It’s kind of amazing to think about, but the Fantastic Four have had no fewer than FOUR animated series: 1967’s Hanna-Barbera version, the wacky 1978 take that had no Human Torch, the utterly terrible 1994 cartoon and 2006’s weirdly Ultimate-flavored take.  Given that I cannot for the life of me remember any FF cartoons other than the one where The Thing is a teenage boy with magic rings, so I’m a little bit freaked out at realizing how many animated outings they’ve had, leading to today’s Cosmic-Powered query…

The MS-QOTD (pronounced, as always, “misquoted”) actually enjoyed the voice work on the 1967 version, especially Ted Cassidy (Lurch) as Galactus, asking: Which Fantastic Four cartoon do you feel is the best representation of the FF?

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