Marvel Avengers Academy

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Marvel Avengers Academy
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iOS, Android
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February 4, 2016


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The Story of this Video Game is unknown.


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  • The news report about the Academy considering allowing pets is a reference to the Pet Avengers.
  • When Loki mentioned that Asgard had many serpents, he may have been referencing Cur Borson, the Midgard Serpent, or Fin Fang Foom.
  • Rank 3 and 4 Captain America's design is reminiscent to the Commander Rogers uniform.
  • Captain America's problem with beaches is due to D-Day.
  • Iron Man having "non-business" briefcases is a reference to the Iron Man Armor that transform into briefcases.
  • Red Hulk's design alludes to his military background in the comics.
  • Iron Man offering Rescue a job at Stark Industries is a reference to her comic counterpart.
  • Star-Lord's talk of a dance battle is a callback to his Earth-199999 counterpart's mock dance battle with Ronan in Guardians of the Galaxy.
  • Wasp made reference to the daytime soap opera Days of Our Lives.
  • Captain America meeting T'Ckaka is a reference to Black Panther Vol 3 #30.
  • Pym wishing he came up with Ultron references to him being its creator in the comics and Ultron naming himself.
  • Black Panther's time in Hell's Kitchen is a reference to his time as protector of the kitchen in Black Panther: The Man Without Fear!.
  • Winter Soldier repeating the phrase, "I'm with you 'till the end of the line..." is a direct quote from Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
  • Loki's nickname for Black Panther, "Dark Leopard," is a reference to when the character's name was changed to "Black Leopard" to distance the character from the Black Panther Party.
  • Baron saying he planned to create a "Thunderbolts" is a reference to Hawkeye's tenure as the Thunderbolts leader in the Marvel Universe.
  • Tony calling the Starstones "Magically Delicious" is a reference to Lucky Charms.
  • Spider-Man's requiring 2099 Oscoins to unlock is a reference to Spider-Man 2099, who was later added to the game.
  • When Spider-Man proposed to create a think tank; Black Panther proposed The Illuminati, a think tank 616 T'Challa served on; while The Leader proposed The Supreme Intelligence, the ruler of the Kree Empire.
  • Director Fury saying the public prefers serious and mean heroes to those who joke around and have fun is a play at the differences between Marvel's cinematic universe and DC's extended universe.
  • The battle at the top of the Oscorp Tower might be a nod at a similar encounter from the third act of The Amazing Spider-Man.
  • Mary Jane being kidnapped by Osborn and taken to George Washington Bridge is a reference to Turning Point, an episode of Spider-Man: The Animated Series, which itself is a reference to Amazing Spider-Man #121.
  • The shared action, "Share a Moment," between Iron Spider and Spider-Man and between Wasp and Spider-Ham is a reference to the prior's kiss in Spider-Man.
  • Spider-Man being afraid of being cloned is a reference to the Clone Sage.
  • Spider-Man 2099's story of Iron Man's future is the same story Andros Stark told in Iron Man 2099.
  • When asking about the future, Wasp refers to The Jetsons.
  • Spider-Gwen is mentioned to be both a bodega clerk and a Web-Warrior, dictating she chronically came from sometime between Spider-Verse Vol 2 #1 and Spider-Gwen Vol 2 #1/Web Warriors #1.
  • Spider-Man 2099's rank 3-4 outfit resembling a luchador is a reference to how his costume was a Day of the Dead outfit and how the original Spider-Man was a wrestler.
  • Gwen's second conversation with Spider-Man is similar to the conversation she had with his 616 counterpart in Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 #11.
  • The inclusion of Spider-Mech is a reference to the Supaidāman TV series.
  • The Goblin Gargoyles item have the design of the Goblin Armor from Spider-Man.
  • Mysterio questioned the line "To be, or not to be" from the play Hamlet.
  • Venom describing his teeth by saying "And what big teeth we have..." is a reference to Little Red Riding Hood.
  • Carnage calling Spider-Man the Gosh Dang Spider-Man is a reference to the Gosh Darn Batman which itself is a reference to the Goddamn Batman.
  • Daredevil referenced his "I'm Not Daredevil" shirt.
  • Wasp's action "Meet My Little Friend" is a reference to the quote "Say hello to my little friend" from Scarface.
  • Nick Fury telling Loki "You Can't Handle The Truth!' is a quote from A Few Good Men.
  • The Sheriff Steve Rogers outfit is based of Captain America's Earth-51920 counterpart.
  • The Gladiator Captain America outfit is based on Captain America's Earth-51518 counterpart.
  • Spider-Girl's rank 1-4 outfits are reminiscent of her Araña costume.
  • The description for the Superior Doctor Octopus outfit includes a line from the song Anything You Can Do.
  • Wiccan asked if the Time-Ship was "bigger on the inside," a common description of the TARDIS.
  • Stinger made a reference to the Back to the Future franchise.
  • Iron Lad not understanding Stinger's reference, but Captain America understanding it was a joke from Marvel's The Avengers.
  • Odin's catchphrase, "Go Big or Go to Muspelheim," is a spin on the saying "Go Big or Go Home."
  • Gladiator Black Widow's bio is a referenced to the line "Are you not entertained" from Gladiator.
  • The Thunder Hulk outfit is based on the Thor on the over of Hulked-Out Heroes #1.

See Also

Links and References


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks

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