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posted by PeetaStark
Hey, ya'll. This is PeetaStark. And today I'll be reviewing the new montrer on Disney XD, "Avengers Assemble". So, this montrer is taking the place of Earth's Mightiest Heroes, (let's take a moment of silence to mourn), and it's basically the movie in cartoon format. I loved how EMH was basically stepping out of the comic books, but Marvel is trying to cash in on the success of the films I guess, so here's our premis: We start with an already assembled, and then disassembled team. I thought this was smart 'cause, honestly? We don't need another origin story. Then the old team, (Iron Man, Captain America, Hulk, Black Widow, and Hawkeye) along with newcomer Falcon, have to stop Red Skull and Modok. The thing is, Iron Man leads the team. Now, don't get me wrong, I'm down with Tony leading, but not while Cap's around. That's his thing. Tony and faucon are tech, Hawkeye and Widow are spies, Thor and Hulk are the powerhouses, and Captain America's the leader. When toi take that away from him, he's just not the same character. The animation's fine, although it switches from widescreen to fullscreen throughout each episode, which can be distracting. I wish they wouldn't have canceled EMH to put this on. I really enjoyed that show, and it had only been on for two ou three years. So, is Avengers Assemble worth watching? It's actually a pretty enjoyable show, if toi can ignore that it murdered EMH. Do I think it's too close to the movie? YES. I really do. If they had to annuler EMH I would've liked to seen a different roster. Maybe Secret Avengers? So, that's my review of Avengers Assemble. Until suivant time, see ya'!
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posted by starwarsfangirl
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Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes is awesome...
i l’amour their portrayal of Hawkeye (Clint Barton), and they've done a great job montrer how Clint takes his personal fights so seriously-farther than what anyone else on the team really LETS him, just doing it around everything that people say.

The thing is, they don't really montrer people his past... which tends to be the most fun part about him. I mean, it emphasizes his relationship with Black Widow and all, but it only mentioned his Carney years once, in a vague moment with Mockingbird and him stuck in the HYDRA cells.

What I would l’amour to see...
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posted by SkippX101
So far i believe the montrer has shown the Hulks ability's better than i had originally thought. They montrer he can speak, and they montrer his strengths and abilities.

But what i am a little disappointed in is that they didn't montrer plus of the Hulks history. I agree that they cant make an entire 3 ou 5 episodes just about the Hulk but i thought they could have added some plus of his life experience, perhaps in a flashback format?
Anyway, these are some of the points i had originally hoped they would have added...

The Hulk had a very traumatic childhood, his father killed his mother. His father was a...
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