The Avengers are no strangers to time travel or timeborn threats, but this time they face not only the might of the sinister Doctor Doom, but also a timeline tampered with to make Doom master of the world, and the Avengers never formed. Find out what happens, along with me, when I review this week’s episode of “Marvel’s Avengers Assemble” – “Planet Doom,” after the jump.
The Hulk crash lands from space with amnesia and a message of doom. The Avengers must help the bruised and confused Hulk piece together his previous day to find out how to prepare for this threat to Earth. Wait a second, isn’t this the plot to Dude, Where’s My Car?? Check me after the jump for my thoughts on “Hulk’s Day Out.”
In the opening episode of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” much was made of Clark Gregg’s Agent Coulson welcoming his team to Level 7, but now Ward and Fitz are sent on a Level 8 mission where they may be expendable. Who can they trust? Can they trust the management at S.H.I.E.L.D.? Can Coulson and his team save them? Let’s find out together in my recap and review of “The Hub,” after the jump.
Holding your breath for the release of Thor The Dark World? Well, don’t let it out yet. This one is even bigger. Here’s the first official trailer for Captain America The Winter Soldier, check it out!
The Hulk’s show, “Agents of S.M.A.S.H.,” got kicked to the curb for this morning, but it’s all good as he’s the featured player in today’s episode of “Avengers Assemble.” Everyone on the team is getting into the act and Hulking out this week. Join me after the jump for my review of “Hulked Out Heroes.”
Jonathan Hickman’s mega-epic in the Marvel Universe, Infinity, continues this week in the main, and adjective-less Avengers title. The galaxy’s various empires are uniting against a common enemy, The Builders, and Earth’s Avengers have taken the battle to them. Join me, after the jump, for my review of Avengers #18.
There was no new episode of “Avengers Assemble” this week, just a rerun of the clash with the Space Phantoms in the “Ghost of a Chance” episode, but that doesn’t mean that Disney XD and The Disney Channel had a lack of animated Avengers this weekend. Join me after the jump for my reviews of “Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel” and this week’s “Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.” guest-starring Iron Man.
Change just for the sake of change. I hate it. I’ll counter it with another cliché. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. This is why “Avengers Assemble” irritates me so much. The source material is terrific. The source material produced a bestselling comic book franchise, and a billion dollar movie blockbuster – why muck with it? Those were my very thoughts when I first saw the teenaged Molecule Man in this newest episode of “Avengers Assemble,” but things are not always what they seem, as you’ll see in my review of “Molecule Kid,” after the jump.