The Marvel Animated Cartoons were the best. They really brought out the action and the fun of the Marvel superheroes like Spider-Man, Silver Surfer, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man, The Fantastic Four, and The X-men. They had really cool storylines and awesome twists with classic villians. They made a mistake canceling some of those series'. What do you think? Should they have kept some of the old series' or not?
You know what superhero animated series was truly awesome? The 1994 Iron Man Animated series. It had everything: action, a good storyline, cool characters, humor, and even a little romance. It was especially cool in the second season, with the instant-adapting armor, and the bio-tech armor; the samurai armor also looked cool. The theme for the second season and the theme song was seriously awesome. Why did they have to end the series? They made a big mistake ending this series, it was AWESOME!
Who Should Dick Grayson Pick As A Girlfriend,Starfire or Oracle?
I think Dick Grayson should pick Starfire to be his girlfriend. Dick and Starfire have a special link, a chemistry, that Dick and Oracle simply don't have. Also, Dick and Starfire have spent allot of time together in the Teen Titans, and that has brought them very close. It all started when Starfire kissed him to absorb the language. Although Dick does care for Oracle, He cares for Starfire allot more. Oracle didn't accept his proposal of marriage, but, Starfire was eager to marry Dick (It was unforeseen circumstances that prevented it). Starfire is still in love with Dick Grayson even after the events of Blackest Night, what does that tell you?
The Red Hulk is General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross! The Red She-Hulk is Betty Ross! I would have never guessed it! I thought Betty Ross was died and gone, but now to find out she is the Red She-Hulk! Wow! Just...Wow!
I recently bought Amazing Spider-Man #630, and I have to say it had it's ups and downs. On the upside, the detail of the comic book artwork in this issue was really detailed and realistic. It also brought out the savageness that is the Lizard. Another good thing was it brought the Black Cat into the story to once again fight crime alongside Spider-Man. It showed the conflict in Peter Parker's personal life; which woman should he date: Carlie Cooper, his newest love interest, or the Black Cat, a female vigilante who lives on the wild side. Next, it showed how Curtis Conner's life is getting along since the events of Brand New Day; it turns out that he is no longer a professor at E.S.U., or a top researcher, but a pharmacist working at a drug store for minimum wage. The downside is that it doesn't give enough explanation as to how Curt Conner's got to this point. Also, it doesn't have enough action in it until right at the end and then it just cuts off, but I guess that is just to build suspense. I can't wait until I get my hands on Amazing Spider-Man #631. Start the Conversation