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* TheStrengthOfTenMen: Kraven the Hunter says he has the strength of ten gorillas.
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* {{Underlighting}}: The second season used underlighting for Iceman and Firestar's transformation sequences, and for Video Man's eyes.
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* {{Narrator}}: Creator/StanLee narrated the series. "Excelsior!" (Though many of his narrations were not on the masters used for the ABC Family showings and the masters were kept for the later Disney XD airings and Netflix release.)
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* MsFanservice: Firestar wears a very form-fitting jumpsuit that showcases her entire body shape and physique as being very curvy and voluptuous, her breasts are well endowed, and she has what seems to be a painstakingly drawn behind.

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* MsFanservice: Firestar wears a very form-fitting jumpsuit that showcases her entire body shape and physique as being very curvy and voluptuous, her breasts are and that she's well endowed, and she has what seems to be a painstakingly drawn behind.endowed.
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* MsFanservice: Firestar wears a very form-fitting jumpsuit that showcases her entire body shape and physique as being very curvy and voluptuous.

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* MsFanservice: Firestar wears a very form-fitting jumpsuit that showcases her entire body shape and physique as being very curvy and voluptuous.voluptuous, her breasts are well endowed, and she has what seems to be a painstakingly drawn behind.



* TrueCompanions: TheSuper-Friends are as close as family, and just as protective.

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* TrueCompanions: TheSuper-Friends The Super-Friends are as close as family, and just as protective.
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* SecretIdentityIdentity: All three of the PowerTrio often express being confused which is their true identity.

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* SecretIdentityIdentity: SecretIdentity: All three of the PowerTrio often express being confused which is their true have a secret identity.
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* AbridgedSeries: [[http://www.youtube.com/user/whiteshaft04 SPIDER-MAAAAAAAAAAAAAN!!!]]
** And his Amazing Friends!

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* AbridgedSeries: AbridgedSeries:
**
[[http://www.youtube.com/user/whiteshaft04 SPIDER-MAAAAAAAAAAAAAN!!!]]
** And his Amazing Friends!
SPIDER-MAAAAAAAAAAAAAN!!!]]



* AdaptationDyeJob: The comic books' Iceman is brunet, but he was rendered blond for the show because it was believed viewers wouldn't be able to tell Bobby from Peter if both were brunet. They also gave Flash a different shade of blonde, since Bobby resembles Flash.



-->'''Firestar''': He just exudes macho!
-->'''Iceman''': [[CrowningMomentOfFunny That's not all he exudes. He smells like a zoo!]]

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-->'''Firestar''': --->'''Firestar:''' He just exudes macho!
-->'''Iceman''': [[CrowningMomentOfFunny
macho!\\
'''Iceman:''' [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments
That's not all he exudes. He smells like a zoo!]]



* AllLoveIsUnrequited - Bobby and Peter both have romantic interest in Angelica. Whether she returns it for either of them is not really explored.
** Bobby and Peter did discuss this in one episode: Bobby said fire and ice don't mix while Peter was worried that if he made a pass at her and got rebuffed, it would mean the end of the Spider-Friends.
*** Near the end of the series, Peter and Angelica had gone on a few dates. She was also visibly heartbroken in an episode where Peter falls hard for, and elects to go home with, a woman from the future whom he'd basically just met.
* AllOfTheOtherReindeer / KidsAreCruel: Played with in Firestar's backstory episode. At first the friends of the below-mentioned AlphaBitch love to go along with her in making fun of Angelica, but as the flashbacks start skipping ahead a few years, her friends start seeing Angelica in a more positive light, and by the high school part of the flashback, Angelica's become somewhat popular, and Bonnie's friends are all ''really'' tired of Bonnie's childish name-calling and desires to make Angelica's life hell. Bonnie threatens to [[DisproportionateRetribution kick one of her friends from the cheerleading team]] when she brought this up.
* AlphaBitch - Bonnie, the girl who gave Angelica her "Miss Angelica Jinx" nickname in "A Fire-Star is Born".
* AnimationBump - The three-episode second season was animated by Toei, and the animation and character models became more detailed and fuller, with a greater use of {{underlighting}} special effects. Incidentally, all three episodes deal with Iceman's, Firestar's, and Spidey' origins
* ArbitrarySkepticism - The Spider-Friends are okay with believing in mutants. Mind control. Evil potions. Bees from outer space. Shapeshifting. Dracula. But that Thor is actually the Norse god of thunder? No way...
-->'''Spider-Man''': (''to Thor'') You're kidding me, Goldilocks. You don't really believe this Norse God stuff, do you? I mean you're just another superhero like us, right?
* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: In "Spider-Man Unmasked!", Peter has a nightmare over what the fallout of his identity being revealed would be. He sees Sandman gloating, Aunt May crying and finally Jonah.
-->"You're finished, Spider-Man! Finished! And, Parker, you're fired!"

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* AllLoveIsUnrequited - AllLoveIsUnrequited: Bobby and Peter both have romantic interest in Angelica. Whether she returns They discussed it for either of them is not really explored.
** Bobby and Peter did discuss this
in one episode: Bobby said fire and ice don't mix mix, while Peter was worried that if he made a pass at her and got rebuffed, it would mean the end of the Spider-Friends.
*** Near
Spider-Friends. Whether she returns it for either of them isn't really explored until near the end of the series, when Peter and Angelica had gone on a few dates. She was also visibly heartbroken in an episode where Peter falls hard for, and elects to go home with, a woman from the future whom he'd basically just met.
* AllOfTheOtherReindeer / KidsAreCruel: AllOfTheOtherReindeer: Played with in Firestar's backstory episode. At first the friends of the below-mentioned AlphaBitch love to go along with her in making fun of Angelica, but as the flashbacks start skipping ahead a few years, her friends start seeing Angelica in a more positive light, and by the high school part of the flashback, Angelica's become somewhat popular, and Bonnie's friends are all ''really'' tired of Bonnie's childish name-calling and desires to make Angelica's life hell. Bonnie threatens to [[DisproportionateRetribution kick one of her friends from the cheerleading team]] when she brought this up.
* AlphaBitch - AlphaBitch: Bonnie, the girl who gave Angelica her "Miss Angelica Jinx" nickname in "A Fire-Star is Born".
* AnimationBump - AnimationBump: The three-episode second season was animated by Toei, and the animation and character models became more detailed and fuller, with a greater use of {{underlighting}} special effects. Incidentally, all three episodes deal with Iceman's, Firestar's, and Spidey' origins
* ArbitrarySkepticism - ArbitrarySkepticism: The Spider-Friends are okay with believing in mutants. Mind control. Evil potions. Bees from outer space. Shapeshifting. Dracula. But that Thor is actually the Norse god of thunder? No way...
-->'''Spider-Man''': (''to Thor'') -->'''Spider-Man:''' ''[to Thor]'' You're kidding me, Goldilocks. You don't really believe this Norse God stuff, do you? I mean you're just another superhero like us, right?
* ArsonMurderAndJaywalking: In "Spider-Man Unmasked!", Peter has a nightmare over what the fallout of his identity being revealed would be. He sees Sandman gloating, Aunt May crying and finally Jonah.
-->"You're
J. Jonah Jameson.
-->'''J. Jonah Jameson:''' You're
finished, Spider-Man! Finished! And, Parker, you're fired!"fired!



* BackStory - The origin for each member of the PowerTrio got an episode.
** And an episode of how they became a team.

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* BackStory - {{Backstory}}: The origin for each member of the PowerTrio got an episode.
** And
episode, and an episode of how they became a team.



* BeeBeeGun: "Swarm"

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* BeeBeeGun: "Swarm"Swarm from "Swarm" can shoot bees.



** As was Ms. Lion, Aunt May's dog, who became a member of the Comicbook/PetAvengers.
* ClearMyName - The "Arachnoid" episode featured Spidey being framed for crimes.
* CoveredInMud: In the WholeEpisodeFlashback detailing Firestar's origin, Firestar takes the AlphaBitch and drops her in a mud puddle, whereupon she throws a splashy tantrum.
* DistaffCounterpart - The series creators originally wanted to use the [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Human Torch]] (who is, after all, Spidey's main superhero friend in the comics) but rights issues led them to create Firestar as a CaptainErsatz.
** Firestar, especially in her everyday identity, was also a CaptainErsatz, or even CompositeCharacter, of Mary-Jane Watson, Spidey's main love interest from the comics.
* DistractedByTheSexy - When Peter Parker first meets Angelica Jones (whilst walking Ms. Lion).
-->'''Angelica''' (referring to Ms. Lion): Well, somebody's found a friend.
-->'''Peter''': You can say that again!
-->'''Angelica''': Her name is Ms. Lion. I'm Angelica.
-->'''Peter''': You sure are... I'm Peter Piper... Uh, P-Parker... Uh, Parker Peter-
* DramaticUnmask - The episode featuring an explanation of how the Spider-Friends formed has Spidey taking off his mask to reveal his true identity to Angelica and Bobby since Peter figured out they were Firestar and Iceman, respectively.
* EasyAmnesia - In "Video-Man", Flash Thompson figured out Angelica Jones is Firestar. A bump on the head made him forget it.

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** As was Ms. Lion, Aunt May's dog, who was also created for the series and later became a member of the Comicbook/PetAvengers.
* ClearMyName - CaptainErsatz: Firestar's everyday identity, Angelica Jones, bears an uncanny resemblance to Mary-Jane Watson, Spidey's main love interest from the comics. This became more obvious near the end of the series, when Peter and Angelica had gone on a few dates. Ironically, while Angelica was a brunette while Mary-Jane was a redhead, Firestar ''was'' a redhead.
* ClearMyName:
The "Arachnoid" episode featured Spidey being framed for crimes.
* CoveredInMud: In the WholeEpisodeFlashback detailing Firestar's origin, Firestar takes the AlphaBitch and drops her in a mud puddle, whereupon she throws a splashy tantrum.
tantrum. e
* DistaffCounterpart - DistaffCounterpart: The series creators originally wanted to use the [[Comicbook/FantasticFour Human Torch]] (who is, after all, Spidey's main superhero friend in the comics) but rights issues led them to create Firestar as a CaptainErsatz.
** Firestar, especially in her everyday identity, was also a CaptainErsatz, or even CompositeCharacter, of Mary-Jane Watson, Spidey's main love interest from the comics.
* DistractedByTheSexy - DistractedByTheSexy: When Peter Parker first meets Angelica Jones (whilst walking Ms. Lion).
-->'''Angelica''' (referring -->'''Angelica:''' ''[referring to Ms. Lion): Lion]'' Well, somebody's found a friend.
-->'''Peter''': -->'''Peter:''' You can say that again!
-->'''Angelica''': -->'''Angelica:''' Her name is Ms. Lion. I'm Angelica.
-->'''Peter''': -->'''Peter:''' You sure are... I'm Peter Piper... Uh, P-Parker... Uh, Parker Peter-
* DramaticUnmask - DramaticUnmask: The episode featuring an explanation of how the Spider-Friends formed has Spidey taking off his mask to reveal his true identity to Angelica and Bobby since Peter figured out they were Firestar and Iceman, respectively.
* EasyAmnesia - EasyAmnesia: In "Video-Man", Flash Thompson figured out Angelica Jones is Firestar. A bump on the head made him forget it.



* FieryRedhead: Taken almost as literally as one possibly can with Firestar.
** She has brown hair in her human form.

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* FieryRedhead: Taken almost as literally as one possibly can with Firestar.
** She
Firestar, though she has brown hair in her human form.everyday identity.



* GagDub: The original (late 80's) Mexican dub inserted tons of jokes (inside ones such as substituting Stan Lee with his 'granddaddy' when that voice actor was unavailable), hamming villain with silly phrases (Magneto has never been funnier) and tons of adlibbed extra lines.
** Just the translations of the names of some characters could crack you open, you have Dinamyc needle and Draco Dragoon instead of Wolverine and Daredevil... but somehow you still have Juggernaut untranslated.

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* GagDub: GagDub:
**
The original (late 80's) Mexican dub inserted tons of jokes (inside ones such as substituting Stan Lee with his 'granddaddy' when that voice actor was unavailable), hamming villain with silly phrases (Magneto has never been funnier) and tons of adlibbed extra lines.
**
lines. Just the translations of the names of some characters could crack you open, you have Dinamyc needle "Dynamic Needle" and Draco Dragoon "Draco Dragoon" instead of Wolverine and Daredevil... but somehow you still have Juggernaut untranslated.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Bobby calls Peter a "buttface" after Peter, in a rush to get his Spider-Man costume out of the washing machine, wakes Bobby up from dreaming about Angelica.
* GottaGetYourHeadTogether - "The Fantastic Frump" and "The X-Men Adventure"

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: A double whammy, at that -- Bobby calls Peter a "buttface" after Peter, in a rush to get his Spider-Man costume out of the washing machine, wakes Bobby up from dreaming about Angelica.
* GottaGetYourHeadTogether - GottaGetYourHeadTogether: "The Fantastic Frump" and "The X-Men Adventure"



* IdentityImpersonator - Chameleon--for "Seven Little Superheroes," no less.

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* IdentityImpersonator - IdentityImpersonator:
**
Chameleon--for "Seven Little Superheroes," no less.



* IdiosyncraticWipes - scene changes were heralded by multicolored webs traveling across the screen, and the {{Leitmotif}} to accompany them.
* ImplacableMan - The Juggernaut during his appearance in 'A Firestar is Born'.
* JekyllAndHyde - In the comics, the Green Goblin is just a costumed identity that Norman Osborn assumes; in the series opener, Osborn physically transforms into a green-skinned creature. (No, not [[Comicbook/IncredibleHulk that one]].)
* JerkAss: J. Jonah Jameson. No surprise, here.
* JerkJock: Flash Thompson, as usual.
* JumpedAtTheCall
** Angelica
** Bobby
** Francis (aka Video Man, who did ''not'' become a CanonImmigrant, thankfully)

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* IdiosyncraticWipes - scene IdiosyncraticWipes: Scene changes were heralded by multicolored webs traveling across the screen, and the {{Leitmotif}} to accompany them.
* ImplacableMan - ImplacableMan: The Juggernaut during his appearance in 'A "A Firestar is Born'.
Born."
* JekyllAndHyde - JekyllAndHyde: In the comics, the Green Goblin is just a costumed identity that Norman Osborn assumes; in the series opener, Osborn physically transforms into a green-skinned creature. (No, not [[Comicbook/IncredibleHulk that one]].)
* JerkAss: {{Jerkass}}: J. Jonah Jameson.Jameson is completely obnoxious to everyone. No surprise, here.
* JerkJock: Flash Thompson, as usual.
usual, is a popular star athlete and a bully.
* JumpedAtTheCall
** Angelica
** Bobby
**
JumpedAtTheCall: Angelica, Bobby, and Francis (aka Video Man, who did ''not'' Man) all jumped at the opportunity of being heroes.
* KidsAreCruel: Played with in Firestar's backstory episode. At first the friends of the below-mentioned AlphaBitch love to go along with her in making fun of Angelica, but as the flashbacks start skipping ahead a few years, her friends start seeing Angelica in a more positive light, and by the high school part of the flashback, Angelica's
become a CanonImmigrant, thankfully)somewhat popular, and Bonnie's friends are all ''really'' tired of Bonnie's childish name-calling and desires to make Angelica's life hell. Bonnie threatens to [[DisproportionateRetribution kick one of her friends from the cheerleading team]] when she brought this up.



* {{Leitmotif}} - The music for this show was almost entirely thematic based on what was happening.

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* {{Leitmotif}} - {{Leitmotif}}: The music for this show was almost entirely thematic based on what was happening.



* LoveTriangle - Flavored with IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy on Spidey's part.
* MonsterMash: The "Bride of Dracula!" episode has [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Count Dracula]], Frankenstein's Monster, and [[WolfMan "Wolf Thing"]].
* NeverSayDie - Subverted. In TheEighties, it hadn't yet become unfashionable. Not only did the word "kill" get used, but a scene implied onscreen that Spider-Man had been killed in battle before pulling a "gotcha!" on the viewer.
* NoSwastikas - Averted with the episode of "Quest of the ComicBook/RedSkull", in which the heroes team up with Franchise/IndianaJones expy/American Indian shaman "Hiawatha" Smith to stop the Red Skull and a pair of German-accented minions from finding a horde of Nazi plunder and secret superweapons in the South American jungle. A shadow-casting stone swastika is even the key to finding the entrance to the stash. Smith gets pretty {{Anvilicious}} about the evils of the Third Reich. Of course, [[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped it]] ''[[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped is]]'' [[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped the Nazis he's talking about]]. A bone is throw to the pre-Nazi history of the swastika when one of the Skull's minions mistakes a Native American tapestry design for a swastika. He gives it a "Heil Hitler" upon seeing it, though is corrected by the other minion immediately.
* OnTheMoney: The episode "Spidey Goes Hollywood" has Spidey agreeing to act in a movie for the exact amount Aunt May needs to pay the mortgage this month (as opposed to say, enough to pay off the ''[[FridgeLogic whole mortgage]]'').
** Then again, unless Peter is willing to tell Aunt May he's Spidey, he'd probably have to come up with some excuse to justify suddenly having that much money, though of course there's nothing preventing him from holding onto all the money, and taking over the monthly payments for her ("I got a new job, Aunt May!").
** Averted for the character of J. Jonah Jameson as William Woodson voices him in both Spider-Man cartoons.
* OriginalGeneration - Firestar.

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* LoveTriangle - Flavored LoveTriangle: Between the three Super-Friends; both Peter and Bobby admitted to being attracted to Angelica, flavored with IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy on Spidey's part.
part. Whether she returned it for either of them wasn't really explored until near the end of the series, when Peter and Angelica had gone on at least a few dates.
* MonsterMash: The "Bride "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Bride of Dracula!" Dracula!]]" episode has [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Count Dracula]], Frankenstein's Monster, {{Dracula}}, FrankensteinsMonster, and [[WolfMan "Wolf Thing"]].
* NeverSayDie - MsFanservice: Firestar wears a very form-fitting jumpsuit that showcases her entire body shape and physique as being very curvy and voluptuous.
* NeverSayDie:
Subverted. In TheEighties, it hadn't yet become unfashionable. Not only did the word "kill" get used, but a scene implied onscreen that Spider-Man had been killed in battle before pulling a "gotcha!" on the viewer.
* NoSwastikas - NoSwastikas: Averted with the episode of "Quest of the ComicBook/RedSkull", in which the heroes team up with Franchise/IndianaJones expy/American Indian shaman "Hiawatha" Smith to stop the Red Skull and a pair of German-accented minions from finding a horde of Nazi plunder and secret superweapons in the South American jungle. A shadow-casting stone swastika is even the key to finding the entrance to the stash. Smith gets pretty {{Anvilicious}} about the evils of the Third Reich. Of course, [[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped it]] ''[[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped is]]'' [[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped the Nazis he's talking about]]. A bone is throw to the pre-Nazi history of the swastika when one of the Skull's minions mistakes a Native American tapestry design for a swastika. He gives it a "Heil Hitler" upon seeing it, though is corrected by the other minion immediately.
* OnTheMoney: The episode "Spidey Goes Hollywood" has Spidey agreeing to act in a movie for the exact amount Aunt May needs to pay the mortgage this month (as month, as opposed to say, enough to pay off the ''[[FridgeLogic whole mortgage]]'').
** Then
''whole mortgage''; then again, unless Peter is willing to tell Aunt May he's Spidey, he'd probably have to come up with some excuse to justify suddenly having that much money, though of course there's nothing preventing him from holding onto all the money, and taking over the monthly payments for her ("I got a new job, Aunt May!").
** Averted for the character of J. Jonah Jameson as William Woodson voices him in both * OriginalGeneration: Firestar, an original character, was created to team up with Spider-Man cartoons.
* OriginalGeneration - Firestar.
and Iceman.



* PaperThinDisguise: Magneto as "Proton The Great". ''He's still wearing his signature helmet underneath his cloak, clearly visible!''
* PokemonSpeak: "Swarm!"
* PowerGlows - Firestar
* PowerTrio (Spider-Man, Iceman, Firestar)

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* PaperThinDisguise: Magneto as "Proton The the Great". ''He's still wearing his signature helmet underneath his cloak, clearly visible!''
* PokemonSpeak: The namesake villain from "Swarm" can only bellow "Swarm!"
* PowerGlows - Firestar
PowerGlows: Having heat-based powers, Firestar is able to glow very brightly.
* PowerTrio (Spider-Man, PowerTrio: Spider-Man, Iceman, Firestar)Firestar



* RedeemingReplacement: Francis Byte is the first Videoman to be a hero instead of a villain.

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* RedeemingReplacement: Francis Byte is the first Videoman Video Man to be a hero instead of a villain.



* SecretIdentityIdentity - All three of the PowerTrio.
* SecretKeeper: In "The X-Men Adventure", Professor X learns of Spider-Man's identity, but swears he won't reveal it. To Spider-Man's relief.

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* SecretIdentityIdentity - SecretIdentityIdentity: All three of the PowerTrio.
PowerTrio often express being confused which is their true identity.
* SecretKeeper: In "The X-Men Adventure", Professor X learns of Spider-Man's identity, but swears he won't reveal it. To it, to Spider-Man's relief.



* [[SirNotAppearingInThisTrailer Sir Not-Appearing-on-This-Cover]]: The thumbnail on Netflix has a full-body shot of Spidey, but Firestar and Iceman got cropped out except for a few of their limbs.
* SnowMeansCold - Spidey and Iceman first met during a LetsYouAndHimFight situation. Iceman got Spider-Man's attention by causing a freak blizzard during the summer. Iceman wasn't seen actually throwing snow around to do it, but appeared to be just willing it to happen.

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* [[SirNotAppearingInThisTrailer Sir Not-Appearing-on-This-Cover]]: SirNotAppearingInThisTrailer: The thumbnail on Netflix has a full-body shot of Spidey, but Firestar and Iceman got cropped out except for a few of their limbs.
* SnowMeansCold - SnowMeansCold: Spidey and Iceman first met during a LetsYouAndHimFight situation. Iceman got Spider-Man's attention by causing a freak blizzard during the summer. Iceman wasn't seen actually throwing snow around to do it, but appeared to be just willing it to happen.



* ThereWasADoor ("Swarm")
* ThreeAmigos
* TransformationSequence - almost always involving StockFootage.

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* ThereWasADoor ThereWasADoor: ("Swarm")
* ThreeAmigos
ThreeAmigos: The PowerTrio consists of TheHero (Spider-Man), [[TheLancer a best friend of the same gender]] (Iceman), and a best friend of the opposite gender and potential LoveInterest (Firestar).
* TransformationSequence - almost TransformationSequence: Almost always involving StockFootage.



* TrueCompanions
* TwoGuysAndAGirl

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* TrueCompanions
TrueCompanions: TheSuper-Friends are as close as family, and just as protective.
* TwoGuysAndAGirlTwoGuysAndAGirl: The ensemble consists of two males (Spider-Man and Iceman) and a female (Firestar).



* VillainOfTheWeek - A different supervillain every week.
* WaterSourceTampering - The Green Goblin has a plot to put goblin formula in New York City's water supply, goblinizing the whole population.

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* VillainOfTheWeek - VillainOfTheWeek: A different supervillain every week.
* WaterSourceTampering - WaterSourceTampering: The Green Goblin has a plot to put goblin formula in New York City's water supply, goblinizing the whole population.
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It aired originally on Creator/{{NBC}} (and for a while, paired up with a cartoon based off ''ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk''), and now shows occasionally on Creator/DisneyXD. (It has also turned up on the Netflix Instant service, despite the lack of a region 1 DVD release.)

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It aired originally on Creator/{{NBC}} (and for a while, paired up with a cartoon based off ''ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk''), the ''ComicBook/IncredibleHulk''), and now shows occasionally on Creator/DisneyXD. (It has also turned up on the Netflix Instant service, despite the lack of a region 1 DVD release.)
4th Jan '17 10:01:24 PM themisterfree
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It aired originally on NBC, and now shows occasionally on Creator/DisneyXD. (It has also turned up on the Netflix Instant service, despite the lack of a region 1 DVD release.)

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It aired originally on NBC, Creator/{{NBC}} (and for a while, paired up with a cartoon based off ''ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk''), and now shows occasionally on Creator/DisneyXD. (It has also turned up on the Netflix Instant service, despite the lack of a region 1 DVD release.)
24th Nov '16 12:57:58 AM HelloLamppost
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* BlameGame: In "A Firestar is Born", when Firestar brought forth Bonnie and his boyfriend Jay for stealing the trophy and framing Angelica for it, Jay tries to pin it all on Bonnie.

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* BlameGame: In "A Firestar is Born", when Firestar brought forth Bonnie and his her boyfriend Jay for stealing the trophy and framing Angelica for it, Jay tries to pin it all on Bonnie.
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