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The Super Hero Squad Show: The Infinity Gauntlet: Season 2, Volume 3 on DVD

Apr 16, 2012

The second season of Marvel’s megahit continues with the release of The Super Hero Squad Show: The Infinity Gauntlet: Season 2, Volume 3 on DVD April 17, 2012.

About the Show

The fate of the universe rests in the hands – or should we say on the hand – of whoever wears the Infinity Gauntlet, a mystical glove that gives its owner all the power of the cosmos. And if Thanos has his way, he’ll be wearing the Infinity Gauntlet very soon! But first he has to acquire each of the gems required to power the gauntlet, and the only thing standing in his way is the teamwork of the exciting and loveable Super Hero Squad – Captain America, Iron Man, the Hulk, Thor, Wolverine, Falcon and Scarlet Witch!

The Super Hero Squad Show: The Infinity Gauntlet: Season 2, Volume 3 hits shelves April 17, 2012. The show currently airs Mondays to Fridays on The Hub.

Episodes

The Super Hero Squad Show: The Infinity Gauntlet: Season 2, Volume 3 includes seven episodes from the second season of the show, including:

  • Fate of Destiny
  • The Ballad of Beta Ray Bill
  • Days, Nights and Weekends of Future Past
  • This Man-Thing, This Monster
  • The Devil Dinosaur You Say
  • Planet Hulk
  • 1602

The DVD also includes a unique code that offers a free one-week trial subscription to play Super Hero Squad: Online at HeroUp.com.

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