Also, I'm wondering if you think Iron Man/Captain America: Heroes United will be better than Iron Man/Hulk: Heroes United in the writing/story department.
Thanks for the comments. I understand what you're saying.
If I remember correctly, the DVD came out about one and a half months after the show became available on Netflix. The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, on the other hand, came to DVD a little over a month before first appearing on Netflix.
Do the DVDs in Holland play the episodes in order? I read that the American release plays them out of order.
The first season of Ultimate Spider-Man was released over four DVDs by Beyond Home Entertainment in Australia too. Followed by a Ultimate-Man season 1 steelbook which includes the previous four DVDs. It looks like the episodes are only slightly out of order (one episode), judging by the back covers at Devoted DVD.
There might be better DVD releases of more recent Marvel cartoon series in Australia in future, the latest two series (Avengers Assemble, Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.) still have not been shown on TV in Australia yet.
I was wondering, if Disney released a 'Best Of' DVD set featuring fan-favorite episodes of Ultimate Spider-Man, Avengers Assemble, and Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (great or better than average episodes), would anyone get this? (Note: I didn't include EMH, because Disney will probably want to promote the new shows).
By the way, I have seen Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. finally and...I will wait to see a few more episodes before deciding how I feel about the show, and why I now understand everyone's disinterest in a DVD set. Speaking of such, I don't know if the DVD is still coming out (not that anyone here seems to care, but still). Amazon.com set a date of January 1, 2037 meanwhile Amazon.ca still has February 11, 2014. I don't know.
Last thing, from what I've heard, no more Ultimate Spider-Man DVD sets seem to be in-the-works. Sorry season 2 fans. Bad sales for the Avenging Spider-Man set, perhaps?
I really wish Disney would release some of the older Marvel cartoons on DVD soon, I'm not sure what the reasons are for always sitting on this stuff. They have these properties that are huge moneymakers and they have these unreleased things in their library they could be getting more out of it with. It's weird, a while ago they took off just about every episode of the 90s Spidey show that was on YouTube off of there on copyright claims and it made me think that maybe that meant they were finally going to release something since they cared so much to do that. Eh, guess not in that way.
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