The 90s Spider-Man cartoon is an undisputed classic for most 90s kids and helped introduce a number of them to iconic Marvel heroes and villains through multi-chapter storylines during the show’s run from 1994 to 1998.
Debuting on KidsWB in 1997, Men in Black: The Series took the Men in Black series on a slightly different timeline where Agent K never retired and he and Agent J continue to protect Earth from the worst scum of the universe.
With Dark Phoenix seeming like a boring disaster, why not check out the classic first episode of the iconic 1992 X-Men animated series instead? Night of the Sentinels Part 1 is available to watch in the latest edition of Everything Action Theater.
In between the first and second series of Godzilla films from Toho, Hanna-Barbera acquired the rights to Godzilla and created an animated series that lasted for two season starting in 1978, where Godzilla (and his nephew Godzooky) assisted a research team in battling various threats around the globe.
Taking place after the events of 1994’s The Return of Jafar, the Aladdin animated series brought back most of the cast of the movies (with the major exception of Robin Williams) as Aladdin, Jasmine, Genie and the rest of the gang took on new threats to Agrabah and traveled the globe to find new friends and foes.
Debuting in 1992 after the animated Bill & Ted series was canceled, Fox tried to turn the franchise into a live-action comedy series but it only lasted seven episodes with actors Evan Richards and Christopher Kennedy taking over the title roles.
Before the MCU, Marvel fans in the 90s had to get their fix from the comics and animated shows like 1994’s Iron Man, which was part of the syndicated “Marvel Power Hour” with the 90s Fantastic Four cartoon.
Universal was trying to get their classic monsters back in the spotlight in the mid-90s and in 1994 they went the “Xtreme” route with Monster Force, an animated series where a team of armored specialists battled the monsters to save the world of the far off future of 2020.
Very loosely based on the classic Namco/Atari arcade racing game, Pole Position hit Saturday mornings in 1984 and followed the Darrett siblings, stunt show performers who were also secretly government agents using their highly advanced vehicles to fight crime.
This weekend finds the world of King Arthur coming to the modern day in The Kid Who Would Be King but back in 1992, a 90s football team was sucked back in time by Merlin to take over for the captured Knights of the Round Table in King Arthur and the Knights of Justice.