We all remember this… Just going to plop this down for everybody to think about, but I think we have already seen the “new” planet where Thor and Hulk are going.
The Kree Monolith was a gateway to a planet. Which planet? Hmmm… Perhaps Kree? More than likely. We’ve had a few Kree connections in “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”. Ragnarok is, traditionally, a tale of the end of the world, in which (Thousand plus year old Spoiler) Thor dies.
I am pretty positive that this won’t be a “Planet Hulk”, but it should be a buddy flick, full of fun, laughs and incredible battles. Oh, also, I don’t think that they will actually kill off the Son of Odin but there will probably be a huge change in his world.
So there I was, again, searching through random image on Google when I came up with the idea to do a post about the WORST attempts at live action Superhero shows ever. Well, I found several lists along with images and the world has enough negative posts about everything.
I decided to post a few images of, what I feel to be, the best executions of superhero(ish) characters to make it to the small screen. I won’t list (Green) Arrow, the Flash, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., or the bad-assness of Dare Devil, since they all go without saying that they are some of the best shows to date based on comic book material. So without further ado I bring you, in no particular order, my favorite heroes that can be found on television.
Tw of the best heroes ever, Mr. Tom Baker, the fourth Doctor and Liz Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith 🙂
I still love this show.
Xena. Nuff Said.
Yes. This is going to be a great show. Trust me.
The Monster Squad was another favorite. Supernatural Superheroes.
Still a classic.
My first crush. ^_^
Tarzan was always a favorite show of mine in the early 1970’s.
Guy Williams as Zorro!
Before Reeve there was Reeves.
Justin Hartleys Green Arrow and Michael Shanks Hawkman Smallville Justice League episode
Doctor Fate (Brent Stait) and Stargirl (Britt Irvin) Smallville Justice League episode
Beastmaster was an okay show.
Campy, yes, but still a fun show to enjoy OR make fun of.
I don’t remember much about this show, except that it impressed me when I was in the sixth grade.
Ultraman! The show responsible for my ultra geekness!
Rex Smith played Daredevil in the late 80’s. Recognise the suit?
The Power of Isis
Man From Atlantis from 1977
The Kato show… oh I mean the Green Hornet 😉
This fits the spirit of the superhero show.
Super Spies rank right up there as well. Wild, Wild West.
So we are a few weeks into the new series which airs each Tuesday night. The first week was strong and the second with action packed but with an added dose of Nick Fury. There is Agent Coulson’s ongoing mystery as to his recuperation from being, well, dead and that is highlighted by some of his field skills being “rusty”. Still a pretty good show.
As of this third episode, however, the only thing tying the program to the Marvel universe is Clark Gregg. If he were not a part of this show then I wouldn’t know that it occupies the same universe as the Avengers and that is a bad thing. I am a die-hard Marvel and DC comics fan (yes Arrow is back tonight on the CW!) so I will support this show with every fiber of my being since it is pretty good. That being said, as an hour long action/drama program it would be on my “I’d watch it if there wasn’t something better on” list if it wasn’t Marvel. Bring in more Super Beings! Showcase some of the B-List heroes. Marvel doesn’t apologize for super powers it their movies so let’s not tip-toe around them on the small screen. This would be a perfect place to introduce Heroes For Hire and test the waters for spin-offs or whatever. Bring the heat, Marvel!
This will be a day long remembered… Well maybe not but it is pretty exciting news either way. The time of Geek TV has arrived. How long will it last? The true indicator will be if we will see a return of Star Trek to the small screen.