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Hi!

I want tro compare the Spider-Man movies with the 1967 cartoon series.

So, which one do you prefer:

-movie Spider-Man or cartoon Spider-Man?

-movie J. Jonah Jameson or cartoon J. Jonah Jameson?

-movie Betty Brant or cartoon Betty Brant?

-movie Aunt May or cartoon Aunt May?

-movie Mary-Jane Watson or cartoon Mary-Jane Watson?

-movie Green Goblin or cartoon Green Goblin?

-movie Dr. Octopus or cartoon Dr. Octopus?



What do you think?
 
I haven't really seen that much of the original Spider-Man cartoon series. I've only seen one episode.
 
I remember in the 90s toon betty was black and considerably older almost as old as JJJ.
 
Betty Brant was never in the show.The black woman who your thinking of was Glory Grant
 
turning point and armed and dangerous are both the 90s equivalents to what we saw on the bigscreen.

they are both better than the films we got.

as for the older cartoons, i am unaware since i have not watched any with the goblin in and only one with dr octopus
 
Odin's Lapdog said:
turning point and armed and dangerous are both the 90s equivalents to what we saw on the bigscreen.

they are both better than the films we got.

:up:

It's crazy when you think a 20 minute episode of a cartoon achieved more than a 2 hour multi million dollar movie did.
 
Talk about having nothing to talk about, this was in the SM2 forum and has nothing to do with SM3, sigh. :(
 
Although "Turning point" and "Armed & Dangerous" have many elements of "Spider-Man" and "Spider-Man 2," the first movie didn't have the Green Goblin being so polite, 'Shhh, she's sleeping', when invading Aunt May's bedroom (although the costume in the Animated Series was much better)! Also, the movie sequel never had Felicia Hardy being kidnapped by Dock Ock. But these are only minor quibbles, here is the answere to your question:

Spider-Man- '67 toon

Aunt May- Movie

J. Jonah Jameson- '67 toon

Green Goblin- '67 toon

Doctor Octopus- Movie


I am not sure about M.J. or Betty, because they weren't in any of the episodes that I saw.

Stick a fork in me, I'm done!
Animated Spider-Man of the 90s
 
The 90s cartoon series and the movies are the best I've seen
 
^I agree, I like the 90s cartoon and movies the best.

I didn't like the 60s show that much, I've only seen about 5 episodes.
 
Jlandsw said:
The 90s cartoon series and the movies are the best I've seen

i'd have to agree there, i love both and think they've made a fantastic transition to the silver screen, i have no quarms about how SM3 will turn out...total faith in the system, raimi the actors and the little baby jesus
 
I liked the 90s series.. But it hasnt withstood the test of time :p its def not in the same class as Batman The animated series. but really what is???.. But its still alright I guess.
 
Eh... the 60s cartoon had a great theme song and that's about the extent of it. I mean come on - Spider-Man swung all the way from New York to the Everglades in that show.

That's friggin' ridiculous no matter how you slice it.
 
Cyclops said:
Eh... the 60s cartoon had a great theme song and that's about the extent of it. I mean come on - Spider-Man swung all the way from New York to the Everglades in that show.

That's friggin' ridiculous no matter how you slice it.
Ahahaha, I saw that one. Talk about conserving gas.
 
Immortalfire, what is the name of that episode? I would like to see it for the sheer absurdness of it all:rolleyes:

Stick a fork in me, I'm done!

Animated Spider-Man of the 90s
 
The 60s show was ok. Anyone into the 80s series?? I know it only lasted a season, but I thought it was pretty good.
 
I've only seen the 90's cartoon and I like them both but I like the movie better.
 

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