The Marvel Super Heroes

The Marvel Super Heroes
US Premiere: Sep 01, 1966
US Conclusion: 1966

Seasons: 1
Episodes: 65

Popularity: 677th All Time, 648th This Week

Franchise: Marvel Universe
Characters on BTVA: 59
The Marvel Super Heroes The Marvel Super Heroes
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said at 5:12 PM on Tue Oct 17 2017
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When Captain America throws his mighty shieeeeeld!
said at 5:01 PM on Sun Oct 22 2017
@Ghosty404 All those who chose to oppose his shield must yiiiieeeeld!
said at 1:38 AM on Wed Oct 25 2017
@Metabad If he's led to a fight and a duel is due,
Then the red and the white and the blue'll come through.

When Captain America throws his mighty shieeeeeeellllddddd.
said at 7:31 PM on Tue Dec 13 2016
 2 Shout Outs!
Despite the nearly nonexistent budget, this show worked surprisingly well. It managed to bring Marvel not only to the small screen, but to the world of animation, where it's thrived ever since.
said at 2:41 PM on Mon Apr 18 2016
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This is great.

.. Not GREAAAAAT, but so bad it's great.
said at 10:00 AM on Tue Jul 14 2015
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So this is basically the first ever motion comic?
said at 5:45 PM on Tue Dec 22 2015

Yeah man
said at 7:23 AM on Wed Mar 11 2015
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I absolutely enjoyed this show. The comic book art is quite awesome, and the limited animation it's just part of it's charm.

Unfortunately, a lot of the vocal performances in this show don't really hold up today. The same goes for the 1978 Fantastic Four cartoon, the 1979 Spider-Woman and the 1981 solo Spider-Man cartoon, which had performances that were passable for the time, but they haven't aged well.

This is extremely unfortunate, because other Marvel cartoons like the 1967 Fantastic Four, 1967 Spidey, Spider-Friends, 1982 Hulk and the 1989 X-Men pilot have great voice performances that are quite timeless and still hold up today.

However, there are still some performances in this show that keep having the impact they have now, and those are:

-Bernard Cowan as the Narrator and the Melter

-Len Carlson as Quicksilver

-John Vernon as Iron Man and the Sub-Mariner

-Chris Wiggins as Thor and Byrrah

-Max Ferguson as the Hulk

-Sandy Becker as Captain America

-Paul Soles as Happy Hogan

-Gillie Fenwick as the Radioactive Man and the Space Phantom

-Ed McNamara as the Swordsman and Titanium Man

-Paul Kligman as Krang

-Len Birman as Hercules

-Vita Linder as Sharon Carter and Peggy Carter

Those are the performances that I think still leave some kind of an impact.

However, this show is still a nice retelling of the comic book stories.
said at 7:25 AM on Wed Mar 11 2015
"However, there are still some performances in this show that keep having the impact they HAVE NOW"

I meant "HAD THEN".
said at 1:46 PM on Wed Jul 23 2014
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All these pictures are based on the artwork of Jack Kirby, Chic Stone, Paul Reinman, Steve Ditko, Don Heck, Dick Ayers, Vince Colletta, Gene Colan, John Tartaglione, John Romita, Frank Giacoia, and Mike Esposito. My dad and I are probably the biggest MARVEL collectors.
said at 1:44 PM on Wed Jul 23 2014
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They keep leaving out many characters on this page, and so you can see who they are on my website
said at 6:23 PM on Sat Jun 14 2014
The Ringmaster is one of my all-time favorite characters in the whole show.
Nightmare Crusher
said at 4:23 PM on Wed Oct 16 2013
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Haven't seen much of the show, but the theme song they gave Hulk was pretty bad. Ain't he unglamorous?
said at 12:11 PM on Sat Oct 19 2013
@Nightmare Crusher Who is that lov-a-ble, TENDER LOVIN' HULK?


It's like the exact opposite kind of theme you'd expect the Hulk to have, hahah!

Ever hear Captain America's theme song? That one's probably my favourite.
Nightmare Crusher
said at 12:17 PM on Sat Oct 19 2013
@Metabad WHEN CAPTAIN AMERICA THROWS HIS MIGHTY SHIELD! That probably is the best one.
said at 12:50 PM on Thu Oct 24 2013
@Nightmare Crusher I thought it was awesome in a cheesy so-bad-it's-good way, it was definitely more entertaining than the rest of what I saw.
said at 6:34 PM on Fri Oct 25 2013
@PsychicVoiceSpy I agree, I used to really hate it as a kid but nowadays I just look back and laugh at it. It's not really good either way but hey at least it's entertaining.
said at 5:24 PM on Tue Oct 15 2013
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I watched a little of the Hulk part, and the animation makes Scooby Doo look like a Hayao Miyazaki production in comparison.
Foxwolf (Admin)
said at 6:36 PM on Thu Feb 11 2010
how do you mean exactly?
said at 5:43 PM on Tue Jul 31 2012
@Foxwolf- why did my comment get erased?
NCZ (Admin)
said at 5:53 PM on Tue Jul 31 2012
@Cappuccino Because mistakes should be pointed out in the forums, not the comments.
said at 11:31 PM on Tue Jul 31 2012
@NCZ-Okay, but what if there's no forum specificly for the 1966 Marvel Super Heroes. Does the mistake get corrected?
said at 10:36 PM on Wed Feb 10 2010
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You should also add the hero's own themes as well.
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