This was part of an X-Men Collection pack. Thanks to eBay, I just had to buy the one I wanted.
Thanks to YouTube Ronald Mitchell for hosting this video!
Not only does this episode have a Super Hero Squad version of the Punisher, and he is as intense as I imagine the censors would allow.
The sweet part of the episode is when the Squadies are looking for a new place to stay, they head over to Repit’s house and we see a slew of posters on his walls.
We see Kitty and Lockheed as posters!
Of course, Doctor Strange is a huge part of the episode but the whole episode stays in my memory due to that moment at the 8:11 mark.
And Lo . . A Pilot Shall Come
This is the first episode. It has so many cameos. The best is from 4:17-20, Kitty Pryde being given a lady civilian from Captain America.
Thanks to YouTuber Super Hero Squad Online for hosting the video.
Mysterious Mayhem at Mutant High
EDIT ON JULY 30, 2014 – The YouTube video came down so here is a picture that is sort of as good. But not really, at all. I’ll check again to see if someone else is so bold to host it. If I knew how to do it, I would totally buy the DVD and figure out a way to host it in an awesome secret way. or if I could just host it here.
DailyMotion hardly works for me on the Kindle Fire but hopefully these two videos from DailyMotion can work here:
The code looks like it will never work. Just in case it doesn’t, here are the links :
Thanks to DailyMotion Poster TheFoxPrince11 for hosting the videos!
The best part of the episode is from 18:43 – 18:51.
This marks Lockheed’s second animation appearance. This is also marks Kitty’s second appearance on this show.
I started watching Super Hero Squad when it first came out and watched several of the episodes. Then, like most cartoons, they stop airing new ones and sprinkle a new episode in every once in a while.
I still haven’t seen the last episodes. The last one I saw was the Planet Hulk episode. It looked like that was the direction they were going in, SHSing adaptions of actual Marvel stories. Which I fully support.
Mysterious Mayhem, is SHS’s only mutant spotlight episode. Wolverine is a big part of the series, and some X-Men make appearances throughout, but as far as mutant adventures, this is it.
How great is that theme song? Extremely catchy!
The title card is a homage to X-Men Volume One Issue One.
Whenever Steve Blum is Wolverine, you know it is going to be a good time.
Captain America, who I love on this series, reveals Wolverine doesn’t have his high school diploma.
Wolverine takes Reptil with him to Xavier’s.
When I eventually got around to reading Avengers Academy, I was expecting Reptil to be like he was on the show, as he debut there. Instead, he is very dark and didn’t tell any jokes.
Someone dusted off Shawn Ashmore to protray Iceman, which is very clever casting.
Ringmaster is the villain of the episode. None of his Circus of Crime show up up here. That is how I know him, that and he tangles with the Hulk a bit.
At the school, we have Xavier as the principal and the sole teacher.
Cyclops as the teacher’s pet.
Jean is the cheerleader.
Storm is the exotic exchange student.
Iceman is the class clown.
The Danger Room makes an appearance, it is also the lunch room.
Not a bad episode at all, but it is a clear departure from the rest of the series.
The traditional Squadies don’t show up until the very end.
Thanks to YouTuber Full Cartoon, for hosting the video.