If you’ve liked what you’ve seen so far in Marvel’s Super Hero Squad Show, prepare to dive into the world of the Gray Hulk on Saturday as the Green Goliath changes color and gets a few additional brain cells too.

After a battle with Klaw and Screaming Mimi, the Incredible Hulk is now the Intelligent Hulk! As the Squad battles the Legion for the fate of Super Hero City, the duo of Falcon and Wasp must now babysit this radically altered Hulk. Plus, don’t miss House and Star Trek star Jennifer Morrison as the voice of Wasp!

Look for Abomination, Toad, M.O.D.O.K. and more to show up this week as well.

So the big question is, who is watching, and how does it rate with you?

via Marvel

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  1. October 2, 2009 at 6:11 pm — Reply

    My question to this show: What the hell are the heroes doing with the villains after the defeat them? I mean they never throw them in jail or anything, they just sort of beat them and… let them go back to their base to plot more evil. Wouldn’t it be easier to just… I dunno…ARREST THEM?

  2. crs
    October 3, 2009 at 9:59 am — Reply

    I have been a long time collector of this toy line and i like what they are doing with the show. It seems true to the “happy-go-lucky” feeling that they toy line gives and is exposing the marvel universe to a new generation of fans. There isn’t enough that is geared towards the young demographic (5-10 yrs). I am a fan.

  3. Allen Jones
    October 3, 2009 at 11:29 am — Reply

    I love it. Just like Batman: Brave and the Bold, its just so silly, its great. Just like the the strips that they did before the cartoons.

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