown High, she is also rather overbearing and bossy towards the school reporters (if not worse than J. Jonah Jameson), and is always yelling at Peter for his certain misfortunes and failures in Midtown High. At one point, when showing off her adoration for the school's jocks, she even wins Flash Thompson's affection by sharing her dislike for Peter, claiming that "his friends are outside their school". Kafka also has some more hostile rivalry with Liz Danvers Rogers, and is immaturely jealous of her because Liz has better life style than Kafka has.
  • Berserk Button:
    • Peter Parker does not take kindly to anyone who hurts or threatens his friends and family by the most unjust way, and even less those who insult and/or disrespect Uncle Ben's memory and knowledge of Great Power coming with Great Responsibility. He does not hesitate on breaking his enemies' teeth and fists with his bare hands.
    • Much like Tom Hardy's character in the 2018 Venom film, the Symbiote objects very violently to anyone (even its own host) who ever calls it a "parasite".
    • Otto Octavius / Doctor Octopus will punish anyone who insults (or makes any wrong mention of) his dead wife Rose, especially those who mock Octavius' failure to save her.
    • All Action Moms and Action Dads will object very negatively to however plans to get their children involved in life-threatening situations or put them on harm's way. High examples will include Captain America and Captain Marvel to anyone who makes a wrong mention about their daughter Liz / Starforce (they would both yell: "Leave Liz out it!"), and Bruce Banner / Hulk, who furiously scolds at some Oscorp scientists for their lack of responsibility with their Spider-Slayers having almost cost his daughter Anya her life.
    • Doctor Doom (who hates Reed Richards / Mr. Fantastic more than Norman Osborn does) will punish anyone who voices any positive thoughts about Richards. And God help any Latverian who even claims that Richards is superior to Doom.
  • Beware the Nice Ones:
    • Liz Danvers Rogers / Starforce is well-manned and kindhearted, but much like her parents (Steve Rogers / Captain America and Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel), she is a warrior, determined to never back away until the fight is done.
    • Kamala Khan / Ms. Marvel is gentle, sweet and joyful, but she is also a brave fighter of her own league.
  • Big Bad:
    • Thanos in the overall Season 1 episodes, although each of the three main arcs has its main antagonist: the Goblin (reinvented in the last episode as "Green Goblin") in Spider-Man's arc, Madame Masque in the Avengers' arc, and Ronan the Accuser in the Guardians of the Galaxy's arc.
  • Broken Pedestal:
    • Flash Thompson, considered a popular football star in Midtown High, becomes this to Annabelle Brady after he indirectly motivates Reed Richards in denying Midtown High students and teachers from access to Baxter Institute by ruining her interview with Peter Parker, and later to all girls (including the cheerleaders who had a crush in him) after he (actually J. Jonah Jameson during the body swap) insults them most infamously and gets in a fight against the jocks dressed as Spider-Man.
    • Marla Madison had become young prodigies' (including Annabelle Brady's) only true scientific idol in Oscorp for an unknown period of time. This changes drastically for Anna after learning that Marla created a clone of her using a blood-sample extracted by Harry Osborn before she left Midtown High. And even more drastically after Marla is revealed to be in league with Madame Masque's Shadow Council.
  • Calling the Old Man Out:
    • Peter Parker (through his Life Model Decoy) throws one at Norman Osborn and another at Otto Octavius in episode "A Better Genius". First at Osborn over how neglected he was feeling by both students (except Sally Avril) and teachers and, most grievously, while still blaming both Octavius and Osborn for Uncle Ben's death. He later throws one at Octavius after learning that he was the Master Planner.
    • Sally Avril (following her transformation into the Snow Leopard) throws one at Raymond Warren in the climax of the episode "Feline Power", after learning that he lied to her about her deceased parents before letting Spider-Man, Tigra, Lightyear and Shadowcat reveal her nature as Inhuman/Mutant hybrid to the public.
  • The Cameo: Animated incarnations of popular celebrities make cameos in the show.
    • Stan Lee, like many Marvel media until Avengers: Endgame, makes post-humous cameos in every episode around the series' Season 1. Some are silent and inaudible, and others have archive dialogues from previous media.
    • Steve Ditko also makes a cameo alongside Lee in the last episode of Spider-Man's arc.
  • Cassandra Truth:
    • As a result of the two damaging each other's reputation while their minds and bodies were swapped, no one believes in Thompson and Jameson when they mention the swap. Peter Parker is the only one who does, but chooses not to discuss about it as he "owes them nothing".
    • Because of her hatred of Peter and his friends, Ashley Kafka refuses to believe that Norman Osborn (Midtown High School's benefactor) is responsible for the terrible events which occurred, such as Otto Octavius' transformation into the Master Planner / Doctor Octopus and the Oscorp riot which resulted in Uncle Ben's death. This changes after the battle against Mister Negative exposes Hydra within Midtown High and Raymond Warren as the Jackal.
  • Childhood Friend Romance:
    • Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson have known each other and became very close friends since they were children, and eventually begun dating at the age of 13.
    • Nathan Quill and Zoe Gillan / Gamora
  • Disney Villain Death:
  • The Dragon:
    • Raymond Warren the Jackal for the Goblin / Green Goblin
    • Rhino for Madame Masque and the Shadow Council
    • Korath the Pursuer for Ronan the Accuser
    • Pretty much every member of the Black Order for Thanos
  • Enemy Civil War: Red Skull's Hydra forces and Doctor Doom's Imperial armies from Latveria are in this, although it is also made by Thanos' manipulations.
  • Fiery Redhead: Harassing her family relatives and friends (especially her boyfriend Peter Parker) will be the last thing the men she hates would do. Especially when she is in her form of Tigra. And God help however she claws in their chests.
  • Freaky Friday Flip: Episode "Living Brainstorm" has Flash Thompson and J. Jonah Jameson swapping minds and bodies, but not voices.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: In the Hulk's background story, Hulk and Bruce Banner were once separated from each other due to a duplicator ray machine's side-effect which left them in individual bodies. Later, after Banner was about to die from his injuries, Hulk (having learned to valorize humanity's existence through Banner) sacrificed himself by using a mind machine to swap his mind with Banner's, letting Banner live in his body so he can be with his son Skaar and daughter Anya, and dying peacefully in Banner's body.
  • Humiliation Conga:
    • Flash Thompson gets this in "Living Brainstorm", where he is expelled from Midtown High because of the damage J. Jonah Jameson (in Thompson's body) did to his life.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: Several occasions.
  • Green-Eyed Monster:
    • According to Johnny Storm / Human Torch, Doctor Doom was this for the relationship between Reed Richards / Mr. Fantastic and Susan Storm / Invisible Woman sometime before they got married. And he still is.
  • "It" Is Dehumanizing:
    • Ashley Kafka hates the Bilderberg Academy girls so much, she does not even view them as human beings. At one point when she sees Liz Danvers Rogers with Cameron Potts Stark, Kafka rudely asks: "What is that thing doing there?! Who called it in?!"
  • It's All About Me: One of Flash Thompson's main attitudes according to Peter Parker and Sally Avril, who even reveals that his bedroom has numerous posters, love pictures and art work based on himself.
  • Ironic Echo:
    • In "A Better Genius", Peter remembers the day when he and all of Midtown High School students (under Raymond Warren's request) "had to" repeat their school year due to the school's database being stolen by the Master Planner. When Peter objected to this, Warren just replied: "I'm just sorry, but it's just too much said and done.". One year later, after Peter decided to drop out of Midtown High to join the Baxter Institute, Warren begged for him to stay. But Peter, due to his newfound distrust in his former principal and his long-time distrust in Midtown High's benefactor Norman Osborn, just replied: "I'm just sorry, but it's just too much said and done.". At the same episode, he overhears Ashley Kafka (in a means to win Flash Thompson's attention) mocking: "Parker's like the rest of these nerds: just another little nobody. And to be fair, his friends are outside this school.". Later on, when Kafka objected to Peter's enrollment at Baxter Institute, Peter remarked: "Haven't you heard? My friends are outside this school. And so am I.".
    • In "Living Brainstorm" Peter had discreetly overheard Flash Thompson (in response of jocks remarking the Osborns' concerns over Peter leaving Midtown High to enroll at Baxter Institute) say: "He was a loser anyway. We don't need him.". Later, after Thompson is expelled for the outcome of the body swap between him and Jameson, Peter is asked by Annabelle for his opinions of the incident. He claims he did not care, ironically quoting: "He was a loser anyway. No one needed him.".
  • Jerk Jock: Flash Thompson, as in most comics and media.
  • Kubrick Stare:
  • Large and in Charge: Mary Jane Watson's alien father Soto, the chief of the Titanian Tiger tribe on Earth, is significantly taller and bigger than other Titanian Tigers (who are about the size of normal humans), and about the size of other power-houses like Bruce Banner / Hulk, Ben Grimm / Thing and Thanos.
  • Laser-Guided Karma:
  • Maternal Death? Blame the Child - A flashback of Lana Rose's childhood reveals that she was blamed for her mother's death, caused after childbirth, by her own aunt Emily. Because of that, Lana disregards herself as part of the Osborn family, viewing only Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow as family.
  • Meaningful Echo:
    • Uncle Ben's noble knowledge: "With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility", as always, is remarked by many heroes and friends of Peter Parker / Spider-Man as a meaningful quote and life lesson, especially for those who are new in heroics.
  • Metronomic Man Mashing: Happens in several occasions, such as:
  • Never My Fault: Another attitude of Flash Thompson's is his bad habit of blaming someone else (mostly the people he hates) for what is even his own mistake. At least he begins making an exception for Peter after Sally Avril calls him out.
  • Noodle Incident: Several characters have high, intense grudges against Norman Osborn for the terrible incidents which occurred because of him, such as the Oscorp riot (which led to the deaths of Peter Parker's uncle Ben, Nathan Quill's father, Gwen Stacy's parents, among others), the Kree assault on a Oscorp facility (which resulted in the deaths of Kate Bishop's parents) and the sabotage of Otto Octavius' lab experiments (which led to his transformation into the Master Planner / Doctor Octopus, and the death of his wife Rose).
  • Non-Human Humanoid Hybrid:
    • Sally Avril / Snow Leopard, who is the daughter of a unnamed male Inhuman and a unnamed female Mutant.
    • Ann-Gell / Firestar, who is the daughter of renegade Kree captain Mar-Vell and Shi'ar Chancellor Vitana.
  • Official Couple: Several couples, such as:
    • Peter Parker / Spider-Man and Mary Jane Watson / Tigra
    • Steve Rogers / Captain America and Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel
    • Aamir the Phantom Tiger and Kate Bishop / Redhawk
    • Nathan "Nate" Quill / Star-Lord and Zoe Gillan / Gamora
    • Groot and Nebula
  • Out Of Character Alert:
  • Pre-Asskicking One-Liner:
  • Related in the Adaptation:
    • Steve Rogers / Captain America and Bucky are biological brothers.
    • Gwen Stacy is Scott Lang and Hope Van Dyne's niece, Hank Pym's granddaughter and Cassie Lang's cousin.
    • Quake is the daughter of the Thing and She-Hulk.
    • Anya Corazon is Bruce Banner's daughter.
    • Miles Morales and Riri Williams are cousins.
    • Gamora and Nebula are biological cousins.
  • Secret Relationship:
    • Despite their respective superhero alter-egos of Lightyear and Snow Leopard being public knowledge, the romance between Cameron Potts Stark and Sally Avril (which had begun since the day Sally ended her former relationship with Flash Thompson) was mainly a secret from most people; including Norman Osborn and Raymond Warren, because neither of them would have approved. Only their closest friends and Cameron's parents Tony Stark and Pepper Potts showed awareness and support of their romance. They soon made their romance public in the middle of Season 1.
    • Liz Danvers Rogers / Starforce is in a secret romance with her longtime friend Marcus Thompson / White Wolf, although only Liz's parents, Marcus' mother, Peter Parker / Spider-Man and Mary Jane Watson / Tigra are aware of their romance. It is only until the last episode of Spider-Man's arc where they let other heroes know of their relationship.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: Mary Jane Watson as in most incarnations.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal:
    • Aamir the Phantom Tiger, who is a Inhuman tribesman, can communicate with wild life, allowing him to talk to animals.
    • Sam Wilson / Falcon has the ability to talk to and understand birds, as part of one the abilities he earned from the Mask of Horus.
    • Zoe Gillan / Gamora also has this trait like all other alien shape-shifters of her kind.
  • Spoiled Sweet: Liz Danvers Rogers is considered a popular girl because of her parentage (being the daughter of two respected army leaders who are secretly Captain America and Captain Marvel). Still, based on her parents' patriotic acts, Liz is also very well-mannered, kindhearted and compassionate. And also more interested in helping the innocents like a true hero would do, and spend a really good time with her friends.
  • Talk to the Fist:
  • The Big Damn Kiss:
  • The Starscream: Wilson Fisk the Kingpin in Thanos' Black Order.
  • Villain Episode: “Jail Break”, featuring Venom, Yellowjacket, Morbius, Killmonger, Typhoid Mary, Taskmaster, and Blastaar seeking their way out of the Vault while they also contend with the Enchantress and the Executioner. It is also the only episode featuring no superheroes.
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