What if the Avengers were one big happy family living under one roof, just like the Tanners in Full House? That's what one hilarious new fan-made video images. And the outcome is nothing short of perfect. The summer movie season kicked off in early May with Captain America: Civil War, which featured almost all of The Avengers. Now summer ends, showing us these troubled heroes in a much different way. This new mashup video is set to the catchy Full House theme song. If you've always wanted to see these Marvel heroes get their own sitcom, this is as close as we'll probably ever come.

A YouTube user dubbed "Zach Ace" put this 90-second video together, taking footage from numerous MCU movies, including Avengers: Age of Ultron and Captain America: The Winter Soldier. The footage is also taken from various gag reels, showcasing some of the lighter moments in these Marvel Cinematic Universe movies, which would be ideal for any sitcom-style opening credits sequence. They even used footage from the shawarma post-credit scene in the 2012 blockbuster The Avengers, which essentially replaces the picnic scene at the end of the Full House credit sequence.

This video comes at a time when both franchises are incredibly popular. Earlier this year, Netflix debuted the hit spin-off series Fuller House, which has already been renewed for a second season. It was also announced this summer that the streaming service will be the exclusive pay TV home for all of Disney's movies, including all future big screen Marvel and Star Wars adventures. While the Marvel movies, Full House and Fuller House couldn't be more different, they can be watched under the same platform on Netflix.

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A Full House mashup with Marvel makes a lot more sense than doing a similar video with the DCEU, which has been criticized in the past for its "no jokes" policy. While there is certainly no shortage of footage on the Marvel side with their heroes smiling and having a good time, the search for such footage on the DC side would likely be a tireless affair, due to their movies being much more serious in nature. Still, perhaps this DC mashup would be the perfect type of challenge for YouTube editors like "Zach Ace."

In addition, Zach Ace has debuted another video that features his Marvel heroes mashup side by side with the original Full House opening credits sequence. The side-by-side video shows that Zach Ace had synced up the Olsen Twins' credit footage with their sister, Elizabeth Olsen, who plays Scarlet Witch. Given the growing popularity of the MCU, on both the movie and TV side, Marvel is already planning their own sitcom with The New Warriors, which will feature Squirrel Girl. Take a look at this video below, and just imagine the possibilities of a superhero sitcom.