"Scooby was a trend setter, but 1969 it was a year like that. Interestingly I was just checking the adds and while the first run of Scooby Doo was going on CBS, ABC was running a Hardy Boy's cartoon. I don't remember that at all.…"
"I found the Beatles cartoons on youtube a while back. The most interesting one I saw was the one for Eleanor Rigby. The song is a very sad one but the cartoon video built around it has a happy ending for it.
I wonder how much HB was limited in…"
"A lot of these cartoons only lasted a season and there were no vcr's back then, you couldn't really watch them all so a few are bound to slip through either the cracks of memory or because they were on against something you really did…"
"It's an interesting point that I realized just now. The comics I missed while collecting from 1974 to about 1984 are in the dollar bins at the comic book shows, so from .25 cents to 1.00 I've sort of lost money for not buying them…"
"I was one when I was a kid, at least until New Teen Titans came out, but that was a long time ago and the marvel of the 1970's into the early 1980's was a far different place. It was to me very friendly, very inviting and very…"
" I'm not sure if this was ground breaking for animation, I know that the Warner Brother's cartoons frequently used cameos of big stars (one of my favorite being Humphrey Bogart in the Bugs Bunny cartoons), but I think this sort of…"
Hello Mark, thanks for the friends link, glad to have you reading my Invaders thread. I love this forum, I'm new to it but mad for it! (Thousands of comics - hundreds of trades and an opinion about each one!) Cheers
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