If you missed yesterday’s sneak peek premiere of Marvel’s The Super Hero Squad Show, you have plenty of opportunities to see the first two episodes again on September 16 at 7:00 AM on the Cartoon Network.

The greatest heroes in the universe unite against the deadliest villains in an exciting, family friendly Super Hero team up unlike any in history! The Super Hero Squad unites to protect Super Hero City for VillainVille, as they must stop Dr. Doom and his allies from gathering pieces of the powerful Infinity Sword, or the bad guys will rule the universe! Luckily, the City is filled with Marvel Super Hero guest-stars to help out in a pinch. These brave heroes totally deliver the action – but with plenty of humor on the side as they “Hero Up!” to save the day.

Who voices the characters from the show? Take the jump and find out!

  • Tom Kenny (Spongebob)
  • Charlie Adler (Transformers 1 & 2)
  • Steve Blum (Wolverine and the X-Men, Hulk Vs.)
  • Grey DeLisle (Fairly Oddparents and The Replacements).Guest Stars appearing throughout the first season
  • Wayne Knight (Seinfeld)
  • LeVar Burton (Reading Rainbow, Star Trek: The Next Generation)
  • Michelle Trachtenberg (Gossip Girl, 17 Again, Buffy)
  • Greg Grunberg (Heroes)
  • Lena Headey (Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles, 300)
  • Adrian Pasdar (Heroes)
  • Tricia Helfer (Battlestar Galatica)
  • Jennifer Morrison (House)
  • Tamera Mowry (Twitches and Sister, Sister)
  • Robert Englund (A Nightmare on Elm Street films)
  • Stan Lee as the Mayor of Super Hero City.

Marvel and the Cartoon Network sent along the complete release schedule for the first six episodes of the series as well.

9/14/09 Sneak Premiere (Episodes 1 & 2) – 7PM
9/16/09 Sneak Premiere (Episodes 1 & 2) – 7AM
9/18/09 Sneak Premiere (Episodes 1 & 2) – 3PM
9/19/09 Premiere (Episodes 1 & 2) – 8:30AM
9/26/09 – (Episode 3) – 8:30AM
10/3/09 – (Episode 4) – 8:30AM
10/10/09 – (Episode 5) – 8:30AM
10/17/09 – (Episode 6) – 8:30AM

via Marvel

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  1. September 15, 2009 at 9:03 pm — Reply

    Yeah Marvel would never stoop so low as to make products for the younger audience.

    Disney is going to be the brand that forces them to put out kids products.

    Yup. Marvel would never give up their adult image for the occasional kids image in a million years. Right.

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