"In an interview with TV Guide, Marvel TV boss Jeph Loeb confirmed reports that the newly-announced second season of Ultimate Spider-Man will see Peter Parker teaming up with the Avengers, as well as mining next month's The Amazing Spider-Man movie for villainous material Read More: http://www.comicsalliance.com/2012/.../#ixzz204Rtz1gs"
so it looks like chances are it'll just be another goofy unsatisfying show like Ultimate Spiderman. Avengers EMH was cancelled for this.
"So where do I go. To the left where nothing is right...or the right where nothing is left."
Lol @ Hyperion no selling explosions but being hurt by Caps shield throw.
Loki's appearance in the latest episode was cool as was the Destroyer armour, expected a bit more from Thor though. For whatever reason the big guns are toned down so the human heroes can hang, but with better writing this needn't be the case. Good show if you enjoy mindless fun, but it's not a patch on A:EMH story-wise.
I noticed the in the Hulks:Agents of S.M.A.S.H. the Hulk is noticeably more intelligent than in Avengers Assembly, even though both cartoons are set in the same continuity. I assume that the events in the S.M.A.S.H. cartoon are set after those in AA, and at some point between the 2 Hulk undergoes an experience that increase his intelligence, maybe through a portion of Banner's personality emerging, and leaves the Avengers.
Hulk definitely needs to stop being "Mr Angry", his character was never that way in the comics.
Otherwise, I think they've got pretty much all of it "right", for what is a children's cartoon.
Hulk agents of boredom is utter crap though. Not a fan of seeing Hulk play straight-man to a bunch of "characters". A-Bomb/Rick is the most annoying, followed by Ross and then the retarded Skaar. Jen isn't bad though.
Kids are going to grow up believing that something like Hulk fighting Galactus is acceptable! How long did some of us grow up thinking what we saw in the spider-man and x-men cartoons in the 90's was the Gospel until we started the comics?
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under the bed.
This series sucks. Balls. Sweaty, hairy, smelly balls. I loved Earth's Mightiest Heroes. Watched most of the episodes a few times. Avengers Assemble was enough to make me start looking for alternative options... Great going, producers. Why keep a winning show going - nah, just see how much you can change it to really screw it up. The art sucks, the relationships are shallow, the characters are one-dimensional and the voice acting should be reduced to subtitles.