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Disney and Marvel Create Two Team Up Cartoons Featuring The Avengers and The Hulk

15 October 2012 4:36 PM, PDT | Boomtron | See recent Boomtron news »

Disney Xd is once again teaming up with Marvel to bring about new animated series after the success of Ultimate Spider-Man. Milking the success of the summer blockbuster, The Avengers, two new shows have been picked up to join the Marvel Universe block in Summer 2013: Marvel’s Avengers Assemble and Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. Both series will feature the Hulk, which is perfect considering he doesn’t look to be getting a new live-action movie anytime soon, so he deserves a little extra attention in the other forms of media.

Avenger’s Assemble will feature the same team from The Avengers movie, with the addition of Falcon. Adrian Pasdar will do the voice of Iron Man just as he did on Ultimate Spider-Man and the Iron Man anime series. Fred Tatsciore will voice the Hulk, Roger Craig Smith doing Captain America, Travis Willingham as Thor, Troy Baker as Hawkeye, »

- Brody Gibson

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Five Celebrity Superhero Voice Overs You Didn't Know About

13 March 2012 10:46 AM, PDT | MTV Splash Page | See recent MTV Splash Page news »

by Joel Hanek

These days it's impossible to release any animated feature without at least thirty names billed on the movie poster and the smog of its promotional campaigns polluting all of late night television.

But not unlike their superhero alter egos, once upon a time celebrity voice actors remained anonymous behind their animated masks. Most of us remember when our minds were blown by the revelation that James Avery, aka Uncle Phil from "Fresh Prince," provided the voice of Shredder on "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles."

Let's take a look at some lesser known, random, and nonsensical voice castings in the superhero universe.

5. Brian Austin Green as The Human Torch ("The Marvel Action Hour: The Fantastic Four", 1994)

Before Chris Evans donned the flame-retardant spandex as Johnny Storm, former teen heartthrob and present day Mr. Megan Fox, Brian Austin Green, was the first person in decades to bring life to The Human Torch. »

- MTV News Team

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