Here are Top 5 Animated Series From Both DC and Marvel.
There was a lot of action, some humor, and a premise in Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends that was subsequently carried over into the Ultimate Universe.
The Teen Titans animated series created a new generation of fans, who were eagerly anticipating the Titans live-action series in 2018.
Before Disney acquired Marvel, Phineas & Ferb already existed as a top-notch animated series.
After a long pause between the second and third seasons, Young Justice is among the few DC Animated series that are currently in production.
The Hulk of the 1990s, which was featured on UPN Kids, resembled the comic book form of the superhero better.
The Justice League was formed by Batman and Superman after they collaborated on crossover episodes of their own shows.
Avengers Assemble produced a good, if average, superhero program that both children and adults can enjoy, while falling short of its predecessor in terms of intrigue.
In terms of canon, The New Batman Adventures is only a sequel to Batman: The Animated Series.
Hanna-Barbera experimented in the Marvel superhero universe before they seized control of the Superfriends.
Gotham City was so perfectly portrayed in Batman: The Animated Series, with its fiery skies, soaring skyscrapers, and diverse cast of good and evil individuals.