Reversing the Numbness

Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Classic Spider-Man

This is for anyone who grew up watching Spider-Man cartoons, like I did.



By the way, this is the 200th post on RtN. I've been a bit too busy to post much during the last week, but I should be able to pick it back up this week. Hopefully that trailer hot spot will open soon, because I'm still looking forward to checking it out.

10 comments:

Matthes said...

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matthes said...

Good..I loved this show! Used to watchit all the time and whenever I see it now I realize how pyschadellic it was...very 70's-ish.

Like the underground elves and when Manhatten was turned upside down and Spidey had to save everybody.

I still remember when I was a kid and they had an all day marathon one time and it was in the top ten all time days for me.

Mom! Toilets blogged! said...

About the same time, another super hero came on the front, Forbish Man. Do a search on him, he is more famous now than he was then.
Mom

Mom! Toilets blogged! said...

Oh yea, Micky, Bill, Phil, Bobby, Jerry and Brent. Whew! I almost missed Friday Music.
Mom

josh williams said...

There is no such thing as a real spider man, I tried to believe...

spooge said...

awesome post. my favorite superhero. haven't seen the latest one, but the first two were awesome.

SleekPelt said...

matthes: I watched it all the time too. I actually watched part of a couple of episodes on YouTube -- wow. I'm not sure it's aged very well.

mom: He wore a popcorn bowl on his head, right?

josh: Tell my son that and he'll smack you up.

spooge: There are some classic lyrics in the theme song. "Is he strong? Listen, bud. He's got radio-active blood." See, now that's just brilliant.

Zee said...

This show may have been one of the reasons that I developed such a love for comic books and super heros. That being said, I never really thought about how great that particular line as. "Listen, Bud." Seriously, that is brilliant.

Mungerphut said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GD_l6GiBvtU

Rob Zero said...

Fun Fact: These cartoons were directed by Ralph Baskshi, who would go on to direct adult-oriented animated features like "Fritz the Cat", "Wizards", and "American Pop".