The World's Finest
- Apr 23, 2001
Tobias said:The Pryde Pilot wasn't picked up because at that point, NBC (which was going to be doing the series) decided they wanted more cutesy Smurf like programs and didn't pick it up, along with the proposed Teen Titans series.
Papa Smurf was a powerful foe back then...
Originally Posted by Artemis:
I've always wanted to see this, but copies are so goshdarn hard to find!
Originally Posted by The Lizard:
I've never seen this before, but I'd like to. Just one question, is Pyro in it?? just wondering.
Wow, if Pyro's in it, then I must see it. He's my favorite villain. Hopefully soon I'll be able to find itSpidey2099 said:He sure is, complete with a few action scenes. He's sporting "fly eyes"-type goggles for his mask. I think he wore something like that in his debut on the 90's X-Men Series. I much prefer his X-Men Evo look.
Why yes, we always keep surfuric acid in the sewers, just in case a hero needs it!Spidey2099 said:water. In order to escape, Spidey sees a nearby beaker of sulfuric acid (I'm not joking--the bottle was filled to the brim with no cork on it, right-side up, underwater! )
Digu Volz said:The writing was good (especially given timeframe), the animation was decent, the voice acting was passable -- mostly due to being miscast --, and the theme song was groovy. Too bad it didn't go past the pilot.
Ssrn53 said:The animation was much better than decent. It rivals X-men EVO. It was definitely better then any other animation out of Marvel productions (excluding evo). Marvel should have had all their 90's animation done by that studio.