With the Marvel Cinematic Universe reaching its climatic conclusion to 10 years of serialised storytelling, Josh from Panels to Pixels takes a look at the Marvel Animated Series of the 90s; its history and how its legacy can still be felt in pop culture today.
From 1992 - 2000, eight shows across 253 episodes made up the Marvel Animated Universe, introducing a whole generation to the characters that would go on to dominate box offices worldwide.
They were: X-Men, Iron Man, Fantastic Four, Spider-Man, Incredible Hulk, Silver Surfer, Spider-Man Unlimited and Avengers United They Stand.
So dust off your video tapes, grab a bowl of breakfast cereal and get stuck in to this video essay/documentary/love letter to the cartoons of our childhood.
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SPECIAL THANKS TO: Adam Chapman from the Comic Shenanigans podcast for allowing me to use audio from his conversation with Eric and Julia Lewald.
Comic Shenanigans Episode 560: A conversation with Eric and Julia Lewald https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-x7g9a-8da9d2
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