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The Dark Avengers 

In a flipped reality, where superheroes are super villains and vise versa, Iron Man gets a strange vision after battling the Squadron Supreme. He and the "evil" versions of the other ... See full summary »

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Jeff Allen, Tim Eldred

Writers:

Len Wein, Stan Lee (based on the Marvel Comics by) | 3 more credits »
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Episode cast overview:
Adrian Pasdar ... Iron Man (voice)
Fred Tatasciore ... Hulk (voice)
Roger Craig Smith ... Captain America / Computer (voice)
Travis Willingham ... Thor (voice)
Troy Baker ... Hawkeye (voice)
Bumper Robinson ... Falcon (voice)
David Kaye ... J.A.R.V.I.S. (voice)
Laura Bailey ... Black Widow / Little Girl (voice)
Anthony Ruivivar ... Nighthawk (voice)
Brian Bloom ... Hyperion (voice)
April Stewart ... Zarda (voice)
Phil LaMarr ... Dr. Spectrum (voice)
Jason Spisak ... Speed Demon (voice)
J.K. Simmons ... J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
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In a flipped reality, where superheroes are super villains and vise versa, Iron Man gets a strange vision after battling the Squadron Supreme. He and the "evil" versions of the other Avengers discover that the Squadron Supreme have the Reality Infinity Gem, and have used it to change the world in their image.

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TV-Y7
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1 February 2015 (USA) See more »

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Marvel Entertainment See more »
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Trivia

Spectrum is based on DC's Green Lantern. In this show, Spectrum is voiced by Phil Lamar, who voiced the Green Lantern in the Justice League animated series. See more »

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Iron Man: We're all on the Most Wanted list, but have any of us actually taken a life? I'm guessing we're not very good at being bad guys.
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What is there really?
1 February 2015 | by dailydoseofnopesSee all my reviews

A villain group called the "Squadron" a clear parody of the Justice League attempts to warp reality to attempt to give The Avengers a bad name and make themselves the heroes with the help of a stone.

This episode had promise but was just a letdown in more ways than one, just like the rest of the series. Through out the episode it has trouble deciding whether it takes place in a different dimension or a flipped reality of the existing continuity. At the beginning it is established that The Avengers are the bad guys when Iron Man sends giant robots to attack the city. During the fight with The Squadron, a rip in time is shown that it's a different dimension as Iron Man sees an alternate version of himself, the regular one of the series itself.

Then the rest of the episode continues to waste time and show us what was already established with the beginning scene with a little plot advancement exposition here and there.

A quick one shot episode with no incentive to come back next week for a new episode. No real arcing story lines. That is one of the problems with the current Marvel animated shows. As one of the few who is an actual fan of BOTH Marvel and DC, It seems that this episode was just designed to throw jabs at DC with the way The Squadron roster was characterized and just comes off as forgettable.


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