|I agree: for a crazy homeless guy, he is pretty cut.|
Kids today don't know how lucky they are. The comic book superhero's publisher, Marvel, didn't seem to be very choosy when it came to licensing the character. Here's how the blonde superhero is remembered by Generation X:
First up, the crappy '60s "animated" cartoon based on the Marvel character. I put the word in quotes because movement in the show was limited. He didn't even get a groovy intro like "Spider-Man" did.
This cartoon aired well into the late '70s (Yes, kids. In the days before DVDs and illegal torrent downloads, things would run endlessly in re-runs and we were too naive to realize they weren't new).
|The very Sicilian Vincent D'Onofrio opposite the Thor-obsessed Maia Brewton|
|The image I see in my nightmares.|