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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It's actually a lot better than you would think, but it is probably the least entertaining Marvel animated movie to date. It's a little cheesy at some parts, and the action is entertaining, but it's not as cool as it could be. Also it needed more action. Worth a watch, but not great.
- chickenmonkey707, Wednesday, September 10, 2008
The next generation of heroes created by Marvel was a good concept. Iron Man, Betty and the Hulk were surprising and a nice addition. The nemesis though could have been better so much better. Especially when you find out how the orginal Avengers met there demise and why, and how easily he was dealt with. Just go check it out....
- beowulf1898, Wednesday, September 10, 2008
09-02-08 --Marvel Animated projects are really coming into their own. They really prove it here with Next Avengers. I wasn't sure how this was going to be because of the whole Kid Aspect of it and they really nailed it. It is a whole new concept and story. It isn't from any comic source material but it felt like something from a "Runaways" or "New X-Men", "Avengers - Initiative" even. The children of the Avengers are hidden from Ultron after he defeats them and they fall. Tony Stark is the only one left and he raises them to be the ... yep you got it "The Next Avengers". It wasn't too "kiddy" and it had a decent amount of Marvel mythology. It was more like a "what if?!" issue or separate 4-issue edition but as a movie. Ultron was a nice choice of Villain. Originally created by Henry Pym he is always coming back in some way to destroy the Avengers and take over everything. Good Job marvel! Keep em comin!
- johnnyblaze2k, Wednesday, September 3, 2008