List of The Super Hero Squad Show episodes

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This is a list of episodes for the TV show The Super Hero Squad Show.

In the opening sequence of the first season, the Hulk picks up an Infinity Fractal, and is transformed by its power into something different every episode. This feature was later removed for the second season. Additionally, each episode's title card is an homage to a classic comic book cover as are some of the episode titles.

Series overview[edit]

Seasons Episodes Season premiere Season finale
1 26 September 14, 2009 February 20, 2010
2 26 October 23, 2010 October 14, 2011

Episodes[edit]

Season 1: 2009–10[edit]

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1 "And Lo... A Pilot Shall Come!" Michael R. Gerard Matt Wayne September 14, 2009 101

The Super Hero Squad fights to keep a fractal away from Doctor Doom when he sends Mole Man, Mole Man's monsters, and Fin Fang Foom to attack Super Hero City. Meanwhile, Mole Man incorporates the fractal into his stick, resulting in superspeed & mind control powers. Villains: Doctor Doom, Mole Man and Fin Fang Foom.

Hulk's Transformation: Baby Hulk

First Appearance: Iron Man, Ms. Marvel, Mayor of Superhero City, Captain America, Wolverine, Hulk, Falcon, Redwing, Silver Surfer, Thor, Doctor Doom, Mole Man, Storm, Fin Fang Foom, Megataur, Tricephalous, Manoo, Fantastic Four (Mister Fantastic, Invisible Woman, Human Torch, Thing), Abomination, Colossus, Kitty Pryde, Luke Cage, Moloids.

Referenced: Beast, Cyclops

Title card's issue homage: Fantastic Four #1
2 "This Silver, This Surfer!" Michael R. Gerard Mark Hoffmeier September 26, 2009 103

The squad gets frustrated when Silver Surfer cannot get the hang of Earth customs. Doctor Doom sends Abomination and MODOK to capture the Silver Surfer in order to siphon his cosmic power. The Super Hero Squad and the Thing set out to save him while Doom uses the siphoned Power Cosmic to meld his various fractals together into a Fractal Dagger. Villains: Doctor Doom, Abomination and MODOK.

Hulk's Transformation: MODOK

First Appearances: MODOK

Referenced: Galactus

Title card's issue homage: Fantastic Four #50
3 "Hulk Talk Smack!" Patty Shinagawa Eugene Son October 3, 2009 104

During a chaotic battle with Klaw & Screaming Mimi, a fractal's cosmic power turns the Hulk into the Gray Hulk. His new form makes him a super smart guy who does not like to fight, and thinks that the Super Hero Squad is childish. To redeem themselves, Klaw and Screaming Mimi rendezvous with Melter and Toad to find a fractal at the local reservoir. Villains: Klaw, Screaming Mimi, Melter and Toad.

Hulk's Transformation: Grey Hulk

First Appearance: Wasp, Klaw, Screaming Mimi, Toad, Melter, Damage Control

Referenced: Amadeus Cho

Film References: X-Men - Silver Surfer says; "So that's what happens to a toad when it is hit by lighting. What a let down." After Thor uses his hammer to knock Toad unconscious.

Title card's issue homage: The Incredible Hulk #1
4 "To Err is Superhuman!" Michael R. Gerard James Krieg September 14, 2009 102

Wolverine is assigned to train Reptil (a hero trainee with an amulet that can turn any part of his body into that of any dinosaur) at the time when Doctor Doom sends Abomination and the Wrecking Crew to get the latest fractal. Villains: Doctor Doom, Abomination and The Wrecking Crew.

Hulk's Transformation: Joe Fixit

First Appearance: Reptil, Hawkeye, Wrecking Crew (Wrecker, Thunderball, Piledriver, Bulldozer), Doombots

Referenced: Mister Sinister

Notes: This episode aired along with episode one on the show's premiere date.

Title card's issue homage: Thor #148
5 "Enter: Dormammu!" Patty Shinagawa Charlotte Fullerton October 10, 2009 105

Supernatural wackiness is turning Super Hero City upside down during the Super Hero Squad's fight with Sabretooth and Juggernaut. The Super Hero Squad seek the help of Doctor Strange (who is not acting like himself lately). Doctor Strange opens a portal to the Dark Dimension enabling Dormammu to enter and seek the fractals stored at the Vault and in Villainville. Villains: Sabretooth, Juggernaut and Dormammu.

Hulk's Transformation: Mecha-Hulk

First Appearance: Doctor Strange, Dormammu, Mindless Ones, Sabretooth, Wong, Juggernaut

Referenced: Enchantress

Title card's issue homage: Strange Tales #122
6 "A Brat Walks Among Us!" Michael R. Gerard Michael Ryan October 17, 2009 106

A bratty 3-year-old named Brynnie Bratton decides to hire the Heroes for Hire (consisting of Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and Misty Knight) to help her find her father, but is also wearing a tiara with a fractal making her invincible. The heroes and villains must put up with her superpower temper-tantrums while Falcon helps Heroes for Hire track down Brynnie's father and bring her under control. Villain: Brynnie Braton

Hulk's Transformation: Wolverine-Hulk

First Appearance: Iron Fist, Misty Knight, Pyro, Whirlwind, Zzzax, Brynnie Bratton

Title card's issue homage: Power Man and Iron Fist #50
7 "Oh Brother!" Michael R. Gerard Nicole Dubuc January 2, 2010 120

Loki convinces Doctor Doom to invade Asgard with Loki's army and persuades him to let him borrow Abomination, MODOK, Klaw, Melter, and Sabertooth into helping him. Sif gets Thor with the help of Falcon, Reptil and Wolverine to help fight the Lethal Legion. Meanwhile, Iron Man, Hulk, and Silver Surfer try to break into Villainville to steal all of Doctor Doom's fractals. Villains: Loki and Doctor Doom.

Hulk's Transformation: Bruce Banner

First Appearance: Loki, Heimdall, Sif, Fandral, Hogun, Volstagg

Title Card Issue Homage: The Aveners #1
8 "From the Atom... It Rises!" Patty Shinagawa Mark Hoffmeier October 20, 2009 107

When Scorpio tries to steal top secret Stark Tech, the Super Hero Squad team try to figure out Scorpio's plot. What neither they nor Doctor Doom, MODOK, Abomination, and even Mole Man know yet is that Scorpio is actually Nick Fury in disguise. Villain: Scorpio.

Hulk's Transformation: Vision

First Appearance: Nick Fury, Scorpio (Actually Nick Fury in a Disguise)

Referenced: HYDRA

Title card's issue homage: Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. #1

Triva: Iron Man's word-for-word memory of one of Nick Fury's adventures is an exact replica of the climax to The Spy Who Loved Me.
9 "Night in the Sanctorum!" Michael R. Gerard John Rozum October 21, 2009 108

Enchantress uses her magic to crash the Helicarrier into the Great Wall near Villainville and Ms. Marvel blames Falcon as he was driving it at the time. After attempts to bunk in at Stark Industries, Punisher's van, and Reptil's house, the Super Hero Squad try to bunk at the Sanctum Sanctorum where Doctor Strange warns them that there is a magic threat responsible for their misfortunes. Villain: Enchantress.

Hulk's Transformation: Saturday Night Fever Hulk

First Appearances: Baron Mordo, Enchantress, Punisher, Texas Twister (as a picture), Lockheed (as a picture)

Referenced: Brother Voodoo, Inhumans, Molecule Man, She-Hulk, Shuma-Gorath, Ant-Man, Loki, Odin

Title card's issue homage: Strange Tales #150

Animation Error: Reptil already had a place to stay (his house) yet he was amongst the other squaddies during their arrival at the Sanctorum. After the squaddies got kicked out, Reptil was not seen during the rest of this episode.
10 "This Forest Green!" Patty Shinagawa Atul Rao October 22, 2009 109

When MODOK and Abomination botched up another fractal retrieval mission, Doctor Doom pairs them up with Egghead to infiltrate the Helicarrier in micro-size. When Ant-Man is called in to help, it is a micro-sized, all-out battle for the fractal. Villains: MODOK, Abomination, Doctor Doom and Egghead.

Hulk Transformation: Simpson Hulk.

First Appearances: Ant-Man, Egghead

Referenced: Mad Thinker, Quicksilver, Whizzer, Northstar, Joe Fixit

Title card's issue homage: Tales to Astonish #35
11 "O, Captain, My Captain!" Michael R. Gerard Nicole Dubuc October 23, 2009 110

When he is tired of all he can take with the Super Hero Squad, Wolverine joins up with the international All-Captains Squad (consisting of Captain America, Captain Australia, Captain Brazil, Captain Britain, and Captain Liechtenstein) as Captain Canada where he helps them fight Plantman in the Amazon. Meanwhile, the rest of the Super Hero Squad have an embarrassing encounter at Ringmaster's circus when Doctor Doom sends Abomination and MODOK to recruit Ringmaster. Villains: Plantman, Doctor Doom, Abomination and MODOK.

Hulk Transformation: Baby Hulk

First Appearances: Captain Australia, Captain Brazil, Captain Britain, Captain Liechtenstein, Plantman, Ringmaster

Referenced: Red Skull

Title card's issue homage: Giant-Size X-Men #1

Note: Even though Falcon does appear near the ending, he does not speak.
12 "If This Be My Thanos!" Patty Shinagawa Eugene Son October 24, 2009 111

With some of the members on vacation, Iron Man, Thor and Hulk help out the Fantastic Four when Super-Skrull and his fellow Skrulls invade Super Hero City. Meanwhile, Thanos and Doctor Doom form an alliance in order to obtain a specific artifact from the Baxter Building. While the Fantastic Four and the other Super Hero Squad members are fighting the Skrulls, Falcon and H.E.R.B.I.E. defend the Baxter Building from Abomination, MODOK, and Trapster. Villains: Super-Skrull, Thanos, Doctor Doom, Abomination, MODOK and Trapster.

Hulk's Transformation: Gray Hulk

First Appearances: H.E.R.B.I.E., The Skrulls, Super-Skrull, Paste Pot Pete, Thanos (Actually a Skrull Con Man in disguise)

Referenced: Uatu the Watcher, Yancy Street Gang

Real Life References: Don Heck

Internet Parodies: Facebook (Maskbook)

Title card's issue hommage: Fantastic Four #18

Note: Even though the Silver Surfer appears in the beginning and is panting, he does not talk.
13 "Deadly Is The Black Widow's Bite!" Michael R. Gerard Story: Charlotte Fullerton, Teleplay: Eugene Son October 31, 2009 112

Black Widow joins the Super Hero Squad and shows that she can hold her ground against Abomination, MODOK, and Screaming Mimi. Unbeknownst to them, she is really Mystique in disguise sent by Doctor Doom to steal the Infinity Fractals. When Mystique (alongside Abomination, Klaw, MODOK, and Toad) nearly gets the Infinity Fractals held at the Vault, the Super Hero Squad get an unlikely assistance from S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Songbird (who had been undercover as Screaming Mimi all along). Villains: Abomination, MODOK, Mystique, Doctor Doom, Klaw and Toad.

Hulk's Transformation: MODOH (Mental Organism designed only for Hulking)

First Appearances: Black Widow, Mystique, Songbird

Referenced: Dire Wraith, Impossible Man

Fictional References: Rocky & Bullwinkle

Title card's issue homage: Tales of Suspense #53
14 "Tremble at the Might of... M.O.D.O.K.!" Patty Shinagawa Mark Hoffmeier November 7, 2009 113

MODOK and Loki conspire to overthrow Doctor Doom and take his place as leader of his allied villain group after MODOK eats one of the fractals. In order to stop MODOK and Loki, the Super Hero Squad and Storm must team up with Black Panther and an unlikely ally... Doctor Doom. Villains: MODOK and Loki.

Hulk's Transformation: Joe Fixit

First Appearances: Black Panther, Impossible Man, Leader, Tana Nile, Uatu the Watcher

Catchphrase references: Bugs Bunny

Title card's issue homage: The Avengers #118
15 "Mental Organism Designed Only for Kisses!" Michael R. Gerard Matt Wayne November 14, 2009 114

Enchantress uses a spell in order to make Thor fall in love with her. Instead it backfires causing Ms. Marvel to fall in love with MODOK. This causes S.H.I.E.L.D. to have Hawkeye take out Ms. Marvel before MODOK brings her to Doctor Doom's side. At the same time, Executioner plans to defeat Thor in order to get Enchantress to love him. Also, Thor falls in love with Valkyrie. Villains: Enchantress, MODOK, Doctor Doom and Executioner.

Hulk's Transformation: Hulk Bot

First Appearances: Executioner, Odin (Mystical Hologram), Valkyrie

Referenced: Frigga

Title card's issue homage: The Avengers #7

Note: When Hulk turns on the TV when Hawkeye comes, you can hear SpongeBob laughing. Tom Kenny, the voice of Iron Man, also did the voice of SpongeBob.
16 "Invader From the Dark Dimension!" Patty Shinagawa Mark Hoffmeier November 21, 2009 115

When Baron Mordo possesses Iron Man turning him into the Iron Menace and escapes from the Dark Dimension, he plans to take over Super Hero City and Villainville. When Wolverine, Falcon, Redwing and Abomination end up under Baron Mordo/Iron Man's control, Hulk, Silver Surfer, and Thor must team up with Doctor Strange and Valkyrie to form a team of Defenders and stop Baron Mordo's evil plot. Doctor Doom and MODOK reluctantly help them when Iron Menace takes control of Abomination. Villains: Baron Mordo, Iron Menace and Abomination.

Hulk's Transformation: Wolverine-Hulk

Film References: The Wizard of Oz

Title card's issue homage: The Defenders v1 #2
17 "Tales of Suspense!" Patty Shinagawa Eugene Son December 5, 2009 116

War Machine teams up with Iron Man when Doctor Doom, Crimson Dynamo, and Melter band together in a plot to eliminate Iron Man. Meanwhile, Wolverine and Reptil face off against Abomination and MODOK in a game of golf. Villains: Doctor Doom, Crimson Dynamo, Melter, Abomination and MODOK.

Hulk's Transformation: Bruce Banner

First Appearances: Crimson Dynamo, War Machine

Referenced: Devil Dinosaur & Moon-Boy, Forbush Man, Illuminati, Initiative, Magneto, Mandarin, Squirrel Girl, Titanium Man, She-Hulk

Film References: Rocky IV, Beaches, Caddyshack

Internet Parodies: Facebook (Maskbook)

Title Card Issue Homage: Tales of Suspense #39

Trivia: When Iron Man was fighting War Machine, he mentions Reading Rainbow which LeVar Burton hosted. LeVar Burton voiced the War Machine in the episode.
18 "Stranger From a Savage Land!" Michael R. Gerard John Rozum December 12, 2009 117

When a smilodon is brought to Super Hero City from the Savage Land, a mysterious jungle lord named Ka-Zar shows up stating that the smilodon is actually his companion Zabu. When the Super Hero Squad encounter Ka-Zar, they learn of his mission and help him rescue Zabu. Meanwhile, Doctor Doom sees the Star Quartz (which will bind and merge any metal in the presence of Vibranium) around Zabu's neck and sends Toad, Thunderball, Sabretooth, and Batroc the Leaper to steal Zabu in a plot to reforge the Infinity Sword. Villains: Doctor Doom, Toad, Thunderball, Sabretooth, and Batroc.

Hulk's Transformation: Vision

First Appearance: Ka-Zar, Zabu, Batroc the Leaper

Title Card Issue Homage: X-Men #10
19 "Mysterious Mayhem at Mutant High!" Michael R. Gerard James Krieg December 19, 2009 118

Captain America sends Wolverine back to Xavier Academy to get his diploma and finish his remaining credits. Reptil tags along to see what Xavier Academy is like and meet the X-Men. To make matters worse, Ringmaster shows up and hypnotizes the entire X-Men team in order to find an Infinity Fractal for Doctor Doom. Villains: Ringmaster, The Hypnotized X-Men and Doctor Doom.

Hulk's Transformation: Saturday Night Fever Hulk

First Appearance: X-Men (Cyclops, Iceman, Jean Grey (as Phoniex and Marvel Girl), Lockheed, Professor X Shadowcat (Kitty Pryde))

Referenced: Shi'ar

Title Card Issue Homage: X-Men v2 #1
20 "Election of Evil!" Patty Shinagawa Tad Stones December 26, 2009 119

The Mayor's re-election bid goes awry when Egghead wins by a landslide (thanks to a little mass mind-control). But his reign at city hall makes life in Super Hero City a bureaucratic nightmare for heroes and villains alike. Wolverine and the Mayor are up against every hero and villain in a desperate attempt to free everyone from Egghead's control and stop the villains' planned invasion. Villain: Egghead.

Hulk Transformation: Simpson Hulk.

Referenced: Spider-Man

Catchphrase references: Uncle Ben

Title Card Issue Homage: Iron Man #128

Triva: Egghead's Commercial is inspired by the Famous Shamwow! Commercial.
21 "Hexed, Vexed and Perplexed!" Michael R. Gerard Nicole Dubuc January 9, 2010 121

Magneto is in town with his children Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch who he brought into helping him in a sinister plot to steal the Infinity Fractals at the Vault for Doctor Doom. During the first fight, Falcon develops a crush on Scarlet Witch after she heals Redwing. Villains: Magneto, Quicksilver and Doctor Doom.

Hulk's Transformation: Simpsons Hulk

First Appearances: Magneto, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch

Real Life References: Jack Kirby

Title card's issue homage: X-Men #1
22 "The Ice Melt Cometh!" Patty Shinagawa Michael Ryan January 23, 2010 122

Doctor Doom sends his "Team Toxic" (consisting of Pyro Trapster and Zzzax) out to the North Pole. His plan is to have them construct the super-spinner machine in order to spin the Earth enough to send Super Hero City into a space device built by Doctor Doom in his latest plot to get the Infinity Fractals only for Team Toxic to run afoul of Iron Man, Thor, and Wolverine. While Flatman and Reptil lecture about the polar ice caps, the world starts flooding after Trapster sets off their super-spinner machine's self-destruct sequence causing damage to the polar ice caps. Now Iron Man must convince Iceman to help save the day. Villains: Doctor Doom, Pyro Trapster and Zzzax.

Hulk's Transformation: Grey Hulk

First Appearances: Flatman

Title card's issue homage: X-Men #18
23 "Wrath of the Red Skull!" Michael R. Gerard Mark Hoffmeier January 30, 2010 123

It's Captain America's birthday and all he wants to do is celebrate it with his fellow Super Hero Squad members and Nick Fury. In order to show his minions what real villainy is like, Doctor Doom thaws out the WWII villain Red Skull. Captain America is not pleased to find his old enemy up to his old tricks while Doctor Doom is not thrilled about Red Skull's enormous ego. Villains: Doctor Doom and Red Skull.

Hulk's Transformation: MODOH (Mental Organism Designed Only for Hulking)

First Appearances: Red Skull, Arnim Zola, Howling Commandos (Dum Dum Dugan, Gabe Jones, Izzy Cohen)

Title card's issue homage: Captain America #100
24 "Mother of Doom!" Patty Shinagawa Eugene Son February 6, 2010 124

Doctor Doom conquers Chthon's mystical dimension to free his mother Cynthia Von Doom (who changed her name to "Coco" because "Cynthia" is too drab). Though Doom ends up with Chthon's evil powers, he also finds himself dealing with his mother's monstrous nagging. Chthon comes to the Super Hero Squad and Doctor Strange for help. Meanwhile, Odin wants Thor to return to Asgard and orders him to handle his last-minute stuff on Earth before his time is up. Villain: Doctor Doom.

Hulk's Transformation: Joe Fixit

First Appearances: Chthon, Cynthia Von Doom, Galactus' Mom, Old Morgan Le Fay

Referenced: Unus the Untouchable

Real Life References: Don Heck

Internet Parodies: Facebook (Maskbook)

Title card's issue homage: The Avengers #187
25 "Last Exit Before Doomsday!" Michael R. Gerard Matt Wayne February 13, 2010 125

Silver Surfer's past as Galactus' herald is revealed as he encounters another herald, Stardust. But Doctor Doom has plans of his own for Stardust and her big boss. Villains: Stardust, Doctor Doom and Stardust's boss.

Hulk's Transformation: Mecha-Hulk

First Appearances: Galactus, Heralds of Galactus (Firelord, Stardust, Terrax)

Title card's issue homage Fantastic Four #49
26 "This Al Dente Earth!" Patty Shinagawa Matt Wayne February 20, 2010 126

Galactus arrives in Super Hero City to devour the Earth! The fate of the planet hangs in the balance, but all of the city's heroes are powerless before Galactus. Now the Super Hero Squad must convince Doctor Doom to help reforge the Infinity Sword to help defeat Galactus. They finally do make it, but Silver Surfer is the only one who can wield it with his Power Cosmic. Reptil gives up his Dinosaur powers (which were caused by a fossilized fractal), and the Silver Surfer becomes Galactus' herald again. Villain: Galactus.

Hulk's Transformation: Wolverine-Hulk

First Appearances: Thanos (the real one), Phil Sheldon from "Marvels"

Title card's issue homage: Fantastic Four #243

Season 2: 2010–11[edit]

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27 "Another Order of Evil, Part 1!"[1] Michael R. Gerard Matt Wayne October 23, 2010 (2010-10-23)[2] 201

When Captain Marvel goes missing during a peace conference between the Kree and the Skrull, Ms. Marvel forces the Super Hero Squad to come together again to get to the bottom of this, unaware that Thanos is behind this. Meanwhile, Doctor Doom plans a prison break with Wrecker and Thunderball.

First Appearances: Captain Marvel, Anelle, Kree, S.H.I.E.L.D. Bots

Title card's issue homage: The Avengers #92
28 "Another Order of Evil, Part 2!"[3] Patty Shinagawa Matt Wayne October 23, 2010 (2010-10-23)[2] 202

After the Super Hero Squad gets imprisoned by the Skrulls, Falcon's trump card, in the form of Scarlet Witch, is the only hope to stop the war between the Kree and the Skrull and to defeat Thanos and his Soul Gem.

First Appearances: Adam Warlock (as an Infinity Gem)

Title card's issue homage: The Avengers #125
29 "World War Witch!"[2] Michael R. Gerard Nicole Dubuc October 30, 2010 (2010-10-30)[2] 205

A mishap between Thanos' new Time Gem and the Scarlet Witch's hex powers sends her back to World War II, where she must assist Captain America and the Invaders stop Red Skull from launching a rocket that will destroy Europe.

First Appearances: Invaders (Bucky, Human Torch, Toro), Ego the Living Planet

Referenced: Cosmic Egg

Title card's issue homage: All Winners #19
30 "Villainy Redux Syndrome!" Patty Shinagawa Mark Hoffmeier November 6, 2010 204

Slowly going insane in prison, Doctor Doom leads an escape plan where he distracts the Super Hero Squad using a Fin Fang Foom balloon and must lead his former allies (and two new ones) to escape from the grasp of Captain America and Ms. Marvel.

First Appearances: Molecule Man, Volcana

Real Life References: Joe Quesada

Film References: The Great Escape

Title card's issue homage: Fantastic Four #200
31 "Support Your Local Sky-Father!" Patty Shinagawa Eugene Son November 13, 2010 203

Jealous of the actions of Thor on Earth, Greek god Zeus challenges Odin to a battle between the god of Thunder and his son Hercules. Reptil sneaks along to help Thor out. Meanwhile, the Mayor of Super Hero City sends Invisible Woman to secretly broadcast the challenge for all of Super Hero City to see.

First Appearances: Hercules, Zeus, Power Pack (Alex Power, Julie Power, Jack Power, and Katie Power), Franklin Richards, Odin (Full appearance)

Referenced: Krakoa

Film Reference: The Birds

Internet Parodies: YouTube (WhoTube)

Title card's issue homage: Thor #126
32 "Whom Continuity Would Destroy!" Michael R. Gerard Matt Wayne, Teleplay by Stan Berkowitz November 20, 2010 206

Thanos recruits Iron Man, Hulk, and the Scarlet Witch for a match against the Squadron Supreme of another dimension in a battle of heroes for the Grandmaster's Mind Gem.

First Appearances: Squadron Supreme (Nighthawk, Hyperion, Power Princess), Grandmaster

Title card's issue homage: The Avengers #70
33 "Double Negation at the World's End!" Patty Shinagawa Eugene Son November 27, 2010 207

After stealing the Space Gem from Thanos, Nebula seizes the teleporter of the Helicarrier to get away, but sucks herself, as well as H.E.R.B.I.E. and Wolverine, into the Negative Zone where Annihilus attacks them thinking they are after his Cosmic Control Rod.

First Appearances: Annihilus, Nebula, Firestar (as a picture)

Referenced: Death, X-23

Title card's issue homage: Fantastic Four #109

Trivia: The Iron Man from The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes made a cameo appearance when Iron Man and Falcon travel to the Negative Zone.
34 "Alienating with the Surfer!" Michael R. Gerard Mark Hoffmeier January 8, 2011 208

With Galactus attempting to eat the Skrull Throneworld and the Silver Surfer nowhere to be found, the Squad must hold off the devourer while finding their ally. Silver Surfer (who is slowly being corrupted by the Infinity Sword) turns out to have delayed Ronan the Accuser from coming to the Skrull Throneworld's aid.

First Appearances: Ronan the Accuser, Dro'ge

Title card's issue homage: Fantastic Four #74
35 "Blind Rage Knows No Color!" Michael R. Gerard Jim Kreig January 15, 2011 209

Thanos uses the Mind Gem to control Hulk who goes on a sleepwalking rampage. The Super Hero Squad must enter the dream realm to fight back, even if they have to get help from Nightmare.

First Appearances: Nightmare, Alicia Masters

Title card's issue homage: Fantastic Four #25
36 "Lo, How the Mighty Hath Abdicated!" Patty Shinagawa Charlotte Fullerton January 22, 2011 210

Enchantress places a love spell on Odin in an attempt to become queen of Asgard, but a forgotten rule forces him from the throne and makes his son Thor king instead, which both she and Loki try to take advantage of. Meanwhile, Magneto and Quicksilver discover Wanda joining with the Super Hero Squad and hitch a ride to try and take her back from them.

First Appearances: Balder, Frigga

Title card's issue homage: Journey Into Mystery #103
37 "So Pretty When They Explode!" Michael R. Gerard Len Wein January 29, 2011 211

Thanos destroys the Nova Corp and takes Nova captive in order to get his hands on the Power Gem, leading Iron Man to recruit Hercules and She-Hulk to rescue him. Meanwhile, H.E.R.B.I.E. falls for Nova's messenger droid named Holoball.

First Appearances: Nova, She-Hulk, Ultron, Holoball, Thanos-Bots

Film Reference: Star Wars

Title card's issue homage: Nova #1
38 "Too Many Wolverines!" Patty Shinagawa Eugene Son February 5, 2011 212

An army of Wolverine clones invade Super Hero City forcing the real Wolverine and Reptil to get to the source with help of Firestar. Outside of the other Super Hero Squad members rounding up the Wolverine clones, Reptil is unaware that his science fair partner and Firestar are the same person. It soon turns out that Egghead is responsible for the Wolverine clones.

First Appearances: Firestar (as Angelica), Amadeus Cho, X-23

Title card's issue homage: Wolverine #1

Note: This episode has many direct references to the 1980s Marvel cartoon Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends including an opening narration by Stan Lee (in his Mayor character), an Australian Wolverine clone, and the use of Firestar.
39 "Pedicure and Facial of Doom!" Patty Shinagawa Richard Pursel February 12, 2011 213

Doctor Doom returns to Latveria in hopes to regroup, but discovers that his mother Cynthia "Coco" Von Doom is free from captivity, has brainwashed her captor Chthon, and has turned his castle into a day-spa trap that has ensnared the Super Hero Squad!

First Appearances: Hotel Employee Doombots

Title card's issue homage: Fantastic Four #84
40 "Fate of Destiny!" Michael R. Gerard Matt Wayne, Teleplay by Stan Berkowitz February 19, 2011 214

Thanos completes his Infinity Stone collection and the Super Hero Squad faces him in a final showdown for the fate of the universe. However, when requesting backup from one of their own, they encounter a betrayal that changes everything.

Note: In this episode, it is revealed that Adam Warlock was the imprisoned person in the Soul gem.

First Appearances: Adam Warlock, Dark Surfer

Title card's issue homage: Silver Surfer v2 #34

Note:Subsequent episodes have only been available on iTunes or, in Canada, Teletoon. In Australia this is the last episode of Series 2. Series 2 is Australia's Season 2.
41 "The Ballad of Beta Ray Bill!
(Six Against Infinity, Part 1)"[4]
Patty Shinagawa Nicole Dubuc July 23, 2011[5] 215

After being thrown into a portal by Dark Surfer, Thor befriends a Korbonite janitor named Beta Ray Bill, and must give up Mjölnir in order to prove that he has excellent fighting skills.

First Appearances: Beta Ray Bill, Stranger

Title card's issue homage: Thor #337
42 "Days, Nights, and Weekends of Future Past!
(Six Against Infinity, Part 2)"[4]
Michael R. Gerard Eugene Son July 23, 2011[5] 216

After being thrown into a portal by Dark Surfer, Falcon and H.E.R.B.I.E. find themselves in an alternate reality where Scarlet Witch is an evil emperor who rules the world. With help from an elderly Magneto and a strong Reptil, Falcon and H.E.R.B.I.E. try to convince Scarlet Witch that she is good and let the world be in peace.

First Appearances: Sentinels

Title card's issue homage: X-Men #141

Referenced: Squirrel Girl
43 "This Man-Thing, This Monster!
(Six Against Infinity, Part 3)"[4]
Patty Shinagawa John Rozum October 3, 2011[6] 217

After being thrown into a portal by Dark Surfer, a powerless Iron Man finds himself stranded on a world of monsters. There he meets Man-Thing and Werewolf by Night and battles Dracula and a gang of mummies led by N'Kantu, the Living Mummy.

First Appearances: Man-Thing, Werewolf by Night/Jack Russell, Dracula, N'Kantu, the Living Mummy, Doc Samson, Ellen

Title card's issue homage: Tomb of Dracula #1
44 "The Devil Dinosaur You Say!
(Six Against Infinity, Part 4)"[4]
Michael R. Gerard Eugene Son October 4, 2011[6] 218

After being thrown into a portal by Dark Surfer, Wolverine winds up on a world populated mainly by dinosaurs and encounters the High Evolutionary who asks him to help with a particular dinosaur named Devil Dinosaur in exchange for helping to get Wolverine back to Earth. Meanwhile, the Mayor's attempt to negotiate with the Dark Surfer makes things worse for Earth in the SHS' absence.

First Appearances: Moon-Boy, Devil Dinosaur, High Evolutionary

Catchphrase references: Daffy Duck

Title card's issue homage: Devil Dinosaur #1
45 "Planet Hulk!
(Six Against Infinity, Part 5)"[4]
Patty Shinagawa Jimmy Palmiotti October 5, 2011[6] 219

After being thrown into a portal by Dark Surfer, Hulk ends up on Sakaar and he is captured by the Red King for gladiator-themed tournament games. In order to be free of the Red King's cruelty, Hulk teams up with two other gladiators named Miek and Korg. (Based of the comic series Planet HULK)

First Appearances: Red King, Miek, Korg

Title card's issue homage: The Incredible Hulk #3
46 "1602!
(Six Against Infinity, Part 6)"[4]
Michael R. Gerard Eugene Son October 6, 2011[6] 220

After being thrown into a portal by Dark Surfer, Scarlet Witch ends up in the Marvel 1602 universe where she finds a town under attack by pirate versions of Doctor Doom, MODOK, and Abomination. Unfortunately for Scarlet Witch, the townspeople do not appreciate witches.

Title card's issue homage: The Avengers #104
47 "Brouhaha at the World’s Bottom!"[7] Patty Shinagawa Stan Berkowitz October 7, 2011[6] 221

As Mister Fantastic and Ms. Marvel make a desperate attempt to rescue the Squaddies from their extra-dimensional exile, the evil HYDRA besieges their distant Antarctic outpost.

First Appearances: HYDRA, Baron Strucker

Title card's issue homage: The Amazing Spider-Man #103
48 "Missing: Impossible!"[7] Michael R. Gerard Tom Kenny & Eugene Son October 10, 2011[6] 222

When the Impossible Man’s wife kicks him out, the irrepressible funster ends up crashing with the Super Hero Squad. But to save his marriage, Impossible Man attempts to do something no one else has been able to do – defeat the Dark Surfer.

First Appearances: Impossible Man, Impossible Woman

Title card's issue homage: Fantastic Four #11
49 "Revenge of the Baby Sat!"[7] Patty Shinagawa Eugene Son October 11, 2011[6] 223

The Super Hero Squad suffers a time mishap that transforms several of the Squaddies into toddlers! It’s up to the unaffected heroes to find a way to fix the Super Hero Toddlers before they are stuck that way forever.

First Appearances: Space Phantom

NOTE: The title is a reference to a Calvin and Hobbes book entitled Revenge of the Baby Sat.

Title card's issue homage: X-Men Annual #10 (itself based on Giant-Size X-Men #1)
50 "Soul Stone Picnic!"[7] Michael R. Gerard Charlotte Fullerton October 12, 2011[6] 224

Ms. Marvel leads the Squaddies on a mission to rescue her namesake Captain Marvel from the Dark Surfer. But when the fight traps the Squaddies in the Soul Stone, it’s Captain Marvel who performs the ultimate sacrifice.

Title card's issue homage: Ms. Marvel #1
51 "When Strikes the Surfer!"[4] Patty Shinagawa Stan Berkowitz October 13, 2011[6] 225

As the Dark Surfer prepares to end the universe, Ms. Marvel reveals a secret that could finally bring down the Infinity Gauntlet! Meanwhile, Doctor Doom prepares one final measure to try and stop the Dark Surfer with his own villainous team.

Title card's issue homage: The Infinity Gauntlet #6
52 "The Final Battle! ('Nuff Said!)"[4] Michael R. Gerard Nicole Dubuc October 14, 2011[6] 226

The Six Squaddies must each face the Dark Surfer one on one, in a final battle for the fate of reality that takes them to the edge of the universe-and a last stand at the cosmic Infinity Pool that brings everything full circle!

Title card's issue homage: The Infinity Gauntlet #1

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