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Marvel is a comic company that has also spawned several TV shows and movies. Stan Lee co-created many of their classic characters. Some of the characters have appeared in The Simpsons and Marvel has been referenced other times in the show.

Reference to Marvel in The Simpsons[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Picture Season Episode number Episode name Reference
Celeste.png 5 95 "Lisa vs. Malibu Stacy" Celeste's Talking Malibu Stacy doll had Spider-Man's voice instead of Malibu Stacy's and said "My spidey senses are tingling".
The Amazing Spider-Mana.png 12 253 "Homer vs. Dignity" While working as Mr. Burns' "prank monkey", Homer bought a mint-condition copy of Spider-Man #1 from Comic Book Guy (for $20,000 cash), then tore the pages out and ate it in the store, while CBG gasped and collapsed in shock and dismay.
I Am Furious Yellow.jpg 13 288 "I Am Furious (Yellow)" After Homer got angry and fell into green paint, he became The Ingestible Bulk, a parody of The Hulk. Stan Lee then claimed that Homer can't be The Hulk as he is, and then tried to transform into The Hulk.
The Thing.pngThe Thing Batmobile.png Stan Lee jams a The Thing figure into Database's Batmobile toy.
Stan Lee hums the Spider-Man theme song while stacking comics on shelves.
X-Men.png An issue of X-Men comics is seen with Wolverine on the cover.
You're a Bunch of Stuff Comic Book Guy.png 14 295 "Large Marge" In the song "You're a Bunch of Stuff", Comic Book Guy sings "You're like X-Men number three, In a Mylar bag."
Fantasic Four Simpsons.png 15 314 "Treehouse of Horror XIV" After Lisa clicks the stopwatch several times, the family becomes a parody of the Fantastic Four with Homer being The Thing, Marge being the Human Torch, Bart being Mr. Fantastic and Maggie being the Invisible Woman.
The Ziff Who Came to Dinner Films.png 327 "The Ziff Who Came to Dinner" A film called The Unwatchable Hulk is seen being played at the Springfield Googolplex Theatres, a reference to The Incredible Hulk.
MBFGW C3PO and Boba Fett.png 330 "My Big Fat Geek Wedding" People wearing Spider-Man, Captain America, Storm and Cyclops costumes are seen.
Incredible Hulk Melon Baller.png Comic Book Guy bought an Incredible Hulk melon baller as a gift for Seymour Skinner and Edna Krabappel for their wedding. Edna later returned it to Comic Book Guy.
332 Simple Simpson" The sequence where Homer constructs his Pie Man costume parodies the montage of Peter Parker designing and making his Spider-Man costume.
Homer (as Pie Man) rescues Marge from a stampeding crowd and then kisses her as he hangs upside-down from a fire escape, parodying the Spider-Man / Mary Jane kissing scene.
Fantastic Floor.png The magazine Fantastic Floor is a reference to the Fantastic Four.
Spider-Man shield.png 16 356 "The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star" Milhouse made a shield with Spider-Man on it.
J. Jonah Jameson.png 18 384 "Moe'N'a Lisa" J. Jonah Jameson publishes Moe's poetry. He later asks for photos, then poems, of Spider-Man. He was voiced by J. K. Simmons, who played him in the the original Spider-Man trilogy as well as various Marvel animated TV shows.
Spider-Man Haw-Hawed.pngDoctor Octopus.png 386 "The Haw-Hawed Couple" Actors dressed as Spider-Man and Dr. Octopus make an appearance at Nelson's party.
Spider-Pig.png The Simpsons Movie Plopper as Spider-Pig is a reference to Spider-Man and the "Spider Pig" song is a parody of the Spider-Man theme song.
Wolverine.png 19 407 "Husbands and Knives" A Wolverine comic with pop out claws is accidentally ruined by Milhouse.
Bulk.png 409 "Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind" Homer becomes The Ingestible Bulk again, a parody of The Hulk.
Mulk.pngThug SPAIS.png 20 421 "Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes" The Mulk and The Thung, parodies of The Hulk and The Thing, have a fight on St. Patrick's Day, with The Mulk going to court afterwards.
21 442 "Homer the Whopper" A Spider-Man comic is seen.
Treehouse of Horror XX - Monsters dressed.png 445 "Treehouse of Horror XX" Count Dracula dresses up as Iron Man.
456 "Stealing First Base" In the montage of kisses when Nikki performed CPR on Bart there was a scene where Spider-Man and Mary Jane Watson are kissing.
The Hulk and Spider-Man.jpg 461 "To Surveil With Love" There is a picture of several Hulks playing baseball with Spider-Man.
Spider-Man.png 22 465 "Elementary School Musical" Spider-Man was in the video Krusty on the Electric Company. He came in and started dancing when Krusty got hit on the head by a stage-light.
468 "Treehouse of Horror XXI" When Count Dracula spots Edmund climbing a bell tower and carrying Lisa on his back, Homer immediately jumps onto Dracula's back, expecting the same transport. Dracula staggers under Homer's weight and protests that he's Dracula, not the Hulk.
Angry Dad The Movie Lightsabers.png 478 "Angry Dad: The Movie" Ben Stiller, dressed as Iron Man, and Jack Black, dressed as The Hulk, were having a fight with lightsabers as part an act.
The Adventures of Parody Man.png The character in The Adventures of Parody Man has a Spider-Man body, Wolverine right arm, Thor left arm and Captain America legs.
Homer Spider-Man parody.png 23 489 "Treehouse of Horror XXII" After becoming paralyzed, Homer gets bitten by a spider and becomes a parody of Spider-Man.
501 "Exit Through the Kwik-E-Mart" Homer asks if Bart could protect him from the Hulk riding a rhinoceros laughing at him.
503 "Them, Robot" Smitty, who found out he had radiation poisoning, asked if he was like The Hulk. Dr. Hibbert replied that it is sort of like The Hulk, but instead of getting powerful, he will get very sick. Smitty then falls to the floor in pain and says "Hulk smash", to which Dr. Hibbert patted him on the head and said "yes, Hulk smash".
504 "Beware My Cheating Bart" Comic Book Guy tells Bart and Shauna to think of The Android's Dungeon as their personal Asgard and to think of him as their all-seeing Heimdall, guardian of the Gate, a reference to the Thor comics.
Professor X.pngMagneto.png 505 "A Totally Fun Thing That Bart Will Never Do Again" Two kids were seen acting as Professor X and Magneto from X-Men.
24 510 "Treehouse of Horror XXIII" Spider-Man is mentioned in the comic store window.
Wolverine - LIAMST.png 520 "Love Is a Many-Splintered Thing" When Bart asks himself what his hero would say, he imagines Wolverine in a thought bubble. He tells Bart to slash her face whilst she least expects it.
Nick Fury.png 524 "Dark Knight Court" Nick Fury, a Marvel character, is contacted when Fruit Bat Man is captured. Nick Fury then puts together a team of Octogenarian superheroes named The Dependables, a parody of The Avengers.
Iron Lung.png Iron Lung is a parody of Iron Man.
Blade.png 25 532 "Treehouse of Horror XXIV" Carl is dressed up as Blade.
Frosty the Hit Man.png 538 "White Christmas Blues" The claws of Frosty the Hit Man are very similar to those of Wolverine. The pose on the front of the box is similar to that of one of the posters from the movie The Wolverine.
539 "Steal This Episode" The fact that the suit that keeps Radioactive Man alive is slowly killing him references the arc reactor problem Tony Stark had in Marvel's Iron Man 2.
Children Comic Book Costumes 1.pngChildren Comic Book Costumes 2.png 540 "Married to the Blob"
Badgerine.png Badgerine is a parody of Wolverine.
The Amazing Spider-Man comic Mary Jane Doc Ock.png In Comic Book Guy's song, he has a comic of The Awesome Spider-Man featuring Peter Parker, Mary Jane Watson and Doctor Octopus.
Scarlett Johansson Black Widow.png When Milo starts singing in Comic Book Guy's song, he mentions a cardboard cutout of Scarlett Johansson, who is dressed as Black Widow in her outfit from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Stan Lee says that he can only watch and that he cannot interfere, referencing The Watcher.
Married to the Blob promo 2.jpg Comic Book Guy gives Kumiko flowers in a Hulk hand.
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549 "What to Expect When Bart's Expecting" The drinks Nick Fury Agent of Schnapps and Wolveriskey are references to Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Wolverine respectively.
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Several people dress as Marvel characters:
Krusty Jewish Wolverine.png 26 553 "Clown in the Dumps" In one of Krusty's previous shows, he did a sketch dressed as a Jewish version of Wolverine.
Thing and Hulk bookstops.png 561 "I Won't Be Home For Christmas" Comic Book Guy has Hulk and The Thing bookstops on his bookshelf.
Silver Surfer.png 562 "The Man Who Came To Be Dinner" On the trip to Rigel VII, the UFO goes past the Silver Surfer with a silver woman on his shoulders.
Plastic prison.png 563 "Bart's New Friend" The underground prison is a reference to the X-Men film series. Magneto is locked in a plastic prison at the end of X-Men and the beginning of X2. Golly's prison bears a very strong resemblance to Magneto's.
Loki (Bart's New Friend).png Loki appearing in the prison may be a reference to The Avengers where Loki was locked in a glass prison.
TKAAF - Title Screen.png 571 "The Kids Are All Fight" Professor Frink is dressed like Iron Man in the title screen gag.
Martin Hulk Hands.png 27 591 "The Burns Cage" Bart gets Comic Book Guy to buy a half-page advert in the playbook by telling him that Sam will play "As Time Goes By" with Hulk hands. Martin is later seen trying to play the piano with Hulk hands.
The Caper Chase promo 6.png 28 615 "The Caper Chase" The couch gag is a reference to X-Men:
A female student says she finally realizes why Gamma radiation turns Bruce Banner into The Hulk.
Thing and Hulk bookends.png 29 620 "Springfield Splendor" There are bookends of The Thing and The Hulk in the Android's Dungeon. Also, Badgerine appears again.
Groot and Rocket Raccoon.png A cosplayer is dressed as Groot and he has a real raccoon dressed as Rocket Raccoon with him. Stan Lee is also seen in the crowd.
The music playing during the Sad Girl musical is the score of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.

Specials[edit]

Picture Special name Reference
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"The Simpsons Guy" Peter Griffin sells a photo of Spider-Man, which he took when taking a photo of a woman's thong, to J. Jonah Jameson who then owes Peter a favor.

Comics[edit]

Picture Comic issue Story name Reference
The Human Torque.jpg Simpsons Comics #5 When Bongos Collide! The Human Torque's name is a reference to the Human Torch.
Gladys the Groovy Mule Spider-Man.png Simpsons Comics #30 Bart and Milhouse: Bore Us-The Movie-GruelRa The opening of the film Gladys the Groovy Mule parodies the opening of the original Spider-Man story from Amazing Fantasy #15. Several analogues include Peter Lewis (reference to Peter Parker), Gwen (reference to Gwen Stacy in name and Liz Allen in behaviour) and Bash Flashman (reference to Flash Thompson).
Simpsons Comics #31 The Official Bongo Comics Convention Survival Guide Lewis Clark has a shelf overflowing with Doctor Strange comics.
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Simpsons Comics #39 Sense and Censorability When giving his opening speech, Comic Book Guy mentions the Hulk, the Guardians of the Galaxy, Galactus, the Watchers, Beyonder and Skrulls. Later, Bart mentions Brother Voodoo, and the very tall man asks if he has a website.
Z-Men.png Simpsons Comics #67 Growing Pains! The comic Z-Men is a parody of the X-Men.
3000's Company Star Wars.png Simpsons Comics #91 3000's Company A Howard the Duck poster hangs among others in the sanctuary Comic Book Guy creates underneath Mr. Burns' mansion. There are also various boxes of Spider-Man comics; Spectacular Spider-Man, Peter Parker the Spectacular Spider-Man, Peter Parker Spectacular Spider-Man and Aunt May's Spectacular Sexy Spring Break Adventures.
Simpsons Comics #118 The "X" Men The name of the comic is a reference to The X-Men, a team of superheros from the Marvel comics.
Nick Fury and Dum Dum Dugan.png Nick Fury and Dum Dum Dugan appear in a S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier.
Comic Book Guy The X Men Avengers.png Comic Book Guy says "Truly this is the greatest coming together of heroes since Avengers Comics issue number one".
Sgt. Furry and his Howling K-9 Kommandos.png Simpsons Comics #144 War Is Smelly! Sgt. Furry and his Howling K-9 Kommandos are a parody of Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos.
Blackhawk Guillotine with Adamantium Blades.png Simpsons Comics #178 The Thingama-Bob from Outer Space The Blackhawk Guillotine with Adamantium Blades has Adamantium blades, a fictional metal alloy from Marvel Comics. It is best known as being the substance that makes up Wolverine's skeleton and blades.
Christmas Ape.png Simpsons Comics #214 Worst Con Ever! Bart is seen with Badgerine claws.
Simpsons Comics #211 An Unconventional Romance Cloris Clane mentioned that she cosplays as Dark Phoenix.
Simpsons Comics 218.jpg Simpsons Comics #218 Simpsons Comics #218 The cover of the comic is a parody of the Guardians of the Galaxy, in particular the variation of them that appears in the 2014 film.
Spaced Out! The third part of the story of the Protectors of the Planets is a reference to Guardians of the Galaxy.
The Thing vs. Alan Greenspan.jpg Bart Simpson #19 Bartless on a Tuesday The Thing vs. Alan Greenspan is complained about by Lenny.
CBG Avengers, Daredevil, Green Lantern.png Bart Simpson #24 ...Nelson Muntz's Guide to Grown-Up Nerds Comic Book Guy says that he finds Nelson's lack of appreciation for The Avengers continuity "appalling". He then goes on to say that the educational system is "about as effective as Ben Affleck's one-dimensional portrayal of Daredevil", referring to the 2003 film of the same name.
Dr. Octuplets.png Bart Simpson #78 Bartman vs. Doctor Octuplets Dr. Octuplets is a parody of Doctor Octopus.
Iron Frink.png Bart Simpson #81 The Todd & Rodyssey Iron Frink is a parody of Iron Man.
The X-Friends.png Bart Simpson's Treehouse of Horror #5 Dark Lisa The X-Friends is a parody of The X-Men. The character on the cover is a parody of Jean Grey.
Swingin 70s Stan Lee.png The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror Hoodoo Voodoo Brouhaha Comic Book Guy's Best Costumes Ever - Part 1 Comic Book Guy dresses up as Swingin' '70s Stan Lee, holding a Spider-Man comic at Halloween 2000.
Movie Version Dr. Octopus.png Comic Book Guy's Best Costumes Ever - Part 2 Comic Book Guy dresses as Movie Version Dr. Octopus from the film Spider-Man 2 at Bi-Mon-Sci-Fi-Con 2004.
Aunt June.png Radioactive Man #1 Dr. Crab's Commie Comics Aunt June is a reference to Aunt May.
Parker Peterman mutated.png Radioactive Man #4 The Amazing Radioactive Spider!
Radioactive Man #88 The Molten Menace of Magmo, the Lava Man In the origin of Fallout Boy, it's revealed that a radioactive spider was about to bite Rod Runtledge until it was flicked away by Claude Kane III onto the hand of Peter Parker.
Comic Book Guy: The Comic Book #2 The Death of Comic Book Guy! (Part Two) When Rev. Lovejoy presented Stan Lee at Comic Book Guy's funeral he mentioned that he was the creator of many Marvel characters, Lovejoy eventually got out of breath from mentioning all the names.
Comic Book Guy: The Comic Book #4 The Death of Comic Book Guy! (Part Four) When Comic Book Guy was a teenager he told the Graphic Novel Kid that his chin is bald as Charles Xavier's head.
Bartman #3 The Final Collision The Human Torque appears again.
Krusty, Agent of K.L.O.W.N..jpg The Best of The Simpsons #2 Krusty, Agent of K.L.O.W.N. The comic title and cover is a parody of Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D..
The Coming of Gastritus.png Simpsons Super Spectacular #3 The Coming of Gastritus The comic parodies The Coming of Galactus. Homer is Galactus and Bart is the Silver Surfer.
McBrain.png McBain #1 Have Bodybag, Will Travel! McBrain seems to be a parody of MODOK.
The Frinktonium Power Suit.png Bartman Secret Saga #1 The Once and Future Bartman Part One: Alpha and D'oh-Mega The Frinktonium Power Suit resembles Iron Man's Mk. 1 armor.

Video games[edit]

Picture Game Reference
Tapped Out Tony Stark reference.png The Simpsons: Tapped Out Chief Wiggum asks for something experimental like Tony Stark wishes he had.
Comic Book Guy says "This is infinitely worse than the Negative Zone Prison Alpha operated by S.H.I.E.L.D. I demand to see your Tony Stark!"
Tapped Out Magneto and Palpatine reference.png Milhouse says "The kind of hate only found in Magnetos, Emperors Palpatine and little girls!"
In Level 43, Comic Book Guy says "It is not a plate. It is a replica Captain America shield." "I wish it was really made of Vibranium, since I doubt this cheap plastic will hold the massive portion I am about to load up."
Tapped Out Groot reference.png Akira says "Aw, it's like a bushy baby Groot. Baby Groot – heh heh – time for a branch cut."
Tapped Out Dolph Trick-or-Treating Costume.png During Treehouse of Horror XXV, Dolph's Trick-Or-Treat costume is Venom.
Tapped Out Boba Fett Silver Surfer Dr. Who.png In the Superheroes update, Comic Book Guy, dressed as The Collector, mentions his Silver Surfer fanny pack.
Tapped Out Wild West Iron Man.png In the Wild West update Part 3, Homer goes to create an Iron Suit. Comic Book Guy says "Still others saw genius billionaire Tony Stark make his Iron Man suit and said: “That looks easy!” Fools.".

References to The Simpsons in Marvel[edit]

Picture Comic issue Story name Reference
Going to Tape The Simpsons.png Peter Parker: Spider-Man (Volume 1) #8 Perceptions: Part 1 of 5 Spider-Man, as Peter Parker, goes to British Columbia to work on a newspaper story about a series of murders. As he begins the trip, he reflects on what a good wife Mary Jane is, as she is going to tape The Simpsons and Twin Peaks while he's away.
Peter Parker: Spider-Man (Volume 1) #18 Revenge of the Sinister Six Part Two While Spider-man fights the Sinister Six he complains that they'll all miss "The Simpsons", his sentence gets interrupted at "Simps..".
Secret Invasion An alien Skrull is seen impersonating Homer when the Skrulls appear on TV as various celebrities and world leaders.
Ultimate X-Men 12.png Ultimate X-Men #12 Return to Weapon X (Part 6 of 6): End Game While fighting Wolverine, Sabretooth draws a comparison to Itchy and Scratchy.
Civil War Front Line 11.png Civil War: Front Line #11 Embedded Part Eleven While giving Captain America a reality check, Sally Floyd asks him when the last time he watched The Simpsons was.
Deadpool 4.png Deadpool #4 (2012) The Quick and the Dead and the Really Dead A mercenary refers to undead President John F. Kennedy as "Quimby", a reference to the similarities between the Quimby family and the Kennedy family.
Ms Marvel 3.png Ms. Marvel #3 (2014) Side Entrance (Part Three of Five) Kamala and Nakia leave lecture early to buy a squishee.
HowardtheDuckHansMoleman.png Howard the Duck #3 (2015) Howard, Aunt May and Tara follow an old man who is clearly a parody of Hans Moleman.

Common cast and crew[edit]

Cast[edit]

Picture Name Role in Marvel Role on The Simpsons
Hank Azaria.jpg Hank Azaria Voiced Eddie Brock (Venom) in the 1990s animated Spider-Man TV show. Main cast member.
Christopher Collins.jpg Christopher Collins Voiced Sandman in the 1980s animated Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends TV show. Original voice of Mr. Burns.
Jim Cummings.jpg Jim Cummings Voiced Shocker in the 1990s animated Spider-Man TV show.
Voiced Crusher Hogan in The Spectacular Spider-Man TV show.
Voiced Thanos in Season Two of The Super Hero Squad Show TV show.
Voice of Duncan.
Willem Dafoe.jpg Willem Dafoe Played Norman Osborn (Green Goblin) in the live action movies Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2 and Spider-Man 3 from 2002-2007.
Voiced the same character in the 2002 video game Spider-Man.
Voiced The Commandant and Jack Lassen.
William Daniels.jpg William Daniels Played Dr. John Bonifant in the second pilot of The Incredible Hulk television series "Death in the Family". Voice of KITT.
John DiMaggio.jpg John DiMaggio Voiced both Flint Marko/Sandman and Hammerhead in The Spectacular Spider-Man TV show.
Voiced Rocket Raccoon in "Lego Marvel Super Heroes"
Reprised his role as Bender Rodríguez from Futurama.
Chris Edgerly.jpg Chris Edgerly Voiced Peter Parker and J. Jonah Jameson in the short The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man.
Voiced a reporter in the video game The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction.
Provided additional voices for the video games The Invincible Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk.
Voiced Agent Haskett in the Wolverine and the X-Men TV show.
Voiced Gambit in the video game X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
Voiced Spider-Ham in the video game Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions
Voiced the Burglar in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Provided additional voices since Season 22.
June Foray.jpg June Foray Voiced Aunt May in the 1980s animated Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends TV show. Voiced a babysitting receptionist.
Jennifer Garner.jpg Jennifer Garner Played Elektra in both the 2003 film Daredevil and the 2005 film Elektra. Voiced Herself.
Topher Grace.jpg Topher Grace Played Eddie Brock (Venom) in the 2007 film Spider-Man 3. Voiced Donny in "The Debarted".
Kelsey Grammer.jpg Kelsey Grammer Played Beast (Hank McCoy) in the film X-Men: The Last Stand and reprised the role as a cameo in X-Men: Days of Future Past. Voice of Sideshow Bob.
Seth Green.jpg Seth Green Voiced Howard the Duck in the 2014 film Guardians of the Galaxy.
Voiced Rick Jones and Rocket Raccoon in Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H..
Executive producer for Robot Chicken couch gag and voiced Chris Griffin in "The Simpsons Guy".
Mark Hamill.jpg Mark Hamill Voiced Maximus the Mad in the second season of the 1994 Fantastic Four animated series.
Voiced Jason Macendale/The Hobgoblin in the 1990s animated
Spider-Man TV show.
Voiced The Gargoyle in the 1990s animated The Incredible Hulk
TV show.
Voiced The Red Skull and Chthon in The Super Hero Squad Show.
Voiced Ulysses Klaw in the animated series The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
Voiced himself and later Leavelle.
Neil Patrick Harris.jpg Neil Patrick Harris Voiced Spider-Man in the 2000s animated Spider-Man TV show.
Reprised the role in the 2010 video game Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions.
Voiced himself in "Bart the Murderer".
Phil LaMarr.jpg Phil LaMarr Played a train passenger in the 2004 film Spider-Man 2.
Voiced Bolivar Trask and Remy LeBeau/Gambit in the animated series Wolverine and the X-Men.
Voiced Robbie Robertson and Randy Robertson in The Spectacular Spider-Man TV show.
Voiced J.A.R.V.I.S. in the animated series The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes.
Voiced Hermes Conrad in "Simpsorama".
Denis Leary.jpg Denis Leary Played George Stacy in the first two The Amazing Spider-Man films. Voiced himself in "Lost Verizon".
Stan Lee.jpg Stan Lee Has various cameo appearances over many Marvel films, television shows and games. Has also created many of the Marvel characters. Voiced himself in "I Am Furious (Yellow)" and "Married to the Blob".
Ian McKellen.jpg Ian McKellen Played Magneto in the X-Men film series. Voiced himself in "The Regina Monologues".
Joe Pantoliano.jpg Joe Pantoliano Played Ben Urich in Daredevil. Voiced Dante Calabresi in "The Mook, the Chef, the Wife and Her Homer".
Luke Perry.jpg Luke Perry Voiced Rick Jones in the 1990s animated The Incredible Hulk TV show. Voiced himself in "Krusty Gets Kancelled".
J. K. Simmons.jpg J. K. Simmons Played J. Jonah Jameson in the live action movies Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2 and Spider-Man 3 from 2002-2007.
Reprised the role vocally in The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, Ultimate Spider-Man,Avengers Assemble and Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H..
Reprised his role as J. Jonah Jameson in "Moe'N'a Lisa" and voiced a tabloid editor in "Homerazzi".
Patrick Stewart.jpg Patrick Stewart Played Professor X in the X-Men film series. Voice of Number One and himself.
Frank Welker.jpg Frank Welker Voiced H.E.R.B.I.E. and The Impossible Man in the 1970s Fantastic Four TV show.
Voiced Iceman and Flash Thompson in the 1980s animated Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends TV show.
Toad and Lockheed in the 1980s pilot X-Men: Pryde of the X-Men.
Voiced Odin in the 2010s animated Avengers Assemble TV show.
Voice of Santa's Little Helper.
Adam West.jpg Adam West Voiced Nighthawk (who is a Marvel analogue of Batman) in The Super Hero Squad Show. Voiced Batman in "Large Marge", as well as himself in "Mr. Plow" and Mayor Adam West in "The Simpsons Guy".
Billy West.jpg Billy West Voiced Rocket Raccoon in Ultimate Spider-Man. Reprised his roles as Fry, Professor Farnsworth, Zoidberg and Scruffy in "Simpsorama".

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