The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes Season 2(Revision)

The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes Season 2(Revision)

The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes Season 2(Revision)

How the Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes Season 2 could have been had Christopher Yost and Joshua Fine retained full control over the series.

When the Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes was airing as one of the greatest superhero series of all time, Jeph Loeb stated that Season 2 would presumably begin around October 2011 and Joshua Fine tweeted in April 2011 that 13 episodes have been completed. At the 2011 New York Comic Con, Jeph Loeb contradicted his earlier statement of Season 2 in late 2011 and by the time the second half of Season 2 began, Ben 10 and Generator Rex producers Man of Action started airing the series from then on and ruined everything that made the series great.

Now considering how all of the original plans for the second half of Season 2 were aborted, people have wondered what they originally planned for Season 2. But over time, Christopher Yost stated that  Powerless originally focused on Ms. Marvel and Hawkeye, "Emperor Stark"  would have been titled "Emperor Doom, a Nova episode was planned and the series finale was a 3-parter where the Avengers fought Galactus on Hala. Here are the things that they would have probably planned.

- Josh Keaton WOULD have voiced Spider-Man in his episodes and NOT Drake Bell.

-Secret Invasion would have been expanded upon more.

- Wonder Man would have returned from the dead in "Emperor Doom".

- Hulk would have definitely caused reality to be screwed up (not his fault though). This would have led to Future Imperfect (Parts 1 &  2).

-The Kree and the Skrulls would have gone to war with each other.

Here is the plot synopsis for the revamped Season 2:
Season Two will depict The Avengers as they track down the remaining Masters Of Evil and end up getting involved in the upcoming war between The Kree and Skrulls. Ms. Marvel, Vision, Falcon, and Mockingbird join The Avengers. In the 3-part season finale, in the midst of the Kree-Skrull War, Galactus comes to devour Hala and The Avengers must face their greatest challenge to save the planet.

Episode 13: Along Came a Spider...The whole city has turned against Captain America while he tries to regain his tarnished reputation. But when the Serpent Society attempts to rescue  Viper, New York is put in the crossfire with only Captain America and the equally mistrusted Spider-Man to save them. 

#Featured Characters
-As stated, Josh Keaton reprises his role as Spider-Man alongside  Darren Norris as J. Jonah Jameson, Phil LaMarr as Robbie Robertson and Grey DeLisle as Betty Brant.

-Vanessa Marshall reprises her role as Madame Viper.

-Marshall and Chris Cox retain their roles as Anaconda and the Rattler.z

-Episode 15: Yellowjacket

Iron Man and Wasp try to persuade Hank to rejoin the team, but he is far too obsessed with his experiments and driven by guilt over Ultron. Meanwhile, a mysterious new vigilante called "Yellowjacket" appears at Avengers Mansion to convince The Avengers to give him membership and starts taking out super-villains, starting with AIM. The Avengers attempt to find out about this new vilgilante's true identity with the help of Ant-Man(Scott Lang). This results in AIM unleashing their newest weapon, Doomsday Man. Yellowjacket is eventually revealed to  be Hank Pym(who is suffering an personality crisis as a result of his depression and exposing himself to chemicals in one of his experiments, leading him to believe he "killed" Hank Pym by causing the explosion he used to fake his death.)tAt the end of the episode, Yellowjacket decides to leave the statue of himself as Ant-Man and tells the Avengers that he will save the world alongside them.

-Hawkeye and Iron Man clash over the leadership of the Avengers, but they later come to terms that Tony is better suited as leader.

 -The Serpent Society  and Madame Viper appear as a sub-plot where Yellowjacket stops them from delivering weapons to  the Roxxon Enegy Corporation.

-Ultron-6 completes transferring into his new body and plans to enact revenge on the Avengers, capturing Yellowjacket in the process.

#Featured Characters
-Crispin Freeman reprises his role as Scott Lang, the second Ant-Man.

-Nolan North also reprises his role as the Scientist Supreme.


Episode 17: Ultron Unlimited

The Avengers are in shock when Hank Pym, who is once more in his Ant-Man guise with no memory of anything except for the early adventures of The Avengers wonders who the members that joined the team within the past year are and asks Wasp to go with him, saying they have something to do. Little that they know is that Ultron has brainwashed him into capturing The Wasp so he can transfer her life-force into his new bride Jocasta. Meanwhile, after being sent by Ultron to destroy the rest of The Avengers, Vision informs them where The Wasp is and after being moved by their plight, he betrays Ultron's programming to help The Avengers destroy him.In the end, when Captain America saves Vision from being burned by the fire of Ultron's base, he joins the Avengers, telling them that he wishes to be perfect by being more human.


-Thor grows concerned that very soon, Surtur will complete the Twlight Sword and bring about Ragnarok and the destruction of Asgard.

-Wasp struggles to help Yellowjacket recover from the chemicals he exposed himself to while helping him move back into Avengers Mansion.
-Captain America learns about the mysterious Winter Soldier and he begins to believe he may be his old partner, Bucky, having survived World War II.

#Featured Characters

-Tom Kane  once again reprises his role  as Ultron-6 

-Colleen O'Shaughnessy as the voice of Jocasta
O'Shaughnessy's performance as Wasp is flawless and her chemistry with Wally Winget's Yellowjacket is perfect. Her   performance as Jocasta would have a robotic voice to it.

Episode 18: Powerless

The Enchantress offers Loki a chance to exact revenge on The Avengers for ruining his plan to conquer The Nine Realms and strips Ms. Marvel, Captain America and Thor of their powers, forcing them to find themselves trying to learn to fight villains without their superhuman abilities. Thor learns how what feels to be human, loses his arrogance completely and restores Ms. Marvel and Captain America's powers. The Avengers defeat  the Destroyer by damaging the suit's power, damaging it beyond its ability to function. In the end, The Avengers rebuild their trust with each other, stating they will stop the war together and Odin loses his eye and becomes replaced by Kurse

This episode also has a few sub-plots:

-Wasp talks about her feelings for Yellowjacket/Hank Pym with Iron Man and becomes worried about his mental state. At the end of the episode, she begins to have  hope that he will eventually recover from the chemicals and accept that he truely is Hank Pym.

-Iron Man resumes his former objective to destroy the remainder of his stolen Stark Industries inventions and he and Maria Hill argue more about the Avengers registering with S.H.I.E.L.D.

- Dr. Doom decides that the best way to conquer the world is to control the world's superheroes and begins to build the Psycho-Prism.

#Featured Characters
- Graham McTavish and Kari Wahlgren reprise their roles as Loki and the Enchantress as in the original version.

-Clancy Brown reprises his roles as Surtur and Odin, respectively.

- J.B Blanc also reprises his role as the Wrecker

- Keith Fergueon as the voice of Kurse. 

-Ferguson has voiced many monster characters over the course of his career. He can nail Kurse's aggressive and violent tendencies, using a more deeper version of his Mek Badzappa voice from the Warhammer 400,000 video game series.

Episode 19: Emperor Doom

Wonder Man returns from the dead and is shocked to find out that the world is ruled by Doctor Doom and The Avengers. As he gets to the bottom of this plot, he finds out that he has been amplifying The Purple Man's power through a prism-like device, enabling him to enslave the world's population. In the end, Doctor Doom is revoked of his diplomatic immunity and Wonder Man declines to join The Avengers as he wishes to atone for his villainous actions. In custody, Doctor Doom reveals to Nick Fury that he knows about Surtur planning to destroy the Nine Realms.


- Pepper Potts urges Tony to consider building a new suit for her, so she can join him and Rhodey when they're out saving the world as Iron Man and War Machine, foreshadowing her future superhero identity as Rescue.

- Vision tries to adapt a human identity for himself to no success. In the end, he takes up the name "Victor Shade" with the help of Iron Man and Captain America.

- While restoring the world to normal, Iron Man and Mr. Fantastic discusses the idea of the Avengers and the superhero community as a whole going to war with one another should any hero oppose the idea of working with S.H.I.E.L.D and how it may lead to conflict with Invisible Woman who may disagree with their methods.

#Featured Characters
-Lex Lang reprises his role as Doctor Doom.

- Phil LaMarr also reprises his role as Wonder Man.

-Brent Spiner retains his role as the Purple Man.

Episode 20:The Coming of Nova.The Skrulls break out of Prison 42 with the help of Paibok and Titannus and plan to conquer Earth once again. Meanwhile, the Avengers must help a new hero known as Nova realise that he must use the power for good and stop the Skrulls from taking control of the planet once more.

-The episode has a few sub-plots:
-Iron Man and Captain America discuss the idea of forming a new Avengers team should the main team ever die in battle.

-Ms. Marvel and Captain Marvel talk about how the war between the Kree and the Skrulls will destroy Earth and all of humanity. Mar-Vell also warns her that the Mad Titan Thanos will seek out the Infinity Stones to erase half of all life in the universe.

-Bruce Banner is in shock about The Skrull that posed as  Captain America allowing him to be captured by the Hulkbusters. He speaks with the Hulk in prison and he begins to resent Cap for "betraying" him, foreshadowing the events of "The Deadliest Man Alive".

#Featured Characters.

- Kyle Hebert and Elizabeth Daily reprise their roles as the Super-Skrull and Queen Veranke.

-Troy Baker reprises his role as Richard Rider/Nova from Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3.

-Daryl Sabara as the voice of Sam Alexander.
 Sabara has been voicing an array of teen characters in cartoons such as Rex Salazar in "Generator Rex", Scorn in The Batman and Molecule Kid in Avengers Assemble. One can imagine him as the voice of the current Nova.

-Danny Jacobs as the voice of Paibok
Jacobs has already voiced a handful of super-villains as Baron Mordo in Ultimate Spider-Man Vs. the Sinister Six, Victor Zsasz in Batman: Arkham Asylum, Captain Cold in Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox and the first Baron Zemo, Heinrich Zemo in Avengers: Ultron Revolution.  He can definitely channel a alien character in Paibok.

- Victor Brandt as the voice of Titannus
Brandt has already voiced Rupert Thorne in The Batman, Professor Emil Hamilton in Superman: The Animated Series and Scorponok in Transformers: Robots In Disguise. Imagine him voicing Titannus in a deep voice, he can pull off that range.

Episode 21: Winter Soldier

Pondering the mystery of The Winter Soldier, Captain America recruits The Falcon and Nick Fury to find him, only to find out he is an amnesic Bucky, who is reprogrammed to serve Dell Rusk. Once Cap restores Bucky's memories, he begins to suspect Deil Rusk is actually the Red Skull in disguise. Meanwhile, the rest of The Avengers try to stop HYDRA from creating their greatest weapon, Hive.

At the end of the episode, Captain America meets Winter Soldier in secret, telling him that no matter what happens, he'll always be his partner. 


-Deil Rusk blackmails the Gargoyle into working with Red Hulk to create a mind control device that will allow them to control the Hulk.

-Falcon begins to form a partnership with Captain America and in the end, he offers him  a place in the Avengers, which he gladly accepts

-S.H.I.E.LD once again offer the Avengers to work for the organastion. When they refuse, they threaten to sign a bill with the government that regulates the activites of superheroes.

#Featured Characters

-Lance Reddick, Jon Curry, Alex Desert and Steve Blum reprise their roles as Falcon, Winter Soldier, Nick Fury and Dell Rusk/Red Skull.

-Clark Gregg reprises his role as Phil Coulson from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

-Frank Welker as the voice of Hive.
Welker provided many animal noises in his animation career. I picture him using the voice for Megatron in Transformers: Prime.

Episode 22: The Deadliest Man Alive.

The Avengers come under attack of the Hulk, wanting revenge on both Falcon and Cap for allowing him to be captured by the Hulkbusters. When The Avengers locate The Hulk, they find out that Gargoyle has been providing Deil Rusk with technology to control the Hulk. Meanwhile, the Red Hulk manipulates the Avengers into letting him join the team by defeating the Hulk. Only Captain America is suspicious of the mysterious new Hulk and tries to convince the other Avengers to no avail. In the end, Hulk is offered membership back into the Avengers, but he states he needs some time alone before rejoining the team and as Gargoyle is being taken away by S.H.I.E.L.D, Hawkeye offers Mockingbird to join the Avengers which she happily accepts. Meanwhile, Nick Fury states to the Secret Warriors that a "secret war" is starting and he will assemble a team of super-heroes to invade Lavteria.


-Doc Samson, still under Deil Rusk's control, aids the Red Hulk in convincing the Avengers to allow him to join the team. In the end, he is cured by S.H.I.E.L.D authorties and promises to make amends for his actions.

-Black Panther discovers that he has a brain aneurysm, causing him to succumb to instability and hallucinations. As his mental state begins to deteriorate, Yellowjacket, Ms. Marvel and Vision enlist the help of the Secret Warriors to find a cure for his illness.

-Iron Man interrogates  Kang the Conqueor, intending on finding out more about the Kree-Skrull War and how Captain America would be responsible for destroying the world. In the end, he warns Iron Man that even if they save Earth from being destroyed, a greater threat(Surtur) is coming and that they are to face their greatest challange(Galactus) yet.

 -In the end, with Code Red disbanded, Deil Rusk decides to create a plague that will destroy the Avengers, put Code Red under his control again and frees the Gargoyle, foreshadowing the revealation that he is the Red Skull.

#Featured Characters
- Cam Clarke, Vanessa Marshall, Lacey Chabert, and Elizabeth Daily reprises their roles as Doc Samson, Black Widow, Quake and Mockingbird, respectively.

-Keith Ferguson and Fred Tastasciore reprise their roles as General Thunderbolt Ross/Red Hulk

- Keri Russell as the voice of Betty Ross.
Russell has voiced Wonder Woman in her self-titled 2009 film. I see her voicing Betty Ross, using a modified version of her Wonder Woman voice.

-Tom Kenny as the voice of Gargoyle
Kenny has plently of voice work at Marvel Animation. For voicing Gargoyle, he would use a more Russian version of his MODOK voice.

Episode 23: New Avengers
Kang escapes Prison 42 with the help of The Council Of Kangs and attempts to conquer the world , this time trapping the Avengers in a temporal void to keep them from getting the way of his plans. Now a new team of heroes (consisting of Spider-Man, War Machine, Wolverine, Thing, Iron Fist and Luke Cage) must band together to stop the cross-temporal onslaught.  In the end, Spider-Man is made a reserve member of the Avengers.

#Featured Characters
-Steve Blum reprises his roles as Wolverine from Wolverine and the X-Men

-Also, Jonathan Adams returns as Kang the Conqueror 

- Josh Keaton, Bumper Robinson, Christopher B.Duncan, Loren Lester and Fred Tatasciore   also reprise their roles as Spider-Man, War Machine, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and Thing

Episodes 24-26: Operation: Galactic Storm, Live Kree or Die and Judgement Day
The Kree and The Skrulls head to war with each other, as Kang predicted, the sun will be destroyed in the war. The Avengers and Captain Marvel must bring the war to a halt and save the Earth from destruction. In the end, The Avengers destroy the wormhole,threatening the sun at the apparent cost of Black Panther's life. Then The Kree and Skrulls arrive on Hala to finish each other off once and for all.

The Kree's home planet Hala is about to be devoured by the world-eater known as Galactus. The Avengers must convince the only herald against his desire, the Silver Surfer to help them save the planet. In the end, the Avengers realise they need all the help they can get to stop Galactus

The Avengers face their greatest challenge when they attempt to stop Galactus from devouring Hala, the Kree's home planet.  Meanwhile, Captain America and Iron Man discuss a membership drive to expand The Avengers. In the end, when The Avengers defeat Galactus by sending him to the Negative Zone, The Kree and The Skrulls come to peace with one another and Iron Man gives Captain America leadership of the Avengers while Surtur orders Amora to claim the Infernal Sconce, proclaiming Asgard and The Nine Realms will fall before his power during Ragnarok.


-Hawkeye speaks with  Iron Man about forming a new Avengers team on the West Coast. In the end, when Galactus is defeated, they decide to put those plans into initiation, wishing to expand the Avengers' influence.

-While the New Avengers are protecting Avengers Mansion at the request of the main Avengers, Spider-Man is accidentally teleported to Hala and helps the Avengers, Nova and Silver Surfer fight Galactus. In the end, he is offered to become a member of the Avengers full-time, but he declines, wishing to have some time before becoming a full-time member of a team.

-Hulk is called to help the Avengers stop the war between the Kree and Skrulls, but he refuses, still wanting to take some time off from the team. He begins to fear he could lose his sanity and cause a nuclear war that will kill all of the world's superheroes, including his friends. Later, the Avengers convince him to join by teleporting him to Hala as their secret weapon to help fight Galactus.In the end, when the Avengers return to Earth and finally have their reputation restored, they finally convince the Hulk to rejoin the team by promising to help him atone for attacking them under the control of Gargoyle and the Red Hulk.

When the Avengers arrive on Hala, Iron Man tries to bring JARVIS online. Luckily, with the help of Kree technology, Captain America orders him to initiate an contingency call named "Code White" which summons all of the heroes the Avengers ever teamed up with in case the Avengers fail to stop Galactus on Hala and he arrives on Earth to devour the planet.
#Featured Characters

-Michael Rosenbaum as the voice of Silver Surfer.
Rosenbaum is regarded as the best Lex Luthor on Smallville. He has voiced tons of DC characters, including the Flash(both Barry Allen and Wally West), Kid Flash, Ghoul, Deadshot, Vilgilante and Deadman. If he was to do more Marvel projects after potraying Martinex T.Naga in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2.

-Jonathan Adams reprises his role as Galactus from Marvel Vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds.

-Kevin Grevioux, David Kaye and Chris Cox retains their roles as Terrax, the Supreme Intelligence and Peter Corbeau

-Dorian Harewood as the voice of Korath the Pursuer.
 Harewood is a legend at voicing both Marvel and DC characters. He voiced War Machine in the remainer of the 90s Iron Man series and Dr. Bromwell in the Spectacular Spider-Man. For Korath, he would use a more deranged version of his Martian Manhunter voice.

-Annihilus returns in the 3-parter finale, this time voiced by Mike Patton
His appearance in Assault on Prison 42 was so memorable and awesome. I actually wished to see Patton voice him, using his Darkness voice.

- Jason Spisak as the voice of Stardust
Spisak already voiced Kid Flash in Young Justice, Justin Hammer and Speed Demon in Avengers Assemble and the Grandmaster in the Guardians of the Galaxy series. I can see him using a more ice-like version of his Razar voice for Stardust.

-Lex Lang as the voice of Firelord
Lang already voiced Dr. Doom on the series. He can pull off Firelord's firery and brute raw tendencies, using a more smokey version of his Zen-Aku voice from Power Rangers: Wild Force.

-Dee Bradley Baker as the voice of Air-Walker
Baker's voice acting career has more characters than anyone else. (Except for Frank Welker of course). He already voiced Mr. Fantastic in the series. He can nail Air-Walker's personality really well.

-Peter Cullen as the voice of  Tyrant.
Cullen has voiced so many incarnations of Optimus Prime that we cannot even begin to count them all. Imagine him voicing Tyrant by using a more God-like voice of the leader of the Autobots.

-Alexandra Krosney as the voice of Princess Anelle.
Krosney was really good as the captain of  Jack Darby's school, Memorial High School's cheerleading squad. I can almost see her voicing the Skrull Princess.

All of this would have been possible if Jeph Loeb and Man of Action never got involved with the series. I wouldn't mind them writing a few episodes with Christopher Yost and Joshua Fine in control of the series, but they should have never got involved with it at all.I believe if Man of Action were still added to the writing staff, they would only report to Yost and Fine, following their direction on the series instead of making the last 10 episodes self-contained. Perhaps someone will ask Marvel ask a list of questions on What Could Have Been in Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes.

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