Avengers EMH

Season 3 of The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes. Originally cancelled in 2012, a third season was brought into production after demands from fans. Season 3 will feature the finish of the Surtur story arc, the Civil War story arc, the Infinity Gauntlet story arc, the West Coast Avengers, and much more.


The AvengersEdit

  • Iron Man/Tony Stark
  • Captain America/Steve Rogers
  • Thor
  • Yellowjacket/Hank Pym
  • Wasp/Jan Van Dyne
  • Black Panther/T'Challa
  • Ms. Marvel/Carol Danvers
  • Spider-man/Peter Parker
  • She-Hulk/Jennifer Walters
  • Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff
  • Quicksilver/Pietro Maximoff
  • Captain America/Bucky/Winter Soldier

The West Coast AvengersEdit

  • Hawkeye/Clint Barton
  • Mockingbird/Bobbi Morse
  • War Machine/James Rhodes
  • Hercules
  • Vision
  • Wonder Man/Simon Williams

The X-menEdit

  • Professor X/Charles Xavier
  • Wolverine/Logan
  • Cyclops/Scott Summers
  • Jean Grey
  • Iceman/Bobby Drake
  • Storm/Ororo Munroe
  • Colossus/Piotr Rasputin
  • Angel/Waren Washingon III
  • Kitty Pryde/Shadowcat
  • Nightcrawler/Kurt Wagner

Fantastic FourEdit

  • Mr. Fantastic/Reed Richards
  • Invisible Woman/Sue Storm
  • The Thing/Ben Grimm
  • Human Torch/Johnny Storm

Other HeroesEdit

  • The Hulk/Bruce Banner
  • Luke Cage/Power Man
  • Iron Fist/Danny Radd
  • Beta Ray Bill
  • Odin
  • Sif
  • Balder
  • Heimdall
  • Nick Fury
  • Maria Hill
  • Black Widow/Natasha Rominoff
  • Falcon/Sam Williams
  • Doc Sampson/Lenord Sampson
  • Ant-man/Giant Man/Scott Lang
  • Silver Surfer/Norin Radd
  • Dr. Strange/Stephen Strange

Supporting CharactersEdit

  • J. Jonah Jameson
  • Betty Brant
  • Aunt May
  • Mary Jane Watson
  • Pepper Potts
  • Jane Foster

The Masters of EvilEdit

  • Ultron
  • Mandarin
    • Ultimo
  • Crossbones
  • Radioactive Man/Chenn Lu
  • Whirlwind
  • Blizzard
  • Man-Ape
  • Dr. Octopus/Otto Octavius
  • Grim Reapor
  • Absorbing Man

Other VillainsEdit

  • Sutrur
  • The Enchantress/Amora
  • Thanos
  • Magneto/Erik Leshner
  • Loki
  • Red Skull
  • Mephisto
  • Kang
  • Kingpin/Wilson Fisk
  • Ares
  • Deadpool/Wade Wilson


No # Title Plot Original Air Date
53 1 In the Hands of the Mandarin Jennifer Walter comes to the Avengers Mansion to find her cousin Bruce Banner, only to find out he quit the Avengers. Mandarin then attacks the Avengers Mansion, injuring Jennifer in the process. Iron Man is captured by Mandarin during the battle and taken to the Valley of Spirits, where he must fight Ultimo. April 7, 2013
54 2 The She-Hulk While Iron Man is still stranded in the Valley of Spirits, Bruce Banner is contacted to see his cousin at the Avengers Mansion. She needs a blood transfusion, and Bruce offers his blood. They agree, and Jennifer is revived. When another Ultimo robot comes to the Avengers Mansion, Jennifer turns into the She-Hulk and helps defeat it. She then joins the Avengers. April 14, 2013
55 3 Thor vs. Hercules Hercules comes to Earth. He ends up battling Thor in an epic battle. Hercules defeats him after Odin depowers him for loving the mortal Jane Foster. Odin decides to repower Thor, who then goes to save Hercules after he is unwittingly signed to a contract by the Olympian God Pluto. Thor and Hercules make peice. April 21, 2013
56 4 The New Masters (Part 1) A new Masters of Evil roster (consisting of Mandarin, Crossbones, Radioactive Man, Whirlwind, Blizzard, Man-Ape, Dr. Octopus, Grim Reapor, and Aborbing Man) attack and defeat the Avengers. Hawkeye and Vision manage to escape, though realize they aren't taking down the Masters of Evil themselves. They decide to recruit heroes to stop the Masters and save the Avengers. April 28, 2013
57 5 The West Coast Avengers (Part 2) Hawkeye and Vision gather Mockingbird, War Machine, and Hercules to help free the Avengers. The five are successful in defeating the Masters and saving the Avengers. Iron Man offers all of them membership in the Avengers, but Hawkeye declares that they will go on their own as the West Coast Avengers. May 5, 2013
58 6 The War of the Ages

Ares breaks free of Asgardian custody through unknown reasons and declares war on Earth and Asgard.? Thor and the Avengers team up with Asgard to stop Ares and his forces to conquer the Nine Realms.

May 12, 2013
59 7 Bloodties (Part 1) May 19, 2013
60 8 Bloodties (Part 2) May 26, 2013
61 9 The Hulk Unleashed June 2, 2013
62 10 Wonders June 9, 2013
63 11 Ragnarok (Part 1) June 16, 2013
74 12 Ragnerok (Part 2) June 23, 2013
65 13 Who's Side Are You On? June 30, 2013
66 14 Strange July 7, 2013
67 15 The Merc With a Mouth July 14, 2013
68 16 The Return of Kang (Part 1) July 21, 2013
69 17 The Return of Kang (Part 2) July 28, 2013
70 18 Attack from 42 August 4, 2013
71 19 Civil War August 11, 2013
72 20 The Death of Captain America August 19, 2013
73 21 Ultimate Ultron August 26, 2013
74 22 The Masters Return September 1, 2013
75 23 One More Day September 8, 2013
76 24

The Infinity Gauntlet (Part 1)

September 15, 2013
77 25 The Infinity Gauntlet (Part 2) September 22, 2013
78 26 The Infinity Gauntlet (Part 3) September 29, 2013


Season 3 of The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes received positive reviews from fans and critics. Many fans of the series has critisized that the Civil War story arc did not have the proper time to build, along with Bucky as Captain America. Many critics have called their favorite episode of the Season The Death of Captain America. The three-part Infinfity Gauntlet episode received positive reception from critics and unniversal acclaim from fans for the portrayal of Thanos. Many fans have called One More Day a massive improvement from the comics.During a poll for the greatest episode of Season 3, the five were The Death of Captain America, Civil War, the War of the Ages, the Infinity Gauntlet, and Bloodties. Many fans liked the two-part Bloodties episode, though felt the X-men were not needed in the series. The finale for the Surtur story arc was also praised.

Season 4Edit

During an interview, Christopher Yost confirmed that a fourth Season was in production. He confirmed that it would be based off of the Avengers Disassembled and House of M story arcs, and that the X-men would have a much larger role.

Continuity EditEdit

The two-part episode Bloodties both solved and created continuity problems with Wolveirne and the X-men. Due to the roster, Professor X not in a coma, and no mention of Master Mold or Apocalpyse, it is shown to take place before Wolverine and the X-men. While in Wolveirne and the X-men, Quicksilver was part of the Brotherhood, and Scarlet Witch was on Genosha. Neither ever mentioned being members of the Avengers, the the events of the episode Bloodties was never mentioned. Christopher Yost confirmed this would be solved in Season 4.