Ranked #5886

Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers

Alternative Titles

Japanese: ディスク・ウォーズ:アベンジャーズ

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 51
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 2, 2014 to Mar 25, 2015
Premiered: Spring 2014
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Toei Animation
Source: Unknown
Duration: 22 min. per ep.
Rating: PG - Children

Statistics

Score: 6.221 (scored by 576 users)
Ranked: #58862
Popularity: #4109
Members: 3,293
Favorites: 5
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Synopsis

The story will revolve around how the Avengers—Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, and the Hulk together with the help of Spider-Man and a group of teens—will harness their respective fighting skills and superhuman powers to foil Loki's scheme to take over the world. Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers will target boys in the 6-12 age group.

(Source: Marvel)

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Characters & Voice Actors

Stark, Anthony
Stark, Anthony
Main
Hanawa, Eiji
Japanese
Hanawa, Eiji
Parker, Peter
Parker, Peter
Main
Kawada, Shinji
Japanese
Kawada, Shinji
Loki
Loki
Main
Mutou, Tadashi
Japanese
Mutou, Tadashi
Rogers, Steve
Rogers, Steve
Main
Nakaya, Kazuhiro
Japanese
Nakaya, Kazuhiro

Staff

T.M.Revolution
T.M.Revolution
Theme Song Performance
Lee, Stan
Lee, Stan
Original Creator
Morishita, Kouzou
Morishita, Kouzou
Executive Producer

More episodes Episodes(0/51)

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Opening Theme

"Tsukiyabureru -Time to SMASH! (突キ破レル-Time to SMASH!)" by T.M.Revolution

Ending Theme

"Thread of fate" by T.M.Revolution



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Lord_Rutsah
Nov 16, 2014
Horrible! Strictly prohibited for pregnant women, people with heart conditions and anyone who actually liked the original Avengers! Oh, and bats, because with their oversensitive hearing Japanese pronunciation of English will be beyond doubt lethal...

Tony Stark develops digital cells to imrpison villains in, but in his grand revelation ceremony he and the other Avengers are imrpisoned in their own digital cells as well. A group of 5 children receive devices made my Tony Stark that allow them to release the people trapped in the digital cells for a limited time. Aka the whole thing stinks Digimon.

For one thing, while the children capture a gazillion villains read more
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Yzeelb
Jun 3, 2014
Avengers! Gotta catch 'em all!
Simply put: Marvel meets Pokemon.

Target group:
Don't expect too much from this Anime. He is really intended for a younger audience. A group of children controlling the mighty Marvel Heroes are included at any price in the Anime to pander to the target audience. Example: Base is raided by villains for some revolutionary technology and the scientist has Spider-Man and his hyperactive son in front of him. Of course he confide this technology to his son and not to the mighty trustworthy superhero because kids with no powers are the most effective against super-villains.

Story:
Well it is an Anime read more
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Jitsch
Nov 30, 2014
Taking the conclusion first: Disk Wars is very Toei. Which means: Episodic, formulaic, merchandise-y, full of recycleable sequences and of disputable art and animation quality. Having watched quite a handful of Toei series myself, I would say it's quite average - I've seen worse from them, but I've also seen far better.

What makes this show decidedly more interesting than most Toei shows is that the writers benefit from the developed and mostly interesting characters from the Marvel-verse. Everything that is good about this show is from Marvel, and everything that is "Toei original" is mostly bad.

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Story: 4 /10

The story starts with read more
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Pooltastic
Jun 15, 2014
Well here's a surprise. Marvel Disk Wars is actually fun. Like, really really fun.
Though the set up was pretty sluggish. Over the first 3 episodes we are introduced to a myriad of superheroes, super-villains and the titular DISKs which are going to be the main source of trouble for our beloved protagonists, exploited as it was by - not so surprisingly - Loki. Cue a convenient temporal explosion and the little multicolored buggers are spread all over the world.

It takes further 5 to get the band back together, while bogging them down with so many rules and limitations that it's only through the villains' read more
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