Spider-Man 1994 was similar to X-Men: The Animated Series in that it followed the comics’ storylines closely and was drama first, action second.
It’s been said before but of the Marvel series, X-Men is the most soap opera-ish of them all and the animated captures a good deal of that high drama and action.
In 1973, the younger Williams brother’s line of work threatened to bring him into the crosshairs of the Blue Knight, a police officer/vigilante.
They end up biting an outlaw by the name of Skinner Sweet, making him the first American vampire and causing the curse–or gift–of vampirism to evolve.
This time, the new Black Panther series is more fun and it’s highly recommended among all the best black comics that are ready to dominate 2018.
In the end, near death and unconscious, Dredd manages to achieve his mission. With the help of Tweak, he gets the medicine to Mega City-2 and it looks as though it will recover.
The series ran for thirty-four issues but the characters have appeared throughout the Milestone titles.
Plus, it’s thirty issues in and Spawn is a linear series and one of the younger comic book series, so there’s no renumbering to deal with.
DC pulled off good crossover events on TV with its main CW shows. Sure they’re not included in the same cinematic universe as the films but the storytelling was great.
It’s just a shame that over 70 years later and the rights to All-Negro Comics are floating in the public domain.