This week in the world of cartoons, Leela grows some tentacles on Futurama, we are treated to a very interesting new Hulk series on DisneyXD, and an hour-long TMNT season finale!
Ultimate Spider-Man is off for a little while to make way for the new Hulk series. As always - minor spoilers ahead!
The newest offering from Marvel casts a "family" of Hulks together in a team-based take on a reality show.
The first two episodes of the series air this Sunday, with Rick Jones joining Hulk, Hulk's extraterrestrial son Skaar, and Red Hulk to fend off Annihilus.
Who could be behind a series of life-size army men using real weapons to attack the good people of Gotham? A member of the Gotham mafia by the name of Humpty Dumpty.
Genetic anomalies abound this week, as the onset of "squidification" sends Leela on a journey to an underground genetic engineering lab.
Check out the above clip for a dig at Adventure Time. For more on this week's episode of Futurama, check out Esther's recap.
Finn gets some wild dreams after watching a fight between the Ice King and Flame Princess, however, Finn returns to consciousness before he reaches the conclusion of the reverie. To find out how his dream ends, Finn tries to get Flame and Ice to battle in hopes of reaching his earlier state.
Benson has a date in the bag with his long-time pine Audrey, and celebrates by partying all night, transforming Benson into Party Benson.
Avengers Assemble continues to toss obscure Marvel characters into the spotlight (and that's a good thing), with Molecule Man's son showing up on this week's episode.
In the hour-long season finale of TMNT, Kraang begins his long-planned invasion of Earth. In response, the fighting foursome head to TCRI to shut down Kraang's portal between dimensions.
The trailer teases a turtle death, but surely that won't happen...right?
Top image courtesy of Marvel Comics and DisneyXD. Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. & Avengers Assemble air Sunday mornings on DisneyXD. Futurama airs Wednesday night on Comedy Central. Beware the Batman airs Saturday Mornings on Cartoon Network.