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The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes 2 Seasons 2013

Season 2
4.4 out of 5 stars (71) IMDb 8.4/10

Chaos sweeps over the planet as the Super Villain prison system breaks down...releasing every prisoner all at the same time. The heroes are faced with an onslaugt of Super-Villains who have revenge on their minds.

Starring:
Eric Loomis, Brian Bloom

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Season 2

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1. The Private War of Doctor Doom

The Avengers are attacked by Doctor Doom.

TV-Y7-FV CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: April 1, 2012
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2. Alone Against A.I.M.

Tony Stark faces A.I.M.'s latest creation: Technovore.

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3. Acts of Vengeance

The Avengers hunt down the Masters of Evil.

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4. Welcome to the Kree Empire

An envoy from the alien warrior race, known as the Kree, comes to Earth!

TV-Y7-FV CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: April 22, 2012
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5. To Steal an Ant-Man

Hank realizes his Ant-Man suit was used in a robbery.

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6. Michael Korvac

The Avengers attempt to protect a mysterious man named Korvac.

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7. Who Do You Trust?

The Avengers are torn apart!

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8. The Ballad of Beta Ray Bill

Thor is attacked by a powerful creature known as Beta Ray Bill.

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9. Nightmare In Red

The Avengers are shocked to find a red Hulk at the scene of an attack!

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10. Prisoner of War

Captain America is ready to break out of prison.

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11. Infiltration

The aliens known as the Skrulls begin their invasion of Earth.

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12. Secret Invasion

The Avengers reunite to face the full might of the Skrulls.

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13. Along Came a Spider...

The city has turned against Captain America after the invasion.

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14. Behold the Vision!

Captain America attempts to rally the remaining Avengers.

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15. Assault on 42

Whirlwind is escorted to prison again, this time to 42.

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16. Ultron Unlimited

The Avengers are attacked by robotic versions of themselves.

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17. Yellowjacket

Wasp and Iron Man try to get Hank to rejoin the squad.

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18. Emperor Stark

Iron Man and the Avengers have taken over the Earth!

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19. Code Red

Mysterious fumes in Avengers manor cause everyone to suddenly fall ill.

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20. Winter Soldier

No one knows who the Winter Soldier is, but he is the Red Skull's recruit.

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21. The Deadliest Man Alive

No one knows who the Winter Soldier is, but he is dangerous.

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22. New Avengers

Kang the Conqueror traps the Avengers.

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23. Operation Galactic Storm

Aliens arrive to link our solar system to theirs.

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24. Live Kree of Die

The Avengers' space adventure concludes in a crash on the Kree homeworld.

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25. Avengers Assemble!

The Avengers have to rely on all the help they can to save the galaxy.

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26. Powerless

Loki, a prisoner of the Midgard Serpent, is offered a chance at revenge.

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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Action, Kids & Family
Director Gary Hartle
Starring Eric Loomis, Brian Bloom
Supporting actors Colleen O'Shaughnessey, Dee Bradley Baker, Erin Torpey, James C. Mathis III, Lex Lang, Chris Cox, Kirsten Potter, Fred Tatasciore, David Kaufman
Season year 2013
Network Marvel Entertainment
Producers Dana C. Booton, Dan Buckley, Alan Fine, Joshua Fine, Stan Lee, Jeph Loeb, Leanne Moreau, Joe Quesada, Eric S. Rollman
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Espisode 2x19 "Code Red" is reminiscent of 1990s Batman, with a plot based on political intrigue and duplicitous villains. It has the rare effect of making me wish the episode lasted longer. Generally "Mightiest Heroes" has consisted of very short stories, even in its two-parters and long arcs, but "Code Red" seems to cry out for 10 more minutes of exposition.

But that's a good thing, a glowing result, in fact. This cartoon offers up good action and plot, and leaves me wanting just a little more. Kind of the perfect recipe.
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"The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes" is one of the best written conversions of comics to animated form that I've seen. They did everything from the origins, to acts of vengence, to the Skrull Invasion, and Season 2 had so much more. Now they've decided to cancel it in favor of a new cartoon based on the movie... I really wish they'd just left well enough alone. The target audience will love it whether it's based on the movie or not, and the stories had so many more places to go.
In fact, I really can't believe that they only gave Galactus a single episode. That probably should have been a season. And we're left to our imaginations for where they could have gone with the Surtur storyline.
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I love this show and am bitterly disappointed it was canceled before it really got going. The writers handed the twisting story lines expertly and made sure to give all the Avengers enough face time to make the viewers care about each one of them. This show has a really good Loki too which is very hard to do and currently only this show and the Avenger's movie have managed to pull off.

This show is a must watch for kids and adults.
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I started watching this series because my daughter liked season 1 so much, she wanted to continue on. We ended up counting the days until the next episode was released! The writers of this show did an excellent job of character development, creating excitement, giving the audience plenty of action, and leaving questions unanswered to keep us coming back for more. Excellent entertainment for all ages.
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Like I said in my last review of the first season excellent show animation acting action everything best Marvel Cartoon in 2000 this and spectacular Spider-Man which I also recommend if u haven't seen it.
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By Scott on March 24, 2013
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Me and my 7-year-old both love it! (But why did they have to change the song to a voiceover, c'mon). Of course, a month after I bought the last episode in season 2, it became available on netflicks....grumble....but that's more a gripe about amazon than this series. Watch the hell out of it on netflicks!
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Season 2 is still more of an all-ages show, watered down from Season 1, but things just got better with episode 17. Now we're back to just a hint of maturity and layered characters. I think this episode has the first use of the word "die" so far in this season.

Still, it's not quite as violent and sharply toned as Season 1. Remember, Season 1 had the theme song starting with the lyric "The world's about to break." The episodes made good on that promise with things like Banner defending the Hulk's heroism and Ant Man hating Stark's guts. Season 1 was about as mature as "Batman Beyond," where season 2 is closer to Justice League or The Batman.
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...but it's starting to improve. (Although the new opening for each episode sounds like it's aimed at 8-year olds, and I see that the PC forces have converted Thor from the "God of Thunder", to the "Prince of Thunder".) In any event, the stories are starting to become more mature and more complex again. I hope this indicates a trend toward matching the quality of season one.
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