Not content with the success of the Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon (or the Marvel Universe block on Disney XD, which has seemingly managed to outlast DC Network on Cartoon Network judging by recent events), Marvel was talking about its next animated series this weekend at NYCC, revealing details about the casts of both Avengers Assemble and Hulk and the Agents of SMASH.

There are plenty of familiar voices appearing in both shows, with Avengers Assemble - a new series featuring the movie line-up of Hulk, Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, Hawkeye and Black Widow, alongside newcomer Falcon - starring the vocal talents of Heroes' Adrian Pasdar as Iron Man, Wreck-It-Ralph's Roger Craig Smith as Captain America and Travis Willingham as Thor, alongside Laura Bailey, Bumper Robinson, Troy Baker and Fred Tatasciore as the incredible Hulk.

Tatasciore also voices Bruce Banner's alter-ego in the Agents of SMASH series, amid an even more star-studded cast that includes Clancy Brown as the Red Hulk, Eliza Dushku as She-Hulk and Seth Green as A-Bomb, as well as Ben Diskin as Skaar.

The two shows are both being headed up by producers with comic book experience; Man of Action Studios' Steven Seagle, Joe Casey, Joe Kelly and Duncan Rouleau are handling Avengers, while Paul Dini is co-running Hulk with Star Wars: The Clone Wars' Henry Gilroy.

Both shows are set for a summer 2013 debut.

[Via Marvel]

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