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Old April 27 2011, 04:37 PM   #46
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Re: Favorite Comic Based Superhero TV Shows

Batman:Gotham Knights 1997-1999 animated tv series, The Batman 2004-2008 animated tv series, Flash Gordon 1979-1981 animated tv series(Filmation), Wonder Woman 1975-1979 live-action tv series(Lynda Carter)
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Old April 27 2011, 05:04 PM   #47
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Re: Favorite Comic Based Superhero TV Shows

I don't really feel like starting a whole other thread for a slightly related question, so I'm just gonna ask it here.
Are Iron Man: Armored Adventures and Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes worth watching? I've been debating checking them out on Marvel.com, but I was curious to here some opinions first.
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Old April 27 2011, 05:35 PM   #48
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I don't really feel like starting a whole other thread for a slightly related question, so I'm just gonna ask it here.
Are Iron Man: Armored Adventures and Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes worth watching? I've been debating checking them out on Marvel.com, but I was curious to here some opinions first.
Armored Adventures, Yes.

World's Greatest Heroes, sadly No.
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Old April 27 2011, 06:29 PM   #49
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I definitely enjoyed FF 2000s more than Iron Man 2000s. I thought FF was pretty faithful to the comics without being stupid, whereas Teen Iron Man with the awful cel-shaded graphics was definitely not as entertaining. It didn't help that Iron Man has a pretty lame rogue's gallery, though.
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I definitely enjoyed FF 2000s more than Iron Man 2000s. I thought FF was pretty faithful to the comics without being stupid, whereas Teen Iron Man with the awful cel-shaded graphics was definitely not as entertaining. It didn't help that Iron Man has a pretty lame rogue's gallery, though.
I'll take Tony's teen angst and crappy rogue's gallery over Johnny Storm's paintbrush haircut any day.
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