oHOTmu or NOT Ep.91: Radioactive Man to Red Guardian

A villain off the Geiger scale. Another Kang. A noisy snake. A commie who hangs out with apes. And one who doesn't. Which are Hot? Which are Not? Find out, as the Hot Squad continues its coverage of OHOTMU's 10th issue and reveals how datable its characters are.

Featuring permanent panelists Elyse, Isabel, Nathalie, Josée, Shotgun, and Amelie.

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"Can You Dig It?" (Theme for oHOTmu or NOT?) by Brian Tyler.

Bonus clips from: "Radioactive" by Imagine Dragons; "Mr. Toot" by Ylvis; "Rattlesnake" by Kabaret Sybarit; "U Can't Touch This" by M.C. Hammer; and "Radioactive" by Marina and the Diamonds.

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Anonymous said…
Yeah, the FF originally went back in time to find a cure for Alicia's blindness, but all the baggage and backstory that got added to Rama-Tut made everything so convoluted (almost as convoluted as the girls' time travel discussion). Years later, someone (Roy Thomas maybe?) did a Dr. Strange story that had him showing up during that FF story, so now when you read it you have to imagine Doc Strange is running around off-panel (kinda like the DS9 episode Trials and Tribble-ations).

By the way, I sent you a jpeg of the Super-Apes from the 1989 Update, so check your email.

Mike W.
Surefoot said…
Why would any time traveller want to settle in the past? Even if you could rule, it's gonna stink, there's no toilet paper, diseases you never developed immunity for will threaten you, and there's only so much enjoyment you can get from jesters.
It seems like a lot of super-villains from the early Marvel age had hypnosis powers at one point or another. I don't know what Stan's obsession was with hypnotizing people, but if you read those Marvel Masterworks from the 60s, you'll see it a LOT.