John Semper Jr., the guy behind the 90’s Spider-Man: The Animated Series, wanted everyone to know that there a Captain America animated series that almost made it as well. We all loved the Spider-Man and X-Men cartoons from the 90’s, there was some really good story telling in those series. I would have liked to see this Captain America series set in World War II. Heck, I’d like to see that series now., but I guess I’ll just have to settle for the promo video that Saban put together to sell the show.
Semper Jr. said:
Here’s a promo for a Captain America animated series, produced by Saban, that would have premiered around about the time that Spider-Man: The Animated Series was on the air. Unfortunately, due to Marvel’s shaky financial and “political” situation, it was never made. Would you have watched it? (And, no, I was not involved with making this.)
Check it out below:
That looked pretty cool to me. I could see season one set in World War II with all those wonderful Nazi villains that Cap and Bucky fought back in the day. Throw in the Howling Commandos and Nick Fury and you’ve got my attention.
I could go for a Captain America animated series now. How about you?
Until that happens, there’s always the 1960’s version: