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Sunday, March 05, 2006

I'm making a list and checking it twice

Because I am the world's most obsessive compulsive comic book/superhero/cartoon geek, I'm compiling a list of every cartoon ever produced involving Marvel characters. Let me know if I missed one:

The Marvel Superheroes (1966)
Spider-Man (1967)
The Fantastic Four (1967)
The New Fantastic Four (1978)
Spider-Woman (1979, ABC)
Fred and Barney Meet the Thing (1979)
Spider-Man (1981)
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends (1981-86, NBC)
The Incredible Hulk (1982, NBC)
Pryde of the X-Men (1989, 30 min. special)
X-Men (1992-97, Fox)
Spider-Man (1994, Fox)
The Fantastic Four (1994-96, Marvel Action Hour)
Iron Man (1994-96, Marvel Action Hour)
The Incredible Hulk (1996-97, UPN)
The Silver Surfer (1998, Fox)
Spider-Man Unlimited (1999, Fox)
Avengers (1999, Fox)
X-Men: Evolution (2000-03, The WB)
Spider-Man (2003, MTV)
Ultimate Avengers (2006, DVD)
Ultimate Avengers 2 (2006, DVD)
Iron Man (2006, DVD)
Fantastic Four (2006, Cartoon Network)
Doctor Strange (2007, DVD)

5 Comments:

At 2:28 PM, Blogger RobB said...

There was a THING cartoon in the early eighties. It barely resembled Ben Grimm, from what I remember. What I remember the most though, is some kid yelling "THING RING! DO YOUR THING!" and a brick wall cutaway scene would explode and cover him and out would emerge THE THING.

Good to see you blogging again!

gugyneo!

 
At 2:32 PM, Blogger Franklin said...

I've got that one. It's the "Fred and Barney Meet the Thing" show from 1979.

 
At 7:39 AM, Blogger RobB said...

I hadn't realized that, didn't realize Fred and Barney were a part of that cluster-f.

 
At 9:08 PM, Anonymous Kurt said...

Outside of the very new stuff, I wonder how many of these Marvel actually owns the rights to.

 
At 9:45 PM, Blogger Franklin said...

I don't think Marvel has the rights to any of it except, possibly, the new Lionsgate DVDs. Everything else is owned by Disney (via buying Saban, which bought Marvel Entertainment, which was DePatie-Freling) or Warner Bros. ("X-Men: Evolution" and the shows produced by Hanna-Barbara).

 

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