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Heroes Alliance (with Seasons 3 and 4 renamed as Heroes Alliance Forever), is an animated/live-action web series that airs on YouTube on a daily basis from 2011 to 2015. The series revolves four pop culture heroes Optimus Prime (from Transformers), the Red Ranger (the Mighty Morphin version), Greymon (from Digimon), and Spider-Man (from Marvel) helping other iconic heroes battle villains and overcome their problems not only in present day, but also in the past, future, and numerous dimensions. Since its premiere on September 2011, it has achieved critical acclaim, instantly reached over 111,000,000 subscribers, and has been an instant success online. Reruns can also be found on Netflix and Cartoon Network's Adult Swim block. The series was notable for: having many copyrighted characters interact with one other, and bringing pop culture icons that wasn't deemed familiar with Western viewers (icons from Japan, UK, Latin America, Africa, Australia, etc.) The series was so by far expensive to create, not to mention paying companies to have their characters on the show, as well as crew, voice actors, animators, etc.)

Plot

After defeating the powerful Megamo (for now, as he gets worse as the show goes on), Optimus Prime, Red Ranger, Greymon, and Spider-Man form an alliance dedicated to fighting evil adversaries and foiling their plans thus helping other heroes in need.

In Heroes Alliance Forever, the formula is slightly different. It will try to be a normal episode, without teasers similar to the ones in Batman: The Brave and the Bold (even thought here are still a couple episodes that can act like it.) Although Season 3 holds the record for having the most multi-part episodes in the show, it still has several single episodes.

At Season 4, due to his extremely high popularity, Josh Holo is now the series' main protagonist, and the adventures now revolve around him and any hero he teams up with.

Episodes

Heroes Alliance:

Season 1

Season 2

Heroes Alliance Forever:

Season 3

Season 4

Movies

Internet-Exclusive Shorts:

Members:

Main Cast

Heroes Based on Toys

Video Game Heroes

Heroes Based on Comics, Graphic Novels, and Magazines

Comic Heroes Outside the United States

Heroes Based on Manga/Anime

Heroes Based on Books and Novels

Heroes Based on Plays

Movie Heroes

Television Heroes

Tokusatsu Heroes

Heroes Based on Radio Programs

Reception:

Home Video Releases:

It is announced that Shout! Factory will be releasing the series to DVD and Blu-Ray.

Channels:

  • YouTube (all territories)
  • Netflix, Hulu, Adult Swim (U.S.)
  • TV Fuji (Japan)
  • Teletoon at Night (Canada)

Ratings:

  • TV-MA-V, TV-14-LV (U.S.)
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