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Iron Man 60's cartoons

i don't think they are on dvd as yet i have two vhs cassetes though the death of tony stark and enter the titanium man
 
Not really a movie spoiler-forums discussion. =\
 
Didn't know where else to put it. No one uses the non spoiler forum, and I wanted to ask a question of anyone who did have them on DVD.
 
Bump that, you need some of this:

 
I have them on a bootleg type DVD that I bought from a comic shop, I think, is in California. I could check on that tonight at home.
 
I have the 1960s animated series on DVD. It has some nice 1960s Iron Man artwork on the case. The theme song is a classic.
 
I looked at my DVDs. I have Hulk, Captain America, Sub Mariner, Thor and Iron Man. There's no card or identification inside of who makes them. They're obviously a direct transfer from a VHS tape. I'm almost sure I got it out of some store in California on line. However, I found stuff like this in a comic shop in Manhattan. Also you can find stuff like this all the time at comic conventions and I even found them at a Star Trek convention in Chicago last year. Hope that helps.
 
I have them on a bootleg type DVD that I bought from a comic shop, I think, is in California. I could check on that tonight at home.

I have the 1960s animated series on DVD. It has some nice 1960s Iron Man artwork on the case. The theme song is a classic.

Thanks, guys. What I just wanted to know was, is there an episode about the origin of Iron Man?
 
I looked at my DVDs. I have Hulk, Captain America, Sub Mariner, Thor and Iron Man. There's no card or identification inside of who makes them. They're obviously a direct transfer from a VHS tape. I'm almost sure I got it out of some store in California on line. However, I found stuff like this in a comic shop in Manhattan. Also you can find stuff like this all the time at comic conventions and I even found them at a Star Trek convention in Chicago last year. Hope that helps.

That store in Manhattan wasn't called Midtown Comics, was it? I was there a couple of years ago and I could have sworn I saw a DVD of the Hulk cartoons. I would have bought it, but I live in Ireland, and I don't have a multi region DVD player. Thanks for the advice about where I can get them, but, for some bizarre reason, the Namor, Captain America, Thor, and Iron Man cartoons are all available on Region 2, either separately or in a single box set, but not on Region 1. And the Hulk cartoons have been completely left out. Also, you can get the Iron Man 90's cartoon on Region 2, but again, not on Region 1. And you can't get the Hulk 90's cartoon at all, unless you buy that set that came out a few years ago that only had the first couple of episodes of both the 90's and 60's cartoons. Here are the links for where you can buy the stuff that is available from Amazon.co.uk for anyone in the UK or Ireland.

Namor the Sub-Mariner 60's cartoons available here
Captain America 60's cartoons available here​
The Mighty Thor 60's cartoons available here​
Iron Man 60's cartoons available here​
All four series in the one box set available here​
Iron Man 90's cartoon series available here​
 
Jonathan,

I do believe it was Midtown Comics. I've been there several times. They have lots of old episodes that never made it "legally" to DVD. They have the Star Trek original series blooper reel there too. I'd been looking for that for years.

As to your question as to if they show Iron Man's origin.....I believe they do. Have to admit, I haven't watched that set since it was in reruns when I was a kid. But I seem to remember that.
 
Thanks for the info, :). Now if only they'd bring out the Hulk cartoons. It seems so silly to bring out all four of the others, especially in a single box set, but not even mention the Hulk.
 
I remember watching these cartoons dubbed in Spanish in Ecuador in the 90's, very awful but at least you saw some classic Kirby and Ditko art come to life in animation (if you can call it that).

The stories were pretty much lifted from the current crop of comics that Marvel was putting out.
 
maybe paramount will release the dvdsof all three seres { 60's 80's &90's] since they're dooing the new hulk movie
 
maybe paramount will release the dvdsof all three seres { 60's 80's &90's] since they're dooing the new hulk movie
Fat chance, they barely released a few Hulk episodes when the first movie came out.
 
I tried to watch a 60´s Iron man cartoon not long ago but gave up half way through, it was just way to bad!

Still, the Hulk one was worse and considering I´m a big Hulk fan that´s saying something.
 
I'd still like to own all of them (Subby, Cap, Hulk, Thor, Shellhead) for the nostalgia factor. I remember it was one of my favourite cartoons back when I was about 5 or 6, and of course, back then, I didn't notice how crap it was. I don't remember the Subby segments at all though. Maybe they never showed them on that station for some reason.
 

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