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 Posted: Sun Oct 16th, 2011 06:26 pm
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Not sure we ever did this tournament. Could be fun.



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Big Garea Fan wrote:
Laff-A-Lympics was great since it featured many of Hanna-Barbera's characters.

I was also a big fan of the Super Friends (Superman, Batman, Aquaman, and others) since it featured many comic heroes of the day.


You hit a couple of my early favorites right off the bat.

I was HUGE on SpiderMan around the same time, as well.

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clawmaster wrote:
This might be an upcoming tournament.

The Marvel Superheroes themed shows. Thor. Sub Mariner. Iron Man. I can only remember those three. There might be more. I only saw them in syndication. 


Are you talking about the old ones that were made in the 60s, or the ones from the 90s? If it's the 60s/70s you're talking about, there was also SpiderWoman and Hercules.

The X-Men from the 90s was really good.

The SPiderman and Batman cartoon from the 90s were good, too. There were other Marvel shows in the 90s, but I didn't get to see very much of them at all.

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The 60s.



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Herculoids
Pink Panther
The Beatles
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Jackson 5
Bullwinkle and Rocky
Harlem Globetrotters
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Best as I can recall, all from the 60s.



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thunderbolt wrote: Jackson 5

Because of their cartoon, the Jackson 5 became my first favorite band as a kid. Yes during that time, I also like the Osmond Brothers and The Partridge Family.

Three Dog Night came slightly later.

By 4th grade, I was into Alice Cooper and Led Zeppelin.

I grew up fast.



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thunderbolt wrote:
Top Cat
Herculoids
Pink Panther
The Beatles
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Jackson 5
Bullwinkle and Rocky
Harlem Globetrotters
Hot Racers

Best as I can recall, all from the 60s.


Forgot about the Globetrotters. Was that the same as the Super Globetrotters in the 70s? Or was it a precursor? Because I used to love that Super Globetrotters in the 70s.

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BayouBoogie wrote: thunderbolt wrote:
Top Cat
Herculoids
Pink Panther
The Beatles
Archies
Jackson 5
Bullwinkle and Rocky
Harlem Globetrotters
Hot Racers

Best as I can recall, all from the 60s.


Forgot about the Globetrotters. Was that the same as the Super Globetrotters in the 70s? Or was it a precursor? Because I used to love that Super Globetrotters in the 70s.

 

The Globetrotters did help out Scooby Doo.

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BayouBoogie wrote:
clawmaster wrote:
This might be an upcoming tournament.

The Marvel Superheroes themed shows. Thor. Sub Mariner. Iron Man. I can only remember those three. There might be more. I only saw them in syndication. 


Are you talking about the old ones that were made in the 60s, or the ones from the 90s? If it's the 60s/70s you're talking about, there was also SpiderWoman and Hercules.


This was just a little before them. The show ran in the early 70s in syndication. If I'm not mistaken, it came out in like '69. It was two parters, with a Capt. America ending and the 1st part of a Iron Man, for example which we had to wait for the next day to see the end.



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BayouBoogie wrote:
clawmaster wrote:
This might be an upcoming tournament.

The Marvel Superheroes themed shows. Thor. Sub Mariner. Iron Man. I can only remember those three. There might be more. I only saw them in syndication. 


Are you talking about the old ones that were made in the 60s, or the ones from the 90s? If it's the 60s/70s you're talking about, there was also SpiderWoman and Hercules.


This was just a little before them. The show ran in the early 70s in syndication. If I'm not mistaken, it came out in like '69. It was two parters, with a Capt. America ending and the 1st part of a Iron Man, for example which we had to wait for the next day to see the end.



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The Fantastic Four had their own cartoon in the late 60s that I caught on reruns as a kid in the 70s. Loved it.

Pretty much any Super Hero cartoon I was a fan of. Hated the robot cartoons of the 80s though.

GI Joe was pretty good.

I haven't read the whole thread, but if Herculoids wasn't mentioned, I gotta give props to it.

My son loved Pokemon, so I got into that through him. We logged hella hours playing Pokemon Stadium on N-64.



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As a kid, off the top of my head...

He-Man
She-Ra
GI Joe
Thundercats
Silverhawks
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Real Ghostbusters
Looney Tunes - especially Coyote & Road Runner
Tom & Jerry
Woody Woodpecker
Dennis The Menace
Muppet Babies
Garfield & Friends
Super Mario Bros. - both the Supershow w/ Captain Lou & the NBC Saturday morning cartoon
Captain N The Gamemaster
Pro Stars

As an adult:

Beavis and Butthead
South Park
Clerks



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Hymie Itsu wrote: BayouBoogie wrote:
clawmaster wrote:
This might be an upcoming tournament.

The Marvel Superheroes themed shows. Thor. Sub Mariner. Iron Man. I can only remember those three. There might be more. I only saw them in syndication. 


Are you talking about the old ones that were made in the 60s, or the ones from the 90s? If it's the 60s/70s you're talking about, there was also SpiderWoman and Hercules.


This was just a little before them. The show ran in the early 70s in syndication. If I'm not mistaken, it came out in like '69. It was two parters, with a Capt. America ending and the 1st part of a Iron Man, for example which we had to wait for the next day to see the end.

Probably not what you were talking about but in the mid to late 60's there was a program that showed Tales of Suspense comic book( Capt. America/Ironman) panel for panel on the show with voice over. They also showed Hulk from Tales to Astonish and Thor from Strange Tales. All they did was show the comic book panel on TV.



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