I actually didn't expect another episode of this show to be thread-worthy for a good while, with the Masters of Evil episode already under their belts. But then they went and introduced the animated version of Captain Marvel to the world.
This episode is great fan service to those that are familiar with Mar-Vell's background and does a great job of introducing him to those that aren't. To sum up, they go with the classic origin of Mar-Vell working on Earth as a Kree spy, having to reveal himself in order to stop a rogue Kree Sentry. The seeds seem to be planted for the Kree-Skrull War, which seems MUCH more interesting than anything involving the Masters of Evil.
A great episode for those wanting to see Mar-Vell, the birth of Ms. Marvel, and the potential for some awesome cosmic tales to come out of this show.
Thumbs up for everything, except Mar-Vell's god-awful costume. I realize it's his original gear, but they had to have changed that for a reason. Yeesh!
I hope I am catching them all on On Demand. I just saw the one with Tchalla being introduced and the one with Doc Sampson. It's great workout stuff.
We'll be back right after order has been restored here in the Omni Center.
That the universe was formed by a fortuitous concourse of atoms, I will no more believe than that the accidental jumbling of the alphabet would fall into a most ingenious treatise of philosophy - Swift
Okay, so now we've officially got both Captain Marvel and the Cosmic Cube making an appearance. At this point, if we don't get Thanos, I'm going to be very, very disappointed. And when we do get Thanos, I'm going to be very, very excited.
Originally posted by Tenken347Okay, so now we've officially got both Captain Marvel and the Cosmic Cube making an appearance. At this point, if we don't get Thanos, I'm going to be very, very disappointed. And when we do get Thanos, I'm going to be very, very excited.
You can catch Thanos on Superhero Squad. :)
Wasn't a huge fan of this ep cause I hate cosmic stuff.
Wish they'd spend some more time on the heroes development. I'd like to see Thor and Cap struggling to fit in, Hulk and Banner going at it in his head, and Tony being a jerk (guess we can't get the boozing on a kid's show).
The opening to this episode was Sue Sylvester venturing into cartoonish villainy (as opposed to cartoonish supervillainy, of course). Total awesome and I loved every bit of Principal Sue Sylvester, especially her war on junk food.