Dave Galanter
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Nose Norton

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Happy Hogan 
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Subj: Re: New banner! Thanks Happy! So here's my question -
Posted: Tue Mar 22, 2016 at 02:38:32 pm EDT (Viewed 51 times)
Reply Subj: Re: New banner! Thanks Happy! So here's my question -
Posted: Sun Mar 20, 2016 at 10:15:58 pm EDT (Viewed 55 times)



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      - Was this your favorite shrinking movie ever?

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        What others were there? From any era, I mean; I.e., not limited to the 80s or 90s.

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          There was Fantastic Voyage.

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            And recently there was Ant-Man.

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              Were there any others? And were any of them more to your liking than Honey I Shrunk the Kids?

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                Fantastic Voyage was very serious (almost somber when not bloodcurdling) sci-fi, whereas Honey I Shrunk the Kids was a comedy while Ant-Man was a superhero film but with plenty of laughs.

                I think my personal favorite was Ant-Man but I liked the other two also.

Great image for a banner, Happy.  It really works.



I haven't seen Ant-Man yet, but I loved The Incredible Shrinking Man.  I liked Fantastic Voyage, too, and I liked when comics or TV shows would draw inspiration from that movie, particularly the Avengers story when Ant-Man operated on the Vision from the inside.  
  Another shrinking movie I haven't seen was Dr. Cyclops from the 1940s.


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    BTW, I seem to recall that back in the eighties, the Hulk comic had a story-line where the Hulk started shrinking. It was of course called "The Incredible Shrinking Hulk" (or maybe I'm just mis-remembering.)


I remember the story from the 70's when the Hulk was shrunk down to Jarella's micro world.

Then there wasSpidey's Totally Tiny Adventure from the 1990 annuals.




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