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  • SPIDER-MAN

    14 29.17%
  • DAREDEVIL

    3 6.25%
  • HULK

    1 2.08%
  • HELLBOY

    11 22.92%
  • SUPERMAN

    4 8.33%
  • BATMAN

    15 31.25%
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    Default Super Hero Movie Poll

    Ladies and Gentlemen, vote on your favorite heroes!
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    Hey! Where are the Marvel fans?
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    I prefer Marvel over DC but DC has done a better job with movies starting with Superman and Batman. Affleck made a lousy Daredevil.

    I hope they do Captain America :)
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    Yes that would be pretty good. Well I am a THOR fan and if they pulled off the special effects with the HULK, they should get them with a ThOR movie. Who would make a good THOR or CAPTAIN AMERICA? How about Dolph Lungren or that big blonde dude that played the leader of the norsemen on the 13th Warrior for THOR? For Captain America who would be a good candidate?
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    I chose Batman, but Daredevil was a very close 2nd. Both of these movies had good story lines and kept me interested. The rest were ***yawn*** way too predictable.

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    Put Godzilla on the list, and I'll vote.

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    I'd have voted for Beavis & Butthead if I could've.....
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    #2 Daredevil.
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    #1 Giant Robot (aka: Johnny and his flying robot)
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    Johnny Sokko! LMAO!!! I haven't seen that in ages.

    "MEGA punch giant robot!" LMAO!!

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    What about Ultra-man.
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    Gotta go with Spectreman. Always liked this better than Ultraman
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    SuperGirl (Helen Slater) :D

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    Threw Ben a bone ...Wicked dark throwing by "bullseye".

    Johnny Sokko! Wow, I feel aged on this guy. Think I still had those
    PJ's with the feet "built in" the bottom watching this dude.:p
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    If you grew up in the 70's I know you did. I also had the Superman Underoos. Don't act like it was just me!
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    HOLY ****!!!

    I remember watching Johnny Sokko and the giant robot. Ultraman was cool as hell also. The dude held us his pen with the light on the end and turned into Ultraman. He only had so much time that he could stay Ultraman or he would croak (or something like that).

    Am I correct on this?

    Anyone know if these are available on DVD? These would be a hilarious addition to show the younger generation what we watched. LOL!!!

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    I so wish Giant Robot was on DVD. I've just collected the VHS tapes off ebay. There a blast to watch.
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    Superboy's dog Krypto was the greatest superhero of all-time.

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    Can't believe you left out X-MEN. Granted, it's not one single super hero, but it is one of the most popular comics. The films have been pretty good too.
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    My vote goes to Bugs Bunny!!!
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    Donald Duck's nephews, Huey, Dewey, and Louie! I love those guys.

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    Well guys, it looks like Batman is the king. Thanks for voting!
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    i liked Rafael from the ninja turtles...
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    Thanks Marvel fans for not letting the DC movies win by too much!:D
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