Little Angel releases a Marvel superhero song for kids that mixes The Avengers with animals. The world of superheroes can be a hard thing to navigate if you're a little kid. Sure, they might well recognize characters like Iron Man, The Hulk, or Black Widow, but chances are, if the kids in your life are small, they won't have seen the movies. That doesn't stop superheroes from all franchises being hugely popular though, especially Marvel.
In fact, it's something companies are acutely aware of, which is why there's so much marketing and merchandise aimed at the very young. There's also cartoons, of course, such as Marvel's Avengers Assemble, Guardians of the Galaxy, or Spider-Man, which all air on Disney XD, as well as multiple LEGO incarnations of different superhero factions. Shows such as these are popular for a reason: they're easily accessible storylines with instantly recognizable characters, and given half a chance, kids will watch them for hours.
Our sister YouTube channel, Little Angel, has taken this one step further by turning Iron Man, Spider-Man, The Hulk and more into possibly the cutest versions of themselves imaginable. Gather all the small people in your life, and take a look above. Artwork of the various superhero animals can be found in the gallery below:
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Do you love it as much as we do? No doubt the kids in your life will have a favorite one, or two, or all of them. We're torn between Iron Lionman, and Spider Pig. Black Widow is a squirrel! Captain America is a panda! The Hulk is a gummy bear! While the song is a whole heap of fun, even after you've watched it several times, it also serves as a way to get kids and adults talking about superheroes - their powers, their origins, and why they seek to make the world a better place.
It's a tough world out there, and right now, we need superheroes to make it a better place. If they're super cute, like gummy bear Hulk, then so much the better. As adults, we are hyper-aware that these superheroes are flawed, and are presented as such in Marvel's cinematic offerings. They're also shining examples of strength, determination, courage in the face of adversity, and trying to make the world a better place through our actions. The song also serves as a great chance for adults to geek out with the kids in their life, as if we needed a reason.
Source: Little Angel