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Avengers Assemble is an American animated television series based on the Marvel Comics superhero team, the Avengers. Created to cash in on the success of The Avengers, the show was released on Disney XD on May 26, 2013.
- As stated above, the show was only created in order to cash in on the success of The Avengers, and it shows, mainly because it has characters who resemble their [[mh:greatestmovies:Marvel Cinematic Universe|MCU}} counterparts in looks and sometimes even personality.
- Another likely reason is so that Disney and Marvel would avoid mature themes.
- All of the characters act the same with some slight variations in their personalities.
- The show replaced Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes for no reason despite that show having good ratings and being popular enough with fans, and there were no legal issues either.
- The animation quality gets much worse after the first season, with the animation now being handled by cheap Korean studios instead of Film Roman.
- No theme song, just a lazy title card as usual.
- The storylines are basic and intelligence insulting, as the show treats the audience like babies only to get them to watch the MCU movies.
- Terrible dialogue with lots of corny one liners.
- Mediocre voice acting with some exceptions, such as Roger Craig Smith who does a bad Captain America.
- The seasons Avengers: Ultron Revolution and Avengers: Black Panther's Quest only exist to cash in on Age of Ultron and Black Panther respectively.
- Overused cliches and tropes in every single episode.
- Season 5 Jumped The Shark by only focusing on Black Panther. And, well, being a one-show Replacement Scrappy as it displaced the superior Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
- The Avengers, especially Hawkeye, become rather stupid during and after 13th episode of Season 5, believing Black Widow's claim that she saw Black Panther supposedly killing Captain America in the previous episode.
- The first season has a very good animation quality, unlike the later seasons (as stated above).
- At least the show has some good and enjoyable moments.
- In the Ultron Revolution season, Kamala Khan, the second Ms. Marvel, makes her debut on the show despite being not featured on the MCU yet, this is also her animated debut.
- The character designs are very good, and a huge improvement over the character designs of Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
- it adapted the story arcs Infinity Gauntlet and Secret Wars before the MCU did it.
- The characters are still likeable.