History WesternAnimation / SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries

15th Jul '17 7:52:24 PM Manny20444
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* MsFanservice: Felicia Hardy/Black Cat and Mary Jane Watson are very attractive women, just like they are in the comics.

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* MsFanservice: Felicia Hardy/Black Cat and Mary Jane Watson are very attractive women, just like how they are in the comics.
15th Jul '17 7:52:06 PM Manny20444
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* MsFanservice: Black Cat/Felicia Hardy and Mary Jane Watson are both portrayed as being very attractive women(just like they are in the comics).

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* MsFanservice: Black Cat/Felicia Hardy Felicia Hardy/Black Cat and Mary Jane Watson are both portrayed as being very attractive women(just women, just like they are in the comics).comics.
12th Jul '17 7:58:27 PM IdumeanPatriot
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* DramaticIrony: Several interactions between Dr. Landon and his assistant Genevieve in "The Mutant Agenda" become a sad version of this after TheReveal. Landon's chief ambition is to [[FantasticRacism destroy]] the [[PsychicPowers Marvel mutants]], something the seeming KnightTemplar Genevieve does not oppose. It is then shown that ''[[YouAreWhatYouHate she]]'' is secretly a mutant herself--but troubled and [[InternalizedCategorism filled with self-loathing]] because of it. In one of their final dialogues, when he is about to launch his purge, she works up her courage and ''almost'' asks him not to do it... Only to withdraw when he responds with hostility.
-->'''Genevieve:''' ''(Hesitantly)'' Are you ''sure'' we are doing the right thing--?\\
'''Landon:''' ''(Hatefully)'' This is no time for second thoughts! Mutants are a curse on the human race!\\
'''Genevieve:''' ''(Quietly, looking down)'' To be a mutant... Is to be ''cursed''...
9th Jul '17 7:58:35 AM nighttrainfm
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* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor: Silvermane's attempt to restore his youth ends up de-aging him into a baby.
-->'''Spider-Man:''' Incredible! He wanted his youth back; he ''got'' it...
6th Jul '17 3:50:25 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* ButHeSoundsHandsome: Spider-man inverts this when someone compares him to Peter Parker; instead of trying to defend or play up Peter, which might sound suspicious, [[GenreSavvy Spidey acts insulted]].

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* ButHeSoundsHandsome: Spider-man inverts this when someone compares him to Peter Parker; instead of trying to defend or play up Peter, which might sound suspicious, [[GenreSavvy Spidey acts insulted]].insulted.
4th Jul '17 10:24:06 AM MisterCPC
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* DecompositeCharacter: The show didn't use Gwen as a regular character because all roads with lead to death so instead they gave her Ditko-era characterization as LovableAlphaBitch of Peter's college and character design to pre-Black Cat Felicia and her sweet wholesome girl next door characterization to Mary Jane.

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The show didn't use Gwen as a regular character because all roads with lead to death so instead they gave her Ditko-era characterization as LovableAlphaBitch of Peter's college and character design to pre-Black Cat Felicia and her sweet wholesome girl next door characterization to Mary Jane. Jane.
** The Golden Age super hero Black Marvel [[spoiler:is split into two different people. Dan Lyons, the hero's identity from the comics, is made into a separate character only posing as the real Black Marvel, while his true identity in the cartoon is Omar Mosely, a friend of Lyons.]]
1st Jul '17 10:15:51 PM MisterCPC
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** The Prowler in the comics is a BadassNormal GadgeteerGenius. Prowler in the cartoon was granted all sorts of super abilities from his costume, including SuperStrength, flight, and power blasts, and easily handed Spidey his rear the first time they fought.
12th Jun '17 11:41:36 PM drac0blade
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* BigBad: Many of the more noteworthy members of Spider-Man's RoguesGallery make appearances, but the most frequently appearing was "the Kingpin" Wilson Fisk (whereas the other villains dropped by once or twice a season). He even plays sizable role in several of the series' most notable story arcs. After Peter himself, he was actually the most frequently appearing character.

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* BigBad: Many of the more noteworthy members of Spider-Man's RoguesGallery make appearances, but the most frequently appearing was "the Kingpin" Wilson Fisk (whereas the other villains dropped by once or twice a season). He even plays a sizable role in several of the series' most notable story arcs. After Peter himself, he was actually the most frequently appearing character.
12th Jun '17 11:36:12 PM drac0blade
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** In particular, this is possibly the most sympathetic version Norman Osborn, especially as the series goes on to establish the dichotomy between [[JekyllAndHyde himself and his Green Goblin alter-ego]].

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** In particular, this is possibly the most sympathetic version of Norman Osborn, especially as the series goes on to establish the dichotomy between [[JekyllAndHyde himself and his Green Goblin alter-ego]].
7th Jun '17 7:56:04 AM Manny20444
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