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Watch: Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. Season 2, Ep. 1 – Clip 1

Marvel released the first clip for the second season premiere of Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. See what Ronan plans on doing with Ego the Living Planet in this clip from the season premiere of “Marvel’s Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.” airing this Sunday, October 12 at 8:00 a.m. ET on Disney XD!

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TV Review: Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. — “Planet Leader”

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“Planet Leader” lets us get a great look at Skaar’s home world as we see a father/son bonding between the Hulk and Skaar.
 
The Leader has fled Earth and the Hulks have followed, only to wind up slaves in the mines of Sakaar. They also learned that through technology the Leader has the entire population of that area, maybe that world, enslaved.
 
Unfortunately, the Hulks are enslaved by the same device.
 
Hulk and Skaar team up when they are thrown into a seemingly bottomless pit. Meanwhile, She-Hulk must endure the company of the Leader as he makes her his queen.
 
Rick offers rescue to Jen after he and Red Hulk escape the mines, but she believes she can do more damage to the villain from within.
 
Soon in the battle dome, it is a recaptured Skaar vs Hulk. At stake, of course, is “the girl,” She-Hulk. Shades of the 1960’s!
 
After Skaar proves himself to be a hero, there is a monster revolt and the Leader’s technology is overthrown.
 
Skaar and the Hulks head home,  but the Leader has the final say. He screws with their navigation system and the Hulks wind up … lost in space!
 
A funny, sometimes poignant toon.
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TV Review: Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. — “Deathlok”

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A neat little ditty this time around about not judging a book by its cover.

You’d think if you were misunderstood heroes like the Hulks, that would come naturally. Not so, as they read Deathlok from the future as a bad guy because of his cyborg looks.

It appears he is tracking a mall goer, a little girl, but again appearances can be deceiving. Enter: The Super-Skrull, a shape-shifting alien who has the combined powers of the Fantastic Four, and others of his kind. (Turns out the mall is, in fact, a Skrullian spaceship!) They are about to conquer Earth, according to “DL,” as A-Bomb calls the “robot dude.”

After battling first Deathlok and then shadows, shape-shifters and each other, the Hulks get the upper hand in the battle amid in-jokes and alien-smashing. There are some great action scenes here and, as ever, the character work (especially with Red Hulk and Rick Jones) is excellent.

Attention Andy Griffith Show fans: there is a homage to Deputy Barney Fife in the mall scenes. So cool.

The Agents of S.M.A.S.H. really grow on you. These Marvel Disney XD toons are becoming quick classics.

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