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Natasha Romanoff and Clint Barton seek to destroy killer-robot Ultron following a cataclysmic event.
The episode was rated from 1255 votes.
The Watcher breaks his oath and recruits heroes from across the multiverse to battle against Ultron.
The episode was rated from 1087 votes.
A grief-stricken Doctor Strange uses the Eye of Agamotto in a dangerous effort to change the past.
The episode was rated from 1679 votes.
The rough-and-tumble space pirates known as the Ravagers abduct T’Challa instead of Peter Quill.
The episode was rated from 1868 votes.
Nick Fury struggles to launch The Avengers when candidates are targeted by a serial killer.
The episode was rated from 1668 votes.
When Steve Rogers is seriously injured, Peggy Carter becomes the world’s first Super Soldier.
The episode was rated from 2110 votes.
When The Avengers are infected by a zombie plague, surviving heroes search for a cure.
The episode was rated from 1528 votes.
An American soldier called Killmonger rescues Tony Stark when his Humvee is attacked in Afghanistan.
The episode was rated from 1386 votes.
Thor, who never learned to be a good hero, throws an out-of-control intergalactic party on Earth.
The episode was rated from 1306 votes.
Last updated: may 24, 2022
Captain Carter: Decent Episode. I feel indifferent about it. Waiting for E2. Felt odd watching MCU in animation. Agent Carter is good fighter but her dialogues sounded too much like a male child excited at finally getting to be a superhero. Agent Carter was alot more cool, calm & mature in movies and tvshow - the super serum does not change personalities so maybe in this universe her personality is like an exciteable girl child/woman before the serum? There was no backstory or character development as the episode starts just prior to Nexus points.
I can't believe I'm saying this but watch out DCAU.
I already saw the first chapter, it looks interesting :thinking:.
It's important to the timeline, but it's so cringey.
I’ve seen two episodes now and I’ve got to ask: what’s the point of watching this? There’s nothing inherently satisfying about the show itself. Just putting a twist on existing lore and calling it a day isn’t enough to hold my attention for 30 mimutes, nor any sane person, I imagine. Are people only watching this because it sets up future stuff? Why would anyone watch something that’s just set-up? Projects are always supposed to function as an isolated piece of art, and not just as a piece of a larger machine. This show is so empty, it’s the kind of format that lends itself for short 4 minute videos on Youtube. But a feature series? Come on. Edit: alright so there is an attempt to tie the loose ends together in the final episode, but still, it kinda fails to justify its existence.
T'Challa Starlord: Decent Episode again, I liked this episode so will wait for E3 but Animation quality is not as good as DC/Disney. The colours used (alot of purple & blue tones in E2) not easy on the eyes. Story is good but unsure how it fits or leads into the MultiUniverse of MCU (Is it supposed to? Only Kevin Feige knows or we find out in last episode). What If? is a show that works better if watched as a standalone short stories of an alternate life of an MCU character. The vocals are decent but made me remember we will no longer hear Chadwick as T'Challa anymore. The dialogues sounded preachy but then they suited T'Challa's Kingly & 'wise/mature' character but I kept thinking it was going to go into borderline woke lecture which would have annoyed me alot. I don't mind social messages done subtly but I hate when they are shoved into everything because teens/woke activists today need a Neon Sign (Virtue-Signalling) to say 'Look how Bad World Is & How Righteous & Kind We Are' in everything. I have a feeling the 'Wokeness' may increase over each of the next episodes and this will bring my overall verdict of the show from positive so far, to full negative.
2nd episode black ironman, 3d episode transvestite spiderman...hey it sells in these times. Other than that I liked it. waiting for more
Good television. It's cartoon, not real. Since when did play-play stuff become soo serious?!
Zombie Avengers: A good episode but feels like a step backwards from Ep4 with Dr Strange. Thus episode felt like it was trying too hard to be both serious and funny but falls flat. Fun but could have been so much better if same thought went in and san* same writu* writing and artist team as Dr Strange Ep. was used. So far mixed bag of ok, good to 1 really good episode.
Dr Strange: The best episode so far, best of everything compared to the other episodes. This is how all WhatIf episodes should atleast look/feel like. No spoilers - Just watch it.
E7 Thor is an Only Child: This is just a Fan Service episode. Made for teens by teens. Weaker* Weakest episode of WhatIF so far. Very tiny momemts of good. Tries too hard to be funny & the whole episode is ruined by background music - skippable episode unless you wish to see some Jotun Loki. The female characters were all written badly in this one. Watchable with a cringe.
I’m diligently watching each of the episodes but I don’t see what value is being added by this show.
It's alright. Not sure if they're planning a second season, but going just off of season one, I think it's hard to recommend the show. Most of the episodes aren't very great and are probably better skipped than watched. But episodes 4 and 8 are both fantastic, and 8 specifically is something really special that I'd recommend watching. Without those two episodes, I'd be giving this show a 4 or 5 out of 10.
It was a bit hit and miss at times but some of the storylines were enjoyable and the animation was great to look at.
As much shame and guilt as I feel while watching these reality series, I can never get enough of them. It’s never fun having your own drama, but when it’s blown out of proportion and has nothing to do with you, suddenly it’s something a lot of people want to watch. We’re always looking forward to the next episode and simply can’t wait to see more of it.
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