Originally Posted by Frontier
Case in point:
While it comes as a no brainer for Avengers Assemble, the possibility of Hulk and the agents of SMASH getting a second season is quite surprising. especially after the rumor that it will end after only 11 episodes. The show has been panned by fans and critics, and looks worse that the controversial Ultimate Spider-Man.
Avengers Assemble, on the other hand, seems like a smart good show that definitely deserves a second season.
What rumor? Well the show has already been on for 16 episodes, so that was clearly a fake rumor that someone probably put out there because they don't like the show, but they reported it and perpetuated it anyway. It has no credibility.
Their idea of an April Fool's joke. Reporting a fake story.
Here they twist a quote around by Joe Quesada by saying, "Oh Quesada is saying right off the bat this will only be one season of the show and not a full series. So Hulk and the Agents of SMASH will only be on for one season." They have no evidence to back that up other than taking creative license from a quote by Quesada. Instead they take an odd leap in logic.
There are two things i couldn’t confirm: The first thing is that i heard that Hulk and the agents of SMASH season 1 will only run for 13 episodes, and not 26. I will update this story as soon as i confirm the truth about this info.
The second thing i am trying to confirm, is the show that will take Hulk and the agents of SMASH slot. Remember that there is an Iron-Man Animated series in the works? (still trying to confirm this)"
Here they are saying that the show is only running for 13 episodes and not 26. Then they said an Iron Man show is taking its place. Both are clearly wrong at this point and they never retracted this.
So now they've gone from reporting Hulk is done after 13 episodes and saying its horrible and hated to saying it's likely to get renewed for another season, which they don't understand because of the rumors. Well that's the thing about internet rumors, they have a tendency to be fake.
"This is true. This is real. This . . . Is . . . STRAIGHT EDGE."