A mysterious supervillain unleashes all it the supervillains that S.H.I.E.L.D has captured over the years. Now, S.H.I.E.L.D is in trouble when there are crimes being committed everywhere. Nick Fury turns to Iron Man, Wasp. Ant-man, Hulk, and Thor to begin to round the villains up. However, not only will they encounter villains with extraordinary powers, they will also meet heroes such as Captain America and the Black Panther. Can these heroes restore justice to the world?
The Avengers all work together to stop evil. In the end, they win. They always learn a lesson and work to build better relationships with one another. Though they are seen fighting with one another, in the end, they sort it all out. The Earth’s Mightiest Heroes is my favorite version of the Avengers TV series. I like it better than the new Avengers Assemble TV series
Some of the villains may look scary to some children. Some of them have evil abilities. While most of the fights aren’t really violent, some of them are. In such cases, you may see blood or skeletons.
Some villains abilities include witchcraft, and you hear some ancient word phrases and see dark magic. We also hear about a lot of Norse mythology since Thor is in this series.
There is not really any sexual content in this series.
We see some Avengers play poker now and then. We also hear them reference to it. They don’t drink beer though, they only drink soda.
The language in this film does surpass “h-ck” and bub. Therefore, this is a really kid-friendly show language wise.
Overall, I like the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. Watching the Avengers take on the villains in a cartoon is fun. I highly suggest this TV series if your kids want to watch the Avengers and you don’t want them to see the actual marvel films. While the violence and the spiritual content can be iffy at some points, it usually is not that bad. Please let me know what you think of the series in the comments.
Thanks to youtube.com for the trailer
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