Captain America The Animated Series – Blockbuster Buster

The First Avenger nearly had his own Animated Show in the 90s and ERod is going to tell you all about it.

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  1. Interesting facts about this never-made cartoon. One must wonder if they took plot concepts from this show, and incorporated them into the first Captain America movie.

  2. 3:20 I Spy with my little eye……….
    Bill & Ted, Woody Woodpecker, Bugs & Tweety, The X-Men, Digimon, Tiny Toons, Alvin & The Chipmunks, Tom & Jerry Kids, Masked Rider, (Forever Red) Power Rangers, VR Troopers, Donkey & Diddy Kong, Taz, Animaniacs, Angela Anaconda, Dungeons & Dragons, Sam & Max, Wallace & Grombit, Magic School Bus, Beetlejuice, The Incredible Crash Test Dummies, Batman, Big Guy & Rusty, The Tick, Spider-Man, Carmen Sandiego
    Nice image, where can I find it??

    As for your request, how about a “documentary” concerning
    Adam West portrays Ty Lookwell, a washed-up actor whose claim to fame was a very sucessful cop show, who is now trying to solve “real” crimes as a PI, much to the chagrin of the actual police department.
    It was written by Conan O’Brien.

  3. How about doing a video on the unaired pilot of the Justice League Live Action TV series?

  4. Dude it’s batman. He’s beat Captain America.

  5. Yes! The Legends of Fandom series continues. I approve!

  6. I hate to nitpick, Erod, but Captain America has peak human strength, not super human strength. In any case, it’s only because of fandom and writing that Batman was able to beat him. In the DC VS Marvel comic mini series, Batman didn’t actually defeat Cap; the two of them merely fought to a standstill before deciding to join forces.

  7. Actually I’d be interested in hearing your opinion of Spider-Man Unlimited and it’s lead voice actor Rino Romano.

  8. Batman won that fight due to fan votes, not logic in storytelling.
    Wasn’t Ironman’s show also on UPN?

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