All 13 episodes following the adventures of the animated Marvel Superhero gang, the Avengers. In 'Avengers Assemble Part 1', the Avengers race to protect the President from a squad of flying Robots, transforming vehicles and a mysterious Android called the vision. During one attack, Wonder Man is injured while protecting Ant Man. Will he survive? In 'Avengers Assemble Part 2', as Wonder Man's life slips away, Ant Man frantically works to transfer Wonder Man's mind patterns to the vision. After a huge battle with their most aggressive villain, Ultron, Falcon and the vision become official members of the team. In 'Kang', time traveller Kang the Conqueror appears creating havoc while looking for a special crystal obelisk from ancient Egypt. This object would allow him to go back into the future and oppress millions of people. The Avengers must protect the world - past, present and future - at all costs. In 'Egg-Streme Vengeance', jealous genius Elihas Starr (aka Egghead) initiates a plot to destroy his archrival Ant Man by making Ant Man's Pym Particles go crazy. While the other Avengers raid Egghead's fortified headquarters, wasp and vision race to find a cure before Ant Man shrinks into subatomic oblivion. In 'Comes a Swordsman', the Travelling Carnival, of which Hawkeye used to be a part, is behind a series of thefts from a biological weapon study lab. When the Avengers question Hawkeye about his loyalties, he is insulted and leaves. While the Avengers battle the thieves, Hawkeye must face his past and his old mentor, the Swordsman. In 'Remnants (Taboo)', strange Remnants of Ultron's previous experiments create terror on an island where France's main Nuclear Testing Facility exists. The Avengers race to control or destroy these machines before they start a Nuclear War. Only they haven't planned on Ultron paying a visit as well... In 'Command Decision', assigned to guard a shipment of highly dangerous government weapons, the Avengers' mission is complicated when Baron Zemo and his masters of evil try to steal the cargo. To make matters more difficult, Captain America comes on the scene, leaving Ant Man to work out his leadership issues while still focusing on the job at hand. In 'To Rule Atlantis', when an artificially induced earthquake rocks the North Atlantic, the Avengers must deal with Namor, the ruler of Atlantis, and ultimately face the Barbarian Attuma. In 'Shooting Stars', when satellites are blasted out of their orbits, the whole world is threatened with destruction. Learning that the criminal organization, the Zodiac, is behind the chaos, the Avengers rocket into space to stop the blackmail of Earth's cities. In 'What a Vision Has to Do', Vision volunteers to act as bait and allow himself to be captured by Ultron as a way for the Avengers to track him to the villain's lair. It works, but Ultron is ready for them. Will Wonder Man's mind patterns be returned to his body? In 'The Sorceress' Apprentice', Scarlet Witch goes to see her mentor, Sorceress Agatha Harkness. Agatha is captured by an evil magical group, The Salem Seven, and Vision offers Scarlet Witch assistance in trying to rescue Agatha, there are new developments in the Wonder Man saga. In 'Earth And Fire - Part 1', something is dangerously affecting the magnetic fields of the earth. Wasp realizes that her father's old business partner, Cornelius Van Lundt, is behind the disruptions. Wasp must face her past in order to save earth. In 'Earth And Fire - Part 2', someone wants an ancient meteorite buried beneath an island, which is the reason for the disruptions in the earth's magnetic fields. The Avengers have a final showdown with the Zodiac gang.