Still, this doesn’t stop the comics from teaming them up, or even having your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man meet with other movie franchise stars, even as part of his regular comic book appearances. So, let’s take a look at a few of those! And, wouldn’t any of these be the blockbuster of the summer?
was one of the stronger ones, and most of the better adaptations of Bram Stoker’s Gothic character had something of this look involved.
Pieces Get Together
), and this Frankenstein’s Monster looks like an amalgam of the earlier versions, having longer hair than and a thinner look than the classic version by Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney Jr., Bela Lugosi or even Glenn Strange. who met Bela Lugosi‘s Dracula (along with Bud Abbott & Lou Costello in Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein).
, by Roy Thomas, Steve Englehart and Ross Andru) which lasted eight issues. Sadly, Spidey and Doc don’t actually meet in the Giant-Size either, but both spend their time working against blue alien babe named DeSinna in their own times (Marvel at least kept Doc set in the 1930s when they used him). Doc does meet a later Marvel star, the Fantastic Four’s Thing, in Marvel Two-In-One #21 (November 1976, by Bill Mantlo and Ron Wilson). Though the movie came out in June 1975, Andru‘s Doc Savage does have a “Ron Ely” quality (Ron Ely being the actor to portray Doc in Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze). And, Hollywood plans more with a new Doc Savage movie to come.
Look, Up In The Sky!
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At least Saturday Night Live didn’t forget one Avenger that the big screen Avengers did…the Ant-Man!
(Hey, he retains the strength of a human…at ant-size! Just ask him! It’s poor Garrett Morris as Ant-Man, John Belushi as the Hulk…and Dan Aykroyd as the Flash…).