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Episodes

Season 1

  1. The Avengers Protocol, Part 1
  2. The Avengers Protocol, Part 2
  3. Ghost of a Chance
  4. The Serpent of Doom
  5. Blood Feud
  6. Super Adaptoid
  7. Hyperion
  8. Molecule Kid
  9. Depth Charge
  10. The Doomstroyer
  11. Hulked Out Heroes
  12. Avengers: Impossible!
  13. In Deep
  14. Hulk's Day Out
  15. Planet Doom
  16. Bring on the Bad Guys
  17. Savages
  18. Mojoworld
  19. The Ambassador
  20. All Father's Day
  21. By the Numbers
  22. Guardians & Space Knights
  23. One Little Thing
  24. Crime and Circuses
  25. Exodus
  26. The Final Showdown

Season 2

  1. The Arsenal
  2. Thanos Rising
  3. Valhalla Can Wait
  4. Ghosts of the Past
  5. Beneath the Surface
  6. Nighthawk
  7. The Age of Tony Stark
  8. Head to Head
  9. The Dark Avengers
  10. Back to the Learning Hall
  11. Downgraded
  12. Widow's Run
  13. Thanos Triumphant
  14. Crack in the System
  15. Avengers Disassembled
  16. Small Time Heroes
  17. Secret Avengers
  18. The Ultron Outbreak
  19. The New Guy
  20. Terminal Velocity
  21. Spectrums
  22. Midgard Crisis
  23. Avengers' Last Stand
  24. Avengers Underground
  25. New Frontiers
  26. Avengers World

Season 3

  1. Adapting to Change
  2. The Ultimates
  3. Saving Captain Rogers
  4. Under Siege
  5. The Thunderbolts
  6. Thunderbolts Revealed
  7. Into the Dark Dimension
  8. Dehulked
  9. Inhumans Among Us
  10. The Inhuman Condition
  11. The Kids Are Alright
  12. The Conqueror
  13. Into the Future
  14. Seeing Double
  15. A Friend in Need
  16. Captain Marvel
  17. Panther's Rage
  18. Ant-Man Makes It Big
  19. The House of Zemo
  20. U-Foes
  21. Building the Perfect Weapon
  22. World War Hulk
  23. Civil War, Part 1: The Fall of Attilan
  24. Civil War, Part 2: The Mighty Avengers
  25. Civil War, Part 3: The Drums of War
  26. Civil War, Part 4: Avengers Revolution

Season 4

  1. Avengers No More, Part 1
  2. Avengers No More, Part 2
  3. The Sleeper Awakens
  4. Prison Break
  5. The Incredible Herc
  6. Show Your Work
  7. Sneakers
  8. Why I Hate Halloween
  9. The Once and Future Kang
  10. Dimension Z
  11. The Most Dangerous Hunt
  12. Under the Spell of the Enchantress
  13. The Return
  14. New Year’s Resolution
  15. The Eye of Agamotto, Part 1
  16. The Eye of Agamotto, Part 2
  17. Beyond
  18. Underworld
  19. The Immortal Weapon
  20. The Vibranium Coast
  21. Weirdworld
  22. Westland
  23. The Citadel
  24. The Wastelands
  25. All Things Must End

Season 5

  1. Shadow of Atlantis, Part 1
  2. Shadow of Atlantis, Part 2
  3. Into the Deep
  4. The Panther and The Wolf
  5. The Zemo Sanction
  6. Mists of Attilan
  7. T'Challa Royale
  8. The Night Has Wings
  9. Mask of the Panther
  10. The Good Son
  11. The Lost Temple
  12. Descent of the Shadow
  13. The Last Avenger
  14. Vibranium Curtain, Part 1
  15. Vibranium Curtain, Part 2
  16. T'Chanda
  17. Yemandi
  18. Bashenga
  19. King Breaker, Part 1
  20. King Breaker, Part 2
  21. Widowmaker
  22. Atlantis Attacks
  23. House of M

History

Season One

The record-breaking blockbuster film Marvel's The Avengers gave worldwide prominence to the most popular super hero team—Iron Man, Hulk, Captain America, Thor, Hawkeye and Black Widow. Marvel's Avengers Assemble reunites the team, along with newcomer Falcon, marking the first time in animation history this distinct team of heroes will join forces. Led by Iron Man, the heroes train and live together in their new headquarters in Avengers Tower. The planet's most dangerous villains don't stand a chance when the Avengers Assemble - whether they are stopping Dr. Doom from conquering Asgard, Attuma driving the Atlantean Army into New York City or Dracula unleashing vampire hordes, the Avengers must work together to succeed no matter what.

Season Two

In Season Two, the Avengers face off against Red Skull's master Thanos (who Red Skull gave the Tesseract to at the end of Season One) who is on the hunt for the Infinity Gems to power his Infinity Gauntlet. While the Avengers are able to defeat Thanos after much hard work, the gems are drained of their power by Ultron who threatens to exterminate the human race after possessing Arsenal's body. After the Avengers ultimately defeated Ultron, Ant-Man becomes a new member of the team. There is also a subplot detailing the arrival of the Squadron Supreme, Hyperion's old team from the same planet he's from which also consists of Nighthawk, Power Princess, Doctor Spectrum, and Speed Demon. While Hyperion served as the "Hammer" for the Squadron Supreme, Nighthawk served as the "Architect" of the team. Thought to have perished when their old planet blew up, they survived and came to Earth in an attempt to conquer it with Hyperion re-joining their ranks when he hears of their survival. The Squadron Supreme has plans to become the superheroes of Earth and save the world their way. After Ultron's plans are foiled, they attack the Avengers with full force.

Season Three: Ultron Revolution

In Season Three, Ultron returns after his apparent demise and seeks revenge on the Avengers. The Avengers must defeat him as well as new threats like Baron Zemo, the Masters of Evil, and Kang the Conqueror. Black Panther, Captain Marvel, Ms. Marvel, Vision, and the Inhumans appearing this season.

The storyline also follows an adaptation of Civil War[1], when the President signs the New Powers Act, the Avengers are given Truman Marsh as their government liaison who will be the one assigning missions to them. After an increase of the Inhuman population done by the Terrigen Mist and the danger caused by them, Truman March enforces every Inhuman to abide by the Inhuman Registration Act that involves Registration Disks placed on them and orders the Avengers to hunt down any Inhuman who resist. As the Avengers disassociate themselves with Truman Marsh, he assembles a new team Mighty Avengers (consisting of Red Hulk, Black Panther, Songbird, Ant-Man, Captain Marvel, Ms. Marvel, and Vision) to enforce the Registration Act, this leads to an all out war between both teams. Howevere, the Registration Act is soon revealed to be a lie, as Marsh reveals himself to have been actually Ultron in disguise manipulating the events to insure the beginning of the Ultron Revolution.

Season Four: Secret Wars

In season four of "Marvel's Avengers Secret Wars", a newly reformed Cabal (consisting of Leader, Arnim Zola, Enchantress, Executioner and Kang the Conqueror) lead by Leader who plans to scatter the captive Avengers across time and space with his Static Expander device. Black Panther forms the newly recruited Avengers that consisting of Ant-Man, Captain Marvel, Ms. Marvel, Vision, and Wasp to rescue them. Even though Leader is defeated, the rest of the Cabal reveal that Leader is not the true leader of the Cabal as they activate the fail-safe that causes the Static Expander to send the captive Avengers across time and space. Before disappearing, Captain America instructs Black Panther's group to continue in their place until they can be found and brought home. Upon the original Avengers return home, they face against the true leader of the Cabal.

The second half of the storyline follows an adaptation of Secret Wars, where the Beyonder has taken parts of various worlds such as Earth, Asgard, and other dimensions, including the one where Tony Stark was stranded, in order to form Battleworld as part of his "experiment". With Iron Man back, the Avengers must find a way to defeat the Beyonder and do so by forming an unlikely alliance with Loki to rebuild the Bifrost Bridge and get everyone back to Earth.

Season Five: Black Panther's Quest

On July 22, 2017, it has been announced that this shows has been renewed for a fifth season.[2]

This series was originally set in the same reality as Ultimate Spider-Man, designated as Earth-12041. For the show's fifth season, the series underwent a design style change, bringing it closer to the aesthetic of the new series Marvel's Spider-Man that premiered in 2017. Despite referencing events from previous seasons, the episodes of Black Panther's Quest appeared to take place in the continutiy of the new Spider-Man show, Earth-17628. This change of continuity was consolidado by the guest-appearance of that show's version of Spider-Man in "Vibranium Curtain, Part 2."

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