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"The Avengers": Earth's Mightiest Heroes Assemble for a Rather Lame Series

The final two-parter, “Breakout,” features the supervillain Graviton breaking free mysteriously from SHIELD (alongside legions of other supervillains), echoing the birth of The New Avengers (in which a mass supervillain breakout from The Raft forms a makeshift team of Avengers soon after they disassembled). Admittedly, this is where the television run starts, which is partly […]

Josh Fine Exits Marvel Animation

As of April 15, 2011, former Animation Director of Development, Josh Fine, is no longer with Marvel. Fine announced his departure from Marvel Entertainment via Twitter last Thursday, April 14. Fine stated, “After five and a half amazing years, tomorrow will be my last day at Marvel. Many thanks to all of the fans who […]

WonderCon 2011 - Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes and Iron Man Anime Panel Report

It’s Saturday, April 2 at The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes and Iron Man Anime Panel. “There are S.H.I.E.L.D. agents… that are posted throughout this place,” said Jeph Loeb. “You can see them, they’re wearing blue suits. Believe or not, these guys have night vision goggles on—I am not making this up. If you are recording […]

"Super Hero Squad Show" Vol. 2 is Faster and Funnier

Marvel’s The Super Hero Squad Show and DC’s Batman: The Brave and the Bold both have a number of common elements: a highly stylized visual aesthetic, wonderful animation and voice acting performances, a penchant for exclamation marks at the end of every episode title, and a combination of affection for the tried-and-true superhero comic book […]

IGN Hosts "Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes" Trailer

IGN is hosting the trailer for Marvel’s new cartoon Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, which is slated to premiere on Disney XD in Fall 2010: More The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes Info (via TZ member Matt Hazuda)

"The Super Hero Squad Show" Vol. 1: Prime Grade Super Hero Silliness

The Super Hero Squad Show is the demented radioactive mutant love child of Marvel Comics superheroes and Looney Tunes, and the miracle isn’t that it works as well as it does but that it works at all. This show and Batman: The Brave and the Bold came along at just the right time, with both […]

San Diego Comic-Con 2009: Marvel Gets Animated And Some Anime Too

Marvel Studios proved that they are indeed a well oiled and organized machine during their Animation Panel on Friday of the San Diego Comic-Con.  The event began with a video reel showcasing the latest and more recent Marvel animation such as Wolverine And The X-Men, Spectacular Spider-Man, Iron Man: Armored Adventures, the Marvel/Lionsgate DVD movies, […]

The Spectacular Spider-Man's Sophomore Season Swings In

After far too many months of holding our collective breaths regarding the fate of Marvel’s latest animated hit series, fans of The Spectacular Spider-Man can finally breathe easy. The show premiered early in 2008 on Kids WB, which morphed into the untested animation block, the CW 4 Kids. They aired a full season, but the […]

"Iron Man: Armored Adventures" Premiere Strikes the Iron Hot!

The April 24th premiere of Iron Man: Armored Adventures–based upon the popular comic book character of the same name–scored Nicktoons Network its highest original series premiere ever with boys 6-11, averaging about 125,000 viewers in said demographic. The Nicktoons Network homepage also scored in the six digit range with 239,000 visitors (+389% versus last year) […]

"Iron Man: Armored Adventures" Survives the Move to High-School

With super-powers derived from his high-tech exoskeleton, Marvel Comics’ Iron Man is one of the ultimate wish-fulfillment superheroes. It might require Tony Stark’s technical brilliance and multi-billion dollar war chest to build the suit of armor, but if you accept that the armor exists, anybody who puts it on can be Iron Man. It almost […]

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