Next stop: the Uncanny Valley.

Believe it or not, this is apparently part of the MCU.

PLOT

The Invincible Iron Man and the Incredible Hulk must join forces to save the Earth from its greatest threat yet! When two Hydra scientists try to supercharge a Stark Arc Reactor with Hulk’s Gamma Energy, they unleash a being of pure electricity called Zzzax – and he’s hungry for destruction. Together, Iron Man and Hulk are the only force that stands in the way of the Zzzax’s planetary blackout. But first, the super heroic duo will have to get through snarling Wendigos, deadly robots and the scaly powerhouse, Abomination. Can two of Earth’s mightiest heroes find a way to work together without smashing each other before time runs out?

REVIEW

So, before we begin, who knew this was going to end on a poor note? So, lets get the obvious out of the way, the animation, it looked horrible, it may have been passable as cut scenes for like PSone or Sega Saturn, but as a full-fledged movie it fails on all accounts; the same thing can be said about it’s sequel so there’s no need to bring it up again. The story was lousy, the villains were forgetful, our heroes were alright, but I kinda wished they’d completely stick to their movie counterparts. Overall, there’s nothing left to say, this was not an enjoyable film.

RANK: 1 out of 5

Oh, and since this is a spin-off of The Avengers, it’s part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as such it has a post-credits scene. Normally, I wouldn’t spoil this, but since I’m going to talk about the next movie soon anyway, here it is, Cap’s enemy Red Skull is in cahoots with Advanced Idea Mechanics. So, next time, we close out Marvel Month III with the second and so far, last installment in the Heroes United series.

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