These days, you literally have to pinch yourself at how many of our characters are appearing in their own movies. Imagine yourself back in The Bronze Age, and being told that there's an X-Men movie, an Iron-Man movie, even a friggin' Daredevil movie!! You just wouldn't believe a word of it.
Easy to forget then, just how exciting it was when the first full-length Incredible Hulk TV movie premiered. I never liked The Hulk much, never actively disliked him either, he just wasn't my kind of character. But when that show first came on, it was just about the most thrilling thing ever, at least until the limits of the premise became apparent even to a kid, and repetition set in week after week.
Mad, as usual, wasn't having any of it. Over to Lou Silverstone and the too little seen Angelo Torres, for their version. How many cameo's can you spot here?
Dave Chi, Master Of Kung Fu - No, no, see I'm exploring the differences in a lightly satirical way between what was considered ok in the '70's and what we think of as racist now and so...
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