Sunday, July 26, 2020

Canceled Too Soon #194 | Spider-Woman (1979-1980)

When Disney Plus launched it came with a gargantuan bevy of animated Marvel superhero shows from across time and space, and a lot of them were potentially CANCELED TOO SOON!

This week, critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold explore the failed 1979-1980 animated television series SPIDER-WOMAN, a superhero with vaguely spider-like powers who (in the show, not so much the comics) runs a magazine and fights monsters and mad scientists and for some reason hangs out almost exclusively with an incompetent and sexist photographer!

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1 comment:

  1. In a show where continuity mattered, I'd think that the episode with the duplicate athletes was written to air before the episode where Jessica tricks the Kingpin with the robot duplicate she secretly kept.

    w.r.t. to the Vikings (and the X-Files movie tagline) I've often said, "Don't Fight the Future. Fight the Past. The Future is better-armed than you are, and knows you're coming."