The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes 2 Seasons 2010

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Season 1
(18) IMDb 8.5/10
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1. Iron Man is Born! TV-Y7 CC

When the villainous organization known as HYDRA attacks the United Nations, the fate of the world's leaders is in the hands of Iron Man!

Starring:
Eric Loomis, Colleen O'Shaughnessey
Runtime:
24 minutes
Original air date:
October 24, 2010

Available to watch on supported devices.

Iron Man is Born!

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Season 1

Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Action, Kids & Family
Starring Eric Loomis, Colleen O'Shaughnessey
Supporting actors Brian Bloom, Rick D. Wasserman, Chris Cox, Fred Tatasciore, James C. Mathis III, Wally Wingert, Phil LaMarr, Alex Désert, Troy Baker, Kari Wahlgren, Jennifer Hale, Vanessa Marshall, Kari Wuhrer, Robin Atkin Downes, Nolan North, Jim Ward, Gabriel Mann, Cam Clarke
Season year 2011
Network Marvel Entertainment
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

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I'd gladly watch more.
Jose Caballero
So now I'm into them, thanks to this show and my adorable boy who loves Ironman!
Mieshka
Very well done and there is a great chemistry/dynamic amongst the team.
auroramonroe

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Theo on July 17, 2012
Without wishing to raise the specter of ancient Marvel/DC rivalries, it's impossible not to compare this series with Justice League, and with Justice League's successor series, Justice League Unlimited. For although The Avengers doesn't quite have the philosophical depth of Justice League Unlimited, like the Justice League shows it is nevertheless proof positive that a superhero cartoon can be done entirely seriously and - astonishing as this might be for some people - still wind up as an intelligent piece of television. Far more so in fact than most live action "grown up" shows that get made.

There is so much to say here, but of course, I don't want to give away any spoilers. One thing I will say is that I particularly love the languid pace at which the broader, season-spanning plot arcs are slowly, almost casually moved into place, even as the audience is blitzkrieged with the superheroic action sequences of the moment. For like Justice League Unlimited, this show is as much a serial as it is a series.

So keep your eyes open as you go along!

But for me, the best thing about The Avengers is the truly seamless melding of silver and iron age aesthetics. Old-school fans will delight in all the countless references to the original Avengers comic books from the 1960s. This applies on virtually every conceivable level, from costume design to inter-character conflicts.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Eli on May 4, 2012
This is one of the best adaptations of the marvel universe I've seen since the old spider man and x-men shows of the 90's. This is just like this accept its more 21st century, its faster paced, there's so many villains because of the shear ammount of marvel lore that its can be daunting to keep track of whos whos. everything I've said so far makes a show absolutly spectactular because god forbid it makes you use your brain.

At ant rate This is tottally worth the price and also you can catch the first season for free on netflx but then support amazon and buy the second season.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Maab on June 17, 2013
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As a permanent resident of Professor Xavier's School for Gifted Children, I've never been much for the 'Avengers'; however, they seem to be the current, popular fascination, and so I've availed myself to learning a little about them. This cartoon has not been a failure in introducing me to the world of the 'Avengers'; I love the character development, as well as the broad roster of characters. Almost every episode offers the viewer another player in the machinations of the 'Avengers' and their nemeses. I also love the patience of the story-arcs, allowing the focus to veer away from this character or that character for one or more episodes, and give some time to the development of another element of the story. So, for one or two episodes, the story develops Iron Man and his tense relationship with SHIELD; then, for another two episodes, we watch the development of Hawkeye and Black Widow. This slow-paced development allows the world of the 'Avengers' to become 'three-dimensional' and autonomous, as opposed to a reflexively-generated locus for a lot of explosions.

Speaking of explosions, I have a single caveat: it seems that every episode demands an action sequence of some kind. Given that each episode is only 20 minutes in length, squeezing character development and a big fight-scene into every single episodes renders the episodes mighty fast and pace, and you feel yourself dizzy and out of breath by the closing credits. Giving some episodes completely to battles, and others completely to character and plot, would allow for a much more naturally-progressing story.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By auroramonroe on February 6, 2014
I've always been an X-Men girl myself, but this series made me love The Avengers. Very well done and there is a great chemistry/dynamic amongst the team. I also like how the show introduces the characters and their stories. It is a pity Marvel replaced this show with AA. It doesn't have half the merit or chemistry of this show.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gary Kent on September 21, 2012
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The Avengers are great and will be even greater than ever with the types of characters that show up on the team.
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By JD on December 21, 2013
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What can I say other than this is an awesome show and great from a previous comic-book fan. Thanks Amazon
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By AMason on November 21, 2013
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Wasn't sure if they would like this one, but they do. It helps their cousins explain and have also gotten them hooked on this series!!!
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By C. Davis VINE VOICE on November 15, 2013
The Avengers is a solid and fun show.

It can be enjoyed as an adult level cartoon or, depending on your tolerance for violence, for very young children.

I am tickled pink that CPT America – he was in the Army so the abbreviation should be CPT – is back as a character that is all heart and no compromises. The troubled, angst ridden CPT America that I remembered from the comic books in the 70’s was just wrong.

The way the series pulls in other Marvel characters, Iron Fist, Powerman, and Spiderman, is pretty neat as well.

The one thing that disturbs me about the whole Avengers/Shield interaction is the new Nick Fury. I remember SGT Nick Fury and his howling Commandos. I remember LTC Nick Fury Agent of Shield. Since when did every army guy have to be a four star General or Medal of Honor winner to get the leading part in an animated story or Marvel movie?
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