When the Silver Surfer and his surfboard are knocked out of the sky, shattering the board into bricks that are scattered throughout the Marvel Universe, Nick Fury calls in the heroes of the Marvel Universe to retrieve the "cosmic bricks", before villains, like Loki or Magneto, can take them.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tony Stark / Iron Man (voice)
Havok / Nightmare / Shocker / Toad (voice)
Doctor Strange (voice)
The Leader (voice) (as Jeff Combs)
Black Panther / Nick Fury / Power Man (voice) (as John Bentley)


Whilst visiting Earth to herald the arrival of Galactus the Silver Surfer is attacked by Dr Doom, causing his surfboard to be destroyed, scattering pieces all over the world. Desperate to harness this great power Dr Doom assembles a team of villains to collect these pieces. Nick Fury unites the greatest heroes the Marvel universe has to offer to put a stop to Doom's nefarious scheme. Written by Anonymous

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Did You Know?


In one mission in the game, Nick Fury says, "And you will know I am the DJ when I lay my beats down on you!" This is a reference to the Tarantino classic, Pulp Fiction, which featured Samuel L. Jackson (who also plays Nick Fury in the Marvel movies). See more »


When the SHEILD logo stops pinning, and you arrive as Iron man and Dr. Doom. If you fly, without running to the SHEILD turbine you die and respawn underneath the ground of New York and you can fly below the town. See more »


Captain America: Mom's apple pie! We got to save America from the Red Skull!
[pants rip]
The Hulk: Huh? Hulk rip pants.
Captain America: That's why my red, white and blue is form-fitting yet flexible. I love American ingenuity.
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References Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007) See more »


Merry Marvel Marching Society
Music and Lyrics by Jacques Urbont (as Jack Urbont)
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Building fun step-by-step
30 November 2013 | by See all my reviews

I love Lego and Marvel, and if you add the two together, you end up with brick-smashing awesomeness. I wasn't particularly keen on Lego's previous superhero game, Batman 2: DC Superheroes, but I had a lot of faith in this game due to the incredible roster of characters, the immense scale of the hub and the epic story built with action and comedy. I also enjoyed the Lego Lord of the Rings, and Lego City Undercover so Lego games had regained my faith. The detail put into characters such as Iron Man and the Avengers, Spider-Man, Wolverine and the X-men and so many more famous comic book heroes and villains was awesome. They nailed the behaviour of the characters, actions, looks, all perfect. The game also has great voice acting like Nolan North as Deadpool, who is as funny as ever, alongside more great voice actors like Adrian Pasdar, Clark Gregg, Laura Bailey, Roger Craig Smith, Steve Blum, Travis Willingham and so many more great voices. This game proved Deadpool didn't need explicit content to be Deadpool, but most probably the best character is the one, the only, Stan Lee. Lego Marvel is a creative, hilarious and action-packed game with so many surprises in store. Perfect for any True Believer. 10/10.

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