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Marvel: All New, All Different Chronicles
Marvel All New, All Different Chronicles
Television show information

Genre

Superhero
Action - Adventure
Science fantasy
Comedy-drama

Voices of

Haley Joel Osment
Ashley Johnson
Dove Cameron
Roger Craig Smith
Mick Wingert
Jennifer Hale
Scott Menville
Laura Bailey
Travis Willingham
George Newbern

Country of origin

USA

Original language(s)

American English

Production

Distributor

Disney–ABC Domestic Television
Vivendi Entertainment Canada (Canada)

Broadcast

Original network

Disney XD (United States)
Disney Channel
Disney+
Teletoon (Canada)
Citv (UK)

Chronology
Marvel: All New, All Different Chronicles is an American animated television series based on Marvel Comics, airing in Disney XD, Disney Channel and Disney+. Despite the title, the show is not an adaptation to the All New, All Different Marvel series.

Premise

Season 1

The first season focuses on three individual arcs and stories focusing on Spider-Man, the Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy respectively. Along with an original story, the series incorporates elements of the comic book series Ultimate Marvel: Earth-2 and the MCU movies.

  • Spider-Man's arc focuses on Peter Parker (still balancing his double life as a normal teen and as the superhero Spider-Man) entering a more effective lifestyle after dropping out of Midtown High School to join the Baxter Institute, a high school of science and technology for gifted young geniuses created by Reed Richards / Mr. Fantastic, while still having ordeals with supervillains like Doctor Octopus, Green Goblin, among others, and working to solve secrets about his family's past. Throughout his battles, Peter also learns teamwork with Richards and the Fantastic Four when many of his friends and colleagues become superheroes themselves and forming the "New Champions".
  • The Avengers' arc focuses on the Avengers (consisting of Captain America, Captain Marvel, Iron Man, Black Panther, Thor, Hulk and more) battling random threats which no hero can fight alone while working for the well-being of their own families. Joining the heroes' ordeals with supervillains are notable allies, including Spider-Man and his friends, the Fantastic Four and the X-Men.
  • The Guardians of the Galaxy's arc focuses on young Nathan "Nate" Quill working on balancing his double life as a student of Baxter Institute on Earth and the interstellar superhero Star-Lord while leading the Guardians of the Galaxy (consisting of his shape-shifting alien girlfriend Gamora, the android soldier Rocket Raccoon, cosmic-powered bulldog Drax the Destroyer, Nathan's alien mentor Yondu Udonta, Gamora's cyborg cousin Nebula and Asgardian sentient tree Groot) on battles against alien threats and supervillains, including the Kree forces of Ronan the Accuser.

The season ends with a final arc entitled "Infinity", on which the heroes and their allies work together to defeat Thanos, who is manipulating Earth's most fearsome tyrants, Doctor Doom and Red Skull, to wage a war which threatens all life on Earth.

Season 2

A second season (subtitled Battleworld) will incorporate a new arc featuring the Multiverse, which will feature the Avengers, New Champions and Guardians of the Galaxy encountering their counterparts from alternate dimensions as they team up against the Beyonder and the Serpent, who are competing against each other for control over the universe. The heroes, however, must also contend with the aggressive methods of their Earth's anti-heroes (including Venom and Morbius) and the corrupt and more unruly versions of themselves (such as the Superior Spider-Man, the Supreme Spider, the Ultimate Maker, Captain Hydra and Maestro) to save the Multiverse.

Characters

Episodes

The series' first season is split in three arcs with 14 episodes in each, and ends with the last arc with 10 episodes, in total of 52 episodes longing 22 minutes each.

Season 2 will feature 26 episodes longing the same running time each.

Soundtrack

Soundtrack consists of reprisals and new versions of the MCU soundtracks as well as the main theme of Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2. Similar to the 2015-2019 TV Series, the Guardians of the Galaxy's arc, contrary to other arcs in the series, also incorporates licensed songs which are used to augment the tone and soundtrack of the series.

Tropes

Spin-offs

References

Marvel: All New, All Different Chronicles
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