TV Series created by Jack Kirby
Marvel's Rocket & Groot
Marvel and Disney XD have produced a 12-episode series of Rocket & Groot animated shorts. The shorts follow Rocket and Groot as they try to figure out how to get enough credits to buy a new ship after their old one breaks down.
As the Ant-Man, Scott Lang fights evil alongside the Wasp and Hank Pym - with occasional breaks to help his daughter Cassie with her homework.
Marvel's Avengers Assemble
Falcon (the newest member of The Avengers) is the main eyes and ears of the viewer as he adventures with his teammates (consisting of Iron Man, Captain America, Hulk, Black Widow, Hawkeye and Thor).
The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes
This animated series follows the adventures of the infamous Marvel Comics superhero team the Avengers - primarily consisting of Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, the Hulk, Ant Man and Wasp - as they team up to save the world from dangers far too great for one superhero to handle alone.
The Avengers are the world's foremost super heroes, protecting the world from incredible globe-threatening villains. Whether they're robotic like Ultron, extra-terrestrials like The Zodiac, or just super-powered like any other villain, the Avengers are more than a match for any foe.
When the planet of Zenn-La comes under attack by Galactus, a cosmic entity obsessed with satisfying his undying hunger by consuming planets abundant with life, a man known as Norrin Radd bargains to stop him.
The Incredible Hulk (1996)
A renowned scientist, Bruce Banner undergoes a hideous mutation of unimaginable proportions. Now, mentally at that of a caveman, Bruce can no longer function as a scientist but instead a primitive beast who can neither control his rage or unnaturally given super-strength. For this gruesome, immaculate green mass he appears to be, he is called the Hulk.
The Fantastic Four
When an experimental space voyage goes awry, four people are changed by the universe's cosmic rays. Reed Richards, inventor and leader of the group gains the ability to stretch his body, and takes the name, Mr. Fantastic. His girlfriend, Sue Storm, gains the ability to turn invisible and create force fields, becoming the Invisible Girl. Her little brother Johnny Storm gains the ability to control fire, including covering his own body with flame, like a Human Torch. Pilot Ben Grimm is turned into a super-strong rocky Thing. Together, this group of four must band together and discover new things about their new powers and use their unique powers to explore the strange aspects of the world, and to foil the evil plans of villains bent on world domination. Even as they deal with the various threats that arise to threaten Earth's peace, the Four must also deal with the pressures of fame as the world's most famous superheroes, and the realities of being a super-powered family.
They are mutants, genetically gifted human beings - the world's newest and most persecuted minority group. Amidst an increasing climate of fear and bigotry, one enlightened individual, Professor Charles Xavier, has created a safe haven for some of these powerful outcasts.
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends
This is a series about Spider-Man as he teams up with ex-X-Men members Iceman and Firestar.
They have a secret hideout, which inside of Peter's apartment that can transform from their secret H.Q., back to his normal bachelor pad, which was funded by Tony Stark (a.k.a. Iron Man), as a gift to Spider-Man for saving his life.
Peter is currently attending ESU, along with Bobby (Iceman) and Angelica (Firestar).
This series features Spider-Man villains, such as the Sandman, the Green Goblin, and the Shocker, as well as X-Men villains, such as Juggernaut and Magneto. There was also an appearance of the X-Men themselves more than once!
The gang has an adorable, yet reliable dog, named Ms. Lion. There are also occasional visits by Aunt May, as well.
The Fantastic Four (1967)
The Fantastic Four is an animated series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions and the first animated series based on Marvel's comic book series Fantastic Four. The program, featuring character designs by Alex Toth, aired on ABC from 1967 to 1970. It lasted for 20 episodes, with repeat episodes airing on ABC until the network cancelled the program. It was also rerun as part of the continuing series Hanna-Barbera's World of Super Adventure.
Through a series of transactions, Disney currently holds the rights to the majority of Marvel's 1960s-1990s animated output. However, the 1967-1968 Fantastic Four was produced by Hanna-Barbera, whose library is now owned by Time Warner, making the series one of only a handful of Marvel-related TV projects not owned by Disney (which has since acquired Marvel outright). Time Warner is also the owner of Marvel's biggest competitor, DC Comics.