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It's a fun take on the Marvel Universe, and has plenty of references to it.
My favorite characters are The Incredible Hulk, the Mayor (obviously), Captain America, Galactus and Thanos. Oh, and Doctor Doom, too (I mean, DOCTOR DOOM)!
My favorite episodes are: "Enter Dormammu!", "O Captain, My Captain!", "Mental Organism Designed Only for Kisses!", "Stranger from a Savage Land!", "Mother of Doom!", "This Al Dente Earth!", "Whom Continuity Would Destroy!", "Blind Rage Knows No Color!", "Lo, How the Mighty Have Abdicated!", "Too Many Wolverines!" and "The Final Battle! ('Nuff Said!)".
I understand why some are turned off by the show: a focus on comedy, Character Exaggeration et al. But trust me, it's going to be a good ride.
Compared to Batman: The Brave and the Bold, The Super Hero Squad Show is a bit more serialized and has an overarching plot, while the former is stand-alone.
I appreciate the animation done by Noxxon Enterprises Inc. (Wolverine and the X-Men, The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes!) and the music by Guy Michelmore (the Marvel Animated Features, Iron Man: Armored Adventures, The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes!).
I like this show because it's a fun show that also doesn't forget to reference the MU. And the handling of the characters, too. Plus the amount of characters across the MU that appeared here before legal feuds. This is why for me this show is a breath of fresh air.
It's not a must-watch like the other Marvel cartoons, but it's a good show in its own right.
(If you need to comment, feel free)
First of all, the characters. None of their personalities are right. Iron Man is bland, Hulk get's excited over tigers calling them 'kitties', Captain America talks like it's the 30's or 40's,(Though I never read Captain America, so that might be what his personality is like) and Silver Surfer talks in slang. Since when did Silver Surfer talk in slang. They only slightly got Wolverine's personality right. Second, the jokes. What I said about Hulk above pretty much describes them. Bland, repetitive gags about the characters personality, or very lame puns. I suppose the personality think was mean for the show to be funny, but did they really need to make the hulk an Adult Child? Did they REALLY need to make Thor talk like shake sphere? (Never read the Thor comics either, so like Captain America, might be what he's like.) It get's really old, really fast, and little thought is put into this.
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