Our look at Marvel's TV history comes to a close with their modern animated series.
Retro Marvel TV
MovieBob takes a look back at Marvel's TV past.
Marvel wasn't always as incapable of doing wrong as its current cinematic efforts would suggest, which was very evident in their slew of 90s cartoons.
Marvel made a lot cartoons in the 90s -- but only a couple of them really worked. Today we're talking about the better of their 90s efforts with The X-Men and Spider-Man.
The Marvel cartoons of the 80s cemented characters like Spider-Man in the minds of a generation of kids.
Marvel's television efforts weren't always hits, but that didn't stop the company from trying. And trying.
You read that right: in the 90s, David Hasselhoff was TV-movie Nick Fury.
Fox's first attempt at bringing the X-Men to live action was less than a resounding success.
Like many of Marvel's 70 TV efforts, Captain America didn't really hit the mark.
Early attempts to bring Marvel's Sorcerer Supreme to video didn't really pan out.
The secret origins of... Supaidaman?
Peter Parker's 70s television series was mercifully short-lived... at least in America.
Though the TV series was over, it wasn't the end of The Incredible Hulk.
It's the success of the 70s live-action The Incredible Hulk that launched us towards the superhero-filled movieplexes of today.