Marvel Super Hero Squad

FIRST LOOK: Super Hero Squad Variants!

Check out four Marvel Super Hero Squad variant covers for issues hitting comic shops on Wednesday, September 23!

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NEW AVENGERS #57 Marvel Super Hero Squad Variant
Check out four Marvel Super Hero Squad variant covers for issues hitting comic shops on Wednesday, September 23!

And don't forget to watch the first six episodes "The Super Hero Squad Show!" on Cartoon Network starting Saturday, September 19, then each Saturday at 8:30 a.m. After that, you can catch the Squad Monday through Saturday at 8:30 a.m. Hero Up!

 

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      msmitchel
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      I keep seeing (in print) that "The Super Hero Squad Show!" will start this Saturday but my DVR has already grabbed two episodes so it has already started. It is sort of odd that Marvel does not know when its own shows are debuting. Anyway, watched the first half of the first episode last evening and I do think my 6 year old daughter will find it entertaining as there is an abundance of kiddie humor (including mole man having an episode of uncontrollable belching and flatulence while "decompressing" on the surface). She also enjoys the comic book. As you might imagine, the violence seems to be limited to punching and "energy" blasts as it should be for a little kids' show (Wolverine does show his claws while they are assembling but, predictably, never uses them for slicing an enemy ... maybe they will have him make salad in one episode). They refer to the team as "squadies" which is lame but they do have references to S.H.I.E.L.D. and "live" in a helicarrier. All in all I think it is a fun show for young children and I think it is good that both Marvel and DC (as well as BOOM and others) are making child appropriate media along with their material that is targeted as teens and adults.

      tugrul.sahin
      tugrul.sahin

      People should leave these on the shelves.