Can somebody tell me the watch order of the 2012 MAU (Avengers: Assemble, Ultimate Spider-Man, Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H)? Also, does Avengers: Assemble Season 5 take place in a different continuity than the rest of the series? The wiki says it's part of the 2015 animated universe (Spider-Man, Guardians of the Galaxy). Finally, which continuity is Marvel Rising part of?
What's on your mind?
7 Votes in Poll
The show was interesting. Not my favorite but it was interesting.
Doug said, “Hey Max, (Me & my Budies) wanted To acept You into our Group”
1. Is it True that (Evil Doug & his Budies) never Intended to Acept Max?
2. is it Also true that (Doug & his Budies) rejected Max on (Purpose for No reason)?
3. Befor Max damaged Dangerous Pipes, did Max kno That somthing Bad was Going to (Afect Max’s body)?
4. Is it Great that Doug got Electrocuted to Death?
5. did Peter ever Find out that (Doug & his Budies) fired Paint Bals at (Max)?
6. When (Max aka Electro) is Revealed to b Alive stil, (Y doesnt Electro calm Down despite Doug is Dead)?(~~~~).
Cast of Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K. Reveals First Look At Hulu’s New Animated Series
Friday, October 9 at 8:30pm PDT / 11:30pm EDT / Saturday 1:30 AM BST
Everyone’s favorite big-headed, egomaniacal supervillain is coming to Hulu! Get an exclusive first look at the upcoming adult animated series, Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K., hear from creators Patton Oswalt and Jordan Blum and meet our hilarious cast of characters voiced by Aimee Garcia, Ben Schwartz and Melissa Fumero. Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K. is coming soon to Hulu.
Watch the panel at the scheduled time!
10 Votes in Poll
I know fans hated Drake Bell's redubbing of Spider-Man in Avengers: EMH S2 among other things during the changes, but I created this page to describe what Season 2 would be like if it was fully produced by Christopher Yost and Joshua Fine and aired back in October 2011.
Intro:It starts out in space just when the Skrulls and Kree begin war on one another as Tony Stark watches on one of the computer screens in space. The computer screens include Bruce Banner emerging out of the ground as the Hulk and roaring, ready for battle, Captain America fighting in World War II and throwing his shield as the time era shifts to present day with him wearing his Ultimate Costume, reminiscent of a scene from Captain America: The First Avenger and Thor(in his Season 2 costume) fighting Frost Giants as he slams his hammer to the ground and teleports back to Earth as a callback to A Day Unlike Any Other. Then the scene shifts to Tony Stark once again watching the Avengers on the computer screens(this time showing Ms. Marvel, Vision, Falcon and Mockingbird) as he grabs the Mark IX armor in a suitcase and suits up referencing the scene where Tony Stark dons the Mark V armor to fight Whiplash(Ivan Vanko). And then files into space with the Avengers in their space armors to stop the war. Scenes include Vision using his solar beam to destroy some Kree motherships and Falcon's projectile wings flying in the air until it destroys Sentries. The ending scene depicts all of the Avengers fighting the Skrulls and Kree side by side as Yellowjacket, Thor, Iron Man and Falcon soar into the air.
Along Came a Spider..:The whole city has turned against Captain America while he tries to regain his tarnished reputation. But when the Serpent Society attempts to rescue Viper, New York is put in the crossfire with only Captain America and the equally mistrusted Spider-Man to save them. -Introducing Characters: Spider-Man(Josh Keaton), J. Jonah Jameson(Darren Norris), Robbie Robertson(Phil LaMarr) and Betty Brant(Grey DeLise)
Yellowjacket: Iron Man and Wasp try to persuade Hank to rejoin the team, but he is far too obsessed with his experiments and driven by guilt over Ultron. Meanwhile, a mysterious new vigilante called "Yellowjacket" appears at Avengers Mansion to convince The Avengers to give him membership and starts taking out super-villains, starting with AIM. The Avengers attempt to find out about this new vilgilante's true identity with the help of Ant-Man(Scott Lang). This results in AIM unleashing their newest weapon, Doomsday Man. Yellowjacket is eventually revealed to be Hank Pym(who is suffering an personality crisis as a result of his depression and exposing himself to chemicals in one of his experiments, leading him to believe he "killed" Hank Pym by causing the explosion he used to fake his death.)tAt the end of the episode, Yellowjacket decides to leave the statue of himself as Ant-Man and tells the Avengers that he will save the world alongside them.Introducing Characters: Roxxon Energy Corporation, Doomsday Man.
Hawkeye and Iron Man clash over the leadership of the Avengers, but they later come to terms that Tony is better suited as leader.
The Serpent Society and Madame Viper appear as a sub-plot where Yellowjacket stops them from delivering weapons to the Roxxon Enegy Corporation.
Ultron-6 completes transferring into his new body and plans to enact revenge on the Avengers.
Scott Lang still struggles to accept his new life as a superhero while juggling with taking care of his daugther, Cassie. After he helps the Avengers destroy Doomsday Man, he gladly embraces his new identity as the new Ant-Man while Hank Pym rejoins the Avengers as Yellowjacket.
Moon Knight and Cross Technologies are referenced in this episode.
The Coming of Doctor Strange: The Avengers meet the mystical sorcerer Doctor Strange and pays them a visit to his home the Sanctum Sanctorum. But as a old enemy, Baron Mordo frees his master Dormammu, they begin their plan to destroy the Sanctorum to unleash the Dark Dimension onto Earth, forcing the Avengers and Doctor Strange to team-up and stop them.
Introducing Characters: Doctor Strange(Rick Pasqualone), Clea(Jennifer Hale), Wong(Matthew Yang King), Dormammu(Michael T. Weiss), Baron Mordo(Liam O'Brien), Jocasta
After experiencing hallucinations of the future, Thor grows concerned that very soon, Surtur will complete the Twlight Sword and bring about Ragnarok and the destruction of Asgard.
Wasp struggles to help Yellowjacket recover from the chemicals he exposed himself to while helping him move back into Avengers Mansion.
Captain America learns about the mysterious Winter Soldier and he begins to believe he may be his old partner, Bucky, having survived World War II.
As part of his plans to destroy humanity and replace it with robots, Ultron builds an asteroid that would launch higher and higher until it reaches outer space and causes the extinction of all life on impact as Vision unknowingly betrays Utlron to warn Yellowjacket and put a end to his plans.
Bill Foster, Volla and Storm are referenced in this episode.
Powerless: The Enchantress offers Loki a chance to exact revenge on The Avengers for ruining his plan to conquer The Nine Realms and strips Ms. Marvel, Captain America and Thor of their powers, forcing them to find themselves trying to learn to fight villains without their superhuman abilities. Thor learns how what feels to be human, loses his arrogance completely and restores Ms. Marvel and Captain America's powers. The Avengers defeat the Destroyer by damaging the suit's power, damaging it beyond its ability to function. In the end, The Avengers rebuild their trust with each other, stating they will stop the war together and Odin loses his eye and becomes replaced by Kurse.
Introducing Characters: Destroyer Armor, Kurse(Keith Fergueon), Ten Rings(organisation)
Wasp talks about her feelings for Yellowjacket/Hank Pym with Iron Man and becomes worried about his mental state. At the end of the episode, she begins to have hope that he will eventually recover from the chemicals and accept that he truely is Hank Pym.
Iron Man resumes his former objective to destroy the remainder of his stolen Stark Industries inventions and he and Maria Hill argue more about the Avengers registering with S.H.I.E.L.D.
Dr. Doom decides that the best way to conquer the world is to control the world's superheroes and begins to build the Psycho-Prism.
As a inspired plot point from the final battle of the 2011 Thor movie, Loki attempts to use energy from the Bifrost Bridge to destroy Earth as revenge against the Avengers.
Frigga, The Mandarin and Ho Yinsen are mentioned in this episode.
Emperor Doom: Wonder Man returns from the dead and is shocked to find out that the world is ruled by Doctor Doom and The Avengers. As he gets to the bottom of this plot, he finds out that he has been amplifying The Purple Man's power through a prism-like device, enabling him to enslave the world's population. In the end, Doctor Doom is revoked of his diplomatic immunity and Wonder Man declines to join The Avengers as he wishes to atone for his villainous actions. In custody, Doctor Doom reveals to Nick Fury that he knows about Surtur planning to destroy the Nine Realms.
Introducing Characters: Purple Man
Additional Sub-Plots:Pepper Potts urges Tony to consider building a new suit for her, so she can join him and Rhodey when they're out saving the world as Iron Man and War Machine, foreshadowing her future superhero identity as Rescue.
Vision tries to adapt a human identity for himself to no success. In the end, he takes up the name "Victor Shade" with the help of Iron Man and Captain America.
While restoring the world to normal, Iron Man and Mr. Fantastic discusses the idea of the Avengers and the superhero community as a whole going to war with one another should any hero oppose the idea of working with S.H.I.E.L.D and how it may lead to conflict with Invisible Woman who may disagree with their methods.
Jessica Jones, Shang-Chi, the Big Hero 6 and Cloak & Dagger are mentioned in this episode.
The Coming of Nova: The Skrulls break out of Prison 42 with the help of Paibok and Titannus and plan to conquer Earth once again. Meanwhile, the Avengers must help a new hero known as Nova realise that he must use the power for good and stop the Skrulls from taking control of the planet once more. In the end, Nova decides he can't save the world alone and calls Night Thrasher(although not in person) to form "a super-hero team" on a reality TV show. And The Kree millitary prepares for "the war to erase humanity ", foreshadowing the Kree-Skrull War.
Introducing Characters: Nova(Richard Rider)(Troy Baker), Sam Alexander(James Arnold Taylor), Paibok(Danny Jacobs), Titannus(J.K Simmons), Rick Jones(Drake Bell), Rhomann Dey(Edward Asner), Irani Rael(Elisa Gabrielli)
Additional Sub-Plots:Iron Man and Captain America discuss the idea of forming a new Avengers team should the main team ever die in battle.
Ms. Marvel and Captain Marvel talk about how the war between the Kree and the Skrulls will destroy Earth and all of humanity. Mar-Vell also warns her that the Mad Titan Thanos will seek out the Infinity Stones to erase half of all life in the universe.
Bruce Banner is in shock about The Skrull that posed as Captain America allowing him to be captured by the Hulkbusters and still under the control of the Purple Man. He speaks with the Hulk while rampaging through Brazil after breaking out of prison in "Emperor Doom" and after watching the news of his friends and allies urging the U.S military to let him go or vaguely answering who will replace him on the Avengers, he begins to resent Cap for "betraying" him, foreshadowing the events of "Red and Green".
The Eternals, Happy Hogan and Norman Osborn are referenced in this episode.
The Suit: The Avengers encounter Bob Reynolds(who first appeared in Assault in 42) who unknowingly has a spilt personality known as the superhumanly powerful Sentry. As the Avengers learn more about this new hero, a mysteriously entity known as the Void comes to Earth to possess him.
Sub-Plots:Black Panther is reluctant to reopen Wakanda's borders to the world. In the end, he realises the world can trust the Avengers again after they capture all the Skrulls and announces that Wakanda will once again allow outsiders to work together with Wakanda.
Captain America attempts to find the Winter Soldier with Nick Fury and Falcon. And after restoring his memories, they attempt to stop a former HYDRA helicarrier program from the 1970s to overthrow the world's leaders and conquer the world. In the end, Cap meets with Winter Soldier in secret and assures him that no matter what happens, he will always be his partner.
Red Hulk battles the Hulk(who is still control of the Purple Man) at Culver University and attends to the Gargoyle to develop a way for their greatest enemy to remain under his control.
Introducing Characters; Sentry(Nolan North), The Void(Keith David), Lindy-Lee Reynolds(Martina Sirtis), Normie The Watchdog, Gargoyle(Tom Kenny).
Ghost Rider, Department H, Namor the Sub-Mariner and Richard and Mary Parker.
Red and Green: The Avengers come under attack of the Hulk, wanting revenge on both Falcon and Cap for allowing him to be captured by the Hulkbusters. When The Avengers locate The Hulk, they find out that Gargoyle has been providing Deil Rusk with technology with remains of the Psycho-Prism to control the Hulk. Meanwhile, the Red Hulk manipulates the Avengers into letting him join the team by defeating the Hulk. Only Captain America is suspicious of the mysterious new Hulk and tries to convince the other Avengers to no avail. In the end, Hulk is offered membership back into the Avengers, but he refuses to rejoin and officially leaves the team and as Gargoyle is being taken away by S.H.I.E.L.D, Hawkeye offers Mockingbird to join the Avengers which she happily accepts as a part-time member, but as a part-time member. Meanwhile, Nick Fury states to the Secret Warriors that a "secret war" is starting and he will assemble a team of super-heroes to invade Lavteria.
Introducing Characters: Betty Ross(Kath Soucie), Sharon Carter(Laura Bailey)
Sub-Plots:Doc Samson, still believing that he has a duty to America, aids the Red Hulk in convincing the Avengers to allow him to join the team. In the end, he promises to make amends for his actions.
Black Panther discovers that he has a brain aneurysm, causing him to succumb to instability and hallucinations. As his mental state begins to deteriorate, Yellowjacket, Ms. Marvel and Vision enlist the help of the Secret Warriors to find a cure for his illness.
Iron Man interrogates Kang the Conqueor, intending on finding out more about the Kree-Skrull War and how Captain America would be responsible for destroying the world. In the end, he warns Iron Man that even if they save Earth from being destroyed, a greater threat(Surtur) is coming and that they are to face their greatest challange(Galactus) yet.I
n the end, with Code Red disbanded, Deil Rusk decides to create a plague that will destroy the Avengers, put Code Red under his control again and frees the Gargoyle, foreshadowing the revealation that he is the Red Skull.
Captain America meets Sharon Carter, the great-niece of his World War II girlfriend Peggy Carter who is the only person who believes him that the Hulk is innocent of the Red Hulk's crimes and decides to start looking for her in the end.
As Captain America and Sharon Carter begin their relationship, the Red Hulk kidnaps her as part of a experiment to create a army of Hulk for the U.S Army(as theorised by Bruce Banner in Hulk Vs. The World), forcing the Avengers to rescue her in addition to freeing the Hulk from the Purple Man's control.
Daredevil is referenced in this episode.
New Avengers: Taking place shortly after Operation: Galactic Storm, Kang escapes Prison 42 with the help of The Council Of Kangs and attempts to conquer the world. Now a new team of heroes (consisting of Spider-Man, War Machine, Wolverine, Thing, Iron Fist and Luke Cage) with the help of Yellowjacket(who has stayed behind while the other Avengers are dealing with the Kree-Skrull War) and a long-forgotten hero must band together to stop the cross-temporal onslaught.In the end, while as they celebrate the defeat of Kang, the New Avengers agree to come together again whenever they're needed, Kang is sent to the Jurassic Age where he is chased by a Tyrannosaurus.
Sub-Plots:James Rhodes struggles to adapt to his life as a superhero, but when Kang the Conqueror begins his next invasion of Earth, he is forced to don the War Machine armor again. In the end, he embraces his new life as a superhero and Iron Man's partner.
Spider-Man, heeding Captain America's advice, tries to make people see that he is not a criminal. In the end, the people of the city finally begin to realise that he is truely a hero.
Yellowjacket still does not believe that he is Hank Pym as he is still suffering from the identity crisis from the chemicals in Yellowjacket. In the end, as he looks at a photo of him and Janet Van Dyne, he starts to suspect that Wasp is right about who he really was.
As the Fantastic Four leave Earth to explore the Mircoverse, Kang steals Princess Ravonna from the Baxter Building in a desperate attempt to try and revive her from her comatose state. In the end, her body is recovered by the New Avengers and returned to Reed Richards for further study.
Introducing Characters: Wolverine(Steve Blum), Council of Kang, Eson the SearcherJosh Keaton also returns as Spider-Man in this episode.
Terminus, Psycho-Man, the Celestials and the Inhumans are mentioned/referenced in this episode.
Operation: Galactic Storm, Live Kree or Die and When Calls Galactus:The Kree and The Skrulls head to war with each other, as Kang predicted, the sun will be destroyed in the war. The Avengers and Captain Marvel must bring the war to a halt and save the Earth from destruction. In the end, The Avengers destroy the wormhole,threatening the sun at the apparent cost of Black Panther's life. Then The Kree and Skrulls arrive on Hala to finish each other off once and for all.The Kree's home planet.
Hala is about to be devoured by the world-eater known as Galactus. The Avengers must convince the only herald against his desire, the Silver Surfer to help them save the planet. In the end, the Avengers realise in order to stop the war, they must save Hala from Galactus.
The Avengers face their greatest challenge when they attempt to stop Galactus from devouring Hala, the Kree's home planet. Meanwhile, Captain America and Iron Man discuss a membership drive to expand The Avengers. In the end, when The Avengers defeat Galactus by sending him to the Negative Zone, The Kree and The Skrulls come to peace with one another and Iron Man gives Captain America leadership of the Avengers while Surtur orders Amora to claim the Infernal Sconce, proclaiming Asgard and The Nine Realms will fall before his power during Ragnarok.
Introducing Characters: Peter Corbeau(Chris Cox), Korath the Pursuer(Doran Harewood), Princess Anelle(Alexandra Krosney), Supreme Intelligence(David Kaye),Silver Surfer(Yuri Lowenthal), Galactus(Jonathan Adams), Heralds of Galactus(Terrax(Kevin Grevioux),Stardust(Jason Spisak),Firelord(Travis Willingham), Air-Walker(Dee Bradley Baker) and Tyrant(Peter Cullen))
Additional Sub-Plots: Hawkeye speaks with Iron Man about forming a new Avengers team on the West Coast. In the end, when Galactus is defeated, they decide to put those plans into initiation, wishing to expand the Avengers' influence.
While the other Avengers are fighting Galactus, Wasp attempts to convince the Silver Surfer to rebel against Galactus by appealing that intelligent life should not be destroyed and that any planet, including Hala and Earth deserve to live their existence to the fullest.
Elektra, Spider-Woman, Black Bolt and Angel are on the computer screen as Iron Man debriefs the Avengers on the failed Kree-Skrull invasion and the war with the Kree.
The Shi'ar, Daimon Hellstrom and Starjammers are referenced in this episode.
Hi, guys. It's me, Manny. Does everyone believe that ARTaylor should forgive me and allow for me to edit on MAU wikia? Please say yes.
Warner Bros Pictures Presents Universal Studios Bruce Timm Comic-Con International San Diego Intercompany Crossovers Comic Book Publishers In North America Film Adaptation Exploring Modern Hollywood’s Leading Genre Amalgam Comics Archie Comics Boom Studios Comics Dark Horse Comics DC Comics Dynamite Entertainment Comics IDW Publishing Comics Image Comics Marvel Comics Oni Press Comics Valiant Comics Superheroes ToonZone.Net AnimeSuperhero.Com A TimeWarner Company Collectible Ticket IMAX Superfriends (1973-1980)
If you could have any superpower in the Marvel Animated universe what would it be?
I’m wondering how old he is in the
movie Into the spider verse. I know that I’m the wiki for the comic book version of him (or tv show) it says he’s 16. So is he 16 in the movie?
UPDATE: the interviews have been conducted, stay-tuned to check out what Fandom asked!
Exciting news: the Fandom team will have a chance to interview the cast of Into the Spider-Verse! We’d love to bring them some questions from this community. What do you want to know about the movie? These folks are doing tons of interviews right now and so they appreciate unique and memorable questions about anything Into the Spider-Verse-related.
We’ll be talking with Shameik Moore, Jake Johnson, Luna Lauren Velez, Chris Miller and Phil Lord, and possibly others. Submit your questions in replies on this post. Thanks!
P.S. If you need some ideas, check out what we did with the cast of Venom.
We have all forgotten the absurd shows of Marvel Animation and only remember the show that have are favorite superheroes from the MCU, to the X-Men, and we can't forget Spiderman, but for this animated list we have the Marvel Action Comics, the Marvel Anime, and the Marvel Piolet such as Solarman... but Marvel has produce other shows:
Marvel Imprints as Ultra Force and Men in Black.
Motion Comics as Black Panther has been added to the list, but not animation such as the Astonishing X-men whith is one of my favorite series.
I just feel when people think Marvel they think X-Men and not something like Kingman. It sort of how people didn't know Constantin was apart of DC until the CW brought him to Arrowverse.
This is the place to talk about your favorite topic, to share news, theories, ideas, and to connect with others. The content from your Forum has been converted to Discussions posts, so nothing has been lost.
To learn more about what you can do here, check out community.wikia.com/wiki/Help:Discussions
If you're an admin on this community, read more about how you can customize your Discussions and set up guidelines for contributors: community.wikia.com/wiki/Help:Admin_and_Moderator_Tools_in_Discussions
The Yost Universe was the greatest universe we've ever seen and it ended after 2 shows, WATXM and EMH and 78 episodes and 3 animated movies. The Universe was named so because Writer Chrisoper Yost was a prominent figure in all the series and videos. But if the Revival of YJ is a big success, this may inspire Marvel and problaly other networks to bring back their cancelled shows on Netflix and we can finally see new episodes and seasons and maybe even new Shows set in the Yost Universe, Hulk:Gamma Corps which was cancelled in 2009, Fantastic Four:First Family of Heroes, Guardians of the Galaxy:Cosmic Adventures and the Sensatonal Spider-Man, all taking eras and elements from the classic, Modern and Ultimate Comics and the MCU. This would be a much better critically acclamied MAU just like the DCAU with no casting faults. YJ crossed the all ages mark and anyone can enjoy on their own level if all these shows did the same. And we'll hae to wait until it all depends on the revived YJ third season's success.
So what do you think