While I've been working on my most recent story, a lot of ideas have been popping around in my head that concern the "MARVELOUS Muppets" series, which I'll be turning back to soon after I finish the recent story in process. There are some stories in the series that I haven't got off the ground yet, and there are some that are in desperate need for a revision. And, as I stated before, all of these stories will have popular characters from the Disney franchise. Here's a list of "MARVELOUS Muppets" tales that you can expect in the future: The "Spidey" Saga: OK. After seeing the new Spider-Man 3 teaser trailer, I believe I have the perfect set of stories to lead into the next movie. A while back, I attempted to start on a Spidey/Muppets story titled "Web of Heroes", and at first I said that story will be untold, but now I've changed my mind. I'm going back to that tale and revising it, keeping some original ideas, taking out others, and coming up with new ones. What I plan to do is use characters from Kim Possible (who made an appearance in "Hulk-O-Vision") and Lilo & Stitch to help back up the Muppets in their adventure. One idea I have involves putting Kim and Ron in the Daily Bugle as undercover reporters. Speaking of which, somewhere in the series of stories, KMUP employees Clifford, Rizzo, and Pepe will be coming to the Daily Bugle, along with returning reporter Gonzo the Great. The "Fantastic Four" Saga: After several attempts to work up an FF/Muppets tale, I've found the perfect storyline that'll once again team up aliens and mutants. The KMUP station will return as it moves to Manhattan, and it could've moved there at a perfect time, because Jen and Kira have also arrived to seek help to defeat an intergalactic threat (if the Silver Surfer and Galactus are going to be in the next FF movie, then this will be the reason of their arrival). But as this is happening, Dr. Bunsen Honeydew and Beaker are trying to avoid public attention (and their greatest fans, coming in the form of Johnny Fiama, Sal Manilla, and Bobo the Bear), as they reminisce over their history with the Fantastic Four. Meanwhile, Dr. Phil Van Neuter (and his assistant Mulch) also reminisce over their history with the most feared man in Manhattan, Victor Von Doom (a.k.a. "Dr. Doom"), as they attempt to bring him back to life. Characters from W.I.T.C.H. will also play important roles in the story. The Electric Mayhem/Daredevil/Punisher Story: This idea just popped in my head last night, as I was thinking of how I could tie the Muppets in with two of the darkest heroes in the Marvel Universe. At first, I wanted to tie them in with the most darkest characters in Henson-related shows and movies, but then I decided to see how they function with a bunch of crazy musicians like "The Electric Mayhem". In this tale, the group is being sued for claims of threatening to blow up a stadium, when they performed a song that had the words "blow" and "atom bomb" in the lyrics, and their lawyer is none other than Matt Murdock (a.k.a. "Daredevil"). Meanwhile, Frank Castle (also known as "The Punisher") has targeted them for punishment, leaving their lives literally in the hands of the Daredevil. The Labyrinth/Blade/Ghost Rider Story: With Ghost Rider coming out in February 2007, this will have to be the first story that I'll tackle out of all the "MARVELOUS Muppets" tales in this list. If you last remember in the X-Men/Muppets story, "And He'll Stand With...", Jareth was supposedly cured by Gobo Fraggle. Well, Jareth was cured, but only of his imprisonment in our world; Gobo had unwillingly improved Jareth's Goblin King powers to the 100th degree, making him an unstoppable supernatural force. Now targeting Sarah and her friends from the Labyrinth, Jareth is out for revenge; however, Sarah isn't alone. Jareth is being targeted himself...by the half-Vampire/half-human being that calls himself Blade. With the Daywalker on his tail, Jareth must resort to teaming up with old allies (Mephisto and his "son", Blackheart), as another unearthly force is unleashed, which people will call "The Ghost Rider". Characters from "American Dragon: Jake Long" will play important roles. The plots to these stories may change, depending on what the plots to the movies look like. The only one that probably won't change at all will be the "Electric Mayhem/Daredevil/Punisher" tale, since the movie adaptations to Daredevil and The Punisher have been out for a couple of years now. I'm still working on a good storyline for the "Scooter/Ultimate Avengers" story, which I'm sure will probably tie-in with the new "Iron Man" movie.