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A Guide to: Marvel TV Shows – Animated Shows

A Guide to: Marvel TV Shows – MCU-Verse


First: My Favorites

X-Men: Evolution (2000-2003)

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A group of people discover that they have extraordinary powers and must decide whether to use them for good or for evil. The ranks of both the good and bad forces swell as more people discover their super powers, and the battle between good and evil rages.

Total Episodes: 52

Wolverine and the X-men (2009)

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Wolverine reunites the X-Men to battle against the injustices of the Mutant Response Division (MRD).

Total Episodes: 26

Iron Man: Armored Adventures (2008-2012)

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After almost losing his life in a plane crash that killed his father, teenage prodigy Tony Stark, heir to the billion-dollar corporation Stark International, honors his dad’s memory as the superhero Iron Man, his alter ego charged with protecting those who are less fortunate than him. With the help of his friends Jim “Rhodey” Rhodes and Pepper Potts, Stark uses his suit of invincible armor and his technological inventions to take on such enemies of world peace as Mandarin, Iron Monger, Crimson Dynamo, Whiplash, Mr. Fix and Count Nefaria.

Total Episodes: 52

The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes (2010-2013)

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Comic-book superheroes — including Hulk, Iron Man and Thor — join forces to become the Avengers as they fight villains who have escaped from the Vault, the Cube, the Big House and the Raft. Among the villains the Avengers battle are Red Skull, Grim Reaper, Wonder Man and Cobra.

Total Episodes: 52

Spectacular Spider-Man (2008-2009)

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Teenager Peter Parker tries to juggle his two new worlds — he must learn how to use his new powers and responsibilities as Spider-Man while keeping it a secret from his high school friends and teachers. As important as school is to Peter, Spider-Man is expected to be a super hero and protect citizens from mutant lizards, an evil vulture and a cast of other villains.

Total Episodes: 26

Every Animated Marvel Show Ever:

Title Studio Original airing Network
The Marvel Super Heroes Grantray-Lawrence Animation / Marvel Comics Group 1966 Syndication
Fantastic Four Hanna-Barbera Productions / Marvel Comics Group 1967–1968 ABC
Spider-Man Grantray-Lawrence Animation (1967–1968) / Krantz Films (1968–1970) / Marvel Comics Group 1967–1970
The New Fantastic Four DePatie-Freleng Enterprises / Marvel Comics Animation 1978 NBC
Fred and Barney Meet The Thing Hanna-Barbera Productions / Marvel Comics Group 1979
Spider-Woman DePatie-Freleng Enterprises / Marvel Comics Animation 1979–1980 ABC
Spider-Man Marvel Productions 1981–1982 Syndication
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends 1981–1983 NBC
The Incredible Hulk 1982–1983
X-Men Graz Entertainment / Marvel Entertainment Group / Saban Entertainment 1992–1997 Fox Kids
Fantastic Four Marvel Entertainment Group / Marvel Films / Saban Entertainment / New World Entertainment 1994–1996 Syndication
Iron Man
Spider-Man Marvel Entertainment Group / Marvel Films (1994–1997) / Marvel Studios (1997–1998) / Saban Entertainment 1994–1998 Fox Kids
The Incredible Hulk Marvel Entertainment Group / Marvel Films / Saban Entertainment / New World Entertainment 1996–1997 UPN Kids
Silver Surfer Marvel Entertainment Group / Marvel Studios / Saban Entertainment 1998 Fox Kids
Spider-Man Unlimited Marvel Studios / Saban Entertainment 1999–2001
The Avengers: United They Stand 1999–2000
X-Men: Evolution Film Roman / Marvel Studios 2000–2003 The WB
Spider-Man: The New Animated Series Mainframe Entertainment / Marvel Entertainment / Adelaide Productions / Sony Pictures Television 2003 MTV
Fantastic Four: World’s Greatest Heroes Marvel Entertainment / Marvel Studios / MoonScoop Group / M6 / Cartoon Network Europe / Taffy Entertainment 2006–2007 Cartoon Network
The Spectacular Spider-Man Culver Entertainment / Marvel Entertainment / Adelaide Productions / Sony Pictures Television 2008–2009 The CW (season 1) / Disney XD(season 2)
Wolverine and the X-Men Marvel Studios / Marvel Entertainment / Toonz Entertainment / First Serve International / Liberation Entertainment / EVA Finance GmbH / Marvel Animation 2009 Nicktoons
Iron Man: Armored Adventures Marvel Animation / Marvel Entertainment / Method Animation / DQ Entertainment / France 2 (season 1) / Isle of Man Film (season 1) / Genius (season 1) / LuxAnimation (season 1) / Fabrique D’Images (season 2) / France Televisions (season 2) / Onyx Lux (season 2) 2009–2012
The Super Hero Squad Show Film Roman / Ingenious Media / Marvel Animation 2009–2011 Cartoon Network
The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes 2010–2013 Disney XD
Marvel Anime Madhouse / Marvel Entertainment 2010–2011 (Japan) / 2011–2012 (U.S.) G4
Ultimate Spider-Man Film Roman / Marvel Animation 2012–2017 Disney XD
Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. 2013–2015
Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers Toei Animation / Marvel Entertainment 2014–2015 TX Network
Avengers Assemble Marvel Animation 2013–present Disney XD
Guardians of the Galaxy 2015–present
Marvel Future Avengers Madhouse / Marvel Entertainment / The Walt Disney Company Japan 2017–present Dlife
Spider-Man Marvel Animation Disney XD
Big Hero 6: The Series Disney Television Animation Disney Channel

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