EPISODES - "RETURN OF THE GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY"
#65 - Return of the Guardians of the Galaxy
Original Airdate - July 6th, 2014
Spider-Man and Nova must help the Guardians of the Galaxy face a threat that has followed them to Earth.
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Review by Jeff Harris
I enjoyed the episode, and we finally learned a lot more about Nova this time. Nova stepping up and unleashing his powers was a cool moment, however, there was something also quite ominous about it. It also shows that Spidey and Nova have become great friends.
The one thing I didn't really care for was the Guardians needing to stay incognito from other heroes on Earth. Now if they just basically said they are wanted criminals by Fury and S.H.I.E.L.D. on Earth and it's best they didn't interact. Fury obviously wasn't happy at the end but there were no consequences. He could've just said to the Guardians, "Because you guys got rid of the Chitauri, I'm letting this one go."
As for voice, Chris Cox voiced Star-Lord, Nika Futterman voiced Gamora, and Trevor Devall voiced Rocket Raccoon. So it seems in every recent animated appearance of Rocket, he has a new voice actor. Wonder what that's about. In the first Ultimate Spider-Man appearance it was Billy West, and on Avengers Assemble it was Seth Green. I guess Green and West weren't available for this episode? Usually the designs and voices have been kept consistent between Avengers Assemble, Ultimate Spider-Man, and Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.
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