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I'm almost done with the fourth season of Avengers: Assemble. I know that it's fifth season has less episodes than the first four so I should get done with it quicker.

For the longest time I've heard nothing but bad things about all of the Marvel Disney XD cartoons that came out after Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes. Avengers: Assemble is tolerable, but from what a lot have told me there's nothing good about Ultimate Spider-Man and Hulk and the Agents of Smash. From what I saw in that episode of Spidey it looks like Ultimate Spider-Man was trying to do what the original Teen Titans cartoon did with the chibi forms, but didn't do it well. There was also an episode where they mention that SHIELD has a program for training young heroes, and I know that in Ultimate Spider-Man he and some other young heroes are in some kind of superhero school almost. Looks like they don't learn good lessons from what I've been told. I read that Hulk and the Agents of Smash also has fourth wall breaks, and I also read that it's done from the perspective that what Hulk is doing is being filmed on some kind of reality show. The producers of these Marvel cartoons really were not aiming high. 

I also watched through almost the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, and I really wish I had gotten into it sooner. The only ones I haven't seen yet are The Incredible Hulk and Spider-Man: Far From Home. Many have told me that The Incredible Hulk isn't that important anyway since it's a different actor, and it doesn't really have much continuity with the rest of the MCU. With Far From Home I have to find another way to watch it since it isn't on Disney+. Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, and Ant-Man and the Wasp aren't on there yet, but I watched them on Netflix. All three of them will be added to Disney+ throughout this year as the Netflix agreements expire. This whole streaming rights mumbo jumbo is really annoying. The reason The Incredible Hulk and the two Spider-Man films aren't on Disney+ is because Hulk is actually owned by NBCUniversal, and Spider-Man is owned by Sony. I watched Spider-Man: Homecoming by renting it on Amazon Prime. I still have to watch Far From Home though. I know they want to get all of the MCU on Disney+ at some point, but all the legal business has to be settled first. Anyway, the MCU is awesome for the most part, and I am now a fan of it. I got teary eyed at the end of Avengers: Endgame.

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