Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.

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Animated / Superhero
Country of origin
United States
Paul Dini
Disney XD
No. of seasons
No. of episodes
Premiere date
August 11, 2013

Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. is the fourth animated series to focus on the character of Hulk after his segments on The Marvel Super Heroes, the 1982 animated series, and the 1996 animated series.


Hulk, Red Hulk, She-Hulk, Skaar, and A-Bomb team up to face the threats no other heroes can.


Season 1 (2013–14)Edit

  1. Doorway to Destruction (Part 1)
  2. Doorway to Destruction (Part 2)
  3. Hulk-Busted
  4. The Collector
  5. All About Ego
  6. Savage Land
  7. Incredible Shrinking Hulks
  8. Hulks on Ice
  9. Of Moles and Men
  10. Wendigo Apocalypse
  11. The Skaar Whisperer
  12. Into the Negative Zone
  13. Red Rover
  14. The Venom Inside
  15. Galactus Goes Green
  16. The Trouble With Machines
  17. Abomination
  18. Mission Impossible Man
  19. For Asgard
  20. Stranger in a Strange Land
  21. It's a Wonderful Smash
  22. Deathlok
  23. Inhuman Nature
  24. The Hunted
  25. Monsters No More (Part 1)
  26. Planet Leader (Part 2)

Season 2 (2014)Edit

  1. Planet Hulk (Part 1)
  2. Planet Hulk (Part 2)
  3. Fear Itself
  4. Guardians of the Galaxy
  5. Future Shock
  6. A Druff is Enough
  7. Homecoming
  8. Spidey, I Blew Up the Dinosaur
  9. Hulking Commandos
  10. The Strongest One There Is
  11. The Dopplesmashers
  12. The Big Green Mile
  13. The Green Room
  14. The Defiant Hulks
  15. Enter, The Maestro
  16. The Tale of Hercules
  17. Banner Day
  18. Wheels of Fury
  19. Days of Future Smash (Part 1): The Dino Era
  20. Days of Future Smash (Part 2): Smashguard
  21. Days of Future Smash (Part 3): Dracula
  22. Days of Future Smash (Part 4): The Hydra Years
  23. Days of Future Smash (Part 5): The Tomorrow Smashers
  24. Spirit of Vengeance
  25. Planet Monster (Part 1)
  26. Planet Monster (Part 2)


  • Fred Tatascoirce as Hulk
  • Clancy Brown as Red Hulk
  • Ben Diskin as Skaar
  • Seth Green as Rick Jones/A-Bomb
  • Eliza Dushku as She-Hulk
  • James Arnold Taylor as The Leader
  • Adrian Pasdar as Tony Stark/Iron Man
  • Drake Bell as Peter Parker/Spider-Man


Writer Paul Dini writes for the series alongside Ultimate Spider-Man.


The series was announced at the 2011 Comic-Con. Marvel Entertainment's Head of Television Jeph Loeb called up writer Paul Dini to "ask" him if he wanted the job. The two had done the same thing the previous year for Ultimate Spider-Man.

The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes was actually going to focus on the Hulk and be called Hulk: Gamma Corps. It was in pre-production but was folded into The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, which was also in production. Joshua Fine, the Director of Animation Development for Marvel Animation, said "It became apparent to us that the creative work that was being done to bring Hulk’s world and his villains to life was too good to relegate to his universe alone, and would be much better suited as part of an full-on Avengers scenario."

Gamma Corps producer Ciro Nieli left the canceled series and came to work on Avengers. It is currently unknown if anything from Gamma Corps eventually became Agents of S.M.A.S.H.