I think he'll also do Spectacular Spider-Man, that one short lived FF show from '06, and Wolverine and the X-Men. Oh, what could have been if those shows were allowed to continue...Burnouts3s3 said:I think special mention should be mentioned to Incredible Hulk season 2 for descending into goofy camp. It felt like Marvel wanted to a She-Hulk spin-off but couldn't, so they attached her wacky adventures along with Bruce's angst.
Also, X-Men: Evolution next week. Yay.
Well, back in 2011, when the New52 was launched, they brought in the former Image/WildStorm characters, like Grifter, Voodoo, and Stormwatch. Then Team 7. To my knowledge, all have been cancelled. I'm especially disappointed we didn't get a big throw down between Stormwatch and the Justice League, but Grifter is still sticking around somewhere.Seracen said:I hope Bob addresses Wild C.A.T.S., I actually liked that show! Sure, it fluffed over some of the aspects that were not safe for kids TV (ie: Voodoo was an "exotic dancer"). Also, to be honest, it totally bought into the EXTREME aspect of the 90's (which doesn't really bother me as it seems to bother Bob), but it was fun!
EDIT: Ah, just did some research...although WildCATS had more in common with X-Men (even done by Jim Lee), eventually they were bought out by DC (which explains Grifter's weird cameo in the Flashpoint Paradox movie).