Marvel Comics' "First Family", the Fantastic Four, returned to television in 1994 as 1/2 of the Marvel Action Hour, coupled with Iron Man, and with both segments introduced by co-creator Stan Lee, at least in the first season.
Beau Weaver (ex-Superman) was cast as Reed Richards, aka Mr. Fantastic. Ageless wonder Chuck McCann voiced the Thing, and, in season 1, Brian Austin Green, then on Beverly Hills 90210, not only was the voice of "Human Torch" Johnny Storm, but reportedly also recorded the show's theme song. However, Green was replaced in season 2 by newcomer Quinton Flynn. New World, which at the time was Marvel's parent company, cancelled the series after 2 seasons, but, inevitably, the FF would later return.
Following is the season 2 premiere, "And a Blind Man Shall Lead Them", guest-starring Daredevil (Bill Smitrovich). This episode was included on a DVD compilation involving Daredevil & Spider-Man a few years later:
To me, ending the series at 2 seasons was a mistake, as they could've gone further. As it happened, the last FF series, produced in Europe and shown on Cartoon Network a while back, was reportedly almost as bad as the 1978 series. Oh, well.