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 Posted: Tue Sep 3rd, 2019 11:33 pm
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Erick Von Erich

 

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I believe all of Marvel's old cartoons (1980's and earlier) are owned by them. They used to sell videos of 2 or 3 episodes of "Marvel Super Heroes" and even "Spider-Woman" in the early 90's.

"Marvel Super Heroes" always sounds cool and a Marvel Zombie's dream. Cap! Thor! Iron Man! Hulk! Namor! But then you watch one or two episodes and you're shot. They're basically someone reading a comic to you, with low-level "animation" borrowed directly from the comics. Still...would be a Fun to Have.

I think Spider-Man '66 (IN COLOR) was on Netflix, circa 2011. I definitely used Netflix to watch the 1980 "Spider-Man" and "Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends", back then. Netflix stopped showing them all around 2013.

Curious about the 80's Marvel/Sunbow projects (GI Joe, Transformers, Bigfoot & the Muscle Machines, Robotix, Jem, Robocop, etc.). With FOX ownership, the 90's-2000's Spidey and X-men shows can go up. Even the weird 1998 Silver Surfer series and 1999's "Avengers: United We Stand".

It's all worthless speculation on my part, until I find a list of "Marvel Stuff that will be on Disney +".

On the Disney side, I'd be happy with the original DuckTales. And original Mickey Mouse Club, just so I can give my wife some context on the "Annette's getting pretty big" line from "Stand By Me".



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