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  1. Starscreamsfan
    4 Days Ago
    Starscreamsfan
    Yeah, they were great. In fact, they're my favorite Batman and Robin.
  2. Starscreamsfan
    6 Days Ago
    Starscreamsfan
    Yeah. Say, what did you think of Matt Crowley as Batman and Ronald Liss as Robin???
  3. Starscreamsfan
    1 Week Ago
    Starscreamsfan
    Yes, the whole Atom Man saga is full of great action and suspense.

    Here you have an episode of another saga featuring Batman and Robin:

    https://archive.org/download/TheBest...%20of%2014.mp3
  4. Starscreamsfan
    1 Week Ago
    Starscreamsfan
    Say, you should check this episode of the Superman radio show:

    https://archive.org/download/TheBest...%20of%2019.mp3

    I tell ya, when I first heard this one, I was sure that Superman was going to die. Bud Collyer's performance is really believable (full of pain and desperation). And Mason Adams was wonderful as the Atom Man.
  5. Starscreamsfan
    1 Week Ago
    Starscreamsfan
    Oh, yes. That's my favorite toy along with Green Lantern. His gimmick is called a Computer Kick, which is exceedingly awesome. And for an 80's toy, the amount of detail is impressive. Ahhh, that's good ol' Kenner for you, their attention to detail was amazing.
  6. Starscreamsfan
    1 Week Ago
    Starscreamsfan
    Yes, they're awesome. My favorites are Green Lantern and Brainiac. I also like the Wonder Woman toy. In fact, I still have GL, Brainiac and Luthor.

    Say, which ones did you like the most???
  7. Starscreamsfan
    1 Week Ago
    Starscreamsfan
    Thanks. By the way, who would you cast if you were a time-travelling director???

    Oh, and you should check this page, in which you can check each one of the Super Powers Collection figures:

    http://www.actionfigureinsider.com/a...sp/figure.html

    And here you can check some photo galleries on each figure as well as the gimmicks each one has:

    http://cooltoyreview.com/Kenner_SP.asp
  8. Starscreamsfan
    2 Weeks Ago
    Starscreamsfan
    Say, mac. I dunno if you checked this post, but I hope you find it interesting:

    http://www.behindthevoiceactors.com/...2&postcount=28

    It's sort of a time-travelling dream cast. By the way, Matt Crowley and Ronald Liss played Batman and Robin on the Superman radio show.
  9. Starscreamsfan
    2 Weeks Ago
    Starscreamsfan
    I've always been a Green Lantern fan, and whenever I read a Green Lantern comic book, I always imagine Michael Rye's voice coming out of Hal Jordan.

    Aquaman is a pretty interesting case, because the Filmation cartoons and some SuperFriends cartoons (except Challenge of the SuperFriends and The Legendary Super Powers Show) used him pretty well, but he got completely wasted in Challenge. Whenever a big fight between the heroes and villains happened, Aquaman would be one of the first to get his butt handed to him. And the fact that Challenge is the most well-known SuperFriends cartoon doesn't help Aquaman, either. It gets worse in Legendary Super Powers Show, because, as I said in a previous message, he and the Flash only appear in the intro, yet they never appear in the show itself. So Aquaman's case has been pretty interesting.
  10. Starscreamsfan
    2 Weeks Ago
    Starscreamsfan
    Yes, those stories are just great. They introduced concepts which were exclusive to the comic books in those days (the New Gods, Gold Kryptonite, Batman's origin, Superman dying, Bizarro getting his own Justice League, etc.).

    Nice. You may not know this, but Batman's first voice over appearance was in the 1940s Superman radio show. He was played by three actors in there: Stacy Harris (in his first two appearances), Matt Crowley (regular voice) and Gary Merrill (in Batman's Great Mystery). Robin on the other hand, was always voiced by Ronald Liss. Crowley and Liss are exactly how I imagine 1939 and 1940s Bob Kane Batman and Robin to sound like. As you may well know, the Filmation cartoons had radio veterans coming in to play the heroes, and Batman and Robin were no exception. They got Olan Soule and Casey Kasem to play the Dynamic Duo (which they also played on SuperFriends, although Kasem stayed with it until the end).

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