The Adventures of Gulliver these days is probably most remembered for being included in the syndicated "Banana Splits and Friends" syndication package as it was released around 1980. I don't know if it was shown on Boomerang or not! It was one of those shows Hanna-Barbera created where they took a public domain famous book and transformed it into a Saturday morning cartoon (such as they did with Moby Dick). In this one, it's Gary Gulliver in search of his lost father and a treasure, and winding up in Lilliput.
Perhaps the Gulliver cartoon shouldn't have been made into a comic, but I think Jason of Star Command could've been a great comic book! Sadly, most of Filmation's shows never made it into comics form (I think Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids was the only one with any success). A comic book version of this show could've taken advantage of the SFX comics can do but Filmation couldn't afford!
Ironside is a show I have vague memories of watching. I don't recall it being too adult for most comics readers, although maybe the lead character being in a wheelchair might've made it less appealing for some readers. Still, Adam-12 made it to comics, why couldn't Ironside?