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Yo Kaba 2 months ago
it's not bad for an alternate future of the fate of the Avengers.
Michael Cole over 5 years ago
A bastardization of the Marvel universe
Dylan Clites over 8 years ago
I don't like this alternate universe at all. Everything seems off or out of character.
Don Lathrop over 1 year ago
Luke B almost 6 years ago
Briana Flint 6 years ago
Ivan Enriquez over 6 years ago
Oscar Venegas almost 7 years ago
Wilma Monaghan almost 8 years ago
Pedro Sousa 8 years ago
Victoria Goulborn over 8 years ago
Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow is a direct-to-video animated film. It is fifth in a series of animated films from Marvel Animation, based on Marvel Comics by Lions Gate Entertainment. It was released on DVD and Blu-ray on September 2, 2008. The project was originally announced under the title Teen Avengers and later changed to Avengers Reborn. It was then referred to as Next Avengers before being given its full title. A preview of the film (under the Avengers Reborn title) was included on the DVD of the Doctor Strange: The Sorcerer Supreme animated film. It is the first of the Marvel animated films to be rated PG as opposed to PG-13. A battle with Ultron leaves The Avengers defeated, with six of the heroes killed during the fight, and the world at the mercy of Ultron's machine army. Iron Man / Tony Stark is told by Captain America to take the Avengers' children to an underground fortified refuge hidden above the Arctic Circle. The children are James Rogers (son of Black Widow and...
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