I don't know about you, but I'd rather see them as separate from the Marvel group, save for a couple of annual crossovers.
By have them as part of the Lost Generation/First Line (and maybe The Twelve) Harvey's superheroes can be incorporated into the Marvel Universe without affect that much:I don't know about you, but I'd rather see them as separate from the Marvel group, save for a couple of annual crossovers.
I looked up the Lost Generation and clicked on your Harvey Heroes link, but if you say that incorporating them into the universe wouldn't affect that much, then I guess it could work.
Do to Marvel's sliding timeline the Lost Generation storyline was set in between Marvel's golden age and the first appearance of the Fantastic Four, which is almost always about ten to fifteen years before the then current era.I looked up the Lost Generation and clicked on your Harvey Heroes link, but if you say that incorporating them into the universe wouldn't affect that much, then I guess it could work.
Men in Black: The Series as a DIC Entertainment cartoon? It could be more likely than you think.The only candidate I can think of if Malibu Comics. It is worth noting that Malibu bought out Aircel Comics whose most famous property is Men in Black so that would be an interesting twist.
that gave me a pretty good laugh, well done, and well written!Disclaimer: [snip]
He Man (1987), Manly or Gay?
From the Manly or Gay? With Dirk and Donny Netcast, June 1st, 1997
1, how poetic Bruce Willis' everyman film that marked the end of the Masculine Greek-God era was called Nothing Can Last, and 2, I wonder if the title being closer to Roderick Thorpe's book means we'll get a more faithful adaptation (terrorists are genuine, anti-capitalism themes with "John" realising he's the bad guy here).and Nothing Can Last would follow the next year. Alas the hyper-masculine man-as-Greek-God bodybuilder look was already on the way out.
What do you guys think of this plan?
- Main Street, U.S.A.
- Standard theming around a 1910s/1920s American town
- Themed either as a Basque village or a more standard European setting (A Bavarian one like in Disneyland or maybe a Venetian one with canals?)
- Sleeping Beauty Castle (inspired by Spanish/Andalusi alcazars like the Alcazar of Segovia)
- Curse of the Dark Crystal
- Themed around China / Japan, Africa, and the Caribbean
- Indiana Jones and the Mask of the Monkey King
- Pirates of the Caribbean
- Standard theming around the Wild West
- Big Thunder Mountain
- Phantom Manor
- Discoveryland / Tomorrowland
- Either a Discoveryland inspired by H.G. Wells, Jules Verne, and other notable European sci-fi writers (including Spanish ones!) or a direct copy of Tomorrowland
- Space Mountain from the Earth to the Moon / Space Mountain
- Journey to the Center of the Earth / Star Tours (if butterflied then Journey into Inner Space)
- Horizons / Autopia
- The Timekeeper / Carousel of Progress
- Club Cyclia Theater
- Nautilus Restaurant / Tomorrowland Terrace
- Orbitron / Astro Orbiter
- Muppetland / Mickey's Toontown / Hollywoodland (optional sixth lands)
- Either a land inspired by the Muppets, the other Disney animated characters like Mickey Mouse, or ones inspired by Hollywood and their numerous movie IPs
EDIT #1: Added theming + ride suggestions
I think that Tim Curry would be better suited playing the Jonathan Crane/the Scarecrow than the Riddler.My choice for the Riddler is Tim Curry.
My choice for Joker is Jack Nicholson.
My choice for Scarecrow is Robin Williams.
Aww, yiss!the Sorceress, played by Eartha Kitt
Me too. Like i'm sure at best we could get some crazy stuff the live-action series wasn't capable of.Is it weird that I spent most of yesterday thinking about that animated 1988 Godzilla movie that was only mentioned in passing and Geekhis openly admitted didn't put any thought into?