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This is a great set of videos, that are still being made. 24 episodes are up already and go between 3 minutes to 20 minutes. He also provides trivia and comic book trivia associated with each episode and character. Check them out here:

http://hocof.blogspot.com/2009/11/history-of-comics-on-film-part-1.html

The first 15 are also available on youtube under the account derekwc, enjoy.

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Hello everyone, giving an update, there are 5 new episodes covering:

Green Lantern

Hawkman

The Atom

Justice League of Americ

Teen Titans

...all from the 60's Superman/Aquaman Hour TV cartoon

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I've been working on a lot of the Filmation/Archie type shows over the last few months.

Just finished the first of the 4 I had been working on,Archie's Funhouse.

Also I finally get to share my new 70s Intro (which I am quite happy with).

Comments are always appreciated.

Next up will be Josie and The PussyCats. Stay Tuned!

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I've been working on a lot of the Filmation/Archie type shows over the last few months.

Just finished the first of the 4 I had been working on,Archie's Funhouse.

Also I finally get to share my new 70s Intro (which I am quite happy with).

Comments are always appreciated.

Next up will be Josie and The PussyCats. Stay Tuned!

Awesome man thanks, how you been, this is Eric

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I've been working on a lot of the Filmation/Archie type shows over the last few months.

Just finished the first of the 4 I had been working on,Archie's Funhouse.

Also I finally get to share my new 70s Intro (which I am quite happy with).

Comments are always appreciated.

Next up will be Josie and The PussyCats. Stay Tuned!

Awesome man thanks, how you been, this is Eric

No problem. Things are going well Eric. How is your collection coming along?

I appreciate the plug here on Earth-2 and figure I will continue to plug new videos here when they become available.

History Of Comics On Film Part 035

Part thirty-five of an ongoing series about the History of Comic Books that have been adapted for movies and television. This particular segment covers the Hanna Barbera produced animated television series Josie And The PussyCats that ran on CBS from 1970 to 1971 !

Please check it out.

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History of Comics On Film Part 36 is now up!

Part thirty-six of an ongoing series about the History of Comic Books that have been adapted for movies and television. This particular segment covers the Filmation produced animated television series Archie's TV Funnies that ran on CBS from 1971 to 1973 !

This one's on another Archie series, but about half of the screen time goes to the "TV Funnies" as well. Broom-Hilda, Captain and The Kids, Dick Tracy, Emmy Lou, Moon Mullins, Nancy and Sluggo, Smokey Stover, and The Dropouts are all featured in this series as well.

Please enjoy and let me know what you think.

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History of Comics On Film Part 37 is now up!

Part thirty-seven of an ongoing series about the History of Comic Books that have been adapted for movies and television. This particular segment covers the Filmation produced animated television series Sabrina The Teen-Age Witch that ran on CBS from 1971 to 1972 !

Between my Labor Day trip and making sure my 2 blogs on Darkseid and Green Arrow were up before Superman-Batman: Apocalypse comes out, this one really took a lot longer than I had planned to release.

Please enjoy and let me know what you think.

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Happy Halloween from The History of Comics On Film!

History of Comics On Film Part 38 is now up!

History Of Comics On Film Part 038 (Tales From The Crypt)

Part thirty-eight of an ongoing series about the History of Comic Books that have been adapted for movies and television. This particular segment covers the 1972 Amigus produced feature film Tales From The Crypt !

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No problem. Things are going well Eric. How is your collection coming along?

I appreciate the plug here on Earth-2 and figure I will continue to plug new videos here when they become available.

History Of Comics On Film Part 035

Part thirty-five of an ongoing series about the History of Comic Books that have been adapted for movies and television. This particular segment covers the Hanna Barbera produced animated television series Josie And The PussyCats that ran on CBS from 1970 to 1971 !

Please check it out.

I'm doing good, my collection has restarted, I had a lot of my DVD's stolen(even the unreleased Fantastic Four film ), but I'm rebuilding. I've been having a great time watching your videos and I'm glad to see that a new one is up. I also enjoy the commentary ones.

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Sorry to hear about your stolen discs Eric. Good luck rebuilding your collection. Here's a new list I made this weekend:

Megamind/My Top Ten Favorite Non-Superman Supermen

So I took my mom out for her birthday today and me and my family all went to go see Megamind in IMAX 3-D.

As a fan of Superman I enjoyed seeing a twist on the mythos and particularly liked the culmination of the "shuul" gag with Megamind feeling all "mel-len-co-lee."

Anyway here's a little write-up that the movie inspired me to do.

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Sorry to hear about your stolen discs Eric. Good luck rebuilding your collection. Here's a new list I made this weekend:

Megamind/My Top Ten Favorite Non-Superman Supermen

So I took my mom out for her birthday today and me and my family all went to go see Megamind in IMAX 3-D.

As a fan of Superman I enjoyed seeing a twist on the mythos and particularly liked the culmination of the "shuul" gag with Megamind feeling all "mel-len-co-lee."

Anyway here's a little write-up that the movie inspired me to do.

Well thanks Derek I appreciate that, it gives me an opportunity to buy sets as opposed to single buys, so at least that's cool. I'm sure you've noticed I has posted several comments on bliptv, I'm not sure if you are commenting back or if I will get an email letting me know if you do, but I have been enjoying watching the PIP videos, great filler, you are really becoming like a TV show, good going

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Sorry to hear about your stolen discs Eric. Good luck rebuilding your collection. Here's a new list I made this weekend:

Megamind/My Top Ten Favorite Non-Superman Supermen

So I took my mom out for her birthday today and me and my family all went to go see Megamind in IMAX 3-D.

As a fan of Superman I enjoyed seeing a twist on the mythos and particularly liked the culmination of the "shuul" gag with Megamind feeling all "mel-len-co-lee."

Anyway here's a little write-up that the movie inspired me to do.

Well thanks Derek I appreciate that, it gives me an opportunity to buy sets as opposed to single buys, so at least that's cool. I'm sure you've noticed I has posted several comments on bliptv, I'm not sure if you are commenting back or if I will get an email letting me know if you do, but I have been enjoying watching the PIP videos, great filler, you are really becoming like a TV show, good going

I try to respond to all the comments I can. I appreciate the support of people who watch and enjoy the series.

I guess I've been suckered into buying singles here and there and "upgrading" to certain season sets and so forth myself, so I can see that being a plus or a positive way of looking at the situation.

Also to tie in to the new DTV coming out on Tues:

My Top Ten Favorite Captain Marvel Stories

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I try to respond to all the comments I can. I appreciate the support of people who watch and enjoy the series.

I guess I've been suckered into buying singles here and there and "upgrading" to certain season sets and so forth myself, so I can see that being a plus or a positive way of looking at the situation.

Also to tie in to the new DTV coming out on Tues:

My Top Ten Favorite Captain Marvel Stories

What DTV film is coming out Tues, I've kept more up with the DC Animated Film than the Marvel, since I'm more of a DC fan, but I guess aside from the live action films I will have to eventually start getting those Marvel animated films. I know you'll have to go through copyright hell, but if you ever decide to release the series as a DVD set(s)I'll definitely buy them and help promote. Remember James Rolfe also started out just doing something he enjoyed. He never considered making money off of them, now look at him, he inspired you and many more

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I try to respond to all the comments I can. I appreciate the support of people who watch and enjoy the series.

I guess I've been suckered into buying singles here and there and "upgrading" to certain season sets and so forth myself, so I can see that being a plus or a positive way of looking at the situation.

Also to tie in to the new DTV coming out on Tues:

My Top Ten Favorite Captain Marvel Stories

What DTV film is coming out Tues, I've kept more up with the DC Animated Film than the Marvel, since I'm more of a DC fan, but I guess aside from the live action films I will have to eventually start getting those Marvel animated films. I know you'll have to go through copyright hell, but if you ever decide to release the series as a DVD set(s)I'll definitely buy them and help promote. Remember James Rolfe also started out just doing something he enjoyed. He never considered making money off of them, now look at him, he inspired you and many more

The last list was in reference to the Superman/Shazam DTV that just came out. Also....

History of Comics On Film Part 39 is now up!

History Of Comics On Film Part 039 (Josie & The PussyCats In Outer Space)

Part thirty-nine of an ongoing series about the History of Comic Books that have been adapted for movies and television. This particular segment covers the Hanna Barbera produced animated television series Josie & The PussyCats In Outer Space that ran on CBS in the year 1972 !

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Round 3 Picture-In-Picture Commentary for the History of Comics On Film

These are the point five episodes I neglected to do PIP Commentary for before now.

Also I added links to my Cool Sites list including my friend and his fiancee's Web Series that was on the SyFy Channel called the Resistance. You can now watch it for free at youtube.

Also added a web link to the movie series I was just working on called Ceasar and Otto.

Scooby Doo Meets Batman is coming up next.

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History of Comics On Film Part 40 is now up!

History Of Comics On Film Part 040

Part forty of an ongoing series about the History of Comic Books that have been adapted for movies and television. This particular segment covers the Hanna Barbera produced animated television series The New Scooby Doo Movies featuring Batman & Robin that ran on CBS in the year 1972 !

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History of Comics On Film Part 40 is now up!

History Of Comics On Film Part 040

Part forty of an ongoing series about the History of Comic Books that have been adapted for movies and television. This particular segment covers the Hanna Barbera produced animated television series The New Scooby Doo Movies featuring Batman & Robin that ran on CBS in the year 1972 !

I enjoyed this one. I'd never seen the Batman/Scooby Doo crossover, and now I won't have to. But will look forward to that B&TB episode.

I do have one thing, I would say tone down the volume of the clips you are using, or just mute them completely when you are talking, as having that audio under you talking is a little distracting.

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It's Green Hornet Month at derekwc presents:The History of Comics On Film!

History of The Green Hornet Part 1is now up!

History Of The Green Hornet Part 001(The Green Hornet 1940 Serial)

In anticipation of the upcoming feature film, this January is Green Hornet month here at derekwc Presents The History of Comics On Film. This particular segment covers the 1940 film serial from Universal Studios !

Also the blog got a redesign for 2011. Lemme know what you guys think.

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History of The Green Hornet Part 2 is now up!

History Of The Green Hornet Part 002(The Green Hornet Strikes Again)

In anticipation of the upcoming feature film, this January as Green Hornet month continues here at derekwc Presents The History of Comics On Film. This particular segment covers the 1941 film serial The Green Hornet Strikes Again from Universal Studios !

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History of The Green Hornet Part 3 ( The Green Hornet TV Series)

In anticipation of the upcoming feature film, January continues as Green Hornet month here at derekwc Presents The History of Comics On Film. This particular segment covers the television series The Green Hornet from 20th Century Fox and Greenway Productions that ran on the ABC Network from 1966 to 1967 !

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