History Trivia / SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries

8th Jun '17 12:06:59 AM MisterCPC
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* RelationshipVoiceActor: Several voice actors who would go on to be in the ''VideoGame/MetalGear'' franchise are involved here. Among others, [[Creator/DavidHayter Captain America]] is Solid Snake and Naked Snake, the Green Goblin is Col. Volgin, [[Creator/JenniferHale Black Cat]] is Naomi Hunter and Emma Emmerich, [[Creator/CamClarke Mr. Fantastic]] is Liquid Snake, [[Creator/QuintonFlynn the Human Torch]] is Raiden, the Red Skull and the Beyonder are Sergei Gurlukovich, [[Creator/GreggBerger Mysterio and Kraven]] are the Pain, and [[Creator/RobPaulsen Hydro Man]] is the Cyborg Ninja.
6th Jun '17 12:42:35 PM MisterCPC
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* ActorAllusion: John Phillip Law plays Felicia's father, who in his prime was a master thief. Not unlike [[Film/DangerDiabolik Diabolik]].
19th May '17 7:12:22 AM Anicomicgeek
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* TheOriginalDarrin:
** Within the '90s Marvel cartoons, War Machine fall under this, with the character going back to his first voice on ''WesternAnimation/IronMan'' James Avery.
** While TheOtherDarrin within this series, similarly during the "Secret Wars" arc, Storm plays around with this as she went from her second ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' voice actress Alison Sealy-Smith (who voiced the character during the X-Men's guest appearance) to her original voice actress, Iona Morris.
30th Apr '17 2:42:06 PM nombretomado
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* MissingEpisode: Following the 9/11 attacks, Creator/ABCFamily pulled "Shriek of the Vulture" and "The Final Nightmare" (both of which featured a burning skyscraper) from the rerun schedule. These two episodes concluded the Neogenic Nightmare arc and led into Season 3's "Doctor Strange", so you can imagine how displeased fans were. It wasn't until the end of ''2007'', though, that this changed. ToonDisney aired the two episodes as a part of an all-series New Year's Eve/Day marathon. As long as the show has been airing, the two episodes have been rerun regularly ever since.

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* MissingEpisode: Following the 9/11 attacks, Creator/ABCFamily pulled "Shriek of the Vulture" and "The Final Nightmare" (both of which featured a burning skyscraper) from the rerun schedule. These two episodes concluded the Neogenic Nightmare arc and led into Season 3's "Doctor Strange", so you can imagine how displeased fans were. It wasn't until the end of ''2007'', though, that this changed. ToonDisney Creator/ToonDisney aired the two episodes as a part of an all-series New Year's Eve/Day marathon. As long as the show has been airing, the two episodes have been rerun regularly ever since.
10th Mar '17 12:14:53 PM CASCHero
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* MarthDebutedInSmashBros: If it wasn't [[Film/{{Blade}} the movie]], most familiar with Blade were first introduced to him in this series.

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* MarthDebutedInSmashBros: If it wasn't [[Film/{{Blade}} the movie]], most familiar with Blade were first introduced to him in this series. Heck, it's likely ''because'' of this series that film was possibly more successful due to people remembering him here.
10th Mar '17 12:12:02 PM CASCHero
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* MarthDebutedInSmashBrothers: If it wasn't [[Film/{{Blade}} the movie]], most familiar with Blade were first introduced to him in this series.

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* MarthDebutedInSmashBrothers: MarthDebutedInSmashBros: If it wasn't [[Film/{{Blade}} the movie]], most familiar with Blade were first introduced to him in this series.
10th Mar '17 12:11:12 PM CASCHero
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* MarthDebutedInSmashBrothers: If it wasn't [[Film/{{Blade}} the movie]], most familiar with Blade were first introduced to him in this series.
9th Mar '17 11:06:17 AM b3900
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* KeepCirculatingtheTapes: For whatever reason, the series has never had a full DVD release in the United States. A full DVD set of the series was released in Europe however and the series has streamed on Netflix and other sites.
13th Feb '17 12:00:38 PM Arawn999
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* FlipFlopOfGod: When drafting ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'', writer Dan Slott and editor Nick Lowe decided that ''WesternAnimation/Spider-ManUnlimited'' was "logically" the sequel to ''WesternAnimation/Spider-ManTheAnimatedSeries'', and killed off the show's Spider-Man to show how dangerous a threat the Inheritors were. A few years later, the 1990's animated series' Spider-Man cameoed in ''ComicBook/XMen92'' with no explanation whatsoever as to how he was still alive.

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* FlipFlopOfGod: When drafting ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'', writer Dan Slott and editor Nick Lowe decided that ''WesternAnimation/Spider-ManUnlimited'' ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManUnlimited'' was "logically" the sequel to ''WesternAnimation/Spider-ManTheAnimatedSeries'', ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries'', and killed off the show's Spider-Man to show how dangerous a threat the Inheritors were. A few years later, the 1990's animated series' Spider-Man cameoed in ''ComicBook/XMen92'' with no explanation whatsoever as to how he was still alive.
13th Feb '17 12:00:14 PM Arawn999
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* FlipFlopOfGod: When drafting ''ComicBook/SpiderVerse'', writer Dan Slott and editor Nick Lowe decided that ''WesternAnimation/Spider-ManUnlimited'' was "logically" the sequel to ''WesternAnimation/Spider-ManTheAnimatedSeries'', and killed off the show's Spider-Man to show how dangerous a threat the Inheritors were. A few years later, the 1990's animated series' Spider-Man cameoed in ''ComicBook/XMen92'' with no explanation whatsoever as to how he was still alive.
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