Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes S02E07 Review

Avengers Get-together
Who Do You Trust? Anyone giving me deja vu after watching the movie.

Nick Fury brings the Skrull invasion front and center this week. He and his rogue team alert Tony Stark that one of the Avengers is a Skrull. Their intel leads to Hawkeye being the suspect. Tony returns to the Avengers disillusioned that anyone he has worked with may be a Skrull. Conflict arises after Tony accuses Hawkeye. New Avenger Ms. Marvel tries to bring Clint in for a S.W.O.R.D. investigation. The archer refuses and the Avengers have a brief scuffle amongst themselves.

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Nick Fury shows Stark a SkrullAs a result, Iron Man leaves the Avengers, Black Panther returns to Wakanda to defend his home, and Captain America skillfully and Skrullfully re-forms the team with he as the leader. Let’s not forget the major off-screen smackdown between the Ms. Marvel and a giant griffin. The twist: Mockingbird, of Fury’s group, is the Skrull queen playing everyone else like pawns in chess.

While it was nice of Hulk to show his heroic convictions in backing Clint, he had a terrible line of comic relief. As T’Challa meditates, Hulk complained “HE TALKS TOO MUCH!” That could have been due to deep hunger pains, but it’s more of a case of trying to make Hulk funny again.

At least the folks at EMH are giving me reason to stick around and try to watch Young Justice. Fury is missed. I didn’t mind Maria Hill leading S.H.I.E.L.D., but Fury should always have a part to play in any Avengers story. Scroll down to the comment boxes and tell me if YOU were relieved Fury’s back. If you like what you’ve read, SHARE/LIKE/+1 this to your friends below!

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Author: Clarence

Webmaster, editor, writer of Red-Headed Mule. RHM was founded in 2011. Currently is liking British TV better than U.S. TV, mayhaps.