Marvel Super Hero Adventures: Frost Fight!

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The Marvel Heroes unite to try and stop Loki and the frost giant Ymir from conquering the world as the duo try to steal Santa's powers to do so.

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Cast

Mick Wingert
as Iron Man
Matt Mercer
as Captain America
Grey Griffin
as Captain Marvel

Critic Reviews for Marvel Super Hero Adventures: Frost Fight!

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Audience Reviews for Marvel Super Hero Adventures: Frost Fight!

Merry Christmas from the Avengers! Marvel Super Hero Adventures: Frost Fight! is a misguided and bizarre attempt to tell a Christmas story within the Marvel Universe. When Loki teams up with Ymir to steal the Casket of Ancient Powers, which is protected by Jolnir (aka Santa Claus), the Avengers embark on a magical adventure to Alfheim to stop them and save Christmas. Working Santa Claus into the Marvel mythos comes off as extremely contrived and silly. Also, the Avengers lineup is rather odd, as it includes a trainee named Reptil who's a fifth wheel and is only really there to have a kid who believes in Santa. And of course there are all the usual tropes; non-believers being won over by Santa, characters receive their most desired gifts, zombie gingerbread men. A festive mess, Marvel Super Hero Adventures: Frost Fight! is entertaining and kind of fun at times, but it doesn't work.

Dann Michalski
Dann Michalski

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½

First off if you read the synopsis and you still watch it then on your head be it so don't completely rip it to shreds, Yes it's a disaster but it's made for kids and my boys loved it, It was nice to see Groot and Rocket make their animation debut, The film is so corny, Silly and hard to watch at times but if you're kids are into Marvel then this is the perfect film to put on for them on Christmas Eve while you wrap presents but apart from that there's no reason to watch this.

Jamie Clarke
Jamie Clarke

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This was so goddamn uncomfortable to watch.

Gimly M.
Gimly M.

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