Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes returns this week with a great episode featuring the Red Hulk, an episode torn from recent comic book exploits.
Regular Show ventures into some deep emotional territory this week, the season finale of Legend of Korra airs, and we travel back to the early 1990s for a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles retro-toon.
As always, minor spoilers ahead!
Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes – "Nightmare in Red"
Avengers: EHM returns this week, with the Red Hulk attacking Wasp, Captain America, and Maria Hill (Aunt Robin!) on a S.H.I.E.L.D. helicarrier. The Falcon makes an ominous appearance as well.
Ultimate Spider-Man – "Venom Attack"
Venom is back this week, the same villain with a talking action figure that said "I want to eat your brains" in the early 1990s.
The unlikely trio of Nova, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist team up to the help Spider-Man fight his most dangerous foe.
Tron: Uprising – "Blackout"
In this episode of Tron: Uprising, Beck makes a stunning free-fall jump to save programs taken captive by a recognizer.
You can check out the jump in this clip, where we also find out that one of Clu's henchmen has a personal connection to Beck.
This clip features action from the light cycle race.
Adventure Time – "Gotcha"
This week, Turtle Princess convinces Lumpy Space Princess to write a book about her exploits of lump working and love life.
Lumpy Space Princess goes undercover in an attempt to win over Finn so that she has some interesting fodder for her tell-all memoir.
Dan Vs. – "Chris"
Nothing can tear friends apart like rare collectibles. In this episode (from last week) Chris and Dan fight over a Space Monkeys Death Ray the duo won in a radio contest.
Dan Vs. Wild West Town airs this Saturday, with Dan looking to get a refund from a poorly run resort.
Regular Show – "Trucker Hall of Fame"
On this belated Father's Day episode of Regular Show, Muscle Man's dad passes away. The first clip gives a glimpse of Muscle Dad's funeral with a special tribute from his son.
The Legend of Korra – "Skeletons in the Closet/Endgame"
Some great Korra is coming at your this week, with two episodes airing to make for a one-hour season finale.
The first clip shows members of Team Avatar getting used to life on the streets and taking in some dumpster cuisine. It features one of the great lines in the series so far - "You are a wise and noble hobo."
Gravity Falls – "Tourist Trapped"
This Disney original premiered last week and several readers asked for it, so look for it here. Gravity Falls features a brother and sister sent to live with their Great Uncle Stan (who owns the Mystery Shack, a shop full in a bizarre cryptid relics) for the Summer.
Kristen Schaal (30 Rock, Flight of the Conchords) voices Mabel, the female lead. Give it a chance, the show is a lot of fun. Gravity Falls officially starts next week.
Iron Man: Armored Adventures – "The Hammer Falls"
Iron Man chases after Black Knight at the beginning of this episode, with Black Knight running scared from an unknown enemy.
Justin Hammer, Stark's nemesis, is behaving oddly after being blackmailed by a minor super-villain and leaning that Howard Stark is still alive. Paranoia makes for a poor business partner, leading Hammer to make some irrational HR decisions.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles– "Shredder Triumphant!"
1993's "Shredder Triumphant!" is the "quasi-finale" of the original series. Krang and Shredder are banished to Dimension X after seven seasons, while Bebop and Rocksteady disappear without reason. Lord Dregg becomes the main bad guy in the next season, marking the beginning of the end for this cartoon juggernaut.
Top image courtesy of Disney XD. The Legend of Korra airs Saturday mornings on Nickelodeon. Adventure Time and Regular Show air Monday nights on the Cartoon Network. Dan Vs. air Saturdays on The Hub. Iron Man: Armored Adventures airs Wednesday nights on Nicktoons. Tron: Uprising airs Thursday nights on Disney XD while Ultimate Spider-man and Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes air Sunday mornings on the same channel. Thundercats airs Saturday mornings on the Cartoon Network, so turn your television on.