You're lucky I saw all the episodes the other day. I'm still mad at Dtuck for spoiling some of it after I told him I didn't see it yet. I agree that lots of characters got ripped off but it's not automatically racist if the only black person is the one that does the sacrifice, especially if they survive, though I see your point. It was too rushed.
Didn't see the episodes. I stopped after the Spider-Man one, I couldn't watch the show anymore knowing it would be cancelled and that Josh's voice was dubbed. And the reason why the episode my seem rushed, was because Jeph Loeb took control over the show, after the two original ppl who controlled the show left after the Spidey episode.
Okay, when I first read this I still had the last episode to watch... now that I have, I agree with poke except maybe the last thing. It wasn't really "Black guy dies first". But I thought the whole teleportation thing was a copout. Can't heroic sacrifices just be heroic sacrifices? Can't heroes die?
And wow. Seriously, they shoehorned in Galactus in one episode? They've had five episode arcs to introduce the other villains, and this one, arguably the biggest, gets only one episode (and we're reminded that, oh yeah, in case you forgot or completely missed it, he was indeed mentioned in an earlier episode). Why did Surtur get sidelined?
One more beef about the finale: sooo many guest stars, and who gets the attention? Spidey. Again. Seriously guys at Marvel, the Heroes for Hire are much funnier. The other ones barely got any lines (Sue and Winter Soldier none at all, but they get actor credit?) and their grunts sounded not like their regular voices at all.
All in all, really disappointed. It took a nosedive in story quality in the second season.
Make John Rozum run away, screaming? Also, move him out of Dakota City, taking away his supporting cast, and giving him the Power Rangers and Joker and Killer Croc wannabes as villains.
It's not Static, it's a dime a dozen teen title. Where is the social drama of stories like Louder than a Bomb, or Between a Rick and a Hard Place? Nobody seems to be able to handle the Milestone characters particularly well since they got swallowed into the DCU.
Nope, the comic. The horrible, horrible New 52 comic.
The show at least had good stories (though many of them were awful). McDuffie and Cowan worked on it. It had some changes (mainly because the powers that be wanted it that way) but for a kids series, it worked fine.
So sad that Avengers: EMH ended on weak note. Was the Ultron's Returns/Vision's appearance rushed? And what happen to Red Hulk and did Hulk return after the Skrull's plan failed. (I don't care if you spoil it for me, I just wanna know)
Wow this got pretty popular fast! anyways I've read that Red Hulk is a avenger in the comics. HOW ! They should of ended it good but instead it ended meh! Now they are replacing with Avengers Assembled. I'll only watch it if Pym and T'challa are in it . As Yellowjacket/Antman and Black Panther
Ok, it officially sucked. The Skrull invasion was definitely poorly executed, rushed and anti-climactic. Pym's storyline, and whatever his problem was, I didn't get it or cared about. Vision was poorly used, that's for sure. Loki was turned into a wimp and what the freaking heck happened to Surtur's plot line?! And don't get me started on Galactus. Ms. Marvel was another letdown. Jennifer Hale's voice just didn't did it for me, for some reason.
The first season was a breath of fresh air and it was the first Marvel show I enjoyed after SpecSM. It was engaging and thrilling and I actually cared about almost every character, most of whom I knew little about, because all those terrible Marvel shows we're been plagued over the last decades. The second season was not bad, but it certainly wasn't good. Just... average. I found myself going from episode to episode without caring about what was happening. And I don't thing Josh Keaton's voice-over would have made much of a difference, to be honest. Sadly, the show won't be missed; not with another season like this. It would have been better off being canceled after the first season, and become one of those shows that "were great but got canceled and left us craving for more" than ending on this note. Marvel just can't get it right...
At Comic-Con, Jeph Loeb said the new Avengers show will be a continuation of this series. And said something similar to this "We are trying to make the best MARVEL show possible". And believe it or not, the test footage looked pretty cool.
Well the plan of beautyful Enchantress wasnt finished yet and even started yet. Plus they make most character weak specially magic heroes and make the plot be more about 4 major heroes Captain America, Hulk, Ironman and Thor.
They cancelled it because they wanted to make a new series that could take place in the same universe as USM. However, they are apparently aware of their mistake with that show so the new avengers series won't be like USM. Feel free to remain suspicious as he's pretty much the one that butchered season 2 of AEMH.
I'm extremely pissed as a good show got cancelled because of a stupid idea . Hey in the episode Thor appeared in Ultimate Spiderman and in the first episode as well. The avengers are confirmed to exist in that contintuty