Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow
The children of the Avengers must rise up to their parents' legends and stop the villainous android Ultron. But with the world in peril, can these inexperienced young heroes save the day?
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Rollicking young superhero tale; lots of cartoon violence.
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Another worthwhile and enjoyable Marvel animation. Really aimed at a younger market, though I would assume younglings love adult orientated Superheroes. Still the overall plot here is fairly dark with the Avengers all dead and Ultron having taken over the world. Enjoyable action allowing us to see Iron Man and Hulk back, though once again Hulk is used as a last minute saviour. The voice acting is very lighthearted and the children's turmoil or being orphans and the last people in existence is something that could have been explored better. If you enjoy superheros and don't mind a bit of tongue in cheek fun there's a lot of entertainment value to be squeezed out here.
- kiriyamakazou, Monday, October 6, 2008
Nice Marverl..... Adding in the Iron Avengers, Vision, Ultron, and The Hulk made for a good film. Didnt think going to a young squad was worth passing all the other great storylines Marvel has had....hopefully they will hear my cries. Secret Wars Movie...Come on Marvel.
- emeka79, Sunday, November 9, 2008
Marvel has done great with their animated line up. Ultimate Avengers 1 & 2, Iron Man, Dr. Strange, and now in a sort of "What If?" spin, it's the Next Avengers. I was looking forward to this the least. 1st because it dealt with a slew of brand new characters. And 2nd because it was the first one to be PG instead of PG-13. I was afraid that it wouldn't have the edge that the last ones had. I was wrong on both accounts. This had the spirit of the Avengers through and through. It was just a LOT of fun to watch with my boy. Another fine job, Marvel.
- dcrees, Tuesday, September 30, 2008