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* Arachnophobia--the irrational fear of spiders.

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* Arachnophobia--the irrational fear of spiders. It's actually one of the most common phobias out there, which might justify this trope's existence.
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* ''Film/MeetTheFeebles'' features [[spoiler: a GiantSpider that works at the docks. It attacks Bletch, Trevor, and Barry, killing the latter by [[OffWithHisHead eating his head off]]. It ends up getting killed by having its face smashed against a hanging cargo. Regardless, it ''is'' pretty terrifying to look at! Bletch even reveals a fear of spiders when the arachnid tries to kill him]].
9th Feb '17 12:32:35 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/{{Nightwish}}'': A character hallucinates having her head placed inside a glass box full of tarantulas.
16th Jan '17 12:58:48 PM starkitty93
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* ''VideoGame/JakIIRenegade'' has a section of the Tomb of Mar portion where Daxter, after having escaped from being crushed by a boulder, encounters a GiantSpider and must run from it.

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* ''VideoGame/JakIIRenegade'' has a section of in the Tomb of Mar portion where Daxter, after having escaped from being crushed by a boulder, encounters a GiantSpider and must run from it.
16th Jan '17 12:57:51 PM starkitty93
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* ''VideoGame/JakIIRenegade'' has a section of the Tomb of Mar portion where Daxter, after having escaped from being crushed by a boulder, encounters a GiantSpider and must run from it.
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* In the ''[[VideoGame/HomeAloneSega Home Alone]]'' LicensedGame for the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis, in the Mansion, Buzz's pet spider crawls along the ceiling, occasionally knocking down either Kevin, Harry, or Marv if they get near him.
25th Dec '16 8:48:51 PM M84
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* The ending scene from ''Film/TheFly1958''. The sight of that spider slowly approaching the helpless fly-human...
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24th Dec '16 3:50:29 PM merotoker
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In reality, more people are killed each year by champagne corks or falling vending machines than spiders. A rather unimpressive record compared to, say, {{bears|AreBadNews}}, [[NeverSmileAtACrocodile crocodiles]], [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes venomous snakes]], or even [[SavageWolves canines]] or [[ThreateningShark sharks]]. However, those animals all have two eyes, internal skeletons and red blood. When it comes to narrative effect, otherness is always scarier than practical threat.

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In reality, more people are killed each year by champagne corks or falling vending machines than spiders. A rather unimpressive record compared to, say, {{bears|AreBadNews}}, [[NeverSmileAtACrocodile crocodiles]], [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes [[SnakesAreSinister venomous snakes]], or even [[SavageWolves canines]] or [[ThreateningShark sharks]]. However, those animals all have two eyes, internal skeletons and red blood. When it comes to narrative effect, otherness is always scarier than practical threat.



** The second season also had Arukenimon, an ArcVillian.

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** The second season also had Arukenimon, an ArcVillian.ArcVillain.



** The spider-type pokemon can be considered more of an aversion to this trope due to their basic designs not being all that grotesque, especially what with Spinarak and Joltik being more cute and cuddly looking in appearance.
** Misty is terrified of spiders but only because she's afraid of bug pokemon in general.

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** The spider-type pokemon Pokémon can be considered more of an aversion to this trope due to their basic designs not being all that grotesque, especially what with Spinarak and Joltik being more cute and cuddly looking in appearance.
** Misty is terrified of spiders but only because she's afraid of bug pokemon Pokémon in general.



* While [[SpiderPeople Rachnera]] from Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl [[DarkIsNotEvil is a decent person once you scratch under the surface]] ([[BoundAndGagged well,]] [[BrainsAndBondage mostly]]), she does get quite a bit of mileage from her potential to scare/intimidate thanks to her arachnid appearance, like the time she stopped the AttemptedRape of Centorea [[NightmareFace dead in its tracks]].

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* While [[SpiderPeople Rachnera]] from Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl ''Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl'' [[DarkIsNotEvil is a decent person once you scratch under the surface]] ([[BoundAndGagged well,]] [[BrainsAndBondage mostly]]), she does get quite a bit of mileage from her potential to scare/intimidate thanks to her arachnid appearance, like the time she stopped the AttemptedRape of Centorea [[NightmareFace dead in its tracks]].



* Subverted by ComicBook/SpiderMan who calls himself "friendly neighborhood Spider-Man" and is loved (or at least tolerated) by everyone in New York but J. Jonah Jameson; but played straight by spider-motif enemies Venom and Carnage. Sort of.
** Even then, Spider-Man is ''supposed'' to be creepy. When shown from the villains' point of view, we're shown a guy who moves and stands nothing like a human being (putting him in the UncannyValley), can come out of freaking nowhere, and no matter how far you run or how sneaky you think you're being, you ''will'' find him hanging upside down in front of you with the giant bug-eyed eyepieces staring into your soul.
** According to Creator/StanLee, Marvel publisher Martin Goodman almost [[{{pun}} squashed]] ComicBook/SpiderMan idea for the reason that "people don't like spiders." This is why Spidey made his debut in the last issue of the cancelled ''Amazing Fantasy''.

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* Subverted by ComicBook/SpiderMan Franchise/SpiderMan who calls himself "friendly neighborhood Spider-Man" and is loved (or at least tolerated) by everyone in New York but J. Jonah Jameson; but played straight by spider-motif enemies Venom ComicBook/{{Venom}} and Carnage.ComicBook/{{Carnage}}. Sort of.
** Even then, Spider-Man is ''supposed'' to be creepy. [[MookHorrorShow When shown from the villains' point of view, view]], we're shown a guy who moves and stands nothing like a human being (putting him in the UncannyValley), can come out of freaking nowhere, and no matter how far you run or how sneaky you think you're being, you ''will'' find him hanging upside down in front of you with the giant bug-eyed eyepieces staring into your soul.
** According to Creator/StanLee, Marvel publisher Martin Goodman almost [[{{pun}} squashed]] the ComicBook/SpiderMan idea for the reason that "people don't like spiders." This is why Spidey made his debut in the last issue of the cancelled ''Amazing Fantasy''.



* In the {{Tintin}} book ''The Shooting Star'', Tintin sees a meteorite through a telescope and nearly has a heart attack when he sees a spider covering the entire thing. It turns out it was just spider through the telescope, which causes Snowy to laugh at him... until he sees it himself and jumps three feet in the air (which blossoms a running gag through the series).

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* In the {{Tintin}} Franchise/{{Tintin}} book ''The Shooting Star'', Tintin sees a meteorite through a telescope and nearly has a heart attack when he sees a spider covering the entire thing. It turns out it was just spider through the telescope, which causes Snowy to laugh at him... until he sees it himself and jumps three feet in the air (which blossoms a running gag through the series).



* ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNimh'': A spider stalked Mrs. Brisby without her knowing it, before it got squashed by the Great Owl.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNimh'': ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNIMH'': A spider stalked Mrs. Brisby without her knowing it, before it got squashed by the Great Owl.




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* The sequel to ''WesternAnimation/{{Hoodwinked}}'' had a [[GiantSpider giant black widow spider]] attempt to attack and devour Red Riding Hood and her grandma before the timely arrival of the Woodsman and his team of yodelers. Subverted in the end where the spider is befriended by Granny's redeemed rival.



* The more recent ''Spiders 3D''. Pity any arachnophobes who dare to see this film in its orginal format.

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* The more recent ''Spiders 3D''. Pity any arachnophobes who dare to see this film in its orginal original format.



** No relation to a [[NamesTheSame similarly-titled]] 2001 movie about a lowly comic book fan who injects himself with a serum in order to become [[SpiderMan a superhero with spider-like powers,]] but although it causes him to gain the powers of a human-sized spider, it also gives him the ''appearance'' of a human-sized spider and an endless hunger for human flesh.

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** No relation to a [[NamesTheSame [[SimilarlyNamedWorks similarly-titled]] 2001 movie about a lowly comic book fan who injects himself with a serum in order to become [[SpiderMan [[Franchise/SpiderMan a superhero with spider-like powers,]] but although it causes him to gain the powers of a human-sized spider, it also gives him the ''appearance'' of a human-sized spider and an endless hunger for human flesh.



* [[SpiderTank The giant mechanical spider]] from the WillSmith movie ''Film/WildWildWest''. Earlier in the film, Gordon is terrified of the desert tarantula that is crawling up Jim's arm. Jim, unfazed, comments "he's just trying to get warm."
* The movie ''Film/EightLeggedFreaks'' is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin, but it plays the whole thing for laughs with the siders' silly voices and antics.

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* [[SpiderTank The giant mechanical spider]] from the WillSmith Creator/WillSmith movie ''Film/WildWildWest''. Earlier in the film, Gordon is terrified of the desert tarantula that is crawling up Jim's arm. Jim, unfazed, comments "he's just trying to get warm."
* The movie ''Film/EightLeggedFreaks'' is ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin, but it plays the whole thing for laughs with the siders' spiders' silly voices and antics.



* In the film of ''Film/DrNo'', a mook plants a tarantula in Bond's hotel room at night, clearly the most terrifying thing in the world. In the book it was a centipede known by Bond to be deadly - guess he hadn't read up on all the arthropods...

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* In the film of ''Film/DrNo'', a mook plants a tarantula in Bond's hotel room at night, clearly the most terrifying thing in the world. In [[Literature/DrNo the book book]] it was a centipede known by Bond to be deadly - guess he hadn't read up on all the arthropods...



* In the live action version of ''Film/CharlottesWeb'', it's averted, obviously. However, as far as Ike the horse is concerned though, it's played straight, but PlayedForLaughs. [[spoiler:He mostly grows out of it at the end when Charlotte's babies hatch]]

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* In [[TheFilmOfTheBook the live action version version]] of ''Film/CharlottesWeb'', ''Literature/CharlottesWeb'', it's averted, obviously. However, as far as Ike the horse is concerned though, it's played straight, but PlayedForLaughs. [[spoiler:He mostly grows out of it at the end when Charlotte's babies hatch]]



* Initially averted in ''Literature/HarryPotter'': Harry has lived in a cupboard long enough not to be bothered by normal spiders. DoubleSubverted by [[BigCreepyCrawly Aragog]] from ''[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheChamberOfSecrets The Chamber of Secrets]]'', the giant Spider that was Hagrid's pet. Initially, he seems chatty and civil, and then he turned out to be scary as all hell. While he's thankful enough to Hagrid to not eat people himself, he doesn't care if his ''children'' eat anyone besides Hagrid himself. His children are even worse, as they had to be restrained from killing Hagrid by their parent.

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* Initially averted in ''Literature/HarryPotter'': Harry has lived in a cupboard long enough not to be bothered by normal spiders. DoubleSubverted DoubleSubversion by [[BigCreepyCrawly Aragog]] from ''[[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheChamberOfSecrets The Chamber of Secrets]]'', the giant Spider that was Hagrid's pet. Initially, he seems chatty and civil, and then he turned out to be scary as all hell. While he's thankful enough to Hagrid to not eat people himself, he doesn't care if his ''children'' eat anyone besides Hagrid himself. His children are even worse, as they had to be restrained from killing Hagrid by their parent.



* In Creator/StephenKing's ''Literature/{{It}}'', Pennywise turns into a demonic GiantSpider.
* Also from Creator/StephenKing, in Franchise/TheDarkTower, Mordred is described as a sort of were-spider. Fitting, given who one of his fathers is. [[spoiler: The Crimson King, who is sometimes called the "Lord of Spiders," and is somewhat were-spider-like in the comic adaptations.]]

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* Creator/StephenKing
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In Creator/StephenKing's ''Literature/{{It}}'', Pennywise turns into a demonic GiantSpider.
* Also from Creator/StephenKing, in Franchise/TheDarkTower, ** In ''Franchise/TheDarkTower'', Mordred is described as a sort of were-spider. Fitting, given who one of his fathers is. [[spoiler: The Crimson King, who is sometimes called the "Lord of Spiders," and is somewhat were-spider-like in the comic adaptations.]]



* The fire-spiders in Literature/TheQuestOfTheUnaligned. Not only are they giant foot-long spiders that shoot strands of [[IncendiaryExponent flaming ]][[YouHaveToBurnTheWeb web]], they also attack in swarms of five hundred or more and tend to inhabit caves where the spilt web on the walls can cook their victims alive via a notable aversion of ConvectionShmonvection. The scene where Alaric and Laeshana have to cut their way through a swarm of these things is one of the book's tenser moments.

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* The fire-spiders in Literature/TheQuestOfTheUnaligned.''Literature/TheQuestOfTheUnaligned''. Not only are they giant foot-long spiders that shoot strands of [[IncendiaryExponent flaming ]][[YouHaveToBurnTheWeb web]], they also attack in swarms of five hundred or more and tend to inhabit caves where the spilt web on the walls can cook their victims alive via a notable aversion of ConvectionShmonvection. The scene where Alaric and Laeshana have to cut their way through a swarm of these things is one of the book's tenser moments.



* Taken in a BadPowersGoodPeople sense in Literature/TheLostYearsOfMerlin books, where the Grand Elusa is a white spider. A talking, ancient, size-shifting, teleporting, deeply magical, endlessly hungry white spider rightly seen as terrifying. She also patiently endures the main character's whining, has "love as strong as her hunger", and restricts her diet to evil things, even if she talks a lot about eating any visitors who show up.

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* Taken in a BadPowersGoodPeople sense in Literature/TheLostYearsOfMerlin ''Literature/TheLostYearsOfMerlin'' books, where the Grand Elusa is a white spider. A talking, ancient, size-shifting, teleporting, deeply magical, endlessly hungry white spider rightly seen as terrifying. She also patiently endures the main character's whining, has "love as strong as her hunger", and restricts her diet to evil things, even if she talks a lot about eating any visitors who show up.



* An episode of ''[[Series/TheAvengers The Avengers]]'' entitled ''The Fear Merchants'' involved a group of people who would find out their targets' worst fears and phobias and use them to devastating effect. [[CaptainObvious Guess what one of those phobias was?]]

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* An episode of ''[[Series/TheAvengers The Avengers]]'' ''Series/TheAvengers'' entitled ''The "The Fear Merchants'' Merchants" involved a group of people who would find out their targets' worst fears and phobias and use them to devastating effect. [[CaptainObvious Guess what one of those phobias was?]]



* ''PowerRangers'' and all other {{Toku}} series have a spider MonsterOfTheWeek every so often.
** ''Franchise/KamenRider'' makes a ''point'' of it, as {{Homage}}. The first two Monster of the Weeks in the original series were a spider and a bat in that order, so many a modern KR will have a spider and a bat as the first monsters, or recurring enemies, or paired, or important to the story, or something. Spiders are really the ones they use to ramp up the creepy, though, so this trope is in effect whether homaging or not. Most KR monsters are PeopleInRubberSuits, but the spider in ''Film/KamenRiderZO'' was a huge horrific {{Claymation}} drider with blood red eyes and unhingeable jaws on its otherwise human face (looks like a GlasgowSmile, then opens its mouth, and... uh, you should run at that point.) ''Series/KamenRiderRyuki'' gave us a giant ''CGI'' spider that revived as a giant CGI drider. ''Series/KamenRiderDouble'' has a Spider Dopant in the teamup with ''Series/KamenRiderOOO,'' and its design wasn't too scary but its effect was pretty horrible.
* The one thing that scares Budnick in ''SaluteYourShorts''.

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* ''PowerRangers'' ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' and all other {{Toku}} series have a spider MonsterOfTheWeek every so often.
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often. ''Franchise/KamenRider'' makes a ''point'' of it, as {{Homage}}. The first two Monster of the Weeks in the original series were a spider and a bat in that order, so many a modern KR will have a spider and a bat as the first monsters, or recurring enemies, or paired, or important to the story, or something. Spiders are really the ones they use to ramp up the creepy, though, so this trope is in effect whether homaging or not. Most KR monsters are PeopleInRubberSuits, but the spider in ''Film/KamenRiderZO'' was a huge horrific {{Claymation}} drider with blood red eyes and unhingeable jaws on its otherwise human face (looks like a GlasgowSmile, then opens its mouth, and... uh, you should run at that point.) ''Series/KamenRiderRyuki'' gave us a giant ''CGI'' spider that revived as a giant CGI drider. ''Series/KamenRiderDouble'' has a Spider Dopant in the teamup with ''Series/KamenRiderOOO,'' and its design wasn't too scary but its effect was pretty horrible.
* The one thing that scares Budnick in ''SaluteYourShorts''.''Series/SaluteYourShorts''.



* Averted on ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration,'' where Chief O'Brien tells Lieutenant Barclay at the end of "Realm of Fear" about how he overcame his own fear of spiders to work a repair in a spider-infested crawlspace. The episode ended with O'Brien's pet tarantula crawling on Barclay's arm.

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* ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''
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Averted on ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration,'' where when Chief O'Brien tells Lieutenant Barclay at the end of "Realm of Fear" about how he overcame his own fear of spiders to work a repair in a spider-infested crawlspace. The episode ended with O'Brien's pet tarantula crawling on Barclay's arm.



* In ''TheWildWildWest'' episode The Night of the Poisonous Posey one of the bad guys uses tarantulas as murder weapons. West kills one when he sees it next to Gordon while he is taking a nap. Later, Gordon plants one in another bad guy’s glove. This bad guy spots it before it bites him, and he predictably thinks the spider guy is trying to kill him.

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* In ''TheWildWildWest'' ''Series/TheWildWildWest'' episode The "The Night of the Poisonous Posey Posey" one of the bad guys uses tarantulas as murder weapons. West kills one when he sees it next to Gordon while he is taking a nap. Later, Gordon plants one in another bad guy’s glove. This bad guy spots it before it bites him, and he predictably thinks the spider guy is trying to kill him.



* ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes'' has the recurring threat of [[NebulousEvilOrganization Arachnos]], and their leader, [[BigBad Lord Recluse]]. In ''VideoGame/CityOfVillains'', you can work for them, if you want.
* Why do you think these are a staple of the Franchise/ResidentEvil games? When people were used to the tarantula and huntsman style GiantSpider they were given several redesigns to be made more scary, and included even when they weren't needed (''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5'' had realistic, normal but still huge ones in the background, and the Lost in Nightmares DLC had some bigger than Jill's ass.) [[SarcasmMode Thanks, thanks a lot.]]

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* ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes'' has the recurring threat of [[NebulousEvilOrganization [[NebulousEvilOrganisation Arachnos]], and their leader, [[BigBad Lord Recluse]]. In ''VideoGame/CityOfVillains'', you can work for them, if you want.
* Why do you think these are a staple of the Franchise/ResidentEvil ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' games? When people were used to the tarantula and huntsman style GiantSpider they were given several redesigns to be made more scary, and included even when they weren't needed (''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5'' had realistic, normal but still huge ones in the background, and the Lost in Nightmares DLC had some bigger than Jill's ass.) [[SarcasmMode Thanks, thanks a lot.]]



* ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' movie "Wrath Of The Spider Queen" had the titular duo facing off against giant killer spiders sent by the eponymous BigBad herself.
** There's also Jeff, who Billy is absolutely terrified of, but he's really a nice guy, and just wants his dad to love him.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' movie "Wrath Of The Spider Queen" had the titular duo facing off against giant killer spiders sent by the eponymous BigBad herself.
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herself. There's also Jeff, who Billy is absolutely terrified of, but he's really a nice guy, and just wants his dad to love him.



* [[TransformersAnimated Optimus Prime]] apparently has a fear of spiders ever since the day both he and [[JerkAss Sentinel]] accidentally left [[PsychoExGirlfriend Blackarachnia]] behind on a spider-infested planet.

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* [[TransformersAnimated ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'': Optimus Prime]] Prime apparently has a fear of spiders ever since the day both he and [[JerkAss Sentinel]] accidentally left [[PsychoExGirlfriend Blackarachnia]] behind on a spider-infested planet.



* Fang from ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', who shoots paralysis-inflicting venom beams.
** His design is a doozy. Picture a giant spider... with a human body dangling from it and sorta swaying in the wind as the spider body does... stuff. He basically has a spider five times his size ''for a head.''
* This is what [[WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls Buttercup]] fears in "[[WhatDoTheyFearEpisode Power-Noia.]]"

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* Fang from ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', who shoots paralysis-inflicting venom beams.
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beams. His design is a doozy. Picture a giant spider... with a human body dangling from it and sorta swaying in the wind as the spider body does... stuff. He basically has a spider five times his size ''for a head.''
* ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'': This is what [[WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls Buttercup]] Buttercup fears in "[[WhatDoTheyFearEpisode Power-Noia.]]"



* The sequel to ''WesternAnimation/{{Hoodwinked}}'' had a [[GiantSpider giant black widow spider]] attempt to attack and devour Red Riding Hood and her grandma before the timely arrival of the Woodsman and his team of yodelers. Subverted in the end where the spider is befriended by Granny's redeemed rival.
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'', Spongebob is sleeping over at Patrick's. Unfortunately for Spongebob, Patrick starts having a nightmare about spiders, and uses his house to start smashing the ground where Spongebob is sleeping.
** How does Patrick know about spiders???
*** [[ParanoiaFuel Some spiders can breathe underwater.]]

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* The sequel to ''WesternAnimation/{{Hoodwinked}}'' had a [[GiantSpider giant black widow spider]] attempt to attack and devour Red Riding Hood and her grandma before the timely arrival of the Woodsman and his team of yodelers. Subverted in the end where the spider is befriended by Granny's redeemed rival.
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'', Spongebob ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'', [=SpongeBob=] is sleeping over at Patrick's. Unfortunately for Spongebob, [=SpongeBob=], Patrick starts having a nightmare about spiders, and uses his house to start smashing the ground where Spongebob p-[=SpongeBob=] is sleeping.
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sleeping. How does Patrick know about spiders???
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spiders? [[ParanoiaFuel Some spiders can breathe underwater.]]



* ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'' features Airachnid, a black widow-based Decepticon huntress who rules the Insecticons and delights in adding new species to the Endangered list, humans included. [[spoiler: She was also responsible for the death of Arcee's first partner, as well as [[WorfEffect Breakdown]] and [[MercyKill Silas]].]] As if that weren't creepy enough she [[spoiler: gets transformed into a Vampire-Terrorcon hybrid mid-series and is last seen feeding on her own subjects]] .

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* ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'' features Airachnid, a black widow-based Decepticon huntress who rules the Insecticons and delights in adding new species to the Endangered list, humans included. [[spoiler: She was also responsible for the death of Arcee's first partner, as well as [[WorfEffect [[TheWorfEffect Breakdown]] and [[MercyKill Silas]].]] As if that weren't creepy enough she [[spoiler: gets transformed into a Vampire-Terrorcon hybrid mid-series and is last seen feeding on her own subjects]] .
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* In ''Film/HangmansCurse'', it's revealed that the attacks are the result of planted pheromones causing an African Spotted wolf spider to bite the victims. Then, they breed with a brown recluse spider and infest the school...
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