Phineas And Ferb: Mission Marvel DVD Review

I have been a Phineas and Ferb fan ever since I watched one episode in 2010. I was actually just scrolling through channels when I chanced upon it and I’ve been hooked ever since. I just love the recurring lines and the humor of the characters. I feel like it’s a cartoon that will amuse both kids and adults alike. So you can just imagine my excitement when I was given the opportunity to receive a free copy of the newest Phineas and Ferb DVD from Disney!


For the first time ever, Phineas and Ferb are teaming up with Marvel Super Heroes (Spider-Man, Iron Man, Thor, and Hulk)! This is a landmark animated adventure where two worlds collide! And it has been released on DVD last October 1st!

Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel DVDs comes with a FREE collectible comic book inside with an exclusive Mission Marvel poster!

Synopsis: After Dr. Doofenshmirtz’s latest “-inator” scheme accidentally removes the powers of some very well-known Marvel Super Heroes (Spider-Man, Iron Man, Thor, and Hulk), the heroes enter the world of Danville and team up with Phineas and Ferb to relocate their powers, defeat the Marvel Super Villains (Red Skull, MODOK, Whiplash and Venom) – who have also shown up to steal Doofenshmirtz’s power-draining technology – and save Danville from ultimate destruction!

All Star Voices: Vincent Martella (“Everybody Hates Chris”) as Phineas Flynn; Ashley Tisdale (Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure) as Candace Flynn; Thomas Brodie-Sangster (“Game of Thrones”) as Ferb Fletcher; Caroline Rhea (“The Suite Life of Zach and Cody”) as Mom Linda Flynn-Fletcher; Richard O’Brien (The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Ever After: A Cinderella Story) as dad Lawrence Fletcher; Alyson Stoner (Step Up 3D, Camp Rock 1 & 2) as Isabella; Dee Bradley Baker (“American Dad!,” Star Wars:The Clone Wars”) as Perry the Platypus; Jeff “Swampy” Marsh (“Phineas and Ferb,” Rocko’s Modern Life) as Major Monogram; Dan Povenmire (“James Bond Jr.,” “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”) as Dr. Doofenshmirtz; Tyler Mann (“Modern Family” “Weeds”) as Carl; John Viener (Ted, “Family Guy”) as Norm; Maulik Pancholy (“30 Rock,” Hitch, 27 Dresses) as Baljeet; Bobby Gaylor (“The Bernie Mac Show,” “Phineas and Ferb”) as Buford; Jack McBrayer (Wreck It Ralph, Despicable Me) as Irving; Drake Bell (“Ultimate Spiderman,” High Fidelity) as Spider-Man; Adrian Pasdar (“Heroes,” “Ultimate Spider-Man”) as Iron Man; Travis Willingham (The Guardian, Secondhand Lions) as Thor; Fred Tatasciore (“Ultimate Spider-Man,” “The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes”) as Hulk; Liam O’Brien (“Marvel’s Avengers Assemble”, “Sofia the First”) as Red Skull; Charlie Adler (Aladdin, “Marvel’s Avengers Assemble”) as M.O.D.O.K.; Peter Stormare (Fargo, Armageddon) as Whiplash; Danny Trejo (Machete, Heat) as Venom; Chi McBride (I, Robot, Gone in Sixty Seconds) as Nick Fury & Stan Lee also guest stars as himself

Creators and Executive Producers: Dan Povenmire (TV’s “Family Guy” and “The Simpsons”) and Jeff “Swampy” Marsh (TV’s “Rocko’s Modern Life” and “The Simpsons”)

Each DVD pack includes a 1-Disc DVD, a collectible comic book and an exclusive Marvel poster (each DVD will be packaged at random with one of 3 distinct Marvel posters). Episodes included in the DVD are as follows:
1 – “Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel”
2 – “Fly on the Wall”
3 – “Sidetracked (Part 1 and 2)”
4 – “Primal Perry (Part 1 and 2)”
5 – “Backyard Hodge Podge”
6 – “Where’s Pinky”
7 – “Knot My Problem/Mind Share”

Phineas And Ferb Mission Marvel

My husband, son and I watched all the episodes on the DVD, but I must admit I’ve already watched some of them on Xfinity On Demand (Phineas and Ferb fan here, remember?). We really enjoyed watching them and my son loved seeing IronMan and Spiderman together with Phineas and Ferb. He kept on saying “Wow! Aaman (Ironman)!” and “Wow! Padaman (Spiderman)!” and just “Wow!” when he sees Phineas and Ferb. Their names are still too complicated for him. LOL

My personal favorite character is Dr. Doofenshmirtz. I love how he always tells a backstory about his inators, and how he’s not such a bad guy — he’s even sometimes really nice to Agent P (Perry the Platypus). And of course, how can I not love his accent?!

Now that it’s getting really cold outside, there’s more time for us to watch more movies. Try including Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel in your list! It may not be your usual “movie” but it can be fun for children of all ages!


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