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The Super Hero Squad

2 Seasons

Season 2
4.4 out of 5 stars (19) IMDb 6.2/10

When the greatest heroes on the planet unite to face the world's greatest villains, you get the biggest, most family-friendly Super Hero team-up in TV history... Super Hero Squad. It's no small job protecting Super Hero City from the wild, weird (and even wacky) villainy of VillainVille's infamous baddies!

Starring:
Tom Kenny, David Boat

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Season 2

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1. Another Order Of Evil, Part 1

Doctor Doom sends the Squaddies on a wild goose chase.

TV-Y7-FV CC Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: October 23, 2010
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2. Another Order Of Evil, Part 2

Thor faces Hercules in a contest of champions on Olympus.

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3. Support Your Local Sky Father

The Super Hero Squad must reunite to stop a war.

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4. World War Witch!

Thanos uses the Time Stone to send the Scarlet Witch back to World War II.

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5. Villany Redux Syndrome

An unlikely ally must rescue the captured Squaddies.

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6. Whom Continuity Would Destroy!

To win the Mind Stone, Thanos sets the Squaddies against Squadron Supreme.

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7. Alienating With The Surfer!

The Squaddies must face the Devourer of Worlds on their own!

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8. Double Negation At The World's End!

Nebula's fight with Thanos sends Wolverine into the Negative Zone.

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9. Blind Rage Knows No Color!

Thanos uses the Mind Stone to send Hulk on a sleepwalking rampage.

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10. Lo, How The Mighty Hath Abdicated!

The Enchantress tricks Odin into marriage.

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11. So Pretty When They Explode!

Iron Man must keep Thanos from using the Power Stone.

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12. Too Many Wolverines!

Reptil and Wolverine chase down Egghead's army of escaped Wolverine clones.

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13. Pedicure And Facial Of Doom!

Doctor Doom discovers that his mother has turned castle into a day spa.

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14. Fate Of Destiny!

The Squaddies face betrayal at the hands of one of their own!

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15. The Ballad Of Beta Ray Bill: Six Against Infinity, Part 1

Thor befriends a Korbinite janitor named Beta Ray Bill.

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16. Days, Nights, And Weekends Of Future Past: Six Against Infinity, Part 2

Falcon finds himself in a dark future.

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17. This Man-Thing, This Monster: Six Against Infinity, Part 3

Iron Man finds himself lost in a gloomy universe of matinee monsters.

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18. The Devil Dinosaur You Say: Six Against Infinity, Part 4

Wolverine discovers himself in Dinosaur World.

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19. Planet Hulk: Six Against Infinity, Part 5

Hulk arrives on the war-torn planet, Sakaar.

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20. 1602: Six Against Infinity, Part 6

Scarlet Witch wakes up in the New World in the year 1602.

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21. Brouhaha At The World's Bottom

Mr. Fantastic and Ms. Marvel make an attempt to rescue the Squaddies.

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22. Missing: Impossible!

The Impossible Man ends up crashing with the Super Hero Squad.

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23. Revenge Of The Baby Sat!

The squad suffers a time mishap that transforms Squaddies into TODDLERS!

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24. Soul Stone Picnic!

Ms. Marvel leads the Squaddies on a mission to rescue her namesake.

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25. When Strikes The Surfer!

The Dark Surfer prepares to end the universe.

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26. The Final Battle! ('Nuff Said!)

The Six Squaddies must each face the Dark Surfer one on one.

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By J. Lionelle on October 7, 2010
Format: DVD
Disclaimer: I am reviewing this product based on the series not the DVD release. The DVD itself appears to have 6 episodes - those following the ones from Volume 1 - and a variety of special features.

Animated series these days often seem to be severely split between the "Dora the Explorer" age category and the "geared for adults" titles of, well, "Adult Swim" (e.g. - "The Venture Brothers). Finding something for the youth in-between - those who are still kids, not quite teenagers - isn't always as easy. It gets even tougher with superhero-based animated series: comic fans have become an older demographic and animated series starring comic book heroes are geared towards them, not younger viewers (e.g. - "Justice League" or the recent "Wolverine and the X-Men"). So it's nice when a series like "Marvel Super Hero Squad" comes along - juvenile enough that you feel your kids can watch it but not so young that they'll lose interest with "That's for little kids" comments.

MSSHS takes the premise that the Marvel comic characters have the heroes all living in one city - Superhero City (headed by Stan Lee, er, The Mayor) - and neighbour a villainous "state" headed by Doctor Doom. Many of the heroes work for SHIELD, the X-Men attend an actual school, and various other little ways of making it so the writers can basically go use any Marvel character they desire without having to deeply worry about "team affiliations" or such. The core heroes featured in the series are Iron Man, Wolverine, Thor, Reptyl, Falcon, Silver Surfer, and Hulk (sorry, no Spider-Man in season 1); there are frequent appearances by Ms.
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FINALLY!

Have you been wondering how you can introduce superheroes when your kids are...well...nervous little weenies...but, if you watch Thomas the freakin' Tank Engine one more time you're going develop a permanent facial tic?

My nervous little kids LOVE this show. My kids are little, but I have 4 active children who would MUCH rather be playing outside instead of watching television. But, on a day where the kids can't go out and play...THIS lets me get my dishes done! Winner!

My oldest is 6 and is on the autism spectrum, but even my smaller ones love this show! My 5 yr old daughter now wants to be Iron Man when she grows up! LOL!

It has been a wonderful purchase! More silly...rather than violent. *thumbs up* I can let them watch it without worrying about them getting scared, or having nightmares.

I hope they continue on with this early childhood version of superheroes...I wanna see backpacks, and lunch boxes! I hate the scary looking backpacks when I've got a nervous 6 yr old...the only thing that is relatively benign for this age range is usually from the Cars movie.

FINALLY a superhero show that is geared toward younger kids.
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This is the second time I've purchased this DVD. The first one snapped when I tried to remove it from the case. Figured it was my fault only this one snapped in the same exact spot as the first one. Poor quality DVD. Very disappointed.
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I'm still trying to get my head around the fact that Tom Kenny, the voice of Spongebob/Patchy the Pirate is the voice of Iron Man in this series? Well, like the first series, this is a mostly harmless super hero cartoon intended for younger viewers with surprisingly funny dialog worked in for adults to appreciate (e.g, the Dracula episode, in which Iron Man, pleading with the Wolfman for help with powering his armor, tells him to "improvise!", to which the Wolfman replies, "Ok, give me an emotion!" Yeah, completely over the head of the kids yet that had me cracking up.) There are quite a few goofy bits through the series that make this watchable for adults, yet at the same time harmless for all ages (the worst thing in the show is the occasional belch gag, or references to farting (with Thor responding "Verily, I dealt it not!")
Goofy stuff.
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i got The Super Hero Squad Vol 1 for my grandson who is 4 years old. he loves Super Hero Squad and Super Friends and the Justice League i got him the Super Hero Squad Sheets and some figures he knows all the characters when he cant remember he will ask me and i have to run to the book that i also got him which is Meet the Super Hero Squad and find out which one is which. He got the DVD along with the blanket i ordered from Amazon, he cant stop watching it.he is sleeping in his bed, not with grandma and grandpa. thank you
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My kids are 3 years old. They have seen Daddy play Bat Man games and heard teen helpers talk about Spider Man. They both wanted to watch shows about superheroes, but I didn't feel comfortable showing them even the cartoons because of the violence. When my son had his tonsils out we knew we would need to keep him quiet and his sister entertained while we nursed him back to health. My husband searched for something that would keep their interest and found Super Hero Squad. Much more about humor than violence, the series is just right for our young kids. I didn't think they quite followed the plot until they started acting out scenes from the show. And they know the catch phrases and names for most of the characters. Even my daughter will ask to watch Super Hero Squad, so it's not just a "boy" show (and yes, she is a girly-girl). As a matter of fact, we are now decorating my son's room in Super Hero Squad gear as we transition them to separate rooms. He is very excited!
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