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    human fly met spidey aswell

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    Doc Savage met Ben Grimm.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zero Hunter View Post
    I am trying to think of which books had real ties to the main Marvel U either appearing in other books or having characters show up in theirs and being part of the Marvel U as a whole. Micronauts, Shogun Warriors, ROM,
    Rom, not ROM.
    Quote Originally Posted by Zero Hunter View Post
    Team America, US 1, and Godzilla are the only ones I can think of.
    All of the above were part of 616 continuity. Others that were include Doc Savage and Human Fly (as mentioned above), Conan, Red Sonja (their foe Kulan Gath has survived into the modern day), Kull (met Spider-Man), NFL Superpro, Tarzan (one of his enemies from his comic later fought Wolverine), War of the Worlds, Solomon Kane, Kiss (fought Dr. Doom!), Meteor Man, Nightcat, Fu Manchu.

    Part of alternate realities that have either interacted with 616 or have counterparts to Marvel superheroes on their own worlds: Transformers, GI Joe, Star Trek, Doctor Who, Alf, 2001, aqnd Elric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki View Post
    ....


    Zorro



    Oh yeah! Marvel's Zorro license was based on 1990 TV series staring Duncan Regehr, and everything therein.
    Including an episode where Zorro met inventor Doctor Henry Wayne (played by Adam West), implication being he would pass down the idea of what he saw to his descendant (Batman also played by himself)- So for an instant Marvel had licenced the implied great great grandfather of Bruce Wayne


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    Inhumanoids
    Phantom 2040
    The movie adaption of Richie Rich
    Nightmare on Elm Street
    Hellraiser
    Darkman
    KISS

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    I think Marvel published a Robotix comic but it only lasted one issue.
    "For ten dollars Jason Statham will f*** an explosion in slow motion while a Slayer song plays in the background." - Patton Oswalt

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    Star Wars. They recently got it back, but it was at one point it was not theirs. I'll let you decide if you want to count it or not.
    I think restorative nostalgia is the number one issue with comic book fans.
    A fine distinction between two types of Nostalgia:

    Reflective Nostalgia allows us to savor our memories but accepts that they are in the past
    Restorative Nostalgia pushes back against the here and now, keeping us stuck trying to relive our glory days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LordMikel View Post
    Star Wars. They recently got it back, but it was at one point it was not theirs. I'll let you decide if you want to count it or not.
    Only their original run.
    Bring back the Star Hoppers!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Quinch View Post
    I think Marvel published a Robotix comic but it only lasted one issue.
    Yep. Seems the toyline died a quick death.
    http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/Robotix_Vol_1_1

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    Of all those listed, while at Marvel which actually crossed over into the Marvel U?
    That I can think of...

    Micronauts
    ROM the Space Knight
    Conan
    Doc Savage (above^)
    Godzilla
    War of the Worlds (By way of killraven?)
    Star Trek I believe had cross over?

    What others?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Digifiend View Post
    Yep. Seems the toyline died a quick death.
    http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/Robotix_Vol_1_1
    There was also an animated Robotix movie produced by Marvel/Sunbow that was re-released on DVD in Region 2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki View Post
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    Rom, not ROM.[b]


    In addition to the two Captain Cleghorn mentioned:

    Hanna Barbera
    US 1
    Team America
    GI Joe
    Transformers
    Kull
    Solomon Kane
    A-Team
    The Shadow
    The Phantom
    Shogun Warriors
    Logan's Run
    Kiss
    2001
    Alf
    Elric
    Meteor Man
    Nightcat
    Doctor Who
    Fu Manchu (though they have some sort of deal currently on permitting the MoKF reprints)
    Robocop
    Blackstone the Magician
    Destroyer
    John Carter
    Hellraiser
    Mandrake the Magician
    Neuromancer
    Tek War
    Visionaries
    Worzel Gummidge
    Blake's 7
    Weaveworld
    Wild Cards
    Zoids
    Zorro
    Nightbreed
    Gulliver Jones
    Heathcliff
    Defenders of the Earth
    Human Fly
    Brak the Barbarian
    Thongor
    Rupert Bear
    Sectaurs
    Battlestar Galactica
    Care Bears
    Ghostbusters
    Popples
    Thundercats
    Madballs
    Thomas the Tank Engine
    Inspector Gadget
    Galaxy Rangers
    Police Academy
    Dennis the Menace
    Ren and Stimpy
    Beavis and Butthead

    plus several they only had for specific movie adaptations - Krull, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Annie, Last Starfighter, Terminator 2, Willow, Jaws 2, Blade Runner, Dune, House II, Labyrinth, Xanadu, Dragonslayer, Buckaroo Banzai, Hook, Sheena, Masters of the Universe, 2010, Dark Crystal, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Muppets Take Manhattan (though they'll have the rights to the Muppets back now, I guess, thanks to the Disney buy-out), Time Bandits.

    There's bound to be more I have overlooked.
    My GOD! That's a lot of garbage right there. Marvel used to throw money around like drunken Marines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post
    Of all those listed, while at Marvel which actually crossed over into the Marvel U?
    That I can think of...

    Micronauts
    ROM the Space Knight
    Conan
    Doc Savage (above^)
    Godzilla
    War of the Worlds (By way of killraven?)
    Star Trek I believe had cross over?

    What others?
    See the post directly above your first post on this page. That's already been answered. And it is Rom, not ROM. I really don't get why so many people can't seem to assimilate that fact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Güicho View Post
    Of all those listed, while at Marvel which actually crossed over into the Marvel U?
    That I can think of...

    Micronauts
    ROM the Space Knight
    Conan
    Doc Savage (above^)
    Godzilla
    War of the Worlds (By way of killraven?)
    Star Trek I believe had cross over?

    What others?


    One of the Shogun pilots latter went on to being Captain America's pilot for a while in the Grunewald run too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Maiden View Post
    For a while they had permission to use Fu Manchu as Shang Chi's father in the old Master of Kung Fu series in the 1980s. But I guess the Sax Rohmer estate didn't renew that. The last time he appeared he was just called He Who Shall Not Be Named. The series used some of the other Rohmer characters in supporting roles like Dr Petri, Dr Denis Nayland-Smith

    ooops...just noticed he is in an earlier post by Loki
    SIR Dennis Nayland Smith.

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