Re: Animated Alpha Flight
Posted by Dana on 12/19/2010, 9:40 am, in reply to "Re: animated Alpha Flight"
Sasquatch/Walter Langkowski also showed up in the Hulk cartoon series around that time. |
: Yes, they were in one more ep for that series.
: As per Wikipedia....
: Alpha Flight appeared in the X-Men episode
: "Repo Man." It consists of
: Vindicator (who had renamed himself Guardian
: in the comics), Puck, Snowbird, Shaman,
: Northstar, Aurora, Sasquatch, and Dr.
: Heather Hudson. The episode's story is
: similar to Guardian's first comics
: appearance (as Weapon Alpha) in Uncanny
: X-Men #109, though in the comics story,
: Weapon Alpha went after Wolverine solo.
: Vindicator and the Canadian Alpha Flight
: capture Wolverine. Department H demanded
: their project back. Either he rejoins their
: team or they repossess his indestructible,
: adamantium skeleton. Puck and Snowbird spied
: on the attempted adamantium-removal
: experiment and informed the other members.
: After a fierce fight between Alpha Flight
: and Department H's security androids,
: Wolverine warns the Alpha Flight members
: that if any of them try to seek him out, all
: bets are off. Later, in "The Phoenix
: Saga, Part 5: Child of Light," members
: of Alpha Flight are shown helping citizens
: as Earth is ravaged by the M'Kraan Crystal.
: --Previous Message--
: other than the "Repo Man" episode
: the 90s X-Men cartoon, has the team or any
: of the characters been on any of the other
: Marvel shows?
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