A mysterious black hole opens up above New Stellac City, and the Heroes go to investigate. Upon arrival, not only do almost all the villains show up they've met so far, but their worst enemy, Von Nebula also looms over them.

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Charlie Adler ... Corroder (as Charles Adler)
Jeff Bennett ... XPlode (voice)
Jason Canning ... Julius Nex
Jennifer Coolidge ... Reporter
Christopher B. Duncan ... Dunkan Bulk
Mark Hamill ... Von Nebula / Von Ness
Bryton James ... Mark Surge
Jean Louisa Kelly ... Natalie Breez / Operator
Eric Christian Olsen ... William Furno
John Schneider ... Preston Stormer
Stephen Stanton ... Jimi Stringer
Joel Swetow ... Meltdown
Fred Tatasciore ... Thunder (voice)
Henry Winkler ... Professor Nathaniel Zib
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After receiving reports that a small black hole has opened up above New Stellac City, at the site of the betrayal of the ex-hero Von Ness, Preston Stormer immediately figures out who is behind it. The three members of the Alpha Team arrive on the scene, but to their surprise, they are greeted by four of the most dangerous villains: XPlode, Corroder, Meltdown, and Thunder. Back in the Hero Factory, Prof. Zib and the rookie team watch in horror how quickly the bad guys gain the upper hand, and it looks like their friends are goners. Grabbing a supply of newly invented gadgets, they rush off to aid them. On the scene, Stormer decides to investigate the mystery of the black hole himself, but the up-and-coming rookie William Furno joins him. The rest of the heroes, Dunkan Bulk, Jimi Stringer, Natalie Breez, and Mark Surge are left to deal with the rest of the villains on their own, as the black hole sucks their weapons away. They remain hidden until the villains' ammo has depleted, after ... Written by Vihktor-24

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23 September 2010 (USA) See more »

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The gravitational pull of the black hole is so intense that it sucks out the weapons of the Heroes' hands, yet when they are inside the hole, they can freely jump around from wall to wall, without the black hole's center pulling them deeper. In fact the physics of the black hole seemingly change from scene to scene. See more »

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