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'''{{eps|Winter Soldier}}''' is the [[The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes Season Two|forty-seventh]] episode of {{aemh}}. It originally aired on June 20, 2012 in Australia and September 30 in the United States. It was one of the last directing projects of the late [[Boyd Kirkland]] and is dedicated to his memory.
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'''[[Thor]]''' is a character voiced by [[John Rhys-Davies]] in all his speaking appearances. He appeared in the {{ff}} episodes {{eps|To Battle the Living Planet}} and {{eps|When Calls Galactus}} and {{ih}} episode {{eps|Mortal Bounds}}. He made a brief unvoiced cameo appearance in the {{xm}} episode {{eps|The Dark Phoenix}}, and appeared in the opening titles of {{auts}} though was the only one of the [[Avengers]] "Big Three" that didn't appear in the series.
   
At the end of {{C|World War II|aemh}}, {{C|Winter Soldier|aemh|Bucky}} ([[Scott Menville]]) helps save the life of {{C|Captain America|aemh}} ([[Brian Bloom]]) while they storm the {{C|HYDRA|aemh}} fortress belonging to {{C|Red Skull|aemh}} ([[Steven Blum]]). In modern day times, he returns to the fortress as Winter Soldier (Jon Curry). There he is confronted by an enormous HYDRA robot. Meanwhile, Captain America interrogates Red Skull, now captured by {{C|S.H.I.E.L.D.|aemh}} following his failed mission as Dell Rusk. The giant robot then attacks and it takes the combined might of the {{C|Avengers|aemh}} members Captain America, {{C|Iron Man|aemh}} ([[Eric Loomis]]), and {{C|Ms. Marvel|aemh}} ([[Jennifer Hale]]) to destroy it. However, Red Skull escaped during the battle promising that more Sleepers have awoken.
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The mighty Thor is the [[Asgard]]ian god of thunder, son of [[Odin]], and wielder of the mystical [[Uru]] hammer [[Mjolnir]]. He came to [[Earth]] where he became famous as one of the most powerful [[superhero]]es on the planet. The Thunderer became tied to the mortal [[Donald Blake]] and would transform back into the doctor if he was away from Mjolnir too long. He joined the Avengers and became one of their most famous heroes along with [[Captain America]] and [[Iron Man]], though he didn't stay when [[Ant-Man]] took command.
   
While the Avengers search for the Sleepers, Captain America goes after Red Skull's brainwashed assistant Winter Soldier. He goes to {{C|Nick Fury|aemh}} ([[Alex Desert]]) for information. Fury explains that Winter Soldier is a heartless mercenary who has been fighting for decades and is the reason for the loss of his eye. The two trace Winter Soldier to a mine where another Sleeper rises. During the battle, Captain America saves his enemy and the three manage to destroy the robot. Captain America calls out to Winter Soldier calling him Bucky, but the mercenary fights despite being evenly matched. He eventually breaks his decades of brainwashing and explains that he was captured by Red Skull, tortured, given a mechanical arm, and trained to fight. Captain America makes peace between Winter Soldier and Fury saying they need to destroy the Sleepers.
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Once, Thor sensed a powerful threat approaching Earth. He teleported into space where he met [[Ego]], the living planet. He fought the enormous creature but was overwhelmed by his power. He sent Mjolnir to Earth to seek help and it retrieved the [[Fantastic Four]]. He teamed up with the Four to fight the planet, though [[Thing]] became jealous at the idea of anyone being stronger than him. They fought off Ego's defenses until finding a powerful thruster that the planet was using to steer to Earth. [[Mister Fantastic]] decided to seek the only one who could have built the engine that powerful, the planet eater [[Galactus]]. Thor took Mister Fantastic to the planet eater and made a deal: Galactus would battle Ego saving Earth if they could go back on their previous deal for Galactus to not destroy Earth. The two heroes reluctantly agreed and Galactus went to battle his nemesis. Galactus and Ego began a spectacular battle, but were too evenly matched. Thor used his lightning powers to charge Galactus giving him the power to destroy their foe. Thor quickly saved Thing, who had descended into Ego's core to destroy him, and the two made their peace. However, Galactus warned that he would be back.
   
In Washington, D.C., the Avengers watch as five more Sleepers rise and form together to form an even larger robot. The "Mega-Sleeper" proves too powerful for the combined might of all the Avengers and moves to destroy the Capital Building. Captain America and Winter Soldier infiltrate the robot while the Avengers try to hold it off. The two former {{C|Howling Commandos|aemh}} prove a terrific team once again and get to the central control room where Red Skull waits. He easily captures the two and threatens to brainwash them both to become his agents. Not wanting to go through that again, Winter Soldier breaks free critically damaging the Sleeper. Captain America viciously attacks his rival, but Red Skull escapes. Rather than go after the HYDRA leader, Captain America saves his former sidekick's life and the two escape. The Avengers capture Red Skull and the two soldiers leave the robot safely. Captain America urges Winter Soldier to return with him, but he wants to sort out his life on his own. He leaves and acknowledges himself as Bucky once again.
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Later, [[Terrax]] tricked his master into coming to Earth to try to destroy him, but Galactus killed his [[Herald of Galactus|herald]]. Unfortunately, Galactus was weakened and decided to feast on Earth. Thor showed up and joined the Fantastic Four and [[Nova|Frankie Raye]] in trying to stop the giant but all were easily overpowered despite Galactus' weakened state. After [[Ghost Rider]] used his [[Penance Stare]], Frankie convinced the others to help Galactus arguing he was a force of nature rather than a fiend. Thor reluctantly agreed and Galactus was saved. The destroyer of worlds thanked the heroes and promised to not destroy Earth, while making Frankie his new herald known as Nova.
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When [[Detroit]] experienced a strange gamma radiation-based virus, Doctor Blake sought the help of [[Betty Ross]], who convinced him to seek [[Bruce Banner]]. Since the only way to find Bruce was to find [[Hulk]], he became Thor and teleported to [[Mount Rushmore]] where the jade giant was fighting the [[Hulkbusters]]. Thor saved him, but the mere mention of Bruce enraged Hulk and the two fought. Thor soon realized that Hulk was too powerful even for him and was only spared when he transformed into Donald and Hulk left. Donald discovered that Bruce was Hulk and they found him so they could stop the virus. Unfortunately, Betty became sick and Bruce was kidnapped by [[Abomination]]. Donald figured Bruce was taken to the salt mines beneath the city and Thor went to save him. Thor found Hulk and convinced him not to fight by telling him of Betty. The two returned to the hospital where [[Gargoyle]] provided a cure to save her life.
   
   
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Thor is a character voiced by John Rhys-Davies in all his speaking appearances. He appeared in the Fantastic Four episodes "To Battle the Living Planet" and "When Calls Galactus" and The Incredible Hulk episode "Mortal Bounds". He made a brief unvoiced cameo appearance in the X-Men episode "The Dark Phoenix", and appeared in the opening titles of The Avengers: United They Stand though was the only one of the Avengers "Big Three" that didn't appear in the series.

The mighty Thor is the Asgardian god of thunder, son of Odin, and wielder of the mystical Uru hammer Mjolnir. He came to Earth where he became famous as one of the most powerful superheroes on the planet. The Thunderer became tied to the mortal Donald Blake and would transform back into the doctor if he was away from Mjolnir too long. He joined the Avengers and became one of their most famous heroes along with Captain America and Iron Man, though he didn't stay when Ant-Man took command.

Once, Thor sensed a powerful threat approaching Earth. He teleported into space where he met Ego, the living planet. He fought the enormous creature but was overwhelmed by his power. He sent Mjolnir to Earth to seek help and it retrieved the Fantastic Four. He teamed up with the Four to fight the planet, though Thing became jealous at the idea of anyone being stronger than him. They fought off Ego's defenses until finding a powerful thruster that the planet was using to steer to Earth. Mister Fantastic decided to seek the only one who could have built the engine that powerful, the planet eater Galactus. Thor took Mister Fantastic to the planet eater and made a deal: Galactus would battle Ego saving Earth if they could go back on their previous deal for Galactus to not destroy Earth. The two heroes reluctantly agreed and Galactus went to battle his nemesis. Galactus and Ego began a spectacular battle, but were too evenly matched. Thor used his lightning powers to charge Galactus giving him the power to destroy their foe. Thor quickly saved Thing, who had descended into Ego's core to destroy him, and the two made their peace. However, Galactus warned that he would be back.

Later, Terrax tricked his master into coming to Earth to try to destroy him, but Galactus killed his herald. Unfortunately, Galactus was weakened and decided to feast on Earth. Thor showed up and joined the Fantastic Four and Frankie Raye in trying to stop the giant but all were easily overpowered despite Galactus' weakened state. After Ghost Rider used his Penance Stare, Frankie convinced the others to help Galactus arguing he was a force of nature rather than a fiend. Thor reluctantly agreed and Galactus was saved. The destroyer of worlds thanked the heroes and promised to not destroy Earth, while making Frankie his new herald known as Nova.

When Detroit experienced a strange gamma radiation-based virus, Doctor Blake sought the help of Betty Ross, who convinced him to seek Bruce Banner. Since the only way to find Bruce was to find Hulk, he became Thor and teleported to Mount Rushmore where the jade giant was fighting the Hulkbusters. Thor saved him, but the mere mention of Bruce enraged Hulk and the two fought. Thor soon realized that Hulk was too powerful even for him and was only spared when he transformed into Donald and Hulk left. Donald discovered that Bruce was Hulk and they found him so they could stop the virus. Unfortunately, Betty became sick and Bruce was kidnapped by Abomination. Donald figured Bruce was taken to the salt mines beneath the city and Thor went to save him. Thor found Hulk and convinced him not to fight by telling him of Betty. The two returned to the hospital where Gargoyle provided a cure to save her life.


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