History Series / SpiderManJapan

2nd Jul '16 2:27:17 PM Morgenthaler
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9th Jun '16 1:22:19 PM lalaTKG
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The series is not related in any way to the earlier ''Spider-Man'' manga by Creator/RyoichiIkegami, although it did have a few manga adaptations that were published in different children's magazines. Incidentally, Spider-Man's giant robot Leopardon ''did'' make it to the United States as part of the ''Godaikin'' toy line.

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The series is not related in any way to the earlier ''Spider-Man'' manga by Creator/RyoichiIkegami, Ryoichi Ikegami, although it did have a few manga adaptations that were published in different children's magazines. Incidentally, Spider-Man's giant robot Leopardon ''did'' make it to the United States as part of the ''Godaikin'' toy line.
9th Jun '16 1:21:46 PM lalaTKG
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Creator/StanLee [[ApprovalOfGod likes it]] and Marvel clearly doesn't consider it an OldShame. [[http://www.orendsrange.com/2014/04/japanese-spiderman-to-appear-in-marvels.html In fact, this incarnation is set to return in the huge crossover]] ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse''. He -- ''and'' Leopardon -- finally made their comic appearance in ''Amazing Spider-Man'' vol.3 #12, which is widely considered both a CrowningMomentOfFunny, CrowningMomentOfAwesome, and the highlight of ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'' in general.

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Creator/StanLee [[ApprovalOfGod likes it]] and Marvel clearly doesn't consider it an OldShame. [[http://www.orendsrange.com/2014/04/japanese-spiderman-to-appear-in-marvels.html In fact, this incarnation is set to return incarnation returned in the huge crossover]] ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse''. He -- ''and'' Leopardon -- finally made their comic appearance in ''Amazing Spider-Man'' vol.3 #12, which is widely considered both a CrowningMomentOfFunny, CrowningMomentOfAwesome, and the highlight of ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'' in general.
9th Apr '16 7:58:33 AM StFan
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''Spider-Man'' (スパイダーマン or ''Supaidāman'') is the infamous Japanese version of ''Franchise/SpiderMan''. This was the result of a short-lived licensing agreement between Creator/MarvelComics and Creator/{{Toei|Company}}, which also resulted in the [[http://www.anime-games.co.uk/VHS/anime/dracula.php anime version]] of ''ComicBook/TheTombOfDracula'' and three subsequent Sentai entries- ''Series/BattleFeverJ'', ''Series/DenshiSentaiDenziman'' and ''Series/TaiyouSentaiSunVulcan''.

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''Spider-Man'' (スパイダーマン or ''Supaidāman'') is the infamous Japanese version of ''Franchise/SpiderMan''. This was the result of a short-lived licensing agreement between Creator/MarvelComics and Creator/{{Toei|Company}}, which also resulted in the [[http://www.anime-games.co.uk/VHS/anime/dracula.php anime version]] of ''ComicBook/TheTombOfDracula'' and three subsequent Sentai entries- entries -- ''Series/BattleFeverJ'', ''Series/DenshiSentaiDenziman'' and ''Series/TaiyouSentaiSunVulcan''.



The show was produced in 1978-79, between the second (''Series/JAKQDengekitai'') and third (''Series/BattleFeverJ'') ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' shows and has many similarities to that franchise: Spider-Man has a car called the Spider-Machine GP-7 and a HumongousMecha named Leopardon (presumably designed for another main character that never came to be), and the series follows the familiar formula of a single organization sending out a MonsterOfTheWeek which gets defeated, then [[MakeMyMonsterGrow grows to giant size]], and is defeated by the hero in the robot. In fact, it introduced this concept to ''Super Sentai'' -- the first two shows (''Series/HimitsuSentaiGoranger'' and ''Series/JAKQDengekitai'') didn't have giant robots.

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The show was produced in 1978-79, 197879, between the second (''Series/JAKQDengekitai'') and third (''Series/BattleFeverJ'') ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' shows and has many similarities to that franchise: Spider-Man has a car called the Spider-Machine GP-7 and a HumongousMecha named Leopardon (presumably designed for another main character that never came to be), and the series follows the familiar formula of a single organization sending out a MonsterOfTheWeek which gets defeated, then [[MakeMyMonsterGrow grows to giant size]], and is defeated by the hero in the robot. In fact, it introduced this concept to ''Super Sentai'' -- the first two shows (''Series/HimitsuSentaiGoranger'' and ''Series/JAKQDengekitai'') didn't have giant robots.



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8th Apr '16 11:16:21 PM philipnova798
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''Spider-Man'' (スパイダーマン or ''Supaidāman'') is the infamous Japanese version of ''Franchise/SpiderMan''. This was the result of a short-lived licensing agreement between Creator/MarvelComics and Creator/{{Toei|Company}}, which also resulted in the [[http://www.anime-games.co.uk/VHS/anime/dracula.php anime version]] of ''ComicBook/TheTombOfDracula'' and some elements of ''Series/BattleFeverJ''.

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''Spider-Man'' (スパイダーマン or ''Supaidāman'') is the infamous Japanese version of ''Franchise/SpiderMan''. This was the result of a short-lived licensing agreement between Creator/MarvelComics and Creator/{{Toei|Company}}, which also resulted in the [[http://www.anime-games.co.uk/VHS/anime/dracula.php anime version]] of ''ComicBook/TheTombOfDracula'' and some elements of ''Series/BattleFeverJ''.
three subsequent Sentai entries- ''Series/BattleFeverJ'', ''Series/DenshiSentaiDenziman'' and ''Series/TaiyouSentaiSunVulcan''.
26th Mar '16 2:38:23 PM StFan
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[[caption-width-right:320:Looks pretty faithful to the comics, right?]]
[[quoteright:320:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/spiderman2j.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:320:...Oh.]]
26th Mar '16 2:18:05 PM dsneybuf
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[[caption-width-right:320:Looks pretty faithful to the comics, right?]]

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[[caption-width-right:320:Looks pretty faithful to the comics, right?]]



[[quoteright:320:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/spiderman2j.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:320:...Oh.]]
29th Nov '15 5:00:04 AM StFan
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The show was produced in 1978-79, between the second (''Series/JAKQDengekitai'') and third (''Series/BattleFeverJ'') ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' shows and has many similarities to that franchise: Spider-Man has a car called the Spider-Machine GP-7 and a HumongousMecha named Leopardon (Presumably designed for another main character that never came to be), and the series follows the familiar formula of a single organization sending out a MonsterOfTheWeek which gets defeated, then [[MakeMyMonsterGrow grows to giant size]], and is defeated by the hero in the robot. In fact, it introduced this concept to ''Super Sentai'' -- the first two shows (''Series/HimitsuSentaiGoranger'' and ''Series/JAKQDengekitai'') didn't have giant robots.

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The show was produced in 1978-79, between the second (''Series/JAKQDengekitai'') and third (''Series/BattleFeverJ'') ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' shows and has many similarities to that franchise: Spider-Man has a car called the Spider-Machine GP-7 and a HumongousMecha named Leopardon (Presumably (presumably designed for another main character that never came to be), and the series follows the familiar formula of a single organization sending out a MonsterOfTheWeek which gets defeated, then [[MakeMyMonsterGrow grows to giant size]], and is defeated by the hero in the robot. In fact, it introduced this concept to ''Super Sentai'' -- the first two shows (''Series/HimitsuSentaiGoranger'' and ''Series/JAKQDengekitai'') didn't have giant robots.



Creator/StanLee [[ApprovalOfGod likes it]] and Marvel clearly doesn't consider it an OldShame. [[http://www.orendsrange.com/2014/04/japanese-spiderman-to-appear-in-marvels.html In fact, this incarnation is set to return in the huge crossover]] ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse''. He - AND Leopardon - finally made their comic appearance in ''Amazing Spider-Man'' vol.3 #12, which is widely considered both a CrowningMomentOfFunny, CrowningMomentOfAwesome, and the highlight of ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'' in general.

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Creator/StanLee [[ApprovalOfGod likes it]] and Marvel clearly doesn't consider it an OldShame. [[http://www.orendsrange.com/2014/04/japanese-spiderman-to-appear-in-marvels.html In fact, this incarnation is set to return in the huge crossover]] ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse''. He - AND -- ''and'' Leopardon - -- finally made their comic appearance in ''Amazing Spider-Man'' vol.3 #12, which is widely considered both a CrowningMomentOfFunny, CrowningMomentOfAwesome, and the highlight of ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'' in general.



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28th Nov '15 7:52:23 PM EryliaStarheart
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The show was produced in 1978-79, between the second (''Series/JAKQDengekitai'') and third (''Series/BattleFeverJ'') ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' shows and has many similarities to that franchise: Spider-Man has a car called the Spider-Machine GP-7 and a HumongousMecha, and the series follows the familiar formula of a single organization sending out a MonsterOfTheWeek which gets defeated, then [[MakeMyMonsterGrow grows to giant size]], and is defeated by the hero in the robot. In fact, it introduced this concept to ''Super Sentai'' -- the first two shows (''Series/HimitsuSentaiGoranger'' and ''Series/JAKQDengekitai'') didn't have giant robots.

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The show was produced in 1978-79, between the second (''Series/JAKQDengekitai'') and third (''Series/BattleFeverJ'') ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' shows and has many similarities to that franchise: Spider-Man has a car called the Spider-Machine GP-7 and a HumongousMecha, HumongousMecha named Leopardon (Presumably designed for another main character that never came to be), and the series follows the familiar formula of a single organization sending out a MonsterOfTheWeek which gets defeated, then [[MakeMyMonsterGrow grows to giant size]], and is defeated by the hero in the robot. In fact, it introduced this concept to ''Super Sentai'' -- the first two shows (''Series/HimitsuSentaiGoranger'' and ''Series/JAKQDengekitai'') didn't have giant robots.



Creator/StanLee [[ApprovalOfGod likes it]] and Marvel clearly doesn't consider it an OldShame. [[http://www.orendsrange.com/2014/04/japanese-spiderman-to-appear-in-marvels.html In fact, this incarnation is set to return in the huge crossover]] ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse''. He finally made his comic appearance in ''Amazing Spider-Man'' vol.3 #12, and his appearance is widely considered both a CrowningMomentOfFunny, CrowningMomentOfAwesome, and the highlight of ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'' in general.

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Creator/StanLee [[ApprovalOfGod likes it]] and Marvel clearly doesn't consider it an OldShame. [[http://www.orendsrange.com/2014/04/japanese-spiderman-to-appear-in-marvels.html In fact, this incarnation is set to return in the huge crossover]] ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse''. He - AND Leopardon - finally made his their comic appearance in ''Amazing Spider-Man'' vol.3 #12, and his appearance which is widely considered both a CrowningMomentOfFunny, CrowningMomentOfAwesome, and the highlight of ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'' in general.
24th Nov '15 12:28:40 AM C2
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''Spider-Man'' (スパイダーマン or ''Supaidāman'') is the infamous Japanese version of ''Franchise/SpiderMan''. This was the result of a short-lived licensing agreement between Creator/MarvelComics and Creator/{{Toei}}, which also resulted in the [[http://www.anime-games.co.uk/VHS/anime/dracula.php anime version]] of ''ComicBook/TheTombOfDracula'' and some elements of ''Series/BattleFeverJ''.

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''Spider-Man'' (スパイダーマン or ''Supaidāman'') is the infamous Japanese version of ''Franchise/SpiderMan''. This was the result of a short-lived licensing agreement between Creator/MarvelComics and Creator/{{Toei}}, Creator/{{Toei|Company}}, which also resulted in the [[http://www.anime-games.co.uk/VHS/anime/dracula.php anime version]] of ''ComicBook/TheTombOfDracula'' and some elements of ''Series/BattleFeverJ''.
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