The Avengers: Volume Four - Thor's Last Stand (Marvel Super Hero Collection)
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The best animated series based on a comic book series since Justice League, Avengers:Earth's Mightiest Heroes is something for all ages. Kids will love the action and adventure while teens and adults will appreciate the well written episodes and everyone will love the awesomely drawn nice looking characters, each one containing his/her own personality, as well as the awesome character development. The episodes even closely follow the comic books so fans of the retro comic books will appreciate this.
In this volume, we'll witness the Avengers take on Ultron, the good robot turned bad and battle wits with Thor's evil half brother, the treacherous Loki.
If you want or love action and adventure, don't miss the latest volumes of Avengers:Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
Here are the episodes in this volume.
1.The Casket of Ancient Winters-An evil dark elf finds the Casket of Ancient Winters, an artifact that unleashes eternal winter on the planet. The only ones who can handle the elf's magic are Thor and Iron Man, who must put aside their different beliefs and take down the evil elf.
2.Hail, Hydra!-Hydra and AIM are waging war against one another in the streets of New York, and only one person knows why... the Black Widow.Read more ›
One thing I particularly loved about this series was the way that even from the very beginning, the season-spanning plot arcs were slowly, almost languidly moved into place, even as we were 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. In this, the final instalment of season one, just enough of the big picture is revealed to keep us feeling like we've travelled some ways down our journey. At the same time, just enough is held back - or perhaps I should say hinted at - that I for one can't wait to see season two!
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.Read more ›
- Episode #20 - "The Casket of Ancient Winters"
- Episode #21 - "Hail, Hydra!"
- Episode #22 - "Ultron-5"
- Episode #23 - "The Ultron Imperative"
- Episode #24 - "This Hostage Earth"
- Episode #25 - "The Fall of Asgard"
- Episode #26 - "A Day Unlike Any Other"
This is a rousing way to end a season that's been habitually graced with bold storytelling, blistering action, and spectacular animation, as well as frequent respectful nods to Marvel comics mythos. I appreciate the way the stories don't only focus on the more powerful figures on the team. The brash Hawkeye and the cool, majestic Black Panther also get opportunities to shine and strut their stuff. I really get a kick out of the Wakandian monarch showing off his hi-tech Wakandan arsenal. "The Casket of Ancient Winters" furthers the Enchantress's plot and has the sinister dark elf, Malakith the Accursed, activating an ancient Asgardian artifact to usher in an everlasting global winter on Earth. This episode also finds Thor and Iron Man at odds. Thor damns science for the many times it's generated crisis after crisis for the Avengers, but then Stark gets his smug on when the team learns the source of the icy storm raging about them. In "Hail, Hydra!" the Avengers are caught in a war between A.I.M. and Hydra over the reality-bending Cosmic Cube, and Hawkeye sort of gains a measure of closure with the whole Black Widow betrayal mess.Read more ›
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