Re: Animated • Avengers “A Day Unlike Any Other”

avengers26Obligatory Spoiler Warning: I will be discussing the events of the Avengers episode in the post. If, for some reason, you’re interested in the show and this blog and have not seen the show, go and do that first. The blog will make much more sense, and you won’t have your enjoyment of the show spoiled. You Have Been Warned.

“A Day Unlike Any Other”

This is it: the season finale, featuring the Avengers versus a vastly empowered Loki with the fate of the Nine Worlds hanging in the balance! Continue reading

Re: Animated • Avengers “The Fall of Asgard”

avengers25Obligatory Spoiler Warning: I will be discussing the events of the Avengers episode in the post. If, for some reason, you’re interested in the show and this blog and have not seen the show, go and do that first. The blog will make much more sense, and you won’t have your enjoyment of the show spoiled. You Have Been Warned.

“The Fall of Asgard”

The arc of Season One of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes reaches a peak in the next-to-last episode as Loki reveals his master-plan sitting on the throne of Asgard, having claimed the power of All-Father Odin himself! Continue reading

Re: Animated • Avengers “This Hostage Earth”

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Obligatory Spoiler Warning: I will be discussing the events of the Avengers episode in the post. If, for some reason, you’re interested in the show and this blog and have not seen the show, go and do that first. The blog will make much more sense, and you won’t have your enjoyment of the show spoiled. You Have Been Warned.

“This Hostage Earth”

It’s the start of the final three episodes of Season One on Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, and the culmination of many of the plot threads woven through this season as the plans of the mysterious patron of the Enchantress and the Masters of Evil come to fruition. Continue reading

Re: Animated • Avengers “The Ultron Imperative”

avengers23Obligatory Spoiler Warning: I will be discussing the events of the Avengers episode in the post. If, for some reason, you’re interested in the show and this blog and have not seen the show, go and do that first. The blog will make much more sense, and you won’t have your enjoyment of the show spoiled. You Have Been Warned.

“The Ultron Imperative”

Ultron is defeated at a heavy cost to the Avengers, but is Ultron’s threat truly ended, and is the Avenger’s teammate Thor truly gone? Doesn’t look like it! Continue reading

Re: Animated • Avengers “Ultron-5”

avengers22Obligatory Spoiler Warning: I will be discussing the events of the Avengers episode in the post. If, for some reason, you’re interested in the show and this blog and have not seen the show, go and do that first. The blog will make much more sense, and you won’t have your enjoyment of the show spoiled. You Have Been Warned.

“Ultron-5”

Another in the big wrap-up of the first season, the genesis of a major Avengers villain foreshadowed since the very start of the season… Ultron! Continue reading

Re: Animated • Avengers “Hail Hydra!”

avengers21Obligatory Spoiler Warning: I will be discussing the events of the Avengers episode in the post. If, for some reason, you’re interested in the show and this blog and have not seen the show, go and do that first. The blog will make much more sense, and you won’t have your enjoyment of the show spoiled. You Have Been Warned.

“Hail, Hydra!”

As the first season of Avengers begin to draw towards a close, it’s time to start wrapping up some of the many plot-threads spun out during the season, and this episode has a lot of them: Hydra, AIM, Black Widow… and the Cosmic Cube! Continue reading

Re: Animated • Avengers “The Casket of Ancient Winters”

avengers20Obligatory Spoiler Warning: I will be discussing the events of the Avengers episode in the post. If, for some reason, you’re interested in the show and this blog and have not seen the show, go and do that first. The blog will make much more sense, and you won’t have your enjoyment of the show spoiled. You Have Been Warned.

“The Casket of Ancient Winters”

… and now for something completely different.

Having defeated Kang the Conqueror and saved the Earth, the Avengers are confronted with a whole new menace. Rather than a technologically-advanced foe from the far future, it is a mystic menace from the ancient past. Continue reading

Re: Animated • Avengers “The Kang Dynasty”

avengers19Obligatory Spoiler Warning: I will be discussing the events of the Avengers episode in the post. If, for some reason, you’re interested in the show and this blog and have not seen the show, go and do that first. The blog will make much more sense, and you won’t have your enjoyment of the show spoiled. You Have Been Warned.

Episode 19: “The Kang Dynasty”

It’s the conclusion of the Kang the Conqueror trilogy as the Avengers take the fight to Kang high above the Earth, with the fate of the world hanging in the balance. Continue reading

Re: Animated • Avengers “Come the Conqueror”

avengers18Obligatory Spoiler Warning: I will be discussing the events of the Avengers episode in the post. If, for some reason, you’re interested in the show and this blog and have not seen the show, go and do that first. The blog will make much more sense, and you won’t have your enjoyment of the show spoiled. You Have Been Warned.

“Come the Conqueror”

It’s Worldwide Invasion time for the Avengers as Kang, fresh from his defeat in a one-on-one encounter, unleashes his legions on an unsuspecting Earth. Part two of the Kang trilogy of episodes really builds momentum and keeps going the entire time with barely any pause. Continue reading

Re: Animated • Avengers “The Man Who Stole Tomorrow”

avengers17Obligatory Spoiler Warning: I will be discussing the events of the Avengers episode in the post. If, for some reason, you’re interested in the show and this blog and have not seen the show, go and do that first. The blog will make much more sense, and you won’t have your enjoyment of the show spoiled. You Have Been Warned.

“The Man Who Stole Tomorrow”

So, I’ve got to admit: I didn’t “get” Kang the Conqueror at one time. When I started reading comics (around 1979-1980) Kang just didn’t seem all that menacing. It wasn’t until Kurt Busiek’s treatments of him in Avengers and Avengers Forever that I really got the idea of Kang as a foe to be reckoned with and re-read some of his earlier stories and saw him as both noble warrior-general and arrogant conqueror rather than second-rate Doctor Doom. Fortunately, the trilogy of Avengers episodes starting here taps into the Kang I “got” as well as his original comic book appearances to make him a foe worthy of Earth’s Mightiest heroes. Continue reading