The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes

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  • Episode Guide
  • S 2 : Ep 26

    Powerless

    Aired 5/5/13

  • S 2 : Ep 25

    Avengers Assemble!

    Aired 11/11/12

  • S 2 : Ep 24

    Live Kree or Die

    Aired 11/4/12

  • S 2 : Ep 23

    Operation Galactic Storm

    Aired 10/21/12

  • S 2 : Ep 22

    New Avengers

    Aired 10/14/12

  • Cast & Crew
  • Alex D├ęsert

    Nick Fury

  • Brian Bloom

    Steve Rogers a.k.a. Captain America

  • Chris Cox

    Clint Barton a.k.a. Hawkeye

  • Colleen O'Shaughnessey

    Janet van Dyne a.k.a. The Wasp

  • Eric Loomis

    Tony Stark a.k.a. Iron Man

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  • This animated series follows the adventures of the superhero team The Avengers - primarily consisting of Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, the Hulk, Ant-Man (a.k.a. Giant-Man), Wasp, Hawkeye, and the Black Panther - as they team up to save the world from dangers far too great for one superhero to handle alone. The Avengers frequently work with S.H.I.E.L.D., a peacekeeping agency run by Nick Fury (while the two aren't competing to save the world by their own means, which are often quite different).moreless

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    • Klaw: Good-bye, Dr.Pym - wherever you are.

    • Maria Hill : Don't even think it, old man.

    • Jimmy Woo: Cyborg, down on the ground! Now!
      Grim Reaper: No need to panic everyone. I've got a note from my doctor.

    • Blizzard: I remember when you put me away here, Iron Man. I remember what I told myself I'd do if I ever saw you again! Iron Man: Lemme guess: Bore me to death?

    • Iron Man: (after deflecting AIM's fire) You know, for calling yourselves the "Advanced Idea Mechanics", that was a really bad idea.

    • Graviton: I'm the strongest one there is! Hulk: You sure about that?

    • Giant Man: (to Graviton) You're sick, Frederick. You need help. Wasp: Or possibly more zapping.

    • Nick Fury: What do you want, Hall? Graviton: Oh, I think you know. I want to treat you with the same "kindness" that you've shown me. I'm going to take years off of your life! (uses his powers to crush Fury) On second thought, I'll take it all.

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    Notes (100)

    • This episode was combined with the micro-episodes "HYDRA Lives," "Behold, the Mandroids!" and "Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD" to form "Iron Man is Born!," the first full-length episode of the series to be produced.

    • This episode premiered online at DisneyXD.com on September 23, 2010.

    • This episode was combined with the micro-episodes "Hulk Versus the World," "This Monster, This Hero," and "

    • This episode was combined with the microepisodes "Hulk Versus the World", "This Monster, This Hero", and "Beware the Widow's Bite!" to form "Hulk Versus the World", the third full-length episode of the series to be produced.

    • This episode made its online debut at disneyxd.com on Thursday, 9/23/10.

    • Character debuts: Bruce Banner/Hulk, General Ross, Absoring Man

    • This episode premiered online at DisneyXD.com on September 24, 2010.

    • This episode was combined with the micro-episodes "Enter the Whirlwind," "Welcome to Wakanda," and "The Big House" to form "The Man in the Ant Hill," the fifth full-length episode of the series to be produced.

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    Trivia (27)

    • This episode's title is taken from Tales To Astonish #27 (Jan. 1962), featuring the first appearance of Ant-Man.

    • This episode was combined with the microepisodes "Enter the Whirlwind", "Welcome to Wakanda", and "The Big House" to form "The Man in the Ant Hill", the fifth full-length episode of the series to be produced.

    • This episode made its online debut at disneyxd.com on Wednesday, 10/6/10.

    • This episode made its online debut at disneyxd.com on Friday, 9/24/10.

    • When Thor was battling Graviton, Graviton increased the amount of gravity on Thor by 1,000 times Earth's normal gravity - sending him to the bottom of the ocean. Later in the episode, the entire team was battling Graviton when he increased the amount of gravity on all of the heroes. When he did this, the only team member who could move at all was the Hulk (with great effort). We can assume that this means the Hulk is capable of withstanding 1,000 times Earth's normal gravity if not more when he tries hard enough.

    • The S.H.I.E.L.D. agent piloting Hawkeye and Black Widow's jet is called Morse - most likely referring to Bobbi Morse, who became the heroine Mockingbird (to make an appearance later in the series, in the episode Widow's Sting) and married Hawkeye in the comics.

    • One of the soldiers with Captain America is named "Howlett", and addresses his commanding officer as "bub". This may be James Howlett, later Logan (also known as Wolverine, of the X-Men).

    • The Quinjets can reach air speeds as high as Mach 8.

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    Allusions (17)

    • The newspaper the cab driver is reading has the headlines "Vigilante 'punishes' again" and "Man-like thing stalks upstate". These are references to Marvel characters the Punisher and Man-Thing. The paper is also titled "Excelsior", a catchphrase of Stan Lee's.

    • Two of Klaw's henchmen resemble the characters Blain Cooper and Billy Sole, from the film Predator.

    • Hawkeye: (to the Hulk) You wanna go, Jade Jaws?! Right here and now?! Let's do this! This is a reference to the Hulk's frequent nickname, Jade Jaws, which is used in comics and popular media.

    • The newspaper the cab driver reads has the headlines "Secret School for Mutants?" and "Replaced by aliens!! Baxter tenant speaks..." They are references to Professor Charles Xavier's school for gifted children (headquarters of the X-Men) and the Skrulls, a shapeshifting alien race.

    • The name of the dog food in the "Kirby Kibble" commercial is a nod to Jack Kirby, a comic book artist, writer, and editor, who made many major contributions to Marvel Comics.

    • Grim Reaper mentions a meeting with "the fat man", and being told that he will not stand in HYDRA's way. This is most likely a reference to Wilson Fisk, also known as the Kingpin - a corpulent crime boss in the Marvel universe.

    • Clint Barton: We need to move the team to the west coast. This is a reference to the short-lived West Coast Avengers series, where Hawkeye established his own team of Avengers in Los Angeles.

    • Thor's confrontation with Ultron and his line of "Ultron. We would have words with thee." mirrors a similiar scene in The Avengers (Vol. 3) #22.

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  • Fan Reviews (20)
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    By chris1233455, Jul 11, 2014

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    By Eliseer, Jun 29, 2013

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